“It’s never too late to live.” For many retired baby boomers, this simple phrase seems to be a mantra of sorts. In a recent survey conducted by Trilogy by Shea Homes, a leading developer of high-end resort communities for active adults, boomers love all aspects of life. From connecting with others to making the world a better place, these people are proving that it’s not how old you are, but how old you feel that matters.
Over 2,000 boomers have taken Trilogy’s interactive retirement survey at http://www.trilogylifescape.com and the results are quite interesting. When asked what they collect, more boomers collect Facebook friends (37.28 percent) than pictures of grandchildren (33.73 percent). These active adults are proving that social media isn’t just a young person’s game. In fact, 85 percent of the survey participants found the survey through Trilogy’s Facebook and Twitter feeds.
A majority of boomers (51.37 percent) view retirement as a time of re-invention and self-discovery. For some, this means getting involved in the community. For others, it is about seeing more of the world, being more active, finding new interests and hobbies and having more “me” time.
No matter what the motivation, it is clear that boomers are leading active lifestyles. And Trilogy is just the community to meet the needs of those active adults. With locations in Arizona, California, Florida, Nevada and Washington, Trilogy offers quality homes in forward-thinking, master-planned communities that help boomers experience the best that live has to offer. The builder offers several amenities including world-class resort clubs, pools, athletic clubs, day spas, business centers, championship golf courses, tennis courts and more.
Anyone interested in experiencing this new retirement lifestyle can take a test drive with up to four days and three nights’ accommodations. Potential residents will be able to experience all the amenities available to them and see what retirement should be.
For more information on Shea Homes’ active lifestyle communities, visit http://www.trilogylife.com or call 800-685-6494.