HSSI had yet another very successful Christmas Craft Sale. It was an enjoyable, busy 2 days with lots of attendees. We are so proud of our Craft Sale Committee members and all volunteers for their dedication to this event and their community.
If you are not very active and you start increasing your physical activity, you will start to see benefits in 4-12 weeks.
Start slowly and gradually build up.
Physical activity does not have to be hard to improve your health.
(Canada’s Physical Activity Guide to Healthy Active Living for Older Adults)
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Physical activity is one of the most important things you can do to maintain your physical and mental health and quality of life as you get older. Walking, stretching, and keep your muscles in good condition will help you maintain your independence.
Independent living depends on being able to do the things you want to do when you want to do them. To stay independent, you need to be able to reach, bend, lift, carry and move around easily. Staying physically active will help you to keep moving and stay strong.
True words! When you lose yourself in knitting, stressors of the day drop away.
Have you ever taken a deep calming breath and asked yourself this question?