The big 5-0. A milestone age often comes with mixed emotions: relief, happiness, contentment and sometimes even dread. Turning 50 is when many people take stock of their lives and assess what they want to do in the coming years. Whether you're embracing this new decade or feeling apprehensive about it, one thing is certain: taking care of your health is more important than ever. This blog post will discuss some essential healthy habits that everyone should adopt when they turn 50.
The reality of age is going to face us all at one point or another. You might start to notice some of those realities coming at you sooner than you would like, but at some point, you have to face the facts. You might not be able to live as you once could, but that doesn’t mean that you have to totally give up your independence. If you take steps to act now, in fact, you can preserve it better than if you were to try to bury your head and ignore some of these vital questions.
What does “fall” mean to you? We know, at this age, that word has medical connotations. But we mean “fall” as in “autumn,” the only season with two names. For homeowners, it can mean raking leaves. For seniors moving into retirement villages, it means leaving rakes. Fall is a time of change. Leaves change colors, kids change grades, governments change during election years, menus change with the harvest, and people change clothes with the weather. Remember when TV stations changed programming with the “new fall schedule”? Let’s take a look back to see what befell us in autumns gone by.
Feeling young is a state of mind, but it's also about taking care of your body. You can be 60 years old and feel like you're 20, or you can be 50 years old and feel like you're 80. It's all about your outlook on life. If you want to ensure that you never feel a day older than 50, there are a few things you can do.
As adults, we subconsciously prepare for our parents to age. Of course, we all know that our parents are going to get older but that doesn't mean we know what that quite means until it happens. You may notice some subtle changes in your parents as they get older, such as being unable to see the TV like they used to or being unable to hear you when you call their name. There can be other changes, too, such as balance issues and difficulty performing everyday tasks.
Primary and general elections are important times to exercise our unique freedom to choose the men and women who will govern us and to affect the future of those issues that concern and inspire us. Some states have changed policies and procedures for voting due to the COVID-19