Pollyanna, or Secret Santa, not sure what you are accustomed to calling it, but this year your senior living community is doing it and you have no idea what to purchase. It needs to be at a specific price point and gender neutral; something that everyone will enjoy.
The American Dream of the 20th century often involved rounding up the whole family, jumping in the RV and hitting the highway for a good old fashioned cross-country road trip. It’s a common plot in American film of the 1970s through the 1990s. Somewhere along the way, the RV dream lost its way, veering off […]
This year get creative with the holidays and get crafty! Try decorating your tree with homemade ornaments, make your own decorations to hang on your door, hang your holiday cards through your doorway, and create your own tree topper. Check out these great ideas for a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Holiday! String Popcorn What you will need: Popped […]
Have you been researching senior living communities for yourself or a loved one? As you may or may not know, the most important part of your research is visiting the communities and what better time than over the holiday season.
Every morning at 3AM, Ernestine Shepherd is wide awake running, lifting weights and working out before she heads to her job at her gym, where she’s a certified personal trainer. Now 78 years old, Shepherd is the world’s oldest performing female bodybuilder.
Many seniors are starting to look into the benefits of moving into a senior living facility. Some are feeling lonely and looking for companionship and others are not able to do maintenance around the house like they used to – either way, making the senior move can benefit seniors in multiple ways.
As we start the second week of December, most people, if not all, have begun their holiday shopping. Many of us were able to take advantage of the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, but did you remember your loved ones in the senior living facility??
His name is Hidekichi Miyazaki. He’s 105 years old, and he just became the world’s oldest competitive sprinter, managing to run the 100-meter spring in just 42.22 seconds at the Kyoto Masters Athletics Autumn Competition in Kyoto, Japan. The last world record holder in that race? It was also Miyazaki. It’s how the thirty years-retired […]
This holiday season, ship your kayak cross country to your grandkids – it’s a great gift idea! And make sure that pictures and videos are taken and shared with you. There a list of items that need to be taken into consideration before shipping a kayak. The three main considerations are protection, estimated shipping time […]