Many people assume physical decline that comes with aging will prevent them from exercising. In reality, physical decline is a byproduct of not exercising regularly. It’s never too late to start!
Making small changes to your personal habits can have a positive impact on your community’s overall environmental footprint—not to mention your personal wellbeing!
One of the most common post-retirement resolutions is to travel more. After all, retirement is the perfect time for traveling. The kids are grown up and out of the house, you don’t have work or other responsibilities tying you down, and after a lifetime of working and raising a family, you’ve earned a vacation or two! Your only real question is: Where to go?
One of the most fun ways to embrace the theme of a holiday is through food. We’ve compiled a list of a few fun and easy recipe ideas that you can make to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with friends or grandkids.
When cold weather and short days keep you indoors for most of the day, it can be easy to feel cooped up and succumb to the “winter blahs.” The best way to combat cabin fever during the winter months is to keep busy with stimulating activities and social interactions. Here are some ideas for fighting boredom and keeping the gray skies at bay.
Whether you’re celebrating a love that’s lasted for decades, the beginning of a new romantic relationship, or the love shared between family and friends, Valentine’s Day should be a day of warm feelings and expressions of sentiment. However, for seniors who have lost spouses or loved ones over the years, the day can be filled with more sorrow than celebration. In today’s post, we offer some ideas for how you can help spread the love in your community this Valentine’s Day.