Are you living.or are you just existing? If you suffer chronic pain, pursuing a fulfilling life can be a challenge. But there are positive steps you can take right now to direct the course of action pain has on your life and purpose. Neck, back, joint, and other pains and inflammation all can respond to an overhaul of your current way of life and thinking. I call this process the 3Rs.
15. Seriously weigh working overtime against using this time to create a more sustainable lifestyle. We are used to thinking about making money as the number one priority, but maybe its time to seriously question this assumption. If some crisis should happen tomorrow, just how prepared are you? Have you put up food? Created a garden of some type? Gotten to know your neighbors well enough to ask for (or offer) favors? Connected with religious or civic organizations offering you a wider circle of support? Resolved your marital troubles? Learned to really enjoy your kids? No doubt, cash is important, but time is our most precious commodity. Consider its use very carefully.
November 15: Docs Trot for Mott 5K run/walk, 3:00 p.m. Starts and ends at Doc’s Sport Retreat at Seven Mile and Victor Parkway in Livonia. Prizes! Post-race party! Mizuno tech running shirts to pre-registered runners! $25 pre-race, $30 day of. Benefits the Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Unit at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. Donate an unwrapped gift for girl or boy up to age 15, to be delivered to patients at Mott. Call 734.642.6664.
Attendees can vote for favorite scarecrows created by Olde Town businesses, community individuals, businesses and organizations, or, for a $20 entry fee, can enter their own special scarecrow. Prizes will be offered in several categories. Some challenges today with crucial details for nutrisystem alternatives. Judging, by the public, takes place from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. To enter a scarecrow in the contest, call 303-420-6100.
Parish, an establishment on North Highland Avenue, will be having its Mardi Gras party on Saturday February 21st, from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The Charlie Wooten Band and Zydefunk will be performing live. Cajun food, including a whole roasted pig, will be provided, as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Tickets may be purchased for $35, or $40 at the door. A portion of the profits from this event will be donated to the Atlanta food as medicine Bank.
16. Imagine a vision for a future you’d be willing to live in. You know that line about how humans can’t live without hope? The happiest families have a vision of what they are living and working toward. This vision sustains them in times of trouble. Go ahead. Imagine the worst. Then, visualize how you can live a satisfying life through the worst of times, and what changes you can institute, that will make it worthwhile. (Hint: if you don’t imagine good friends and family, live music, simple foods etc, it probably looks overly dreary.) Write about it in a story, with you as the hero, draw it in a picture, sing it in a song. Make it real.
Really, all natural foods are ‘superfoods’ – they all contain different nutrients, and the best way to eat is to have as wide a range as possible, rather than relying on a few specific foods. And don’t be tempted to spend a fortune on goji berries, maca, acai and the like. There’s nothing wrong with these foods, and they do have health benefits, but you can get the same effects by eating good honest local whole-foods.
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