What are Your New Year’s Resolutions

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Do you adopt resolutions each New Year’s Day? Or have you stopped because it seems they may only last a week or two? This article shares 8 resolutions that can make a great difference in your day to day enjoyment and happiness. For the next 12 months, Winter Grace will be revisiting these resolutions time and time again. We will have specific tips, information, and opportunities to live these out and just perhaps a few more. Everyone, regardless of age will benefit from these suggestions. I am looking forward to it. Are you? What resolutions would you add to this list? Please share.

1.Exercise 10 minutes everyday.

2.Explore new volunteer opportunities.

3.Revive and old friendship. Continue reading “What are Your New Year’s Resolutions”

Have You Considered Yoga?

Yoga may seem like something only the young and most limber can do and benefit from. Let’s cast aside myths and misinformation and perhaps gain flexibility at any age. This article is a great introduction to yoga. Have you tried yoga? Are you willing? This is just a suggestion, but definitely something to think about….

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Read more….. 10 Effective Yoga Poses

 

Keeping Your Mind Sharp

One of the greatest concerns people have as they age is cognitive decline. There may be a number of ways to combat this decline. Please check out this article that explores one route which will not only benefit yourself, but will benefit those who rely on the organizations with whom you volunteer. A  win-win situation.

 

http://www.futurity.org/volunteering-seniors-cognition-1575942/

 

 

18 Great Strategies to Prevent Falls in your Home

Falls are among the most common ways that Older Adults are injured each year. This article from the National Council on Aging provides tips for almost every area of your home to help prevent them Please take a look. What tips do you have for others that you do not see in this article? Please share them in the comments. Have a safe day.

From the National Council on Aging

https://www.ncoa.org/blog/falls-prevention-home-18-step-safety-checklist/