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A Checklist For Healthy Living
Posted:Apr 1, 2021 6:20 pm
Last Updated:Apr 9, 2021 10:08 am
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The choices you make every day, affect your health and even how long you might live. These tips will help you avoid problems that can lead t.o illness:

> Wake up and smile. It will help put you in a good mood for the rest of the day.

> Meditate / Pray. A clear mind is one open t.o learning.

> Drink more water.

> Eat fruits, vegetables, and whole grains every day.

> Cook Your Own Meals. You can control what you are eating and save $$.

> Read and write more. Exercising your brain is as important as physical
activity.

> Remove clutter (less is more).

> Drink alcohol only in moderation. That's no more than one drink a day for
women, for men.

> Do some sort of stretching every day. Your body will thank you later.

> Learn t.o love sleep. Get seven t.o eight hours of sleep each night.

> Do something you love every single day.

> Forgive first. You will feel better and so will the other person.

> Be positive. Don't overlook your mental health. Attitude and stress can affect
your physical health.

> Don't waste your energy responding t.o nonsense.

> Spend quality time with family. You can never get back the time you have lost.

> Show gratitude.

Do you have a written or unwritten checklist that you follow?


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I Will Always Remember
Posted:Mar 31, 2021 7:12 pm
Last Updated:Apr 7, 2021 7:46 pm
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I still remember the outline of your lips and fingers.

The way they seared every inch of my soft and wanting exterior.

The world spun and the traffic below our window rolled on, completely unaware we had lit the room on fire.

Your touch burned me t.o the core.

It was the most magnificent pain I have ever experienced.

And then you were gone.

But I will always remember.


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Want To Go To Dildo, Newfoundland?
Posted:Mar 28, 2021 12:53 pm
Last Updated:Apr 7, 2021 10:16 pm
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Yes, that really is the name of a town in Newfoundland. Does the name of a city or town draw your attention and influence your choices?

There are a lot of oddly-named places across Canada. I thought it would be fun to share some of them with you and how they got their name.

Snafu, Yukon

This community was christened after the military acronym-Situation Normal: All Fouled Up, b.y the U.S. military while they were building the Alaska highway. Snafu served as one of two forest fire crew camps in the Yukon in the ’50s. It’s now a campground surrounded b.y lakes and a popular destination for canoe trips.

Stoner, British Columbia

Which came first: Stoner or Stone Creek? Locals reportedly use the latter, with “Stoner” presumably a modern- derivative.

Legal, Alberta

Legal owes its name t.o Emile Legal, the bishop of St. Albert, Alberta. The bilingual town was settled mostly b.y homesteaders from Quebec and is now renowned for its public murals. It was named “French Mural Capital of the World”.

Happyland, Saskatchewan

The full name for this community is the Rural Municipality of Happyland no. 231. The community supposedly got its name from an early resident who was very pleased 😊 t.o be there.

Climax, Saskatchewan

This Saskatchewan village was settled b.y Christ Fugelstad, an immigrant from Climax, Minnesota, who was apparently either terribly homesick or terribly unimaginative. (the original Climax owed its curious name t.o a chewing tobacco company.) Today, Climax has a small but thriving population of One Hundred and Ninety-five

Crotch Lake, Ontario

The name comes from the fact that the lake has two narrows, and the point where they meet resembles the crotch of a stick. The lake has seventy-seven campsites and is part of the canoe route through the Mississippi River.

Peekaboo Corner, New Brunswick

A small community within the village of Norton, New Brunswick, Peekaboo Corner is named for a poorly-placed house that stood on the corner, blocking the vision of passing drivers. Hopefully, the name delivered a cautionary message to future motorists.

Sober Island, Nova Scotia

Some locals claim that this remote island in Nova Scotia was named b.y British soldiers who landed there with no liquor on their ship. Today the island is known for its oysters, and for the Sober Island Brewing Company, a popular brewery despite not actually being located there.

Dildo, Newfoundland

No one can quite confirm where the most infamous of all funny Canadian town names comes from. Some say it comes from a French word for the island, “ile d’eau” or a Spanish word for the bottom of a boat. The term has also been known t.o refer t.o a pin placed in a rowboat that attaches t.o the oar. You can always ask its mascot, Captain Dildo, for his take on the tale.


@Readers Digest
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Not His One Night Stand
Posted:Mar 26, 2021 7:42 pm
Last Updated:Apr 7, 2021 7:48 pm
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She looked around the dimly lit bar. The music was dying down and most of the tables had cleared. She knew it was time to get going.

Almost reluctantly, she slowly stood up and after a moment, he followed her. She felt his gentle touch as he placed his hand on the small of her back and guided her towards the door.

Outside, the night was cool and the stars twinkled as they lit her path.

She could smell his subtle, expensive cologne. He was strong, intelligent and confident. Previously, she hadn't tried finding someone who challenged her in the ways he did. She’d always just gone with the unquestioning, less challenging ones, those who didn't dare ask too many questions.

