You’ve put so many others first over the years that it might feel a little out of character to take this opportunity to put yourself first for a change. Maintaining your health will be a priority when you are living at The Esquiline. This includes your physical, spiritual, intellectual, and social wellness.
You’ve served your time in the kitchen. You’ve put your family and friends first for many years in many areas, especially where their bellies are concerned. Now it’s time for you to sit back, relax, and let someone else serve you -- and do the dishes. Dining at The Esquiline allows you to enjoy the view from the other side of the kitchen.
Spirituality and spiritual wellness are important to your overall wellness and sense of wellbeing. While you’ve lived your life well, spiritual wellness is what pulls you through when life throws a few curve balls your way.
“For it is in giving that we receive,” said St. Francis of Assisi. Words that ring true at The Esquiline.
What is spiritual wellness?
Many factors play a part in defining spirituality - religious faith, beliefs, values, ethics, principles and morals. Some gain spirituality by growing their faith in what they believe or strengthening their personal relationships with others. Others may grow spiritually by finding peace in a certain situation or their environment.
Don’t let age, fear, or an “I can’t” attitude stop you from exercising. It may seem more difficult to begin an exercise program during your senior life. However, a few simple tips can make it easier than you expect and a lot of fun!
It’s not unusual for your social circle to change over the years. In fact, most people see their social circles shift with life, from college to raising a family to retirement. The key is to make it a priority in your life, no matter when or where.
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