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Description: What you do today will affect your future. The way youtake care of yourself or don’t take care of yourself can affect you in so manyways, both physically and mentally. Aging can bring new experiences, knowledge,and a greater ability to engineer a positive approach to the aging process. Oneof the top 12 keys to embracing aging is to take time for yourself. In today’sbusy world, we often juggle a lot of different responsibilities. We always maketime for others before we ever focus on ourselves. But taking time for yourselfhelps make you a better person for the people who rely on you. So, even if itis only for a few minutes a day, take some time for yourself. One of the waysyou may do that is by some form of social activity. Engaged people are oftenhealthier, happier, less depressed and demonstrate enhanced brain vitality.Being sociable can inspire a more positive outlook, enhance your self-esteem,keeps you connected to others, and helps reduce the risk of illness. Join us on Tuesday, May 16th at 12pm for this virtual workshop. Register online at
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