You know, sometimes here at Grandparentslink we find a thought or idea we just can’t wait to share with you. This one definitely made us stop and take a deep breath – what do you think?
This is the beginning of a new day. You have been given this day to use as you will. You can waste it or use it for good. What you do today is important because you are exchanging a day of your life for it. When tomorrow comes, this day will be gone forever. In its place is something that you have left behind. Let it be something good.
You don’t need to balance on a ball, but consider this: did you know that strength training is an extremely important and effective form of exercise – especially for those over 50? While many people only do a cardio workout, it’s important to mix up your type of exercising so that your body can benefit from a variation, just as you do with your diet (hopefully)!
Today is a new day – yesterday is history…. Even if you didn’t pay attention to your health needs when you were younger, there is always time to start anew for your future, and I intend to help you with some simple thoughts about just that – your health.
With spring in the air and summer around the corner… we all know that we could be a little more active in our day to day life, so now is the time to take charge! Here are some reasons to give you that extra push you might need to get in that exercise.
Follow these guidelines and food will be your friend and you’ll never have an issue with food again! Really. It’s pretty simple. People make it waaaaay harder than it has to be. You don’t need to be extreme in your eating. You simply need to learn to BE CONSCIOUS.
Might sound silly, but we know when Spring arrives, everyone is itching to get our places freshened up, and we’ve got some easy tips and foolproof strategies for making your home sparkle—fast. Is there really a way around spending hours and hours on a massive seasonal spruce-up?
We all know the long, dark winter days can weigh on you physically and mentally. Grandparents, grand friends, and even parents, listen up… your health and well-being is ever so important and we want you to take care of yourself. Here are some tips for staying on top of your health this winter!