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Can’t turn this off either

Gala Apples bag empty
Cheryl went to grocery store. Asked for four bags. i eat 4-5 small Gala apples a day.

Have an insatiable desire to stay well, age well, and have healthy fun.

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Final 120 Days

An apple a day keeps the doctor away

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A lunchtime photo. Was intentional to get the palm tree in.

An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

Does it?

My friend Dennis says things only become sayings or cliches if they are true.

To me, an apple is nature’s tooth brush. Carrots also work well.

Maybe oral health is what keeps the doctor away.

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Besides Diet & Exercise

Can exercise be compared to this Apple concept?

Apple is Magic. iOS7 is magic. iPhone 5S is Magic.
Apple is Magic. iOS7 is Magic. iPhone 5S is Magic.

 

Can exercise be compared to this Apple concept?

Magic.

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Health Blogs

You Can Do It
You Can Do It

There are somewhere in the neighborhood of 80-million blogs on the Internet, and growing daily.

There are 221-million results if you Google “Health Blogs”.

What are all these health-blog people trying to say? Please let me summarize for you:

  1. Dream Big
  2. Get There
  3. Stay There

If your goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough.

PS. Do your excuses make you stop or make you sick? Mine made me sick. Sick to think that I’m the only one responsible for my actions and I wasn’t doing anything about it, except making excuses.

Excuses be damned.

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No Expectations?

On the drive to Victory Martial Arts “Safety Demonstration” (recruiting) yesterday, I reminded our son there was no expectation that he enroll and take lessons.

All the children participated, even the first timers.  Our son eagerly lined up.  Surprisingly, two of his friends are members there and graciously welcomed him into the atmosphere.

Off to a great start and then somewhere in the middle it got more intense and he felt uncomfortable with his skill level, and returned to the audience with me.

I could not have been more proud.  He tried something.  He did his best.  I didn’t push him, even though I could have.  He’s nine.  How hard do you push yourself?  He’ll get were he needs to go.  Will you?