We have all seen some bad behavior and poor decisions made by our young kids and chalked it up to their being cranky due to a lack of sleep. Can the same be said of adults, co-workers, bosses? Perhaps.
The definition of “fidget” is to make small movements, especially of the hands and feet, through nervousness impatience. Synonyms listed include move restlessly, wriggle, squirm, twitch, jiggle, shuffle, and to be agitated. Nowhere does it include the idea being healthy for the fidgeter. But maybe it is?
Does your child or grandchild get enough exercise? My six year old daughter Katelyn the “Gator” has discovered Minecraft and it is becoming Mind-Control Craft! She loves it and I worry that she won’t be reading or playing or using her own great imagination as much as she used to so I’m developing a limited use schedule with rewards for good behavior. One thing science has shown us is that nagging and trying to "guilt" kids into exercise most likely won’t work.
It’s a part of many a classic television and movie script. A prominent character involved in a tryst with a younger woman, often not his wife, suddenly dies of a heart attack adding to the drama or comedy to the story. German medical researchers must have been watching the same shows because they set out to investigate the reality of that portrayal.
You can read just about anything on the internet from the marvelous to the mundane and now even minds! Researchers at the University of Washington say they’ve successfully linked up the brains of two different individuals--who were at different locations from one another-- so that one person could figure out a very simple “yes or no” message that the other person was thinking.
In addition to thinking they are bulletproof, a lot of young people don’t realize that what they do today will follow them throughout their never ending lives. We all leave a trail. A permanent trail, a permanent record.
Author, businessman and radio pal extraordinaire Tim Bryce write about the importance of the recognizing and maintain your permanent record in this week’s Tim Bryce column.
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