More than one-third of baby boomers are unmarried and most of those single folks are female. Make all the “Golden Girls” jokes you want, but the fact is that having your own place can be expensive, hard to keep up and, well, lonely.
Barb, who blogs at Living Richly in Retirement, recently moved from Texas to Colorado. She’d planned to buy a condo but her sister suggested they split the purchase of a larger place. The decision, Barb says, “increases my quality of life on various levels.”