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Why Active Older Adults Should Dance Their Way to Winter Fitness

Times where that going to a dance meant dressing up and looking your best to impress. Today, dance is recognized as a great form of exercise for all ages, especially active older adults in senior living communities. It is not only good for your body, but also a fun and entertaining way to get and stay fit. So, ditch the treadmill and spinner and consider how much there is to be gained by dancing your way to winter fitness.

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Resident Spotlight: Bob Gruber

The StoneBridge at Winton Woods Resident of the Month for January 2022 is Bob Gruber. Bob is the author of The Golden Kingdom.  Bob shared that he started writing this book more than 20 years ago. He said he had…

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Tips for Active Older Adults to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

If you’re like most active older adults, you may have made some New Year’s resolutions for 2022. Among the most popular are self-care oriented ones like lose some weight, get more exercise, eat healthier, cut back on drinking, and quit smoking. But even the most determined seniors among us will likely end in failure when it’s time to actually do what they resolved to do, even with the support of their friends in their senior living community. For those who have tried and failed year after year, you may ask yourself, “Will this be the year I keep my New Year’s resolutions?” Maybe so if you try these tips for success.

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Brighten Your Senior Living Home Year-Round with Indoor Plants

House plants are a great addition to the décor of a senior living home as they bring a sense of freshness, fill empty spaces and can even help keep the air clean. For active older adults who love gardening, are considering new hobbies, or just enjoy plants in their home, there’s a plant for every space. Take a look at what plants can do and which ones thrive in different areas.

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10 Great Day Trips in the Cincinnati Area for Active Older Adults

If you’re an active senior who lives in the Cincinnati area, May is a great month to go out for a drive and explore! There are some outstanding attractions in the greater Cincinnati area and within an easy drive of the active adult community of StoneBridge at Winton Woods, and we’ve put together a list of some ones you may know of and some unique ones you might not have heard of. The weather is warm and pleasant, so take your pick and have a great time!

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