In This Edition Of Our Weekly Magazine:
- Spring Into Those New Year’s Resolutions
- Kitchen Curiosities
- Nibbles For The Road Ahead
Our Favorite Quote Of The Week – “Anyone can do any amount of work, provided it isn’t the work he is supposed to be doing at that moment.” – Robert Benchley
Spring Into Those New Year’s Resolutions ~ Yes. That’s right. We should all elect to let go of bad behaviors and adopt a fresh attitude in Spring, not in the middle of winter. People who change their eating habits and begin exercise programs at the beginning of spring are more likely to maintain these new habits throughout the year and beyond. Plain logic, if you think about it. Survival instinct would have us stay in a rut in winter, for fear of depleting energy and calories much-needed to survive into spring. It is difficult to fight nature, and the frustration does not help any. So, throw away the guilt of having shelved those good intentions soon after the New Year’s fireworks and prepare to set your self-improvement goals upon the wave of fresh spring vigor.
Kitchen Curiosities – Behold, the People Feeder. Alright, so this goes against the grain of those aforementioned New Year’s Resolutions, but we never said to stop having fun or to totally ignore that sweet tooth that truly is one of life’s simple pleasures, in moderation. The description aptly suggests, “a functional but ironic invitation to social snacking.” One thing that stands out, beside the playfulness of this indispensable conversation piece, is the fact that it is made entirely in the US. We stumbled upon this little gem on a site called Uncommon Goods.
Nibbles For The Road Ahead – In this presidential election year, this odd, unique and so very 21st century election year, seems like we need all the inspiration we can muster to begin to embrace things to come, whatever that may be. You might enjoy nibbling on these few thoughts to satisfy your appetite for hope and greatness.
“In the coldest February, as in every other month in every other year, the best thing to hold on to in this world is each other.” ~Linda Ellerbee
“If one dream should fall and break into a thousand pieces, never be afraid to pick one of those pieces up and begin again.” ~Flavia Weedn
“Always be a first-rate version of yourself, instead of a second-rate version of somebody else.” ~Judy Garland
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