Tag Archives: health

Poisoning ourselves is avoidable

Last week on July 24, I read an interesting article in the National Post (a Canadian newspaper).  The author was Linda Blair and it was titled “Holding a Grudge is self-toxic” expert says. The article goes on to explain that indulging … Continue reading

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Easily Cut Your Stress by 50%

Life is probably stressful for nearly all of us.  The causes of stress are simply too many to list or this would be a very, very long blog post. Good news though, I think it is possible to reduce stress … Continue reading

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Don’t blame me! Blame Albert Einstein

I think I like vacations for the same reason you do.  On my vacation I try to relax and coast through the day. I don’t measure my vacation day on what I accomplished.  When I am home,  I try to … Continue reading

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In healing – what the doctor didn’t tell you

After a major surgery of any type, doctors will tell you that you need rest, and extra protein to assist in the healing of tissues. They could be right; I have never been accused of being a doctor. But just … Continue reading

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Not Waiting for a Close Call

A few weeks back I was home by myself and developed some chest tightness and deciding to be cautious I went to the emergency room at the hospital here. I actually went first to a walk in clinic and they … Continue reading

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Arnold Chan – Member of Parliament

Saturday, June 17, 2017 In the Globe & Mail newspaper I read an article written by Laura Stone.  If you want to read the short article – click here I don’t as a rule find my blog inspirations from newspaper … Continue reading

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