How High Do You Bounce? Building Resilience
Many people are feeling overwhelmed, fatigued, and stressed due to current events. With stress identified as a global health epidemic, it is now more important than ever to build resiliency skills to manage and thrive. Highly resilient people have the ability to adapt, recover and grow stronger from adverse situations. Learn what characteristics these resilient people possess that help them create opportunities from challenges, and how YOU can also nurture and strengthen your resilience.
We all know someone who is providing care for someone else. It is a rewarding experience for most, but caregivers experience many difficult emotions and losses along their journey. This workshop will focus on overcoming the challenges of caregiving and will examine caregiver stress and burnout - how to recognize them and how to prevent it with techniques for self-care. This session is geared towards those who care for older adults, though all the self-care techniques are valuable for any caregiver, those of infants through older adults.
Simplify Your Life by Clearing the Clutter
Does the clutter in your house cause you stress? Do you have at least one room that is off limits to company? Is the clutter a cause for conflict with other family members? Do you want less clutter but you are too overwhelmed to begin? Many of us struggle to keep up with the clutter in our lives. If this sounds like you or someone you know, come and learn ways to organize your life in order to de-clutter and reduce stress.
Who Gets Grandma’s Pie Plate
Almost all individuals have valued personal belongings. Have you ever considered how to pass along your important possessions? This session features information about the importance of making a plan for passing along your personal possessions. Explore ways to talk to family members about the difficult subject of distributing family items with emotional and sentimental value while still keeping relationships intact.
Being Mindful in a Stressful World
During difficult or stressful times, our mental, emotional and physical health can suffer from the disconnect that can happen between ourselves and life. Mindfulness is the act of paying purposeful attention to the present moment. It offers us a way to enjoy our lives more and reduce stress through a few simple practices. This program will help participants explore benefits of mindfulness meditation and teach them techniques that reduce stress and increase life satisfaction.
Someday is Today, Live Your Bucket List
Are there things in your life that you’ve wanted to accomplish but haven’t? Are there personal goals that would bring you joy and fulfillment, but are always put on the back burner because “life happens?” Do you say things like, “I’ll get to that someday,” or “When things slow down I’d like to try that?” If you’ve answered “yes” to these questions, then you need to work on your bucket list. A bucket list is simply a list of things you’d like to do in your lifetime. The point of a bucket list is to help you live your life to the fullest. Come and learn how to create your own bucket list and set exciting goals to pursue your interests and fulfill your dreams.