A Day in the Life of a Holiday Retirement Resident
One of the great joys of retirement is that each day can be wildly different from the last. And, conversely, if you find a routine full of happiness and your favorite things, you can repeat it as often as you like! There’s no single perfect day for everyone, but if you find yourself at a Holiday Retirement community, you could have a great day that goes something like this:
Take a Sip
Whether you prefer coffee or tea, enjoying a beverage to start the day is a timeless tradition. So, brew up your favorite and sip away, perhaps outside on a nice day, or nestled in your favorite living-room chair when the weather is less than ideal.
Enjoy a Tasty Breakfast
Next, head to the dining hall to get a good meal. Join friends for a fresh, delicious breakfast that will fuel you up for the day ahead.
Take in an Activity
Cap off your morning with an art class or exercise session to stay mentally and physically fit! Options vary by community, but you’ll find the calendar is always full of opportunities.
Let the Good Times Roll
Grab a bite out and about with a community group such as the “Out to Lunch Bunch,” or visit friend or relative.
Get Some Quality ‘Me Time’
There’s something to be said about the joys of a busy day, but there might be even more bliss in kicking back with a little "me time” to relax and unwind. Treat yourself to a nap, a good book or a favorite show.
Our unique menu planning process means you can always look forward to seasonal specialties and local favorites packed with flavor and nutrition. Sit and enjoy good food with good company.
Make a Night of It
If you’re not quite ready to call it a day, check the calendar for fun events going on in the community. Movie nights, game nights, book clubs and discussion groups often take place in the evening and offer great ways to cap off a fun day.
Whether you prefer a calendar full of events or a few weekly highlights, Holiday Retirement has options to fit your style and taste. From classes to clubs, we’ll help you spend your retirement years doing the things you love most.