Updated 11/22/2021: I am continuing to edit the older posts for this topic before proceeding to the new words. This is a very popular topic. Thanksgiving 2021 is this week, so be sure and check out my Gratitude posts from 2020. Just search for gratitude in the search box. I will be continuing the topic of Dementia into December, with some gift ideas for people suffering from Dementia.
So, this week’s word is Auspicious. Remember, there are 100 words altogether, so this is a lengthy challenge. In your journal write the word, and definition 10 times each, then say the word and definition out loud 10 times each. Go back over all the previous words, reading them out loud 10 times each. How are you doing so far? This is our 6th word. You can find the other words in the archives. Some more challenging ways to help improve memory and remember your words are to write a poem using the word of the week, or all the words. Draw a picture story, write a story, create a funny song. There is a short video below to help you learn more about the word, auspicious.
Taking care of your memory is such an important issue, especially with the rise in Dementia and Alzheimer’s diseases. If you would like to work with me on other ways to improve your memory, click the contact button and send me a message to set up a free meet and greet via email.
One great way that has proven to help prevent Dementia and improve cognition, and memory, is exercise. Check out my Walking Buddy Plan. It is affordable and walking is a great way to exercise, especially if you do not exercise, or have not in a while. You can use the contact form at the end of this post to send me an email with any questions. I am working on some free printables for my Mailchimp subscribers to help with learning and remembering the words on the list.
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