Month: April 2020

Ballet is a beautiful way to keep moving forward when our lives are standing still.So, embrace your personal space and treat it as a work of art. That’s what I’ve said countless times as a ballet teacher. But never has it been more meaningful than now. I’ve always been passionate about the everyday benefits of
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Posted on May 17, 2019 by Atria Senior Living It is an honor and a privilege to serve those who served our country. So as we celebrate America’s military members on Armed Forces Day, we would like to pay recognition to the many retired veterans – and their spouses – who call Atria home. Category: Veteran
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Posted on July 24, 2019 by Taylor Rhea While this dish is not recommended or practical for meal preparation, this story had too much flavor to omit. Master Sergeant Charles Ohler was captured and held in a Japanese prison camp from July 4, 1944 to September 20, 1945. Atria is proud to have this veteran
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By Marci Phillips | 4.28.2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a staggering loss of jobs. At the end of March, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 7.1 million Americans were unemployed, with numbers projected to rise further throughout April. In 2019, roughly 1 in 5 older adults aged 65+ was still in the workforce.
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Welcome to our final discussion of… Tepper Isn’t Going Out by Calvin Trillin We read Chapters 23-33 this week. What did you think? What are you liking so far? What questions are popping up for you? Start discussing in the comments below! Join us on Thursday, April 30 at 6pm EDT for a discussion over
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Every month in Sex at Our Age, award-winning senior sexpert Joan Price answers your questions about everything from loss of desire to solo sex and partner issues. Nothing is out of bounds! If you’re over 60, submit your questions to this column by emailing Joan directly at sexpert@seniorplanet.org.  I’m a man, 73. My wife is
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