La Récolte January Newsletter

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New Year’s Resolutions

Brandwag Security

Forgetfulness and Dementia

Recipe of the month


Brandwag Security

One of the key motivators for people contemplating a move into a Retirement Village is the prospect of good security, and at La Récolte the security of our residents has always been our No1 priority.

Brandwag security has been appointed as our new security as from

1 December 2020. Managing Director and owner Paul Kruger is a well know face at La Récolte, making sure that all safety protocols are followed, giving our residents peace of mind.

All visitors must report to the retirement village security at the entrance and are only permitted access if their visit is approved by a resident or

a member of the village staff through the use of the internal telephone system. When entering the gate at La Récolte we are greeted by one of their friendly well-dressed guards and strict COVID procedures are followed by all.

Security not only provides peace of mind for our residents, but more importantly, maintains the capital growth of buying into a gated estate.

Brandwag Security Services

Contact Person: Paul Kruger T: 063 0691726

PSIRA No: 2577593

New Year’s Resolutions

Each New Year is a gift. It’s another opportunity to take stock of our lives and decide what we’d like to change.

Here are a few practical New Year’s Resolution

Resolution 1: Try something new.

This year, try something that takes you out of your comfort zone. Adventure doesn’t have to involve physical risk or danger. Every day can be an adventure if you simply resolve to try something new.

Resolution 2: Review your legal documents.

Getting organized is a common New Year’s resolution, and getting your legal documents in order is a critical spin on the idea.

Resolution 3: Forgive the people in your life who deserve it.

Grudges, slights and old scores weigh us down. Forgiveness makes us lighter and happier. This year, choose one person and work to let them off the hook.

Resolution 4: De-clutter.

Commit to begin divesting yourself of items that don’t have special meaning, and to organizing what you do keep.

Resolution 5: Keep laughing!

Find the friends, movies, comedians, books, and other things that have made you laugh. Laughter is the best medicine.

The difference between Forgetfulness and Dementia

Forgetting things occasionally is a part of life. It's why people may have reminders on their smartphones or sticky notes on their refrigerators.

As people get older they might experience more frequent instances of