So Much To Do, So Little Time!

There’s a new breed of seniors today. They have thrown out the rocking chair and picked up the hiking map. Bingo can still be a favorite pastime, but today’s “old folks” may play it as R&R after a day of outdoor adventures or indoor intellectual challenges.

Whether you live in an assisted living facility or are aging-in-place, the opportunities to engage with a multitude of activities abound. Book clubs keep you sharp and mentally alert while bringing you together in a shared experience of stories. Scrapbook groups meet to capture life stories through writing, photos, or mementos and allow you to reflect on life experiences with others.

Most interactions moved online this past year, or maybe you enjoyed solo activities online, learning jewelry making, painting, or another new hobby. While you couldn’t enjoy a trip to the museum, many visited virtual museum exhibits. A spa day is always a luxury seniors love, and as you learned HERE, it’s easy to create a DIY one at home.  Virtual classes will fill your yearning for intellectual stimulation.

Read HERE 14 ways seniors are staying busy and throwing boredom out the window. With so much to do, you’ll have to pull out that Daytimer of years gone past to keep up with your schedule!