Ok my manly man brothers—and you know who you are—this one is for us. We may not have the hand-eye coordination of a big league ball player. We may not have the sprinter’s speed or the shot putter’s power but we can have a pile of wood and the mindset of the lumberjack.
I’ll be the first to admit I have sacrificed family time for work. I guess I got the habit from my father, the hardest working man in agriculture. I’m trying to do better by my 4 year old but I do carry a sense of guilt for time lost with my other kids.
Hey Ben Franklin! Try Again! Early to bed, early to rise? Not so much, IFf you believe the Japanese!! Getting up very early could be bad for your heart health, according to a recent study of more than 3,000 healthy adults.
I am trying to develop a taste for tea. So far I’m talking sweet tea from McDonald’s, at the theater and from Snapple. Hot tea in a teapot--not so much. The reason for the baby steps toward tea is because tea is one of the healthiest drinks you can consume -- it soothes stress, it helps prevent heart disease and stroke and it even helps preserve memory
Ok coffee slurpers, drink to this! If you desperately need that morning cup of Joe to jump start your day, its ok. A recent study from Harvard University found caffeine really does act as a mood and energy booster and can actually beat the blues.
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