Monthly Archives: May 2015

WORLD NO TOBACCO DAY – QUITTING SMOKING FOR GOOD!!

Originally posted on mandaleept:
The tobacco epidemic is one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced, killing nearly six million people a year.  More than five million of those deaths are the result of direct tobacco…

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The Security Dude

I figured that it is nice to put a face to a blog and I recently had my picture taken at work. This is me working as a Security Officer which is one of the things that retired law enforcement … Continue reading

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I Continue to Learn about Type II Diabetes

After just 3 days of laying off of the workouts I am seeing positive results in both my morning glucose numbers and significant drops in body weight. Just the simple fact that my body is burning fat without the carbohydrates … Continue reading

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The Current State of the Plan to Move

With all of the financial hits I have taken over the last several months I can finally say that the emergency fund has been restored and I am able to move money into savings. This has restored my confidence that … Continue reading

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The Time for Action

Sometimes I move so far away from the general theme of my blog which or course is all about the journey to a simpler life after the age of 50 due to so many other subjects that I am passionate … Continue reading

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How to Live to be 100+

To find the path to long life and health, Dan Buettner and team study the world’s “Blue Zones,” communities whose elders live with vim and vigor to record-setting age. In his talk, he shares the 9 common diet and lifestyle … Continue reading

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Oregon’s Senate Bill 920 would limit the use of antibiotics in livestock. It’s future, though, is uncertain.

It is about time that a stance is being taken to put an end to the meat producing industries use of antibiotics being pumped into healthy animals for the sole purpose of profits. Read the full article here.

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I Am Unstoppable

I am once again packing on the fat even despite the workouts in the morning and it is so obvious that I am eating too many carbs that it scares me. I will have to bring down my carbohydrate portions … Continue reading

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Master a healthy habit

Originally posted on megnocero:
“Repetition is the mother of skill.” Tony Robbins   What actions you repeat over and over again, you shall master. It has been proven that it takes about 21 days to develop a habit regardless whether…

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My Workday Ends at 5:00 PM – Period

I know that there are many people who can simply end working at the end of the work day and enjoy all of the pleasures of life at home. As I certainly do not have this problem I have to … Continue reading

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