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Older adults can make 2022 even better by following – and perhaps even falling in love with – some of the biggest wellness trends this year.
And one of the best things about wellness is you can focus on one, several or all areas of it.
Wellness covers a lot of ground – physical, social, intellectual, financial, spiritual, emotional and occupational. Some areas might be more important than others to you now, as the pandemic still lingers on. And other areas might be more important as the year – or years – goes by.
What’s important, is to focus on wellness trends tha…
Older adults can find a variety of fun places to go and things to do this holiday season. And the possibilities must feel great after last year when the pandemic restricted us.
There’s an event or activity for almost everyone, no matter the traditions and holidays you celebrate. You can also find something enjoyable regardless of your activity level.
Things to see for the holidays
Here’s a variety of the many things to see throughout the greater Philadelphia area during the holidays.
Macy’s Christmas Light Show. Full disclosure: I started with this because it’s …
Many older adults want to come out of their winter cocoons to safely socialize again. Is it possible?
Absolutely … as long as you stick to the key idea of safety. The pandemic still wears on, and not everyone is fully vaccinated. You might not face the same isolation as you did last spring. But this year’s socializing won’t be exactly like all the years before either.
Fortunately, older adults can safely socialize. Here are five ways to enjoy friends, family, activities and the outdoors in the coming months. And remember – you’ll want to be vaccinated to interact sa…
After many months of staying safe at home, you probably noticed some work could be done around the house! So now’s the time for DIY home projects.
Don’t be fooled – or scared – by the word “projects.” There are plenty of achievable and worthwhile tasks that will improve your quality of life while aging in place.
Even better, we have some you can do that will improve the safety of your home. And we have some that will improve the quality of your surroundings. And whatever you choose to do should be enjoyable and rewarding.
Here are several DIY home projects (that’s …
Time to turn the page on winter doldrums and give a nod to spring. And no better time than now to think about spring cleaning, whether you endear or dread it.
Spring cleaning will help clear your home and mind – a sort of physical and mental decluttering.
Of course, older adults want to put personal safety at the forefront of any cleaning effort so you can continue to age in place for years to come.
With that always in mind, here are five tips to get your home clean for the spring.
Start with a list
Write it on a piece of paper or make notes in your tablet. But b…