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23 March, 2016

5 Social Clubs You Should Join Today!

If you're not heading to an office or getting out and about each day as you once were, you may be missing out on important social interaction that can help you stay sharp, healthy and even boost your immune system.

Research has shown people who continue to maintain close friendships and find ways to interact socially live longer than those who become isolated. Your physical and emotional health, along with cognitive function, increase when you remain socially involved and active.

How do you maintain an active social life?

Look for opportunities within these 5 categories for social clubs we should all be a part of:

1. A club based around your current interest. Do you love to play cards or read books? What about playing golf or doing arts and crafts? Find a club centered around your hobby and you’ll meet people who share common interests. Together, you can learn from one another and grow your skills.

2. A club or activity that challenges you. Have you always wanted to pick up a paint brush? What about bowling or yoga? Now is the time to try that hobby you’ve always been interested in. You’ll keep your mind active and sharp, along with meeting new people in club that challenges you.

3. A club that incorporates community or is intergenerational. Just as important as it is to surround yourself with like-minded people, it is also important to meet new people. Be open to befriending people who may have different interests. They may open a door to a new hobby, friendships and perspective on life.

4. A continued learning club or course. No longer are you on a dedicated career or already-set educational path. Now is the time to take a course just because it sparks your interest. You’ll gain new-found knowledge on a topic, along with social engagement and stimulation for your mind.A club that is volunteer-based. The biggest benefit most get from volunteering is the pride and satisfaction of adding service into their lives and making a difference in someone else’s life. Through a volunteer-based group, you’ll share your talents, help solve a problem, strengthen a group or community and connect to others.

5. A club that is volunteer-based. The biggest benefit most get from volunteering is the pride and satisfaction of adding service into their lives and making a difference in someone else’s life. Through a volunteer-based group, you’ll share your talents, help solve a problem, strengthen a group or community and connect to others.

From concerts and lectures to group trips, Sugar Hill’s activities coordinator develops a monthly calendar filled with social, cultural and wellness programs. Residents are free to do as much, or as little, as they wish. Contact us online here to find out more about Sugar Hill

 

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