Category Archives: aging

Holiday Caregiver Gifts!

I am updating my Caregiver Collections Shop to include LOTS of useful items and gifts for the holidays! All of our whimsical images are by the artist Lin Larsen and a portion of our profits are donated to the Labyrinth Readers … Continue reading

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Anxiety Free – for the Moment!

Handling Anxiety Write it down. Acknowledging your worry takes away its obsessive power, so make a list of what’s bugging you. Say a prayer. Ask whatever deity or creative force or what/whoever you believe in for help, patience, and the … Continue reading

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Benefits of Meditation

Harvard neuroscientist: Meditation not only reduces stress, here’s how it changes your brain. A fascinating article in the Washington Post, looks well researched. Based on the swork of the Mindfulness Based Stress reduction Clinic in Boston. Here is a free … Continue reading

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Every Day A Holy Day by Barbara Haynes

  Looking forward to receiving what looks like a wonderful, useful book. I will post a review very soon, but  for now visit the Every Day A Holy Day facebook page! Every Day A Holy Day is an excellent manual … Continue reading

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Dr. Bill Thomas: Making a Better Nursing Home

  Dr. Bill Thomas is doing some good work. Check this article about him from the Washington Post: We’re Lucky if We Get to be Old. He believes that his generation, which reinvented what it means to be young, should … Continue reading

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The Benefits of playing Online Games

The following list of benefits is only a partial list of skills that can be learned and strengthened by playing certain specific online games, one of which is Diablo II Lord of Destruction*.  More information on how to get started … Continue reading

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