You may have noticed that LivingSenior.me has a new look. Considering the Pandemic, my post ‘conversations’ going forward will include some interesting outcomes of this fundamentally altering period in our lives. Frankly, in my opinion, among other results, it may have brought more ‘connectedness’ and human kindness towards each other. Families have had to be more creative in their togetherness; neighbors are reaching out to each other; often, people want to help each other. Politics have become more prominent to our conversations. Namely, we cannot take our freedoms and livelihoods, or health for granted. I also consider the display of compassion for each other a good thing for our human society.
For this issue, I would like to call your attention to the Blogroll of my favorite websites. Recently, I became more acquainted with Maria Shriver’s Sunday Paper. I encourage you to put reading it on your “To Do” list. It is an A+ online newspaper. Here’s a link to read about Maria Shriver, and to see what she has to offer with her positive ideas, compassionate thoughts and suggestions for our WellBeing during this period and beyond. Just click the link. https://mariashriver.com/mystory/
Another new addition to the Blogroll is the A+ Free Fitness programs. Just click the link to find out more. https://seniorplanet.org/virtual-fitness-wellness-events/
Below is a link to a post that appeared on The Lighthouse, a website, which originates in Sydney, Australia. It is interesting to learn what others, outside of the USA, are saying about the Covid19.