What a great welcome to the neighborhood! Thank you to the Longfellow Nokomis Messenger and reporter Margie O’Loughlin for this full-page feature article on Vibrante. As I told O’Loughlin, “Vibrante is much bigger than me; it’s about changing the narrative of how we age.” It’s nice to have the local media embrace our unique senior living concept. I hope to show you what we’re all about during our upcoming open house.
Boomers do it our own way
Vibrante is about staying engaged with life as we age. Baby boomers have always changed the world around us, and there’s no reason to stop trailblazing now! I told O’Loughlin, “Since the 1960s, we’ve changed the way everything works in our country. We’re not going to go out quietly.”
More than just a place to live
The article does an excellent job of describing both the newly renovated home and the unique services Vibrante provides. As I said in the article, “My vision is simply to create a space that can hold four spicy, older, independent women—one that offers them the right balance of shared space and privacy so that they can continue to live happy, full, and satisfying lives.”
In the sidebar, I describe the six things that women should consider to bring them happiness and fulfillment as they age.
Join us during our open house
If the idea of Vibrante intrigues you, stop by our open house on Thursday, December 7 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. The house is located at 5455 Woodlawn Boulevard in Minneapolis. Light appetizers will be served. Those who bring a nonperishable food item, benefitting those in need during the holidays, will be entered into a drawing for a $50 Target gift card. I would be more than happy to show you around.