- Write things down: Use an old-fashioned pencil and you’ll remember your grocery list or a new word more easily than if you had typed it. It helps you process the information: One study found that students who used a laptop in class mindlessly transcribed, while pen-and-paper note takers wrote down only what was important.
Exercising regularly, getting plenty of sleep, and eating a balanced diet are your first steps to a stronger, healthier mind. For an extra benefit, try squeezing in this easy task as often as you can. Here is the first of seven tasks: 1. Calcium keeps your brain cells healthy, and there’s Perhaps no better source than a glass of milk. One study found that subjects who’d recently had higher levels of an antioxidant called glutathi- one, which prevents cellular damage in the brain. Try to work in three 8-oz servings a day-skim and low-fat milk are just fine. If that’s too much, you can also get calcium from dark leafy greens, cheese and yogurt.
Next helping tasks to come in the next coming months.
Craft class Rescheduled from 3/23 for April 7th at 12:15 pm This new class will offer a different project each month. This month we will create a beautiful basket using a simple dollar store laundry basket and clothesline cord. This class is free—you supply your materials.
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HOW TO GROW A BETTER BRAIN
Exercising regularly, getting plenty of sleep, and eating a balanced diet are your first steps to a stronger, healthier mind. For an extra benefit, try squeezing in this easy task as often as you can.
Here is the second of seven tasks :
Wayne Gignac, Speaker, Author, & Magician will present Living a Legacy of Love, Laughter & Joy: Growing Older Gracefully. Wayne has one mission– make the world a better place, one smile at a time!! Come join us.
CHICKEN BREAST BAKE (Ed & Joe’s secret recipe) Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables and Dessert!
If you’re tired winter’s dark afternoons, hold on just a little while longer. Daylight saving time 2017 will start on March 12 at 2 a.m. On March 11 before you go to bed, you’ll need to set your clocks