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Fading Memories podcast 2h
Keep your brain strong! Tip-deal with pre-existing conditions that add to risk factors for Alzheimer’s, like hypertension, diabetes, or obesity. This is especially important for POC. Lifestyle choices can make a difference! You can learn more from me if you need.
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Fading Memories podcast 7h
Our current president is working hard to keep virtual meetings fun & engaging. Not an easy task but so far so good! 👍🏻
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Ronald Klain 8h
If you can vote by mail, that's great. But in some states you can't, and some people are "in-person voters." This new guide from , out today, on how to make in-person voting as safe as possible, is really important.
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Fading Memories podcast 8h
If you're looking for easy to read & understand articles on 's & - well, I've spent the pandemic working on those for you! Check out my website, find a topic, read. Not technical, medicinal or depressing, just informative.
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Fading Memories podcast 22h
I have a team for the Walk to End Alz. Hoping to get lots of neighbors to walk w/me since we're social distance walking this year. Different, maybe it'll bring more awarness. You don't have to walk with us, but I'd appreciate a donation if you can.
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Fading Memories podcast Aug 11
Going to be recording with Jason of Make Grandma Smile later this afternoon. We had to postpone because of the tornado that was happening in his area yesterday. It's going to be a fun one, we've got guests coming on to play a game.
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Fading Memories podcast Aug 11
Replying to @fdspodcast7
Some weeks I cram so much into Monday's Tuesday's feel like Thursday. Going to stop doing treat to myself.
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Fading Memories podcast Aug 11
Be honest, who feels like this more weeks than not? 2020 has been the longest (& sometimes fastest) year I've lived through and I've had a few.
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Fading Memories podcast Aug 11
Replying to @JaniceSwink
I'm sure it did. Rest, sunshine & breathing are good. Hope the rest of your day is better. Here's a flower for you.
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Fading Memories podcast Aug 11
Replying to @JaniceSwink
Research is showing more & more how important sleep is for our brains.
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Fading Memories podcast Aug 11
"Your breakfast looks good!"
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Fading Memories podcast Aug 11
Rotarians never stop!
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Fading Memories podcast Aug 11
Important conversation about making work & caregiving work together. Check it out. Links on my website Lots of other great stuff over there too!
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Fading Memories podcast Aug 10
Replying to @r8dr4lfe75
Well, it's not really going to build muscle & the cardio seems weak. TBH, this looks like porn lite.
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Fading Memories podcast Aug 10
Replying to @r8dr4lfe75
😲uh, no?
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Fading Memories podcast Aug 10
Tomorrow's episode is an important conversation about supporting caregivers who are still working. As the population of people living with Alzheimer’s grows it's going to become more and more important that we find ways to balance caregiving & employment & life.
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Pod Save America Aug 10
Trump is currently suing to eliminate protections for pre-existing conditions.
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Fading Memories podcast Aug 10
Replying to @JaniceSwink
Awesome! Don't think I ever saw butterflies on my butterfly Bush.
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Fading Memories podcast Aug 10
are people of action. Despite social distancing & more, our local club is still managing to make things happen. It wasn't until recently that being a Rotarian is like being a . Guess that's why I love it! (Club Pres. giving air high fives at a recent event)
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Fading Memories podcast Aug 10
Replying to @JaniceSwink
If everyone understood the financial impact to their communities awareness would happen overnight. Then maybe we could work on the emotional needs. 🤷🏼‍♀️
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