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                    [post_content] => For some people, aging creeps up on us. One day, it seems as if you’ve never felt so young—you’re spending time with family and friends, travelling and leading a positive lifestyle, and then over time, you realize you maybe can’t do the same things that you used to. For some, this comes in the form of physical health, and for others, mental health. But it doesn’t always have to be this way… There are ways to feel confident in your age. We’re here to tell you our top ways to implement healthy aging, no matter where you are in life.

Maintain Good Cognitive Health

Putting in effort to maintain good cognitive health can go a long way. Some people will choose to read one book a month or listen to podcasts on a daily basis as ways to keep their cognition up to date and their mind active. In addition to implementing reading, others might try to do puzzles and crosswords, keep up with news or stay connected with their family and friends through technology.

Maintain Good Mental Health

Though cognitive health is important, we think that maintaining proper mental health is just as important! By having a clear understanding of your mental health, you are able to understand your health and your emotions, and how they are both connected. Maintaining your mental health can be done in many ways. Some may choose to keep a daily journal, where they can reflect on their day-to-day, while others may choose to implement activities like yoga, meditation, or Tai Chi. No matter the form you choose, these practices can often be implemented easily at home.

Be Physically Active

Maintaining your physical health as you age is another key component to aging gracefully. This doesn’t mean that you should have a goal of losing weight, gaining muscle, or running a half marathon, but more so, that you should try to move your body on a daily basis. Whether that means walking around your neighbourhood each morning, attending a drop-in fitness centre or walking to the store instead of driving, there are small habits that can make a lifetime of difference.

Put Yourself Out There and Make New Friendships

Creating new friendships can make it feel as if you aren’t aging alone. Sure, you have your family and friends, but there’s always room for more connections in your life. Maybe you’re thinking of picking up a new hobby or returning to an old hobby that you enjoyed years ago, there are so many things you can start at any age. Some people choose to let their creativity flow and join a pottery class or a drop-in painting class at the local community centre, while others may choose to attend an art exhibit or a farmer’s market to meet other likeminded individuals. Like we said earlier, aging is inevitable, but you can still take control of your life! And the first step in doing so is accepting that you are growing older. Whether you challenge yourself to read one book a month, join a club, or implement an exercise regime, you can obtain a more positive outlook on life. By following some of these tips and tricks, you’re bound to see your age in a positive light. Have you heard? 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We know many people have health and fitness goals on their list of New Year’s Resolutions this year, but sometimes it can be hard to keep up with them. That’s why we’ve created a list of 5 different physical activities you can integrate into your life for 2020. Yoga From added flexibility, to mindfulness, to breathing exercises, yoga can offer benefits at any age. As a muscle-strengthening activity, yoga can assist aging individuals in their day-to-day life by strengthening their core muscles and balancing abilities. In addition to these benefits, yoga also offers individuals time out of their day to focus on themselves, even if only for 30-minutes. Zumba Who doesn’t like to let loose every once in a while?! Zumba is a fitness program created by Alberto Pérez in the late 1990’s. This form of exercise incorporates interval training by alternating fast and slow rhythms to Latin and international music with dance moves in an up-beat and positive atmosphere. Some benefits of Zumba include calorie burning, boosting your heart health and improving coordination. Walking Groups Joining a walking group is one of the easiest ways to stay physically active. Not only does it offer you exercise, but it also offers you a support group of individuals who are striving for the same goals as you – to age in a healthy manner. Golf Golf is a great low-risk exercise option for individuals looking to maintain an adequate level of exercise. Though most individuals shy away from extreme physical activities like cycling and long-distance running, golfing is a great option for those looking to participate in a group activity. In addition to these physical benefits, golf also offers neural benefits in the form of strategic thinking. Simple Strength Training If joining a walking club or attending a class at a gym doesn’t fit your schedule, you can always practice at-home exercises. Investing in a small set of weights can really go a long way as an easy and inexpensive option. Whether you’re lifting 5lbs or 15lbs a couple of hours a week, you’re bound to see a positive difference in your strength when it comes to day-to-day tasks. 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Youth and young adults often get a bad rap for being glued to their phones, but they may be on to something… Have you ever thought of embracing technology, yourself? Studies show that nearly 70% of the aging population are now online. Whether it’s to stay engaged with current events and politics, to stay connected with far away family members, or to online shop, the aging generation is constantly learning new uses for technology. But the aging population isn’t just using technology to reach out to their grandkids, or to watch a movie on Netflix, they’re also using it to improve their quality of life. This increasing use of technology by the aging population isn’t just used for leisure, there are many different technological platforms used for accessibility and health reasons. Take TELUS Personal Health. As a leading telecommunications provider, TELUS released their Babylon health application in early 2019. The free mobile healthcare app acts as a personal doctor. Additionally, the company has created applications and devices that aide in home security and personal health. Though these sorts of things have been seen in the past with wearable devices that detect falls or injuries, the idea of a “smart” space is becoming increasingly popular. Here at Malloway, we offer spaces that age with you, no matter what stage of your life you’re at. Whether that means wider hallways that are wheelchair and walker accessible, the ability to lower cabinetry in your kitchen, or the ability to install automatic or remote powered blinds in your living space, our homes offer adaptability and change that works for you. So now that you’ve learned a bit more about Malloway’s relationship with technology, what more are you waiting for? Right now, Malloway is offering four new homes, move-in ready, and you’ll save $10,000! 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Practicing and maintaining your mental wellness is important at any age, but even more so as we begin to get older. Though the stress of your 9-to-5 may be long gone, depending on when you’ve decided to retire, the stress of day-to-day lives on. Whether that stress presents itself in the form of daily tasks performed around the house or monthly bills that need to be paid, stress shouldn’t be taken lightly, and should be as top of mind as your physical health. We’re here to tell you how you can incorporate a bit of mindfulness into your daily routine, even if it’s only for a short 10 minutes

