Numbers do not need to be large to be impressive
Time is finite. Time is all I have. I must manage my own time and use it so that it brings about moments that bring these words to my lips: “If this isn’t nice, what is?”
“Computers definitely can ruin your day.”
Your smile costs so little. Your “Hello, how are you today. Isn’t it a glorious day?” uses up so little of your precious time. Your hug (when appropriate, of course) costs nothing.
“How can I be lonely when I am a part of all this – soaring hawks and shimmering stars?”
Aiming too low and reaching it.
Daily Rituals also describes some of these individuals’ patterns of exercise, diet, sex and sleep. These were as fascinating for these creative giants as they are, I am sure, for many of you reading these words.
I can promise you that there is something special in this little book for everyone.
Happy New Year.
– Young women, ages 55 years or below, are more likely to be hospitalized for an acute myocardial infarction (AMI) and to die within the first 30 days than men in the same age group, according to a new study published in Journal of Women’s Health, a peer-reviewed publication from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers.
Take home messages for women – not just teenagers:
• Use of pills for 10 years will lower your risk of ever developing ovarian cancer while on pills and for almost 30 years after stopping pills. Depo-Provera injections appear to have the same protective effect.
• If you are going to have a tubal sterilization operation, be sure your physician knows you want your fallopian tubes removed too. Not all physicians know this. Also tell female relatives about this!
• If having an hysterectomy in the late 40’s or older, the ovaries should also be removed.
• Some women at high risk for ovarian and breast cancer may be wise to have genetic testing done to see if their risk for ovarian or breast cancr is increased.
Each person is the captain of his or her own health team.