Live life well.

couple at pool webThe key to living life well is living in an environment where everything is in place to make that happen for you. Here are 5 reasons why people who live in Life Plan Communities live longer, healthier and more vibrantly than people who don’t…

1. Life Plan Communities build environments that are rich in physical resources (such as walking trails, fitness centers, pools, game rooms, pubs, lounges, craft rooms, etc.). Residential settings with resources that promote every day physical activity are important to aging well.

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Smile: Showing My Age

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  • I'm so old that:
    I have dialed a rotary phone that did not have an answering machine, recorded a song that I love off a transistor radio onto a tape recorder, watched a black and white TV (with less than 10 channels) that had foil on the rabbit ear antennas, taken a long walk without counting the steps, and eaten food that I didn't take pictures of.
  • I thought getting older would take longer.

 

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Things To Do With Grandkids: March-April 2020

easter egg webLehigh Valley Auto Show
March 19-22, Stabler Arena - Lehigh University, 124 Goodman Dr., Bethlehem 10AM-9PM $10 for adults; $7 for seniors (55+) children 6-14; $25 family four-pack. The Lehigh Valley Auto Show is held from March 19 - 22. From Thursday through Saturday, hours are 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. On Sunday, the show is open from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Ticket prices are $10 for adults, $7 for senior citizens (ages 55+) and children (ages 6-14), and $25 for a family four-pack. Children under five receive free admission. Tickets can be purchased in person or online - glvada.org.

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CarePatrol: Safer Senior Living, Your Goal, Our Mission

CarePatrol LV profile shot webWhen your loved one needs to find options for senior care, where should you turn? Anita T. of Bethlehem was in that situation. Her mom, Ruth, needed to find a community where she could live independently, but with help available if needed and within a budget that was comfortable for her. Anita called Mary Ann Pickell, a Certified Senior Advisor with CarePatrol of the Lehigh Valley and Upper Bucks. Mary Ann met with Anita to discuss the senior care needs Anita’s mom required as well as her health concerns.

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Legacy Series, Part 2: Regrets

old people couple together connected webWhen faced with the nearing inevitability of shuffling off this mortal coil, our thoughts pace back-and-forth between the past and the future, often pausing in the present for a reality check. We wonder if we did all the things we “shoulda woulda coulda.” Will we empty our bucket list before we kick the bucket? Is it time to stop nursing grudges and let them die? How will I manage the pain I feel or get around the house or hospital room? What, if anything, lies beyond in the Great Beyond, and am I prepared? Why aren’t hearses equipped to pull U-Hauls?

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What’s Your Legacy?

grandma and grand daughter cooking webA Call to Boldness to Invest in the Next Generation - As part of the application process to a seminary eighteen months ago I created a resume. The exercise forced me to document major accomplishments in my life. After printing the final draft of my curriculum vitae I felt a great sense of fulfillment to see my modest personal and professional achievements on paper: entrepreneurship as a teenager, participation in college athletics, study abroad experiences, fluency in a foreign language, multiple professional achievements and awards, steady civic engagement, and the creation of successful businesses.

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    Mickey Rooney was born Joe Yule, Jr., on September 23, 1920, in Brooklyn, New York.Rooney passed away April 6, 2014, at the age of 93. Joe Yule, Jr., only 17 months old, joined his parents on the...

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