Meaningful Awards And Relationships: Just Two Of The Things That Make Highgrove At Tates Creek Worth Paying Attention To

When our Highgrove chef, Shaun Meza plans a farm-to-table menu, he asks residents to join him at the Farmer’s Market to help choose the freshest produce. And when he discovered a resident shared his passion for fresh herbs, they planted the community’s first onsite garden together. His philosophy: cooking is a form of customer service, and he brings his exuberance …
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Real Life Benefits of Exercise and Physical Activity

Originally published on Go4Life: Exercise and physical activity aren’t just good for your mind and body, it can help you stay active and mobile as you age! Regularly including all 4 types of exercise will give you a wide range of real-life benefits. Continue Reading >   OUR COMMUNITIES Apple Blossom Senior Living Ashtongrove Senior Living Traditions at Beaumont Traditions …
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Embrace The 5 Love Languages and Stop Taking Things for Granted in Your 60s

Originally published on Sixty+Me: It is so easy to take things for granted – the ground under our feet, waking up in the morning to a new day and, far too often, our relationships. It is so easy to be critical or to notice what is missing or makes us crazy about our partner, parents, children, friends or coworkers. Continue …
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Julie Andrews: What I Know Now

Originally published on AARP: The beloved actress-singer riffs on humor, whistling and new beginnings. Continue Reading >   OUR COMMUNITIES Apple Blossom Senior Living Ashtongrove Senior Living Traditions at Beaumont Traditions of Beavercreek The Bristol Senior Living Traditions at Brookside Traditions at Camargo Traditions of Columbus Cherry Blossom Senior Living Traditions of Deerfield Highgrove at Tates Creek Traditions at Hunter …
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40 Things (Probably) Only Baby Boomers Will Remember

Originally published on MSN: Baby boomers have seen massive changes in technology, media, and culture over their lifetimes. Defined as the generation born between 1946 and 1964, they grew up before smartphones and the internet ruled almost every aspect of our lives. That almost makes it more fun to recall these 4o nostalgic things that only baby boomers remember. Click …
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