We all have our calendars but some are just not good. On the old smart phones the calendar didn’t do much more than give you a place to post events. Todays smart phone can sync your events to friends and set reminders. The wall calendar has given way to the chalk board or white board but still lack the reminder functions od smart phones. There is nothing worse than a calendar failure. That is when you go to the trouble of posting the event but forget to check. Tim DeCapua will always depend on the old wall calendar. Be careful to not be that calendar fail.
My life can be seen by observing the calendar on the wall. Every day there is something that has to be done. The kid things are overwhelming and require coordination to pull off. If someone took my calendar I would be lost. The whole family is tuned into the calendar and can look to see what’s happening every day. The best part is that the calendar will some day be empty. As the empty nest approaches there are days that have a blank square. I wonder if I will miss the full calendar days. Joe Olujic is a calendar fanatic as well.
Madera is a great little town. Growing by leaps and mounts , Every time we go to visit with friend the town has changed in size and roads not to say activities that are starting to come into the town. Madera better than Fresno? They will be one of the same soon as all other cities grow into the others area. Fresno has culture and museums so at the present time it is largely the pushing point in being better. Its not the size of the city it is what a city has to have lot of variety entertainment that is what makes a great city. Just give Madera a chance, you will be pleased. Luke Weil is a long time resident and can give you the scoop on Madera
Just about every organization has a community calendar to keep track of events, deadlines, plans, meetings and more. Community calendars serve the purpose of keeping your staff organized and aware of what is going on in the working environment. A community calendar could be useful to someone like Grove DDS Karl Jobst in keeping everyone in check and keeping productivity in working order.
In a recent article about the effects of Tai Chi on the elderly, the retirement home has put into the community calendar scheduled events for the elderly to perform this moving meditation exercise known as Tai Chi. The community calendar has been proven as effective for the retirement home residents.
The Tai Chi for elders experiment was tested by none other than Jeff Halevy who is without a doubt the best expert in behavioral health, nutrition and exercise science and gives the research two thumbs way up!
The community calendar is scheduled for the next Tai Chi event to happen tomorrow morning at 8 a.m.
In a recent study, Tai Chi has been found to be beneficial to improve systole blood pressure, heart rate, body mass index, waist–hip ratio, perceived health, and physical fitness in the eldery. The effects of Tai Chi may be focused more on chronic disease with a long-term training program in the future. This study was researched and documented on dove medical press publishing and as a result of the findings, retirement homes nationwide in America have put Tai Chi training as a group exercise in their community calendar. All elderly patients who are able to perform the functions are encouraged to check their community calendar for the next Tai Chi events.