Thursday, February 09, 2006
I get getting requests for easier contact information. I just put an email link on the top right of the page. Email me if you have a comment or question about our site or blog.
Many RVers are older, but the following applies whatever your age. I relate to it because I am 63 years old (Jan 1). We received the following on a small card enclosed with advertising from a life insurance company:
10 Ways To Live A Longer And Healthier Life
- Be optimistic
- Eat a balanced diet
- eat and drink with moderation
- Maintain a healthy weight
- Exercise regularly
- Have more sex
- Get a pet
- Make money at the job you love
- Have fun at work and at home
- Talk to your mother once a week
You will never guess which one I think is most important. However, we do have a pet, actually three of them. We have two cats and a dog. I am still exercising almost every day. I do thirty minutes on the exercise bike, do a routing with 10 pound dumbbells, I just started doing 10 to 15 pushups daily and in the last couple days I have jogged half a block while walking Poky The Dog.
More or less I am working on that list. Like all lists that are aimed at improving your life, if you will try to stick to most of any list you will improve your life a little at a time.
The thing that will help us and you is to make small changes daily. If you an improve only 1% a week in any area, in a year you will be more than 52% better in your life. You take advantage of compound interest, so to speak. As the 1% adds onto your improvement, the next 1% includes the little added the first time. This is the principle of, “How do you eat an elephant? You eat an elephant one bite at a time”.
There are massive changes I would like to make in my life, but I am trying to do them a little at a time. I want to make them part of my life. I want to integrate them into my way of living, so they become the natural, normal way I do things.
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