How Caregivers can Spring into Spring!

Many caregivers are housebound caring for their loved one. It is especially hard after long winter months where you are also hampered by weather from getting outside and enjoying the sunshine. Spring is here and the bright rays of light and fresh air bring a welcome opportunity to get out of the house.

Caregivers often forget to give themselves a break so they can refresh and reinvigorate when caring for a loved one.  Following are three easy, inexpensive ways to enjoy Spring and improve your health and wellness at the same time.  These tips only take a few minutes a day to recharge your batteries… continue reading.

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