Baring All the Facts About Retiring to a Nudist Community
"Want to try something new for retirement?
Have you thought about retirement nudist communities?
When moving someplace new, retirees often seek areas known for
fostering a strong sense of community, which aids in preventing
isolation loneliness in the golden years and promotes emotional well-being.
In nudist communities being neighborly is the norm. "
"You've heard of forsaking plastic straws and
taking shorter showers to save the environment,
but have you ever thought about ditching your clothes?
Nudists, particularly, are extremely conscious of serving
Mother Earth as thoughtful, proactive environmental stewards.
... you will find an overwhelming number of environmentally
savvy active participants in ecologically-minded undertakings
within their nudist communities, participating in beach and
roadside cleanups, conservation programs, butterfly releases,
community gardening, hiking trail maintenance, blood drives,
charitable fun runs, and more.
In their daily lives, nudists offers lifestyle changes you too can
adopt to have a more carbon-friendly impact in the comfort of your own home: "
such as ....
We're retired now. We live in a large tract home that's too big for us. We talk about buying a place at our club all the time. It's still a serious possibility, after we sell this house. We plan to move to a condo/townhome near the ocean. Di says we'll probably have trouble adapting to the confined naked space of inside and a balcony. Our thought is to buy a single wide place at our club. We will use our condo/TH as a base but spend lots of time at the club residence. While entertaining non nudist friends and family, we'll invite them to the condo unless they are willing and mature enough to visit us at our nudist community residence.
I can't imagine retiring to someplace where friends and family would not all feel comfortable visiting.
Agree - Much as living in a nudist community sounds great, I still have textile friends who I'd like to have visit and they might find this a little challenging.