Meditation is becoming increasingly popular as a form of stress relief for your body and mind. In addition to its ability to relive stress, meditation also provides a variety of other lesser-known health benefits. By entering a deep state of relaxation, meditation refreshes and revitalizes your body all while giving you some peace of mind in your day-to-day.

Meditation also aides in our emotions. Setting time aside to focus on yourself can help reduce negative emotions. Even if you’re worrying about the smallest of things, taking a moment out of your day to breathe deeply and pause can help greatly.

Finally, meditation supports a peaceful sleep. Stress, no matter what it’s about, can often stop us from getting a good night’s sleep. The next time you experience a restless night, why not try a 3-minute meditation session? Setting aside a couple of minutes each evening to tune out the noise and collect yourself can help prepare you for a calm and easy-going evening.

You might be asking, “well where do I start?” Meditation can be practiced virtually anywhere, whether that’s in your house, on a walk, or even at a wellness and meditation studio in a guided meditation format. Here’s a list of some of our favourite places in the Chilliwack/Sardis area to practice mindfulness and meditation.

Sardis Park 45897 Lake Drive

Sardis Park is one of our favourite places in Sardis. Not only does it have a 655-metre outer loop trail for walking, but it also has a pond are where you can watch the birds . Whether you’re going for a morning jog or an early afternoon walk, taking a break to sit down along this trail makes for the perfect spot to meditate.

Studio B Yoga #8-45540 Market Way

Yoga is an amazing way to learn more about yourself. It helps you understand your body’s inner workings and find peace within yourself in your day-to-day life. The best part? Studio B Yoga offers a variety of classes for a variety of ages and competencies. From their standard yoga classes to yoga for seniors and mindfulness classes, the studio has everything you’ll need.

Amethyst Books & Essence 8989 Young Road

Sure, actively practicing meditation is important, but sometimes reading up on a new hobby can be helpful as well. At Amethyst Books and Essence, you can find an abundance of information on spirituality and the healing arts. With products and books ranging from incense, sage, and dedicated yoga and meditation books, you’re bound to find some products that can help you start this journey!

With all this information about meditation and mindfulness, you might still be on the fence about starting up a routine. But sometimes, it’s as easy as downloading an app. With its increase in popularity, guided meditation sessions are widely available online. Whether you’re using an app on your phone, YouTube, or a music streaming service, you’re bound to find some insightful guided meditations. In addition to the health benefits listed above, meditation also offers benefits such as reducing blood pressure and boosting our immune system. By increasing concentration and creating a bit of “me time” each week, meditation offers individuals of all ages the ability to feel at ease.

