Want To Guess How Much Of What You Worry About Never Happens?

This Week's Simple Tip We are all experiencing a lot of anxiety and uncertainty these days, which really is nothing new.  In fact many years ago Mark Twain famously said: “I’ve had a lot of worries in my life, most of which never happened.” While that quote has generated laughs, worry is no joke. The stress hormones produced by worry have been linked to serious health problems including: shrinking brain mass, heart disease, cancer, premature aging, and clinical depression. Worry can also make seniors more likely to develop dementia and Alzheimer's. We have learned that Mark Twain was right;  most of what we worry about never happens. A study from the University of Cincinnati showed that 85%

Do You Know The Best Gift You Can Share With Others?

This Week's Simple Tip We hear about family plans to pass down things like watches, jewelry, paintings, antiques, etc.  It is interesting how much less frequently you hear about the importance of passing down wisdom and knowledge. Yet some of my prized possessions are the tidbits of knowledge others have shared with me. Just to name a few: My mother's recipe for yeast coffee cake Bunny's advice on Costco boxes for prepared food delivery Jerry's secret to scrambled eggs ... cumin! Art's "how to pick the perfect avocado" training These are lasting treasures that constantly remind me of the teacher who shared them with me. Along the road in life we learn many things.  Why not share them with o

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