This month featuring Elizabeth Burnett, Mills Center Director
How is it possible that it’s holiday time already? So much has happened this year that it is sometimes hard to keep everything in balance. It’s more important than ever to feed our body, mind and spirit. We spend so much time trying to stay physically healthy and can listen to our bodies tell us when it’s time to eat and be more active.
Our mental health is equally important but often signs to pay attention aren’t as clear. Crossword puzzles, Sudoku and trivia can keep minds engaged. Staying connected with others can be one way to support emotional health. Facetime, writing letters, email and zoom are some popular ways to stay in touch, so can attending some of the limited activities at our centers. Mills Activity and Dining center will be adding two activities to the December calendar. Please see the schedule inside and sign up to reserve your spot. We will be limited to 10 participants in order to maintain social distance.
To nourish the soul for many people involves spiritual practices. One benefit of the time we are living in is that technology can provide ways to be involved in these activities without being physically present. Others find soul-tending in quiet reflection, reading or journaling. While we continue to navigate these times please remember to feed your body, mind and spirit in whatever way that makes sense to you.
Remember this– No obstacle will leave you the way it found you. You will be better or worse. BE BETTER!