She looked up at him and his questioning, blue eyes which seemed t.o see too much. She took an instinctive step back, confused and suddenly spooked. His head had already dropped forward and his lips brushed against her cheek.

“I don’t know what I am doing here. I have policies about these things,” he said as his lips fell t.o the hollow of her neck. She knew better, but she didn’t want it t.o stop. The kiss was light and teased her.

He raised his head. “I am not into one-night stands. I’m too old for that sort of crap. I have all the things I’m proud of in my life. I don’t believe in one-night escapism anymore. I don’t see the point.”

She tried t.o open her mouth t.o argue but he cut her off by brushing his lips over hers. She was startled and surprised. He stopped and lingered for a moment. He held her lightly, giving her plenty of room; it made her both grateful and disappointed.

She had just started t.o lean forward when he broke off the kiss.

“I’m interested in you,” he murmured against her ear. “You are not what I expected. You are smart. You are complicated. And I already know you won’t go home with me tonight.”

“You are right. I won’t,” she whispered.

His hands fell from her back as he stepped away. Her arms grew cold as she shivered and watched him walk over t.o his car. She didn’t call him back. She had her own vehicle so she could drive herself home. It was another of her self-imposed rules, designed to keep herself safe.

She watched as he drove away. And, after another moment, she went home. Alone.

Sometimes not doing something is the best choice.


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Fearing The Return To Normal
Posted:Mar 25, 2021 7:39 pm
Last Updated:Mar 30, 2021 1:31 pm
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Not everyone is excited or mentally prepared t.o go back t.o their lives because the pandemic has been a forced respite. It’s provided a guilt-free release from the pressures of work, social and family obligations and interactions. Even the words “return t.o normal” bring on a touch of anxiety for some people.

Many people have discovered they appreciate the ability t.o work from home, and t.o have a legitimate reason t.o avoid unwanted or stressful social activities without feeling guilty. For others, it’s provided an opportunity t.o spend more quality time with those in the same household and t.o spend time on hobbies.

Working from home has eliminated daily commutes, and many are using the time saved t.o add exercise into their routine and t.o eat more home-cooked meals.

Many people are hoping t.o continue working from home, at least part-time, even after everyone is vaccinated and the world goes back t.o "normal".

If you’re feeling anxious about the “Great Restart”, remember t.o be patient with yourself and others. After a year or more of isolation, returning t.o normal will likely be a shock.


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Be Thankful For The Bad Things In Life
Posted:Mar 24, 2021 8:06 pm
Last Updated:Mar 26, 2021 10:12 am
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This says it all.....

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Being Vulnerable Is NOT A Weakness
Posted:Mar 23, 2021 8:08 pm
Last Updated:Mar 29, 2021 4:47 am
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Allowing yourself t.o be vulnerable can be scary. But, it’s also a powerful and authentic way t.o live. It takes strength and bravery.

Being vulnerable means being honest about how you feel. It’s about opening yourself up t.o someone, letting that person into your world

Being vulnerable involves uncertainty, risk and emotional exposure.

Vulnerability is often seen as a weakness. Deciding t.o put yourself 'out there' is the opposite of being w.e.ak

I am sharing this as a reminder t.o everyone that every time you allow yourself t.o be vulnerable, you actually empower yourself.


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No One Can Make You Feel Inferior Without Your Consent
Posted:Mar 22, 2021 5:30 pm
Last Updated:Mar 25, 2021 3:40 am
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Life is tough. Most of us don't have things simply handed t.o us. Along the way. we will encounter all kinds of people, many of who will try t.o stand in our way of success. They may try different techniques including trying to make us feel inferior. I posted about this before and felt it timely to share it again.

No One Can Make You Feel Inferior Without Your Consent

These words are a remarkably insightful statement about self-esteem. When I saw them in a daily newsletter, I wanted t.o understand their origin.

Eleanor Roosevelt uttered that phrase about an awkward event in “1935”. The Secretary of Labor in the Roosevelt administration was invited t.o give a speech at the University of California, Berkeley . The customary hostess of the event was unhappy because she felt that the chosen speaker should not have been a political figure. She refused t.o serve as the host and several newspapers viewed her action as a rebuff and an insult.

When Mrs. Roosevelt was asked at a White House press conference whether the Secretary had been snubbed, her response was widely reported. “A snub,” defined the first lady, “is the effort of a person who feels superior t.o make someone else feel inferior. T.o do so, he has t.o find someone who can be made t.o feel inferior.”

Throughout my lifetime, I have encountered people who tried t.o use this tactic. With maturity and life’s experience, I realized it has everything t.o do with them and nothing t.o do with m.e. They often have insecurities and it helps them t.o feel better about themselves if others are unhappy. A happy person will not be motivated t.o make others feel miserable.

I am a strong, confident, resilient woman who has faced many challenges head-on. I do remind myself of this, counting each as a blessing with the refusal t.o be made t.o feel inferior by someone else’s insecurities.


