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The holiday celebrations looked a lot different for most people this season. However, something that hasn’t changed is the opportunity to welcome a new year. Because 2020 presented so many unique challenges, ranging from unprecedented political strife to a global health pandemic, many people are ready to move ahead. If you are looking for a fresh start in 2021, you aren’t alone.
Even during calmer times, many people see January as a month to reflect and renew. If you aren’t someone who believes in setting new year’s resolutions, just think back on the highs and lows of the previous 12 months. These suggestions can help you get started.
A Time of Renewal
Senior Eats Blog
If one of the changes you’d like to make in 2021 is to improve your diet, you will find some helpful information on our Senior Eats blog. From heart healthy grocery shopping tips to creative meal ideas for single seniors, we encourage you to bookmark the blog and stop back often.