For seniors, it can be a challenge to find the right restaurant. Maybe parking isn’t easy, and you’re unable to walk far. Perhaps you’re just unfamiliar with an area and aren’t sure what options are available.
Each year, millions of people vow to better themselves in the new year—whether it's setting new fitness goals, taming the bulge, quitting smoking, or living a stress-free life. Unfortunately, while we all mean well, 88% of all new year resolutions end in failure. If you are amongst the millions of those falling into this category, it's time to think twice, plan better, and make smarter goals for yourself. Why do 88% of all resolutions end in failure? Most people start the year with aspirations that aren't necessarily realistic. Losing weight, quitting smoking and living a stress-free life all at the same time is not a realistic goal for most. Even those goals individually can be very difficult to attain. The best way to ensure that you are able to meet the goals you set for yourself is to make them SMART.
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As time goes on the face of aging is continuously evolving. A hundred years ago a 65-year-old would be considered elderly. Today, a 65-year-old may live the same vibrant life that a 40-year-old does. As technology and healthcare advance, so does the length of quality of life. As an example of this, here are 15 celebrities turning 65 in 2019 that are still living vibrant and active lifestyles! 1. Jackie Chan- April 7, 1954 Jackie Chan is a martial artist, actor, film director, producer, stuntman and singer. Chan is most famous for his appearances in The Karate Kid, The Spy Next Door, Rush Hour, and most recently, The Foreigner.
Christmas is celebrated in various ways throughout the United States— every family has unique traditions they follow each year.
This past Sunday was the beginning of Advent, the season of the Christian calendar set aside for personal and corporate preparation for the “coming” (which is what the word “Advent” means) of the Messiah.
This is the time of year when we pause to reflect on the blessings of life, and thank God for what we enjoy throughout the year. It is also a time for us to take stock and reset our thought process about how we see ourselves and those around us. I have a few thoughts I would like to share about how being thankful is beneficial to us as well as others.