Thanksgiving tradition at Longevity Nexum
Thanksgiving is a cherished holiday celebrated by millions of people. It’s a time when families and friends come together to express gratitude for the blessings in their lives, share delicious meals, and create lasting memories. The Longevity Nexum team would like to start this holiday by expressing the most profound gratitude toward our dedicated clients and supporters. We are grateful to have the opportunity to help so many individuals with creating opportunities that some never thought that would be possible. Allowing parents and grandparents participate in family events such as outdoor walks/hikes, playing with grandkids, playing in their annual family tag football game or apple picking at their local orchard.
Our team members would like to share some of their Thanksgiving traditions:
1.Family Forrest Walk
Living in the beautiful area of Simcoe county and Tiny, we are truly grateful to have access to some incredible walking trails. There is no better time to get outside to enjoy some quality family and friend time while being physically active and surrounded by nature.
With one of our Kinesiologists being a volunteer fire fighter, she donates her time to help her local fire department with a food drive collecting and delivering donations to those in need.
3. Friendly Football
As we are quickly approaching the colder months, enjoying the last few weeks of sunshine is essential. Spending as much time outside being active is definitely a priority for all of our team members. Whether is playing a friendly game of football, baseball or golf, being active and spending time with loved one is the primary goal
4. Family dinner and Friends giving
What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving than to spend it with your closest family and friends. Gathering together an aunt, uncle, grandparent or friends house is a long lived tradition that all our Kinesiologists share.
5. Leftover Creations
After the big feast, our Kinesiologists enjoy getting creative with Thanksgiving leftovers. Turkey sandwiches, turkey pot pie, and cranberry sauce pancakes are just a few examples of their creations that extend the holiday’s deliciousness.
Thanksgiving traditions are a beautiful reminder of the importance of gratitude, family, and community. Whether you’re savoring a home-cooked meal, watching a parade, or volunteering your time, these traditions help make Thanksgiving a special and meaningful holiday. As you celebrate this year, take a moment to reflect on the traditions that hold significance to you and what your going to do to ensure the traditions live on. Whether that means putting in the time and energy toward your health to ensure that you can join your family football game next year, you can help your family member do groceries or simply ensuring that you can do activities of daily living such as cleaning the house before guests arrive. Longevity Nexum values these traditions and wants to ensure you never have to miss our on your family walk because of a nagging injury or limitation.
We want to wish everyone a wonderful holiday and Happy Thanksgiving!