We are all well aware that getting older and the physical changes to our bodies and appearance that go with it is inevitable. While we cannot prevent it, there are ways to slow down the effects aging has on our bodies.
On Monday September 28th, a handful of ladies from the Country Women’s Association, and the Red Hat Society, an international women’s society targeted to women approaching 50 and beyond, came together at Oak Tree Retirement Mudgee in the village centre for a high tea event.
The residents of Oak Tree Retirement Village Burpengaryhave partnered with Burpengary State Secondary College to assist year 12 Certificate III fitness students in completing their placement assessment.
On September 15th, the residents of Oak Tree Retirement Village Skye participated in yarn bombing, a collective task that can be completed safely and individually.
Aromatherapy is an ancient practice in which essential oils from plants, herbs, flowers, and trees are used to improve the mental, spiritual, and physical well-being of patients.
Looking to relocate to the countryside city of Dubbo? Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Macquarie Valley, the Dubbo region trumps big cities in terms of liveability, health and education services, and offers a lively ambience with plenty to explore and discover.
Located in far north Queensland, Cairns is a tropical paradise where the rainforest meets the reef. It is a laid back, modern, and stylish city that offers an abundance of picturesque surroundings, palm fringed beaches, great restaurants, and memorable adventures. It’s hot climate means light, casual clothes, and a relaxed, carefree lifestyle.
The benefits of a good quality sleep are endless, and it is absolutely vital in maintaining good health and brain function. When we sleep, our brain engages in a number of activities that aid with recharging our entire being, and therefore when we don’t get sufficient sleep, it can have a negative impact on our overall health.
While it’s important that we look after both our physical and mental wellbeing throughout our lives, retirement is a unique time period that comes with different obstacles than what we faced in our 30s, 40s and 50s.
We don’t want to toot our own horn here but… it’s pretty fantastic!
From a vivid sense of community to a simpler, more relaxed style of living within a supportive environment, living in a retirement village can be a great experience if you take full advantage of everything they have to offer.
According to the centre for disease control and prevention, only one in ten adults eat enough servings of fruit and vegetables every day.
Just as world wars have reshaped the way entire generations have lived, experts are predicting that COVID-19 will also have an impact on how we live our lives in the future.
As we get older and begin the retirement chapter of our life, we have the desire to lead a more carefree lifestyle and say goodbye to certain responsibilities and worries we once had.