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Greetings! We had an awesome 2017. Let’s head into 2018 with a positive spirit and the mission to spread kindness in our everyday activities. A new year brings new things, and at Laguna Terrace that means added parking spaces, new home construction, and much more.
Happy New Year! After more than two years of ongoing construction to fill our empty homesites, we are completing our final three homes. Once finished, the new home construction phase will be over. Click below to learn about the latest property additions.
With an active social life and resident events year-round, you may have already cooked all of your signature dishes. Go ahead and try something new at the next community potluck using one of these easy recipe ideas from Martha Stewart Living. They have recipes of plenty- from slow cooker jams, and unique salads to quick desserts and savory pies. Maybe you’ll find a new fan favorite to add to your repertoire.
You’re invited to preview our new homes every Saturday from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Guests are always welcome! If you bring an interested buyer or send a referral to the sales office, you’ll receive a ‘thank you’ referral reward when they buy a home. See more details below.
Everyone loves a spotless home, but not everyone loves the process it requires. After all, the difference between an adequately clean house and a spotless one is hours of elbow grease and attention to detail. Click to see some great cleaning tips from Boredom Therapy.
Practicing gratitude has been taught as the key to a successful and happy life. Click below to read an excerpt of a few tips on practicing gratitude from Kumari Mullin at SelfGrowth.com.
Which of these are unhealthy: wine, chocolate, coffee, or eggs? With so many health myths circling each one, it’s hard to tell. This article on SeniorPlanet.org aims to debunk common health misconceptions like if wine is good for your heart or if chocolate is actually bad for you. It’s worth the read if you want to enjoy your glass of wine or box of chocolates guilt-free!
Let a neighbor know how much you care this Valentine’s Day. Our Valentine Grams were such a hit in 2017 that we are doing it again this year. Call the office at (949) 558-2768 and let us know by Friday, February 9 to whom you would like to send this special greeting. We will deliver a sweet treat and lovely message for you.
Invite your friends to join the community! If they purchase a new home, you’ll receive up to $1,000 for the sales referral! Please contact Kristin Espinosa directly for questions at (949) 397-6287.
Upgrades for 2018 will focus on landscaping. Our irrigation will continue to improve so that we stay within the water restriction compliance while keeping our community beautifully lush. We will also be adding new, resort-style, outdoor furniture that will look fantastic next to our sparkling pool. Stay tuned for updates on when to expect these great additions.
Bring some of that outdoor greenery into your living space and breathe a little deeper when you’re indoors this winter. Plus, they are good for your health and brighten your day when you can’t work in your garden outside. This article gives you some recommendations to keep them alive and well, while this article warns how you might kill them with kindness. Good luck!
Volunteering your time to a good cause provides countless rewards. It’s your chance to make the world a better place, even if only a little bit. So, what’s your hidden talent? How can you help others this month? Click below to get ideas of volunteer opportunities you can partake in.
The Broadway version of the Oscar-winning film, The Graduate, is at Laguna Playhouse from Wednesday, February 21 to Sunday, March 11. The coming-of-age classic boldly celebrates a May-December romance in 1960’s California, now starring Melanie Griffith.
There’s something special about curling up on the couch with a cup of coffee and a great read. If you’re tired of reading the same thing, then rediscover the appeal of magazines. Whether in-hand or on your tablet, these periodicals expose you to a wide range of topics, authors, and writing styles. Here’s a list of the top nine magazines for seniors catering to a broad range of interests.
Hometown America is proud to promote SafeHaven National Insurance Agency, specializing in coverage for manufactured homeowners and renters. Many companies are difficult to work with or do not write policies that provide adequate protection for prefabricated homes. Make sure you are dealing with an insurance company that offers competitively priced policies and the protections important to you. Visit SaveHaven online or call 1-800-536-8999 for a quote.
Take the hassle out of making rent payments with Hometown America’s E-Z Pay. With E-Z Pay, your lot rent will be automatically deducted from your bank account on the third of each month. New sign-ups earn a $10 credit.
Ahoy! Cruising season is upon us, so there’s no better time to plan your experience than now. (And we’re not talking about your buffet line technique.) Travel channel lists seven ways you can improve your cruise, from trying new amenities on-board to extending your fun off-shore. Based on your port calls, these tips can set you sailing toward a fabulous vacation!