Tag: Senior Health

Serve More, Give More, Be More in 2016

2015 is racing to its end. As you look back on your accomplishments for the year, there is a question to ask yourself: Did I serve others at the level I envisioned 12 months ago? Making a resolution to do more for…Read More »

Her Simple but Powerful Request

Her simple but powerful request- was borne of great pain. She felt vulnerable, unprotected. She asked me to “help create a safe, warm love place within and around her heart”– And we did! She had been through several emotional separations. Her caregiver…Read More »

My Mother's Yoga Routine at Age 92

By Amy Kraft Seven years ago my Mom, at 85 ½ years young, asked me to teach her several yoga postures to diminish the pain in her lower back. I was quite surprised since I had been urging—no, pushing her—to try these…Read More »

October 2014 Updates

Fall is officially here, and the days are getting shorter. One of the wonderful gifts of the longer nights is regeneration. It’s during sleep when  the body’s repair mechanisms are hard at work. Historically, the longer nights meant more sleep, more regeneration.…Read More »

Flu Fighters

The holidays are over and the flu is making the rounds. It’s getting an early start this year and is a strain of the H1N1 virus- the swine flu. There are quite a few states with widespread outbreaks and the report is that this particular strain is inflicting a lot of misery wherever it goes.
Here are some ideas to help you avoid this season’s unwelcome visitor.

Happy Black Friday!

Although historically Black Friday is the day retailers are ‘in the black’, so to speak, for bargain hunters it has more to do with the stress and agony of long lines, crowded stores and even sleep lost to arriving at stores early for the best deals. Here are some tips to help you survive shopping on Black Friday and the rest of the busy holiday season.