Pixabay Link to book: 100 Tips and Tools for Managing Chronic Illness
With the number of different medications to take every day, doctor’s appointments to remember, symptoms to keep track of, managing a chronic illness can be very difficult and overwhelming. And for someone who is already physically ill, I don’t think this person should have more mental and emotional stress in his/her life.
Fortunately, we live in a digital age where we can easily find resources that can help us manage our lives, including a chronic illness.
Today, let me share with you Continue reading
Now that Fall is in full swing, it’s time to change up your day to day routine and do fun and festive activities that even our golden aged loved ones will be fond of.
The autumn season is perfect for spending time outdoors but there’s also a plethora of indoor activities that seniors, their families and caregivers can all enjoy together. Continue reading
One of the many fads that Kim Kardashian has made popular is the “Vampire Facial,” otherwise known as Platelet-rich Plasma. If you’re a fan (or a hater), I’m pretty sure you remember that selfie of hers with gruesome blood all over her face. Continue reading
On my previous blog post, I talked about How Journal Writing helps in improving the lives of aging adults – not just physically, but mentally and emotionally as well.
If you’re ready to give this activity a try, you need to find one that fits your needs and style, because there are so many ways to journal. Continue reading
I have blogged about Essential Oils in this site a few times already – from the staple ones to always have at home to oils you can use for timeless skin, but never really talked about how to use it.
Using a diffuser is the most widely known method but there are actually more ways to use your essential oils besides that. If you have a set at home or wanting to get one but don’t know how to use them, keep on reading because in today’s article, Continue reading