Nostalgia is an interesting phenomenon, and it's been discussed with both negative and positive connotations in academia for years. Like most things, there are good and bad ways of experiencing nostalgia, and how we generate the feeling can be beneficial or detrimental to our mental state and overall health. But used properly, there are ways to harness nostalgia for the benefits it can provide.
Getting stuck into a creative project is a wonderful way to relieve stress and spend an enjoyable few hours either on your own or with friends. Even better, you can use the fruits of your labor to beautify your assisted living suite at Bethesda Gardens in Arlington. If you're just getting started with arts and crafts, it can be motivating to begin with a project that you can complete in a single day. Even experienced crafters sometimes appreciate seeing the results of their creativity quickly. Below, you can find a list of the best creative projects seniors can do in a day.
Looking for something new to watch? In the digital age, there are so many options on what streaming service to choose let alone what content to watch. With websites continuously updating their available programs, finding a new movie or show can be overwhelming. Here are a few recently released recommendations that make for a great viewing experience. Pick one to binge one hot Arlington summer day in your assisted living apartment at Bethesda Gardens assisted living community.
Most believers have probably heard the parable of the Prodigal Son several times, but sometimes the most repeated things in life are some of the most important. With so much to dissect from this passage in Luke 15, the themes from this chapter are always relevant and serve as a poignant reminder of the joy of God's gift of salvation. Click here to refresh yourself on the parable, starting on verse 11.
One of the best ways to keep yourself healthy — besides eating well and getting exercise — is to ensure you're up to date on your vaccinations. COVID-19 has shown us how vital a vaccine can be in preventing illness. Immunizations can protect you and those around you from certain diseases so you can continue enjoying life at its fullest.
If you’re into interior design or self-help, you’ve probably heard of the KonMari method or seen Marie Kondo promoting her book. Or you may have just come across her bright personality while perusing the internet. Either way, you’re probably wondering what the fuss is about.
Bethesda Gardens assisted living community in Arlington, TX, offers its residents the food options necessary to nourish the body properly and maintain healthy habits. However it's possible that you want to improve your current diet by exploring different foods and recipes that you can make right in your assisted living apartment—or in a home outside of assisted living if you haven't decided to move into a community yet.
Color is definitely a gift from God. It can add a vibrant, emotional quality to almost anything and create joy wherever it’s found. Adding color to your lifestyle, whether through interior design or wardrobe choices, can help you and your neighbors experience that joy every day.
Apartment maintenance, housekeeping, laundry services, professionally landscaped grounds and chef-prepared meals — these are just some of the many amenities available at Bethesda Gardens in Arlington, TX.They're also some of the things that support one of the big benefits of choosing to make a home in an assisted living community: You free a lot of your time from basic day-to-day tasks such as housekeeping. And that lets you spend time doing more of the things you enjoy or attending to your own health and wellness.
Amenities are the extra services and support that are offered in an assisted living community that help create an enjoyable, vibrant lifestyle. Usually, they’re a wide range of optional services, activities and opportunities you can take advantage of to optimize positive aspects of each day within a community. Learn more about the assisted living community amenities offered at Bethesda Gardens in Arlington, TX, below.