Dancing has been shown to reduce the risk of dementia by a whopping 76%!! As an added benefit, it also has a positive effect on depression and anxiety.
After a hot summer, the cool nights of autumn can feel like wonderful relief. Now is the time to throw open the windows and cleanse your house, inviting the fresh, crisp breeze into every room. Autumn is also the perfect opportunity to prepare your home and garden (and yourself!) for the impending cold days and nights of winter.
It’s never too late to set goals – regardless of your age or the time of the year but the New Year does provide a reminder to think about your resolutions and what you really want to achieve.
Giving is a great feeling and the best thing about this time of year. However choosing a present can be hard and it’s even harder when you’re thinking about an older loved one who may simply have it all. Here’s our top 5 Christmas gifts to inspire your shopping.
Yes, you read correctly. $1000 to prune your camellias. Really and truly. And we’re not talking about a flower farm but rather a copse of camellias in a suburban backyard.
You may have noticed the resurgence in house plants. Gorgeous little shops that once were florists are now focussing on promoting longer lasting plants. Trailing…
A good book is an immersion into another world. So this month we’re recommending a great book – in fact it’s a collection of short stories that allows you to dip in and out. Helen Garner’s Stories: The Collected Short Fiction is an extraordinary collection and here’s why.
As part of Dementia Awareness Week it’s important to highlight the different needs of people living with dementia and how they might be prioritised in receiving government subsidies.