Reaching Retirement Goals At Glenmoor
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In 2008, US News & World Report did a study to find out what people look for most in retirement. At the height of the recession, the primary goals that people had in mind where financial ones: I want enough money to live easily, I want health insurance, and I want enough money in the bank to support my family when I am gone. But once those were checked off the list, the survey found that many of us share similar dreams in retirement: a comfortable home, the option to travel, means to stay active and ultimately, good friends to share the time with.

Everyone looks towards retirement with different hopes and dreams. For some, retirement means the opportunity to travel, for others it is a second chance at fulfilling a life-long dream. Yet most who retire will find at least one desire in common: the need to relax more. Retirement marks a moment in your life where you recognize the work that you've done for others and you finally take a step back and begin living for your own hopes and dreams. You've paid your due to society—now it is your turn to truly enjoy yourself, to relax, and to define the experiences you want out of life. Glenmoor retirement community is designed with luxury relaxation in mind so that you can get the absolute most out of the years you've looked forward to your entire life.

Goals of Retirement

Retirement means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Yet, the longing for a simpler way of life, the pleasures of friendship and the desire to stay strong and healthy while getting the chance to relax are things that will come to mind for just about anyone. To reach retirement you have to work a lot, and hard. Retirement means that you sacrificed along the way—that you put money aside when you wanted to spend it and that you went to work even when that meant headaches and long hours. When you reach retirement, you should feel ready to celebrate in whatever way you see fit. Glenmoor is a state of the art independent living community that was built with all the frills, from community dining and exercise classes to state of the art golfing.

Glenmoor is located at World Golf Village, one of the premier golfing destinations in Florida and the Southeastern United States. North Florida is home to the annual Players Championship, where world-class golfers come to the First Coast for the extravagant golfing grounds. Glenmoor provides the opportunity for you to live where they play, and to get to know the area's courses well on your own.

Whatever your goals are in retirement, Glenmoor can help you reach them.

World Golf Village is location between the vibrant city of Jacksonville and charming St. Augustine, Glenmoor Retirement Community has provided elegant, worry-free living to seniors from across the nation.


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