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Plus, with a variety of malls, restaurants and local stores, you’ve got everything you need in one place. Chilliwack, in particular, is a booming metropolitan area. According to Statistics Canada, Chilliwack was the third fastest-growing census metropolitan area going from 93,882 in 2011 to 101,512 individuals in 2016! There’s no wonder why we chose to develop our property here! Malloway Village, located amongst all that Sardis has to offer, is an exclusive new collection of rancher style homes in a beautiful gated community that is ideal for individuals and couples aged 45+. Not only is Chilliwack a quieter, more relaxed area to live in, it’s also considerably less expensive. With average home prices in Vancouver costing nearly $1.5 million for a single-detached house, or $650,000 for an apartment, many people find themselves struggling to find their dream retirement home. In Chilliwack, you get all the fun with more bang for your buck. On top of a more affordable price tag that doesn’t compromise on style or space, Chilliwack offers a wide range of accessible activities for retirees and their families. With family-friendly activities like camping at Cultus Lake or a weekend getaway in Harrison Hot Springs only half an hour away, you’ll feel as if you’ve left the busy city life completely. Chilliwack is also a nature lovers dream, with local hikes and walking trails, some of which are open year-round in the heart of the city. Did we mention that Chilliwack is a city that’s dedicated to developing a vibrant community life? With a variety of festivals throughout the year, like Party in the Park, Flight Fest and the Fraser Valley Food Truck Festival, the city is a year-round family attraction! Now, these are just a few reasons why the Fraser Valley is becoming an increasingly popular place for retirees to settle down, but there are so many more! Why not check them out for yourself? Malloway Village is offering $10,000 in upgrade allowance with no GST. Contact us today to learn more about this limited-time offer. 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The City of Chilliwack has so much to offer that often gets over-looked, so we’ve created our top 5 places to visit. Harvest Store + Café 9381 Mill Street This quaint café located on Chilliwack’s Mill Street is the number one place to stop by on your weekend stroll. Whether you’re headed in for a late Sunday morning brunch, or you’re running in to grab some sweets for your morning coffee, you’re bound to find something delicious. The Button Box 9369 Mill Street Why not shop around at The Button Box? As Chilliwack’s one-stop-shop for women’s fashion, beauty, and home décor, The Button Box has a variety of great items for yourself or your home. Frankie’s Italian Kitchen + Bar 7350 Vedder Road Spend your next date night at Frankie’s Italian Kitchen + Bar. Featuring delicious Italian food, great craft cocktails and an extensive wine list to boot, you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported to a quaint Italian community. The Local Harvest Market 7697 Lickman Road The Local Harvest Market boasts an abundance of fresh and local produce all year round. From colourful vegetables to fresh-baked goodies like muffins and bread, you’re sure to leave with a basket of goodies. Sardis Park 45897 Lake Drive Start your mornings with a brisk walk through Sardis Park. This 5-hectare park features a pond and a 655-metre outer looping trail, allowing visitors to take in the beautiful views. This park has been a staple in Chilliwack since 1971 and even acts as the grounds for the Eco Market, which is open from 4pm until 8pm every Wednesday from May to October. Have you heard? We have a Fall Sales Event going on! Get $10,000 in upgrade allowance and no GST. Prices start at $499,900. Contact us today for more information. 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Don’t miss out, this offer is only available for a short period of time! Malloway Village is a luxurious gated community for individuals aged 45+, perfectly situated among nearby golf courses, lakes and fine-dining restaurants in the heart of the Sardis community in Chilliwack. Available in various floor plans, ranging from 1200 to 1900 square feet, our homes feature open living spaces, contemporary high-end finishings and large, covered patios offering ultimate comfort for your happiest life. Our houses are built with the retiree lifestyle in mind, which means that your home ages with you. With wide hallways and doorways, homeowners have the option to incorporate aids like grab bars in showers and bathtubs, the option to lower cabinetry in the kitchen and electrical plugins by windows to allow for motorized blinds, you won’t have to worry about future renovations for your home. 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  Adult living residences are ideal for adults who are “empty nesters” living in their large family homes, and who may want to downsize to a more practical lifestyle. Also known as an active adult community, adult living is a new term and isn’t necessarily for adults of retirement age. They are lively communities for individuals and couples as young as 45 years of age. If you’re wondering if an adult living community is right for you, we’re here to tell you why it may be perfect for your lifestyle. A cornerstone of adult living is the social connection and community you create when living in a neighbourhood with like-minded individuals. There’s no better way to maintain an active social life than creating new friendships with others. Though living in your long-time family home may seem second-nature to all of us, living in a community where you have an abundance of friends and social experiences within walking distance means you’ll create meaningful and long-lasting relationships with those around you. Having a positive social experience in your older years contributes greatly to your overall health and wellness. Adult living allows individuals to invest their money into what they want rather than what they have to, whether that’s paying for a monthly gardening service you don’t need or a mortgage for a property you don’t enjoy. According to a CBC article, more and more Canadians aged 55 and older are reporting higher levels of happiness that aren’t necessarily dependent on financial income. The report detailed that 44% of Canadians making a yearly salary of $40,000 or less reported a high-level of happiness despite their standard income.
Adult living takes the worry out of your day-to-day by becoming your one-stop-shop for family and entertainment purposes. Amenities included at our homes range from clubhouse meeting areas and tennis and pickle ball courts for our owners and their guests to use at their leisure. Our houses also feature fully-fenced pet friendly backyards, double garages and driveways for each home and utilities including state-of-the-art geothermal heating and air conditioning.
In addition to a positive ongoing social life and the ability to have financial control, adult living promotes an overall simplified lifestyle. Though this may seem like a given, ease of life isn’t always top of mind when it comes to our living spaces. Now that you’ve got all the facts, what are you waiting for? Malloway Village offers a gated community where environmental values are intact. For more information, visit https://mallowayvillage.ca/about-malloway-village/.
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You're invited!
Please drop by and view our Malloway Village fully furnished Dogwood and Sycamore display homes and see what all the excitement is about.
Here is a sneak peek at our Willow rancher style home, offering 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a den. This home also includes double driveway and side by side garage, fenced in yard and central air conditioning, all for only $499,900!
You can choose homes with immediate possession dates, or a few months from now or even all the way into late spring of 2020.
Malloway Village New Show Homes open daily 1:00-4:00, except Fridays
6211 Chilliwack River Road, Chilliwack, BC
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You're invited! Malloway Village gated 45 and over community.
Please drop by and view our Malloway Village fully furnished Sycamore and Dogwood display homes and see what all the excitement is about.
Here is a look at our Sycamore rancher style home in the display version, offering 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a den. This spacious plan is available in 1,426-1,527 sq ft. Many built in safety features include wider hallways and doorways, 5' showers with built in seats, optional grab bars and comfort height toilets. All homes also include a double driveway and side by side garage, fenced in pet friendly yard and central air conditioning. They all come with blinds and appliances as well. The Sycamore home is available for only $549,900!
Malloway Village New Show Homes open daily 1:00-4:00, except Fridays. Move in immediately or into next year.
6211 Chilliwack River Road, Chilliwack, BC
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Maintain Good Cognitive Health

