7 Reasons Why Seniors Prefer Living in Boston
There’s a lot to love about Boston. Cuisines from around the globe, amazing cultural events and destinations, educational opportunities at renowned universities, Fenway Park – the list goes on and on. Not only has Boston been the location of some of the most seminal moments in US history, but it’s also on the forefront of modern life with its cutting-edge technology sector and world-class healthcare services. Small wonder, then, that this City on the Hill is quickly becoming a hotspot for
7 Adventures for Retirees in Boston This Fall
With its crisp air and beautiful colors, there’s no place like Boston to experience the fall season. The area comes alive in autumn with fun outdoor activities and festive events to celebrate harvest time and New England history. Whether you’re a Boston native or new to town, retirees are never short on adventures to take throughout the fall. “Fall is a wonderful time to get out and experience Boston at its finest,” says Jake Quigley, Executive Director of Waterstone at the Circle, a luxury
Six Ways Waterstone at the Circle Promotes Aging W...
As seniors are living longer and longer lives, the focus on health and wellness has increased in importance. Today’s seniors aren’t content just to sit on the porch and let their retirement years pass them by – they’re actively seeking out adventures and demanding more of this new phase of their lives. Which means they don’t want to just age – they want to age well. “Aging well means more than just staying physically healthy,” says Jake Quigley, Executive Director of Waterstone at the Circle,
Ease Into Your Move: Downsizing Has An Upside at T...
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: downsizing can be an emotionally overwhelming experience, especially for older adults who are leaving their home of many years. However, Waterstone at the Circle’s staff are passionate about helping you create not a new home, but an extension of your previous home. A common fear when thinking about a move into a new space is that one might feel restricted, especially if you have prized furniture, artwork, books or memorabilia you could not fathom
Bridging friendships and social connections at The...
In her TED Talk, developmental psychologist Susan Pinker discusses longevity and what it takes to live to 100 years and beyond. Pinker uses the Italian island of Sardinia, which has more than six times as many centenarians as the mainland and ten times as many as North America, as her prime example. According to Pinker, it’s not the Sardinians’ Mediterranean diet, often touted as a way to delay aging, that keeps them healthy and active for so long, but rather their culture’s emphasis on close
Resident-Centric: For the Love of Food
Our executive chef, Jason King, joined our culinary team because he hoped to share his love of food with those who enjoy it as much as he does. He also wanted to cook for people who would challenge him to prepare foods not already in his repertoire — and he hasn’t been disappointed. Formally trained under several James Beard award winners at two renowned Boston restaurants, Abe & Louie’s and The Tuscan Grill, Jason says his love of food developed while cooking with his family, which he