As we approach 2021, we are presented with an excellent opportunity to reflect on the things we have learned in the past year. Earlier this week, we released a collection of our most popular blog posts of the year. In this post, we'll bring your attention to ten posts you are most likely to have missed. We hope you enjoy the following posts!
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As 2020 comes to a close, it presents a great time to look back on this past year and reflect on our learnings. As a new brand, we are excited to share our first round-up of popular blog posts, as well as some you may have missed. We are also very grateful for all of you that have discovered Cantissimo Senior Living this year and decided to include our content in your daily routine. To complete the year, we have compiled the web's favorite Cantissimo Senior Living blogs from 2020. This is part one of two and features the most popular posts from the year. Enjoy!
As the temperature drops and the snow falls, it can become easier than ever to want to stay inside. The sun rises later, sets earlier, and it is more difficult to do anything outdoors. However, it is essential to get exercise all year, and we can't afford to take several months off. That cold chill shouldn't get in the way of our physical and mental health during the winter season. To help combat that lazy winter feeling, here are a few strategies to make it easier to stay active all year:
7. Find a Workout Partner
Sometimes it is hard to find the motivation to exercise. A workout partner can help keep you on track. When you are feeling lazy, they can hold you accountable. It can be helpful to have a workout partner to ensure you are doing the exercises correctly and completely. Not only that, but workout partners can make exercising more fun, so it becomes something to look forward to each day, rather than dreading it. Finally, it is safer to exercise with a partner. They can help identify problems and provide help in case of an accident.
Have you found yourself stuck in your writing? Perhaps your pen was flying across the page, and then it seems as if, suddenly, the creativity has run dry? This experience is commonly known as writer's block. It may be discouraging and even frustrating, but you are not alone. Writer's block is a normal sensation. To help get past this roadblock in your writing, consider the following tips!
Freewriting can be extremely helpful to plow through writer's block. The idea is to set a time limit (we recommend starting with 5 or 10 minutes) and just write. It does not have to be on the topic you were writing about before or even make much sense. Just get words and sentences on paper. This has been known to help inspire new ideas or get past those that were holding you back. Some of the most significant issues with writer's block are self-criticism and doubt, which prevent you from putting pen to paper in fear of anything you write being unworthy of saving. Sometimes, it helps to see it on paper, progress, and you can always go back and edit later.