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New Year’s Resolutions for Seniors

The New Year is an exciting time because it represents a new beginning. During this time, it is common to create New Year’s Resolutions that serve as a personal goal or achievement that they hope to accomplish during the year. For seniors and baby boomers, New Year’s Resolutions can be a great way to better themselves and to make sure that their health is a priority. Take a look at some wonderful New Year’s Resolutions that baby boomers can make to be the best version of themselves in 2018.

• Maintain a healthy relationship with family. This is an important resolution because this can give the individual something to look forward to each week, as well as give them the chance to make connections with members of their family or friends. If your senior loved one lives across the country, this resolution can be a great way to stay in touch with them. Encourage them to make a promise to speak to loved ones for at least 30 minutes once a week.

• Enjoy life every chance they get. This simple resolution is so important for your loved one. If they make a promise to themselves to live their life to the fullest, they are more likely to seize the day and take charge of their happiness.

• Eat healthier and pay more attention to nutrition. Does your loved one have a specific diagnosis that requires them to eat a certain way? Do they need to implement a healthier eating regimen? 24 Hour Home Care has a cookbook and recipe book Whole 24 that makes eating healthy easy and delicious! Whether your loved one has a specific diagnosis, or you just want them to make better food choices, Whole 24 can provide delicious and nutritious recipes for your senior loved one. Click here to access Whole 24!

This New Year’s make sure that the senior loved ones in your life set proper goals for themselves that are attainable, appropriate and will allow them to be the best version of themselves. We wish you and your family a happy, healthy and prosperous 2018!

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