Becoming an empty nester
is certainly exciting; however for some, it may be overwhelming.
We now have "helicopter parents" who hover over every move their child makes, "boomerang babies" for children who treat their parents' homes less like an empty nest and more like a revolving door, and "half-full nests," which are empty nesters
whose time is filled by parents who need care.
As a whole, nine out of ten empty nesters
, defined as those whose children have permanently moved out of the home, indicate they are happy and look forward to more social and personal time now that the kids are gone.
With the focus back on their needs, empty nesters
whose children are leaving home for college, jobs or marriage, can once again dictate what goes in the garage.
When children leave home, empty nesters
often find their nests are far from empty.
Try joining a group online for empty nesters
-- you'll be able to share and learn from your peers.
Quoting from Pillsbury's Empty Nester
Survey, Toth outlined the survey highlights:
designs, builds and arranges financing for luxury single-family homes for both move-up and empty nester
buyers in 116 communities throughout the United States.
Rhoades advises empty nesters
not to rush into any move, especially one that puts them in a very different type of living situation.
Chicklit The Empty Nesters
, Nina Bell, Sphere, pounds 7.
I've been surprised by the number of people who are empty nesters
and still wanting that bigger house or new house with everything they want.
It may seem like a lot of detail work, but Honda is hoping the reach of the new CR-V extends beyond the young families and empty nesters
that buy the current model to include young professionals in need of a comfortable, stylish small SUV.