Putting in effort to maintain good cognitive health can go a long way. Some people will choose to read one book a month or listen to podcasts on a daily basis as ways to keep their cognition up to date and their mind active. In addition to implementing reading, others might try to do puzzles and crosswords, keep up with news or stay connected with their family and friends through technology.

Maintain Good Mental Health

Though cognitive health is important, we think that maintaining proper mental health is just as important! By having a clear understanding of your mental health, you are able to understand your health and your emotions, and how they are both connected. Maintaining your mental health can be done in many ways. Some may choose to keep a daily journal, where they can reflect on their day-to-day, while others may choose to implement activities like yoga, meditation, or Tai Chi. No matter the form you choose, these practices can often be implemented easily at home.

Be Physically Active

Maintaining your physical health as you age is another key component to aging gracefully. This doesn’t mean that you should have a goal of losing weight, gaining muscle, or running a half marathon, but more so, that you should try to move your body on a daily basis. Whether that means walking around your neighbourhood each morning, attending a drop-in fitness centre or walking to the store instead of driving, there are small habits that can make a lifetime of difference.

Put Yourself Out There and Make New Friendships

Creating new friendships can make it feel as if you aren’t aging alone. Sure, you have your family and friends, but there’s always room for more connections in your life. Maybe you’re thinking of picking up a new hobby or returning to an old hobby that you enjoyed years ago, there are so many things you can start at any age. Some people choose to let their creativity flow and join a pottery class or a drop-in painting class at the local community centre, while others may choose to attend an art exhibit or a farmer’s market to meet other likeminded individuals. Like we said earlier, aging is inevitable, but you can still take control of your life! And the first step in doing so is accepting that you are growing older. Whether you challenge yourself to read one book a month, join a club, or implement an exercise regime, you can obtain a more positive outlook on life. By following some of these tips and tricks, you’re bound to see your age in a positive light. Have you heard? We have a New Year’s Sales Event going on! 4 New Homes, move-in ready and save $10,000 Prices start at $499,900. Contact us today for more information. [post_title] => Aging Gracefully: How to feel confident as you age [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => aging-gracefully-how-to-feel-confident-as-you-age [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2020-01-24 08:58:29 [post_modified_gmt] => 2020-01-24 16:58:29 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://mallowayvillage.ca/?p=8373 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) [comment_count] => 0 [current_comment] => -1 [found_posts] => 36 [max_num_pages] => 4 [max_num_comment_pages] => 0 [is_single] => [is_preview] => [is_page] => [is_archive] => 1 [is_date] => [is_year] => [is_month] => [is_day] => [is_time] => [is_author] => [is_category] => 1 [is_tag] => [is_tax] => [is_search] => [is_feed] => [is_comment_feed] => [is_trackback] => [is_home] => [is_privacy_policy] => [is_404] => [is_embed] => [is_paged] => [is_admin] => [is_attachment] => [is_singular] => [is_robots] => [is_favicon] => [is_posts_page] => [is_post_type_archive] => [query_vars_hash:WP_Query:private] => 01dea3942044a771aa87849591e5199a [query_vars_changed:WP_Query:private] => [thumbnails_cached] => [stopwords:WP_Query:private] => [compat_fields:WP_Query:private] => Array ( [0] => query_vars_hash [1] => query_vars_changed ) [compat_methods:WP_Query:private] => Array ( [0] => init_query_flags [1] => parse_tax_query ) )

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