This week saw a lot of interesting eldercare news out on the Twittersphere. If you’re on twitter and want to have your tweets featured on The Senior List make sure you follow us there. You can find us here @SeniorList. Same goes for Facebook, if you’re on Facebook make sure we’re connected up so we can talk there too. You can find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TheSeniorList or just put The Senior List into your search bar. OK, here are your Sunday morning tweets that caught our eye… Oh and enjoy your day!
The Pic Scanner App is a new “old photo scanner” that makes it easy to digitize your family pictures that are sitting in the shoe box. This might be one of our favorite products on Twitter this week. Here’s the description in the App Store: Love old photos? Then you will love this app. Scans up to four pics simultaneously, and crops them automatically. So easy! Preserve & share memories with friends and family. A “must-have” app for tbt, craft, genealogy, ancestry and digital scrapbooking lovers.
— Pic Scanner app (@PicScanner) March 1, 2015
If you needed inspiration this week (after digging out of all that snow), this sign may have done the trick for you. I love these kind of anonymous gestures!
If that weren’t enough, here’s some more inspiration for your Sunday morning!
Find your own path pic.twitter.com/wQlBLuqrlF
— banksy (@thereaIbanksy) February 14, 2015
Given today is the first day of March, this tweet seems appropriate!
I never thought of Bangkok at an optimal retirement destination but apparently some think it is!
— Stay-Play-Dine-Shop (@TravelSPDS) March 1, 2015
Unless you were buried in snow, and just dug out… You know that we lost generational icon Leonard Nimoy this week. He lived long, and he prospered.
— ANOVOS (@ANOVOS) February 27, 2015
You’d be surprised to know how many people are afraid to discuss real issues that affect aging adults. Topics like urinary incontinence and hemorrhoids affect a lot of people as they age, no reason to hide from these things… Let’s learn about them!
— RightAtHomeTC Team (@RightAtHomeTC) February 28, 2015
Finally – I found a nice one to end on. One of our favorite posts of all time. You’ll want to click through and read this letter if you haven’t already. Also, feel free to RT!
— The Senior List (@SeniorList) February 27, 2015