Maine is one of the best places to retire. Here are some tips on staying fit once you get here. hile researching the topic of fitness and exercise for the person age 50 plus, we stumbled upon a Maine legend, Skip Robinson. Skip was named Mr. Maine in 1971 and […]
The signs of Lyme disease, treatment and prevention, and how to protect your pets from ticks yme disease is a serious disease that is affecting more and more people in Maine and New England. The disease spread by ticks causes a variety of symptoms including fatigue, fever, headache and joint […]
By Sandra Harris Retirement Travel “We can all agree that Maine is a truly beautiful place to live. But we all need a change of scenery or an escape from the snow in winter. The retirement years can be a period of life when you have the time to get […]
By Sandra Harris Retire to Maine Podcast — Being a Family Caregiver eing a family caregiver can be one of the most challenging experiences of our lives. The responsibilities can come on gradually or swiftly with a life altering event. You don’t have to face care giving alone. There is […]
For some retirees, the best work begins when work is done.
Healthcare in Maine — Your Questions Answered By Sandra Harris any members of the Retire to Maine Facebook group have discussed an interest in health care in Maine. Members have submitted specific questions and we have reached out to community leaders to answer those questions and point out resources. “Is there a […]
By Sandra Harris Retire to Maine Podcast — Organizing Your Home for Retirement s you consider your move to retire to Maine, experts suggest you organize your current home to help make that move easier and more efficient. Today we talk with Dawna Hall, owner of Organize ME in Portland, […]