I was renting a clinic space in a Pilates studio several years back when I heard one of the teachers remark, "Stabilize, then Mobilize... Stabilize then Mobilize".
The benefits of writing for the mind are vast. You can ignore the importance of regularly jotting down diary or personal experiences, but it can be incredibly impactful. No one should stay glued to the phone or television screen without practicing some notes writing skills. Among other benefits, the act of writing makes it easier to remember content and improves the brain's stamina and ability to remain vigilant. In this blog, we will look at the various reasons why writing is recommended for older adults.
Members of the 55+ community are at the golden age where a lot of life plans are hopefully coming together. However, there is still a lot to think about and figure out. Regardless of age, putting it all on paper is essential to increase the holding capacity and organization of the mind. This must be practiced to form a habit of jotting down the necessary information. Here are a few reasons why it is so beneficial to make writing part of your daily routine:
There are seemingly endless benefits to writing, and it should be a common practice for everyone. Whether writing with a pen or a keyboard, the act of intentionally recording a thought is incredibly valuable. Writing can act as a mental exercise, which will be especially useful if made into a routine. It's a stimulation mechanism for the brain because it can have a better perspective on other people's emotions. It is essential that everyone 55+ practice writing as a way of life. You don't need a constructive topic, make it whatever you want!
Are you looking for a place to share your writing? Do you have experiences and advice to share with the world? Consider submitting your work to be published on the Cantissimo Senior Living blog! Learn more at https://www.cantissimoseniorliving.com/submit-a-blog-post
Not sure where to start? Check out our blog post, 10 Tips to Overcome Writer's Block!