With Valentine’s Day approaching, we would like to celebrate love. It springs eternal and knows no age limits. It does not think about retirement dates, nor physical or mental limits or setbacks. Most of us who have lived and loved would say that love only gets better with age. The current shift in millennial culture pays
The new year is upon us, and however you decide to welcome in 2019, do it with open arms. The end of one year and the beginning of a new one always gives us an opportunity to hit the reset button on goals we hoped to achieve this past year but were not able to.
With the Thanksgiving holiday upon us, we can sometimes encounter family dynamics/stress related to the holidays. It is important to remember to express gratitude, and reflect on the past year with those we love, near or far. Holiday’s have a wonderful way of bringing people together, but can also create unnecessary stress sometimes. Everyone has
As we age, we tend to reminisce about times in our lives that we either celebrated traditions handed down to us, or traditions that we created. Why is it important that we strive to preserve these traditions and pass them down to our children and grandchildren? It not only builds a bond with our younger
As we age, we find that having fond visual memories of our friends, family members and pets bring us joy. So many events happen in our lifetime’s that are memorable moments or milestones of progress or achievement. Having the space to display all of these photos and mementos can however prove challenging if you have
Keeping movement going on a daily basis can get harder as people age. Small tasks like stretching, getting out of bed, walking stairs, navigating home life, working in the yard – many of us are not able to perform these activities as efficiently or easily as we get older. But with the right exercises, you can