Pizza, macaroni and cheese, stuffing, chicken pot pie, dumplings, biscuits and gravy, chili, almost any potato dish…
Aah, the holidays! Family. Food. Shopping. Food. Parties. More food.
Before long, we start to feel the effects.
Ah, the holidays! Cheerful greetings. Happy smiles. Delayed flights. Packed buses. Surly cabdrivers.
Seasonal travel doesn’t have to dim your holiday spirit. We’ve put together a list of seven tips to ensure you remain smiling all the way to your destination.
You finally made the decision to move into a senior living community.
And although it has all the amenities you’d expect, you’re feeling blue.
Gratitude Makes You Feel Better
Gratitude makes you feel better, says Glenn Fox, Ph.D., a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Southern California’s Brain and Creativity Institute. Gratitude improves physical and mental health, reduces aggression, prevents depression, and helps you sleep better.
Aromas of cooking fill the air. Relatives who haven’t seen each other in months greet each other with warm hugs. Children play until they become too noisy, and their parents shush them. It’s Thanksgiving at home…except this home is at The Esquiline.
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Family Thanksgiving dinners provide a time for the family to enjoy agreeable company and delicious food. Everyone has a good time...
…except the person hosting dinner, who has usually not had enough sleep and is sure to run out of a critical ingredient at the last minute.