Ask grandparents for advice…
The Wall Street Journal caught our eye with this article, and we feel this is a definite MUST read- even if you don’t think you need to!! Anyone who can keep the spark alive well into his or her later years has wisdom to share, and that insight is especially useful now, when the stress of the pandemic has taken a toll on intimacy for many of us.
Nutrition can sometimes be as much of a fad as bell bottoms or 8-track tapes. Now that we have so much more of a developed society on health and wellness, we know for sure that certain things are really good for you no matter what age. For instance, remember the days when the portions of food were supersized, and you were told to eat everything on your plate? That’s out now- yes, you can eat everything on your plate, but at least watch the calories or fat count and know serving sizes are better if they are a fistful, not a basketball!
Looking for an extra special treat for your family this holiday season? Well, here you go! You can make these ahead of time, and surprise the family. Or better yet, get the grandkids involved and do this together. Plus, instead of feeling like you need to consume the whole apple, these pops on a stick are just the right amount—and easier to eat.
Everyone ages. This is indeed a fact of life. However, as we age, we do not always receive the respect we think we deserve. Younger people pay less attention to us, or may even joke about what we say or how we look.