Memory Care: Learn A New Word A Week

Welcome back!  I missed my Sweating on Sunday post, yesterday.  We had some nasty storms come through, and I just didn’t get on.  This series, Memory Care, is the most popular posts for likes, and views, of any that I have done yet.  It shows me people are really concerned with their Memory Care, and so they should be.  The word for this week is, Circumnavigate.

You should have a journal, with at least 14 words in it now.  Look up the meaning, and write it ten times.  Then say it out loud ten times.  Use the word in a sentence.  Think of synonyms, write a funny paragraph, or use pictures.  Whatever will help you remember.  Then go back over all the other words.  You should really be starting to easily remember the words at the top of the list.  You have been repeating them for 14 weeks.  Close your eyes and test yourself, or make a test by writing the word, and no definition, and then you fill it in.

Good luck!  See you next week.

Easter is this coming Sunday, and I still have not decided what to eat, except for dessert, lol.  Ham is definitely out.  I was at Trader Joe’s today, because I love them, but their ham was 62 dollars.  Argh I almost laughed out loud!  Not only is ham awful for me, but at that price forget it.  If you don’t know, Trader Joe’s is all organic, but much more affordable than Whole Foods, or even Publix, and I love Publix.  If you have CKD, and come across this post, let me know what healthy options you are having.  I will share what I decide on Foodie Friday.  Might be salad, lol.

If you would like to learn more ways to meet your Memory Care goals, message me, using the contact form below,  to set up a free meet and greet.  I would love to work with you.

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My name is Melissa. I am a certified Health Coach, Holistic Coach, Kidney Coach, LPN, can coach in Herbalism, Aromatherapy, Guided Imagery, am level 2 Reiki certified, and I want to be your Health and Wellness Coach. I am continually learning and taking classes to expand my knowledge base.

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