2020 hasn’t been the start to the new decade we would have liked. Yet, as the year begins to wind down and we head into the holiday season, there is still much for which to be thankful = despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Given that most of the year has been filled with uncertainty, worry and frustration, we may be inclined to rush headlong toward a happier season and a new year glittered with the hope that in 2021 we can get back to normal.
Autumn is one of the most beautiful seasons. Green leaves turn into beautiful hues of red and gold. The season of change also welcomes some delicious desserts.
Family members often become primary caregivers for their aging loved ones. Sometimes a spouse is taking care of their partner, or an adult is taking care of their aging parent. It’s important to be aware of signs of burnout and how to get help.
Meditation is one of the most popular activities that we can incorporate into our lifestyle that has minimal impact on the physical body and can offer great benefits for overall wellbeing.
Summer is here! Protecting your skin from harmful UV rays is important at any age, but the risk of skin cancer increases for seniors, as they have experienced more sun exposure over time.
As summer approaches, most of us prefer to spend more time outside and less time in the kitchen! The best
As distancing restrictions continue, we’ve become more aware and appreciative of our social connections to family and friends. This may be the perfect time to write your family history.
An active lifestyle is important for our physical and mental well-being as we age. It can be difficult to be active with the balance of life, especially during a pandemic. Even under the current situation, there are ways to succeed with your fitness goals.
During this time of pandemic, many of us are staying home, which means less trips to the grocery store, and more time to get creative in the kitchen. Just because you can’t get out to a nice restaurant, doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice an interesting and delicious meals in the comfort of your own home.