Create Custom blog page or insert posts in any page as carousel or masonry blocks. Category ids can be filtered, means you can display posts from specific category or categories only. To start follow the steps bellow

1. Open the recent posts shortcode.
2. Select or fill in desired options

Category Id (optional)  :  Add ids of categories to filter, keep it blank for all categories (single or comma separated)
Number of item  :  Specify the number of recent posts to show.
Number of columns  :  Specify number of columns.
Show/hide item category labels  :  Show or hide category levels.
Show as carousel  : Show as carousel or masonry blocks

3 Column Carousel Example :

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No longer being able to drive is a huge loss

Recently a client of mine, 97 years young, has been struggling with the psychological loss of no longer being able to drive.  I am calling it a psychological loss, because in practical terms she stopped driving over 18 months ago, when she was quite ill for a period of time; ever since, she has talked […]
By : don.ewert | May 11, 2018

Why seniors find it hard to ask for help

Just last week the daughter of one of my clients sent me a note, saying “We are struggling with Mum’s short-term memory loss and her general resistance to external help. Is this typical in your experience?” I have to say it IS very common to encounter seniors who are reluctant to accept help that is […]
By : don.ewert | Apr 18, 2018

A week in the life of “Better Ways For Seniors”

One of the questions I get asked most frequently is “So what kinds of things do you do for people?” In a recent 7-day stretch, here are some of the less typical activities that made the list: ·        Brushing a dog and clipping her foot hair and toenails ·        Baking bread for Easter gifts ·        Making custom Easter […]
By : don.ewert | Apr 3, 2018

Does your dog give extra kisses when they feel guilty?

I had to share this lovely story from one of my senior clients this week. She has a beautiful golden retriever who is her constant companion, and who generally tries to keep my client near him as much as possible for “safekeeping”. In fact, whenever the client and I go anywhere in the car, even […]
By : don.ewert | Mar 22, 2018

Dance…your brain will love you for it!

Recently I posted an article about how physical exercise can give you an immediate mood boost, as well as protect your brain long term from decline. We also know that balance is a key concern for seniors; a single fall can be the event that forces a senior to have to stop living independently in their […]
By : don.ewert | Mar 22, 2018

Protect your brain for the rest of your life, from the inside out

In case you need any other reasons to exercise on a regular basis, I heard about more research just today, from neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki (wendysuzuki.com), who has been particularly focused on studying the benefits of exercise on 2 parts of the brain: The pre-frontal cortex (key for decision-making, focus, attention, personality) The temporal lobe/hippocampus (key […]
By : don.ewert | Mar 13, 2018

2 Column 4 Posts Masonry with pagination Example :

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No longer being able to drive is a huge loss

Recently a client of mine, 97 years young, has been struggling with the psychological loss of no longer being able to drive.  I am calling it a psychological loss, because in practical terms she stopped driving over 18 months ago, when she was quite ill for a period of time; ever since, she has talked […]
By : don.ewert | May 11, 2018

Why seniors find it hard to ask for help

Just last week the daughter of one of my clients sent me a note, saying “We are struggling with Mum’s short-term memory loss and her general resistance to external help. Is this typical in your experience?” I have to say it IS very common to encounter seniors who are reluctant to accept help that is […]
By : don.ewert | Apr 18, 2018

A week in the life of “Better Ways For Seniors”

One of the questions I get asked most frequently is “So what kinds of things do you do for people?” In a recent 7-day stretch, here are some of the less typical activities that made the list: ·        Brushing a dog and clipping her foot hair and toenails ·        Baking bread for Easter gifts ·        Making custom Easter […]
By : don.ewert | Apr 3, 2018

Does your dog give extra kisses when they feel guilty?

I had to share this lovely story from one of my senior clients this week. She has a beautiful golden retriever who is her constant companion, and who generally tries to keep my client near him as much as possible for “safekeeping”. In fact, whenever the client and I go anywhere in the car, even […]
By : don.ewert | Mar 22, 2018
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3 Column 6 Item Masonry Example :

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No longer being able to drive is a huge loss

Recently a client of mine, 97 years young, has been struggling with the psychological loss of no longer being able to drive.  I am calling it a psychological loss, because in practical terms she stopped driving over 18 months ago, when she was quite ill for a period of time; ever since, she has talked […]
By : don.ewert | May 11, 2018

Why seniors find it hard to ask for help

Just last week the daughter of one of my clients sent me a note, saying “We are struggling with Mum’s short-term memory loss and her general resistance to external help. Is this typical in your experience?” I have to say it IS very common to encounter seniors who are reluctant to accept help that is […]
By : don.ewert | Apr 18, 2018

A week in the life of “Better Ways For Seniors”

One of the questions I get asked most frequently is “So what kinds of things do you do for people?” In a recent 7-day stretch, here are some of the less typical activities that made the list: ·        Brushing a dog and clipping her foot hair and toenails ·        Baking bread for Easter gifts ·        Making custom Easter […]
By : don.ewert | Apr 3, 2018

Does your dog give extra kisses when they feel guilty?

I had to share this lovely story from one of my senior clients this week. She has a beautiful golden retriever who is her constant companion, and who generally tries to keep my client near him as much as possible for “safekeeping”. In fact, whenever the client and I go anywhere in the car, even […]
By : don.ewert | Mar 22, 2018

Dance…your brain will love you for it!

Recently I posted an article about how physical exercise can give you an immediate mood boost, as well as protect your brain long term from decline. We also know that balance is a key concern for seniors; a single fall can be the event that forces a senior to have to stop living independently in their […]
By : don.ewert | Mar 22, 2018

Protect your brain for the rest of your life, from the inside out

In case you need any other reasons to exercise on a regular basis, I heard about more research just today, from neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki (wendysuzuki.com), who has been particularly focused on studying the benefits of exercise on 2 parts of the brain: The pre-frontal cortex (key for decision-making, focus, attention, personality) The temporal lobe/hippocampus (key […]
By : don.ewert | Mar 13, 2018

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