The ASHA Way of Life
Having made the decision to look for retirement facilities that best suit your needs, you might be wondering how your life would change on moving in. There is good news and bad news. The good news is that your life is going to change—for the better. You are going to find more time for yourself. You would find yourself spend a couple of days reading up on the book that you have been wanting to read and finishing it at your own pace (with absolutely nothing that demands your attention).
You are going to think about life with such zest that would remind you of your sophomore years. The only difference is you have what you didn’t have back then. A lot of time and retrospective knowledge about the world and yourself that is going to help you connect effortlessly with other residents, thus building aclosely knitted group around you.
“For many, retirement is a time for personal growth, which becomes the path to greater freedom.”
"Be determined to handle any challenge in a way that will make you grow.”
"Embracing a healing presence requires you to just be in the moment together.”
"What if we recharged ourselves as often as we do our phones?"