We know social connection is an essential component to whole person wellness. Long Michigan winters can put a damper on meaningful social connectivity leaving us feeling isolated in a cold and gray environment. While we may not have the ability to change winter weather, we can refocus our approach to time spent in winter by utilizing the Danish practice of Hygge (HUE-gah).
"The word hygge essentially translates to connection, coziness and fellowship — with forbearance and optimism thrown in for good measure. It’s finding joy in simple pleasures and communing with loved ones in a low-key, but meaningful way: sipping warm drinks, watching the snow fall, embracing (and making the best of) a cold climate. Winter is high season for hygge, since cold weather can be isolating." ... See MoreSee Less
Four Pointes - Center for Successful Aging shared their post.
Four Pointes will be CLOSED today due to weather. Stay safe and warm on this wintry Friday! ... See MoreSee Less
The lovely snow falling this morning is making things look quite festive! It also give us a great opportunity to remind everyone about our winter weather policy!!!
For the safety of our volunteer dri...