Do you have clutter lurking around your home? Is it something that bothers you but you just don't know where to begin? Did you know that physical clutter can also cause psychological clutter? Psychological clutter is known to create depression, anxiety, and even physical illness and disease. According to a recent study highlighted in an… Continue reading Overwhelmed by Clutter?
We found an exciting article with interesting research about how gardening and exercise can impact the risk of dementia. According to the research, regular exercise, such as gardening, can reduce one's risk by 50%! Some other interesting finds from the research include that physical activity increases brain volume in older people, and the increased brain… Continue reading Can Gardening Help Guard Against Alzheimer’s?
There are many options as we age in terms of housing options. One popular choice is to Age in Place, often with the goal of maintaining a large amount of independence. We found a great article that outlines 5 trends happening right now with Aging in Place and have outlined them here. The purpose of… Continue reading 5 Trends for Aging in Place
Looking for some great activities in Austin in March? Warmer weather makes us want to get out and enjoy all our city has to offer! AustinLocal.com has a great article with 23 great events happening this March! A few things that immediately come to mind when thinking of March are wildflowers, St. Patrick's Day and… Continue reading 23 Things To Do in Austin in March
Have you ever wondered about the probate process? What is probate, anyway? According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, probate is defined as, "the action or process of proving before a competent judicial authority that a document offered for official recognition and registration as the last will and testament of a deceased person is genuine." The broad… Continue reading The Probate Process