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Happy New Year from all of us at Saddlebrook Farms! As we move into 2019, many of us reflect on the past year and make resolutions to improve the upcoming year. Read on for the staff’s New Years resolution.
The community office will be closed the following days in observance of the holidays.
We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but do you know why? A balanced meal in the morning jumpstarts your metabolism and helps improve your energy and concentration throughout the day. Plus, it prevents overeating later in the day. Check out these 31 breakfast recipes to inspire your next morning masterpiece.
With 2018 behind us, we’re looking forward to everything 2019 has in store. We completed many Capital Improvements projects last year. Read more to see the full list.
The Saddlebrook Farms staff would like to thank all the residents who sent cards and goodies to the offices for the holidays. We truly appreciated the well wishes. We are also grateful for the generous residents who donated to Toys for Tots and P.A.D.S. of Lake County. We wish you all the best in 2019!
2018 was a fantastic year and we can’t wait to see what the new year has in store for us. Read on to learn how you can tour the Model Center and about our referral bonus.
If you’re looking for a gentle form of exercise with powerful physical and mental benefits, Tai Chi may be the best option. Comprised of a series of choreographed, low-impact movements, Tai Chi is meant to help improve your strength, posture, and stress. The best part is this increasingly popular workout doesn’t leave you feeling sweaty or sore! Try out some basic moves to see if Tai Chi is right for you.
After a spectacular fall season, it’s difficult to start thinking about winter and the snow season. Whether you are a Saddlebrook pioneer or a recent move-in, read more to learn about our snow removal process and what to expect this winter.
The Grayslake Fire District would like to remind residents to change the batteries in their smoke and CO detectors once a year. Remember, detectors have expiration dates so please check the date on the bottom of the device and replace it if it has expired.
Yoga is known for helping its practitioners with mind and body balance but did you know there are different kinds of yoga for those of all ages? Read on to learn the difference between chair and hatha yoga and which one is right for you.
Ready for a getaway but worried about the funds? There are plenty of tips and tricks for vacationing on a budget so you can enjoy your trip without breaking the bank. However, the destination is often the most expensive part of a vacation. This list features 18 of the best affordable destinations to make your holiday one for the books. With these travel hacks, there’s no need to keep putting off your next trip!
On October 19, several of our residents volunteered with Feed My Starving Children, packing meals for children in need. Read on for a thank you to our volunteers.
Are you looking for a way to meet new friends and love playing bridge? Consider joining the newly minted Saddlebrook Farms Bridge Club! The club is hoping to start meeting on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. at the Lake Lodge. If you’d like to join, please reach out to the Community Office.
We hope everyone who celebrated had a wonderful Christmas holiday. Now that all the fun is over, we’d like to help make clean-up easier. PrairieLand will be picking up trees on Wednesday January 2 and 9. Please have your tree on the curb no later than 7 a.m. with no trimmings and not in a bag, thank you!
As technology continues to advance, more people are “cutting the cord” by getting rid of cable. Streaming services provide a wider variety of ways to watch your favorite programs, whether you’re on-the-go or snuggled on the couch. They only cost a fraction of a normal cable bill and most services offer a free period, so you can try before you buy. This is a great way to see if cutting the cord works for your lifestyle.
While the weather was quite chilly, the grandchildren of our residents still had a blast stocking up on delicious treats. Read more to check out some of our fabulous trick or treaters.
We all remember watching Sam Malone turn out the lights on our favorite local bar, but Ted Danson’s real life was at a crossroads. Since ending Cheers, he’s managed to grow his career and his life. Want to know how he did it? Keep reading to see Ted’s tips for a balanced life.
Our food is evolving as fast as our technology and it can be challenging to keep up with all the newest fads. Kroger predicted the biggest food trends of 2019 to help you stay up to date. Keep reading to learn what everyone will be putting on their plates this year.
Overspending is an easy habit to form and sticking to a budget is difficult. Thankfully, there are strategies specifically for retirees that will have you budgeting like a professional in no time. Read more to learn how to stick to your plan and stop wasting time on unnecessary financial worries.
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Looking for a kickstart to your holiday shopping? How about a $50 gift card to Target? Sign up with EZ Pay now for a chance to win! Already signed up? Don’t worry, there’s a separate drawing to say thank you. Read on for details.