You know you need to save for your retirement, but how much money will you need to live comfortably after you retire? Here are five tips from Chartered Accountant Anne Chun, President of Anne Chun Professional Corporation in Toronto.
It is important to take time each day to spend for and on yourself. It may seem you don’t have the time, it is selfish, or there are more important things to do. In fact, in the scheme of things and as a caregiver, one of the most important things you can do each day is to spend at least ten to fifteen minutes on yourself. By doing so, you help yourself as well as those around you. Those ten to fifteen minutes spent on yourself can help you relax, ease tension, and refresh yourself. That time can help you return to your caregiver tasks with renewed energy and a new perspective.
Active adult living is an emerging trend in retirement communities, which allows residents to live independently and receive services when they want or need them.
Caregivers need to tend to their own needs in order to be most effective in helping their loved ones who are ill. Our continuing quest for good quality of life needs to include ourselves as well as the patient. Read more...
These eight important facts about "the Silent Killer" can not only minimize the risk of causing hypertension, but they can also reduce the symptoms of it altogether and improve your overall wellbeing. Read more...
The weather report is often bad even when it's spring. Don't buy into the hype. Here's how to enjoy the weather and get your life back in balance!
Fed up dealing with your aging parents? When was the last time you laughed? Try this to ditch the stress and get the funny back.
As a caregiver you constantly battle emotions and balance responsibilities and demands every day. But don't forget what brings you happiness.
The Men's Club is a social program just for men at Sunrise Senior Living in Oakville. Check out their adventures in the new column by Mark Giordani!
Want to boost your brain's function and reduce cardiovascular disease? Eat dark chocolate! Be sure to try the easy recipes here too.
With warmer spring weather comes our desire to be outdoors and active but it can be hard to stay motivated. Prediction activities can help!
Seniors can help themselves to alleviate depression with regular exercise. It improves mood, strength and balance and sleep.
If your life needs a lift, summer's a great time to make it happen. You can influence your own happiness much more than you think.
Here are ten common retirement home activities. 'Read more': Read more...