Gail Grant is a freelance writer who lives in Palgrave.
A hobby can keep your brain running on the rails.
To keep in shape for his treks, Harry takes twice-weekly tai chi lessons with the Headwaters School of Tai Chi.
At 61, Lorraine McNally nabbed Grade 1 gold at the Royal Conservatory
“Cameramen need a broad list of personal attributes including tact, stamina, competence and a certain degree of artistic talent,” says Ken.
These Students are Going to the Dogs – and Raising Their Grades. For students at Humberview Secondary School, training service dogs is a transformative experience.
The kindness of a Canadian soldier inspired a young Ted Webb to immigrate here. An avid cyclist, he later founded Le Tour de Terra Cotta.
Friends, old and new, are a bulwark against loneliness and loss.
Caledon’s Seniors get Social at the Centre
Stress relief also aids memory and it’s like pressing the reset button on your computer.
According to a BMO Wealth Institute report, the biggest wealth transfer in history is now underway, as Canadian boomers are expected to inherit about $1 trillion by about 2030.
Exercise makes me happy. It energizes me and forges strong links with like-minded people to share challenges, laughter, experiences, wisdom, and even the odd great recipe.
As each decade has clicked into the next, one thing in my life has remained constant: lack of adequate closet space.
In its few short years, Big Life has established itself as an important anti-poaching leader in East Africa.
Moving is always stressful, but for a senior, it can be overwhelming. The family home holds a lifetime of memories. If family isn’t nearby to help out, it may be time to call the experts.