We midwesterners are a hardy bunch, but we tend to believe we can beat Old Man Winter every time. The problem is that as we age, our overconfidence may result in us receiving the knockout punch.
We love our comfort zones! We don’t want to call them routines, though, even though that’s what they are. After all, routines don’t sound as positive.
Perhaps they don’t sound positive because living in your comfort zone isn’t beneficial.
Our religion is the foundation upon which many of us base our lives. We are guided by religious principles and motivated to attain its goals.
As you start thinking about your resolutions for the new year, you’re probably considering things of this world—becoming more healthy, eating right, volunteering, and budgeting. This next year, take some time to consider your spiritual needs and goals.
Categories: Assisted Living
Click here to view and download December's Assisted Living activities calendar.
Retail stores have been pushing fake fir boughs and Christmas trees since Halloween, but your windows still display the autumn foliage and gourds you used for Thanksgiving. It seems that the only free space you have is on your door and your walls. With everything else you have to do, it doesn’t seem you can decorate your apartment for Christmas.
A holiday tradition has ended, and you don’t know what to do. Every Christmas, you packed up the kids and went to Grandma and Grandpa’s house for dinner. The kids would open gifts left under the tree. But this year, they live in an apartment in an Assisted Living community.
Click here to view and download the December Independent Living activities calendar.