Free Yourself from the Flu
With flu season approaching, it’s not just parents bracing for an outbreak at their children’s schools, adults are also highly susceptible at work and in other public places. The flu is a respiratory infection accompanied by fever and often respiratory complications that is transmitted from person to person, either... Read more
The 3 Best Things About Being Retired
Most of us spend 30 plus years in the working world. Regardless of whether you enjoy your job or it’s simply a means to an end, retiring from work means huge changes to your daily life. We asked our Facebook followers what the best part of being retired was and time, flexibility... Read more
3 Ways to Add Gratitude To Your Life
“Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; remember that what you now have was once among the things you only hoped for.” ― Epicurus According to Shawn Anchor (author of The Happiness Advantage) “consistently grateful people are more energetic, emotionally intelligent, forgiving, less likely to be depressed,... Read more
Questions You Need to Ask Before Your Parents Move In
Are you considering asking your parent to move in with you and your family? It’s a huge move for all involved and there are many things to consider before you merge households. Here are 5 important questions to put on the table before you make the final decision. 1.... Read more