This Month: Health and Wellness
The October issue of INSPIRED Senior Living magazine features talented Indigenous artist Richard Hunt. Raised in an artistic family, Richard began honing his craft at the age of 13. An apprentice working under the tutelage of his father, he was soon able to fly solo. From there, he has created a life and a legacy that has carved an indelible mark on both Canada’s history and beyond her borders.
Given recent natural disasters, travel to the tropics may be hampered until those nations can recover and rebuild. But that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy the travel tales of others. In due time, sunny locales to our south will be ready to welcome you again, so you can write your own stories and create memories that will last a lifetime.
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Chronic pain can be overwhelming. Chronic pain is different for everyone and finding out what works to help manage it might take some trial and error. Caring for someone else while in pain adds an extra layer of complexity. Read more...
Do you remember when - there was a time not too long ago - when you picked up the phone and actually talked to a real person! The only prerequisite… "Hey, it’s ringing and somebody wants to talk to me." Read more...
What better way to see the world than with a mother-daughter adventure? But we are no average female travellers. The daughter is young, healthy and able-bodied. The mother is middle-aged, healthy and disabled with a mobility scooter.
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