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Open House at Woodlawn Commons November 13th
An Open House will take place at Woodlawn Commons on Friday, November 13th from 2 to 6 p.m. Apartments are available now in our enriched living program. Consider a move today to enjoy the many benefits of living in our community, or plan ahead by joining our waiting list. All attendees will take home a special gift with our compliments! Click here for more information.
Enjoy Great Food and Benefit The Wesley Community
The West Side Sports Bar & Grill at 112 Congress Street in Saratoga Springs will donate 20% of its food, beverage and take-out sales on November 18th between 5 and 8 p.m. to The Wesley Foundation for the Springs building renovation at Wesley Health Care Center.  A silent auction will take place and there will be an opportunity to win a $50 West Side gift certificate. Help us raise funds and have some fun at the same time!
Top CFO Award for The Wesley Community's Shelly Amato
Shelly Amato, CFO of The Wesley Community, was recognized as a top CFO in the Capital Region by The Albany Business Review at an awards luncheon in October. The winners were honored for outstanding performance in their roles as corporate financial stewards.

The Wesley Community is Your Resource for Senior Care

10 Life Lessons We Learn Too Late


By Jay Bazzinotti for Next Avenue


What Are the Lessons People Often Learn Too Late in Life?

1. Time passes much more quickly than you realize.

2. If you don’t take care of your body early then it won’t take care of you later. Your world becomes smaller each day as you lose mobility, continence and sight.

3. Sex and beauty may fade, but intimacy and friendship only grow.

4. People are far more important than any other thing in your life. No hobby, interest, book, work is going to be as important to you as the people you spend time with as you get older.

5. Money talks. It says “Goodbye.” If you don’t plan your finances for later in life, you’ll wish you had.

6. Any seeds you planted in the past, either good or bad, will begin to bear fruit and affect the quality of your life as you get older — for better or worse.

7. Jealousy is a wasted emotion. People you hate are going to succeed. People you like are going to sometimes do better than you did. Kids are going to be smarter and quicker than you are. Accept it with grace.

8. That big house you had to have becomes a bigger and bigger burden, even as the mortgage gets smaller. The cleaning, the maintenance, the stairs — all of it. Don’t let your possessions own you.

9. You will badly regret the things you didn’t do far more than the things you did that were “wrong” — the girl you didn’t kiss, the trip you didn’t take, the project you kept putting off, the time you could have helped someone. If you get the chance — do it. You may never get the chance again.

10. Every day you wake up is a victory.

Bonus: It’s never too late to become what you wanted to be or might have been if you start now.

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