I was happy to contribute to this new article about the current state of LGBT senior housing by Dave Singleton on Caring.Com. It's a worthwhile read about an issue few people are attuned to.
"There is a great need for LGBT senior services and housing options, which have gained steam in the last decade, led by the rise of older LGBT baby boomers. But there’s still work to do. Is it getting better for LGBT seniors who need help and a place to live? How can we make sure none of them takes a backward step into a senior living closet?"
Many people move to a smaller house at some point after they retire. Downsizing might make sense for both financial and logistical reasons, but it might not be an advantageous choice in every situation. There are many factors you should consider in order to decide whether downsizing is right for you. Here are some of the pros and cons of moving to a smaller home.
We talk about why I started Retire Fabulously!, my philosophy of approaching retirement as your own personal renaissance, a few of the special concerns that LGBT baby boomers face regarding retirement, and much more.