As you read through Genesis, you'll learn the story of Abraham and Sarah. It runs from Genesis 12 through Genesis 23, and it begins to give an understanding of God and why it's important to listen and obey his will.
Winter can make you want to stay in bed and get a late start to your day, especially in Kearney, where the average low in January is 14 degrees Fahrenheit, and the average snowfall is 23.9 inches. Good sleep is important for keeping your body healthy. Getting into a routine can help and ensure you get a good start to your day so you can make the most of it. Here are some tips to help you rise and shine at Cambridge Court this winter.
The Bible never shies away from tough topics. Its pages contain answers to questions most people commonly ask throughout their lives, including ones related to life, death, sin and eternity.
Kids often get their first taste of musical instruments in elementary school music class. However, it's never too late to learn how to play a musical instrument or try a new instrument even if you never played in the school band. Older adults who take lessons or teach themselves to create beautiful music could benefit in many ways. Here are some potential pros of trying out an instrument later in life.
Longevity, or how long someone lives and stays feeling young, is an important concern for everyone. For seniors, cultivating longevity could mean more time with loved ones and being there for more of their children’s and grandchildren’s milestones. Learn about blue zone research, how it relates to living a longer life and what habits may support longevity.
Eating right is essential at any age. Fueling your body with the right combo of vitamins and minerals can positively impact your energy levels and help you ward off illness or other issues. But nutrition can be complex, and in your race to get enough well-known vitamins, such as C and A, in your diet, you may overlook lesser-known factors such as lysine.
At Cambridge Court, providing a comfortable and healthy living environment for each resident is a top priority. And all of that starts in the bedroom. Getting a good night’s sleep is intrinsically tied to your health and well-being. Quality sleep leaves you feeling rested and refreshed and improves things like your immune system and mental health. However, as you get older and your internal clock changes, getting a full night of sleep becomes harder. Luckily, you can make sleeping through the night easier with the right bedding and blankets.
Family visits are precious times for seniors. Each one gives them the chance to spend time getting to know their grandchildren better and make lasting memories with them. Here at Bethesda Gardens in Frisco, we want to help our residents make these visits special. For this reason, we created a list of entertainment ideas our residents may wish to use the next time their loved ones drop by.
Retirement — and the funds that hopefully go with it — start to become a serious consideration for many as they get closer to age 65. Most financial experts will tell you that it's never too early to start thinking about and saving for your golden years, but obviously, life is not always ideal.
The advent of the smartphone has undeniably introduced ease and greater accessibility in day-to-day tasks that once took much more time and energy. Learning how to navigate and understand your new smartphone can be a challenge for even the savviest of tech lovers. The learning curve can feel even more difficult for older adults, especially if you haven’t used a computer in years or have stuck to a trusty flip phone for the past decade. However, overcoming the mild frustrations that often accompany learning how to use any new technological device can help put you on a road towards increased independence.