@Quote Investigator

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What Am ‘I’ To Do?
Posted:Mar 21, 2021 5:46 pm
Last Updated:Mar 25, 2021 9:53 am
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Of everything I have seen, it's you that I want t.o go on seeing.

Of everything I have touched, it's your flesh that I want t.o go on touching.

I love your laughter.

I am moved the sight of you sleeping.

What am I t.o do?

I don't know how others love or how people loved in the past,

I love watching you, loving you.

Being in love is my nature.

What am I t.o do?

@Pablo Neruda
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Saturday Sillies
Posted:Mar 20, 2021 4:54 pm
Last Updated:Mar 22, 2021 9:01 pm
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This first day of spring was a glorious day filled with sunshine, blue sky and smiles. On that note, I have no great words of wisdom, trivia or interesting information to share. So here are some things that made me laugh.













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Spring Is Just Around The Corner
Posted:Mar 19, 2021 4:26 pm
Last Updated:Mar 20, 2021 4:42 pm
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Actually, that's not quite true. The March Equinox also know as the Spring Equinox or the Vernal Equinox happens in my city ( Toronto, Ontario, Canada) tomorrow at 5:37 am EDT.


The March Equinox marks the moment the Sun crosses the celestial equator (the imaginary line in the above the Earth’s equator) from south t.o north and vice versa in September.

On the equinoxes, the Sun shines directly on the equator and the length of day and night is nearly equal, but not quite.

While it will be the vernal (spring) equinox in the Northern Hemisphere (USA, Central America, Canada, Europe, Asia, northern Africa), in the Southern Hemisphere, it's the autumnal (fall) equinox.


Spring is thought of as a time of re-birth and renewal. It is the time when the Light has won out over the Darkness and begins t.o grow in strength and power. It is a time when the World begins t.o wake up after the long, cold nights of winter.

The date of the March equinox plays a huge role in calculating the dates for when t.o celebrate Jewish Passover and Christian Easter.

The Iranian New Year (Nowruz, No-Ruz, No-Rooz, or No Ruz) occurs on the March equinox, in accordance with the Persian calendar.

Higan (Higan-e or Ohigan), is a week of Buddhist services in Japan during the March equinox and the September equinox. “Higan” means the “other shore” and refers t.o dead spirits who reach Nirvana after crossing the river of existence.

Spring weather can tease us with double-digit temperatures and then drop to below zero overnight. However, the Canadian Farmers’ Almanac is forecasting a mild and wet one for most parts of the country. Showers and thunderstorms will be prevalent especially over the Prairies and east during late April.

Time invest in a good pair of rainboots!


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Risky Business
Posted:Mar 18, 2021 5:07 pm
Last Updated:Mar 21, 2021 5:27 pm
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Many jobs have inherent risks, while with others, the risks are not so obvious. It’s only when you see the injury and death statistics that you appreciate the dangers the workers face every day. Here are some jobs that fall into that category:

Aircraft Pilot and Flight Engineers

In 2.0.1.5, crew fatalities accounted for sixty- percent of total aircraft fatalities, with the other thirty-eight percent being passengers, according t.o the Transportation Safety Board of Canada. That year, there were Hundred and fifty-one aviation accidents reported, hundred and twenty-seven were Canadian-registered aircraft.

coal Miners

For workers in this industry around the world, the dangers are widespread. China has the world’s largest mining industry and also one of the deadliest. A report found that the country accounts for eighty percent of coal-mining deaths around the world each year, mostly a result of explosions.

Deep-sea Fishermen

There’s a reason Deadliest Catch is such a popular show. In a data project with Statistics Canada, fishing was found t.o be the deadliest job in Canada. The highest cause of death in this industry is drowning. In a report released by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, falling overboard was found t.o be the second highest cause of death.

Farmers

According t.o a study by Statistics Canada, farmers had the tenth highest traumatic injury fatality rate in Canada between 2.0.1.1 and 2.0.1.5.

Lumberjack

An investigation by the Globe in collaboration with Statistics Canada, found that forestry had the tenth highest number of traumatic injury fatalities, with fifty-seven deaths between 2.0.1.1. and 2.0.1.5. It also found that it was the second deadliest industry in Canada.

Roofers

A 2.0.1.7 investigation found that roofers in Canada are five times more likely t.o die on the job than police officers!

Trash and Recycling Collectors

Trash and recycling collectors have the fifth most dangerous job in the United States. According t.o the latest data from the Bureau Labour Statistics, thirty-one deaths were recorded in 2.0.1.6 many from workers falling off trucks, getting hit by vehicles while on the job, or accidents with machinery.

Truck Drivers

Truck drivers had the highest number of fatalities on the job in 2.0.1.6 than any other occupation in the United States, with a death rate of twenty-four point seven per one hundred thousand workers. The report also found that out of all work injuries across all industries, transportation incidents remained the highest cause of death.

Ever had a dangerous job? What made it dangerous?



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