When it’s raining, your visits with your parents may not be exactly as you’d planned. You might have discussed going on a nature walk, but that’s out due to the storms. Don’t cancel your visit, watch one of these uplifting documentaries with them instead.
Down to Earth With Zac Efron
Tour the world with High School Musical’s Zac Efron as he seeks a simpler, kinder lifestyle that’s better for the environment and for himself. He delves into everything from sustainable living to reducing pollution.
The Great British Baking Show
While there can be a few arguments and tempers, The Great British Baking Show is engaging and inspires the inner chef. Amateur bakers compete against each other to create replicas of the professional chef’s creations. It’s hard to watch this show without wanting to jot down the recipes and head into the kitchen to see how close you’ll come.
Jiro Dreams of Sushi
Elderly Jiro Ono is known for his magnificent sushi creations. He’s considered to be the best in the world. He feels he could be better. This documentary explores his creations and skill.
The Kindness Diaries
In this documentary, Leon Logothetis travels around the world. In the first season, he travels using a motorcycle and sidecar, but he’s given a VW Beetle for the second season where he travels from Alaska to South America. Along the way, he relies solely on people’s kindness, which pays off in unexpected ways for both Leon and those who help him.
Many people grow up thinking that happiness comes from the things you have and the family around you. Minimalism is a documentary that challenges the “things” part of that equation by proving that having little can be the best way to find happiness.
Somebody Feed Phil
The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond travels the world exploring culture and cuisine in several countries. You’ll find him in Tel Aviv trying hummus or Vietnam where he learns how to make Vietnamese coffee. There are three seasons full of his culinary adventures.
When was your last break? As a family carer, you probably work several hours a day, stop by to help your parents, and head home to a long list of tasks. Let elderly care services reduce your things-to-do list.
Elderly care aides can help your parents with housework, meals, and transportation. When you have time to stop by, your visits are spent chatting, going for walks, or watching shows together when you can’t go outside.
If you or an aging loved-one are considering hiring Senior Care in Burlingame, CA, call the caring staff at Aviva In-Home Care.
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