A couple of clicks reveals that this is a professionally produced advertisement for a "retirement community" business in the States.
Not disrespecting the woman (personally I think people should do whatever they like, as long as it doesn't impede others ability to do as they like), but "her beautifully inspiring story" seems a little more contrived now. I actually looked it up on YouTube to find out who made the film (since it's really nicely done), in order to offer simple kudos, but they got paid already.
I feel as if I'm being a bit snide, but I just feel like the pretty acoustic guitar music, and the seamless editing makes the whole thing a little more rosy than reality really is.
Still: Good on her. If she's happy; cool. As she says (paraphrased) "I'm just one of a whole bunch of people doing similar things".
If there's one thing we can all learn from this, it's that a good production team can do wonders for your online visibility.