Happy March! March is National Nutrition Month, so let linkAges help you maintain good eating habits and physical activity. We all know that eating at home not only can help save money but can help us eat healthier too. Try experimenting with healthier ingredients, such as chicken breast, fish, and your favorite vegetables. If you need suggestions for recipes, please post a listing on linkAges since our members have many healthy recipes to share. To kickstart physical activity habits, find an activity such as hiking on linkAges Community that you might enjoy. We look forward to supporting members in participating in National Nutrition Month!
Partner Spotlight: The Mountain View Senior Center
linkAges has collaborated with The Mountain View Senior Center to host many events and we are so grateful for their partnership. The Mountain View Senior Center is an all-purpose facility that offers programs and services for adults 55 years of age and over. They offer many types of classes, social events, community garden, and a nutrition program.
Insights on Isolation by Rochelle Perucca
It’s March, the winds of change are blowing and Spring is coming.
Is your life representative of the upcoming season or are you still in Winter?
What if: Attitude + Energy = Choice. Let’s make a hypothesis: A+E = C
How would you describe your Attitude? Does it feel like a sloth in slow motion? Or is it
like a curious cat, interested in anything that moves?
How is your Energy? Is it like a banana slug slowly traversing the forest floor? Or does it
feel more like a flower ready, waiting and hoping to blossom?
If A+E does equal C, then the Choices we make do depend on how much energy we
have and more importantly, A, our Attitude and how we think.
So, this month, let’s take a look at how our A is impacting our E, and particularly our C.
Are we reaching out or are we choosing to remain in winter? If so, what is stopping us?
My hope is for all of us to find a way to choose Spring.
Rochelle Perucca, a Fulbright Scholar, psychotherapist, a college professor for the past 35 years, and a National Park Ranger (language interpreter), has been a linkAges Community member since 2015. She has seen the many benefits of being part of a larger community and we welcome her contributions and insights to the linkAges newsletter.
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