Posted on November 21, 2022 - The holidays are a fun time when we gather with friends and loved ones and celebrate time-honored traditions. We break bread and clink glasses in celebration of the season, the things for which we are grateful, and the company of our favorite people. Many of these traditions include our favorite foods, homemade from recipes that have been passed down over the years. Who wouldn’t look forward to brined turkey, sweet potatoes, dinner rolls, green bean casserole, the cranberry dish of our family’s choice, and dishes that are unique to each region?
Posted on November 16, 2022 - The holiday season is upon us! We gather to cheer for our football team, dive into our favorite foods, find bargains for our gift lists and spend extra time with our loved ones. It’s also the perfect time to share our advance care planning decisions and end-of-life preferences. Why? Because everyone around the table will likely be around the bedside when the time comes. And research shows that sharing these plans can reduce grief and post-traumatic stress disorder for survivors. It also ensures that your decisions stay centered in your care.
Posted on November 14, 2022 - You know the benefits of exercise -- improvements in physical and mental health as well as helping to keep you independent as you age. But how do you get started?
Posted on November 9, 2022 - Thanksgiving is a time when we show appreciation for our blessings and celebrate the bounties of delicious food with loved ones. Science suggests that it would be good for our mental and physical health to extend this practice of thankfulness throughout the year!
Posted on November 7, 2022 - Aging doesn’t have to be a burden. In fact it’s possible to wear age as a badge of honor. Here’s how.