Try These 6 Outdoor Spring Hobbies for Seniors

Spring is well underway and it’s the perfect time to head outside to enjoy some fresh air and sunshine. If you’re a senior that loves spending time enjoying nature, there are numerous outdoor activities for you to try that are perfect for spring. Here are five activities that will help inspire you to get outside when the weather is nice. Container Gardening There are many benefits to gardening, and while many seniors aren’t able to use heavy garden equipment or get down on their hands Continue reading →

5 Ways Older Adults Can Boost Energy Levels

As the years pass our energy levels steadily decline which leave many older adults struggling with low energy on a daily basis. This often leads to frustration resulting from not having the energy to do everything they wanted to do. If you need some fatigue battling strategies, you’ve come to the right place. Today we’re going to talk about  simple things you can do to give your energy a boost when a good night’s sleep just isn’t enough. Drink More Water Even if you don’t Continue reading →

Why Outdoor Activities Are Important for Seniors

If there was something easy that you could do to boost your mood, reduce the need for medications, increase your vitamin D levels naturally, and get better sleep, would you want us to tell you about it? If your answer is yes, keep reading because that’s exactly what we’re here to discuss today. This isn’t a magic pill or complicated regimen. It’s completely free and anyone can do it. The answer- getting outside! Outdoor activities in nature benefit older adults in many ways. Here are Continue reading →

Senior Wellness- Tips for a Healthy Spring

Seeing the signs of spring put an end to a long, dreary winter often inspires us to make changes and focus on health and wellness. If this describes you, you're in the right place. Today we’ll take a look at some simple things you can do to ensure you have a healthy spring.   Get a Checkup The number one thing on your list should be to schedule a checkup with your primary care provider to be sure the changes you plan to make are Continue reading →

Life Hacks to Make Everyday Tasks Easier for Seniors

  As we age, everyday tasks can become more difficult, things that we used to take for granted. Sometimes the solution is to ask for help, but sometimes the solution is to make a slight modification to make the task easier. Today we’ll talk about some creative and inexpensive household hacks for seniors that can instantly make some of these tasks a little bit easier. Reaching Items In the Fridge Joint and flexibility issues can make it harder to reach items in the back of Continue reading →

Spring Cleaning Tips for Seniors

Spring will be here before you know it, and the warmer weather and promise of summer often give motivation for a fresh start. That usually comes in the form of spring cleaning and want to get rid of some of the unnecessary clutter. Here are some helpful tips for making the process of spring cleaning easy for a senior citizen.  Ask for help. Don’t tackle this chore alone. Ask for help from your loved ones. Not only will it make cleaning more efficient, but it’s Continue reading →

Outdoor Winter Safety for Seniors

When the weather is cold, icy, and snowy outside, it’s tempting to just forego all your outdoor activities and stay inside. But staying active is important for a healthy senior lifestyle, so there are some aspects of winter weather that we just can’t avoid when shopping or visiting friends or family. But you can be sure that you’ll stay safe in all kinds of winter weather with these easy tips for seniors below. Layer up. When it’s time to go outdoors, wear several layers of Continue reading →

Help Your Senior Set Realistic Resolutions in the New Year

New Year’s can be a hard time for seniors. Not only is it winter and more often than not, they are stuck inside from the cold, but it’s also a reminder of another year gone. However, it’s also a good time to think on the positive side and help your elderly loved ones set their own resolutions to empower themselves to lead a healthy, more active, and enhanced lifestyle.  Here is a list of some of the things that can help your senior have a Continue reading →

Tips & Activities to Overcoming the Winter Blues

As our Pennsylvania winters kick into full gear, the colder weather and shorter days of sunlight can leave us feeling tired and uninspired to complete even our normal daily activities. Seasonal depression, the winter blues, whatever you want to call it, affects many of us, especially senior citizens who cannot get out as much as they like. Here are some tips to beat the winter blues: Reminisce. When possible, have family and friends over for a visit. Bring out photo albums, family videos, or sentimental Continue reading →

Stay Fit Indoors with Winter Exercises for Seniors

  As colder months approach, some people give up their favorite exercise because it’s traditionally done indoors. For seniors, spending the whole winter in a sedentary lifestyle can be damaging to their health. Luckily, there are several exercises that are appropriate for indoors, giving you a year-round opportunity to stay fit and healthy.  Always check with your doctor to be sure it’s appropriate for you before starting any new exercise. Some examples of good indoor exercise activities include: Exercises for balance. Simple exercises that promote Continue reading →
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