Monthly Archives: October 2017

Work ethic for a new Mister October

Jose Altuve: After this Wednesday’s epic World Series game 2 for the ages, I reflected on awesome achievements of the Houston Astros’ biggest “little” player – a 2nd baseman named Jose Altuve. This “real deal” gent may be, as some … Continue reading

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Wellness hints for our pearly whites

Thanks to today’s Saturday edition of the LA Times for this reminder about dental wellness steps. Most of us have/had 32 bones in our mouths – otherwise called our teeth.  And… I acknowledge a reported fact those most adults have … Continue reading

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Treat our Bodies as Temples

I believe an old testament biblical passage challenged both faithful and unfaithful to treat their bodies as temples. I’ll type away today on practical aspects of bodily temples, trying to reflect back ~ 25 centuries when water was scarce, pork … Continue reading

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No excuse, Sir or Ma’am

Following my theme of wellness as an extended journey with speedbumps, confusing road signs, GPS mis-directions and such: Individual Responsibility and Accountability are next on my blogging plate. No excuse, sir was one of my five boot camp (Plebe Summer) … Continue reading

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ZZZZZZ

I wanted to title this post “The Big Sleep“, yet author Raymond Chandler and Detective Marlowe might take exception to my aggressive choice. So, I’ll stick with out alphabet’s last letter, and dwell on invaluable power of deep restorative sleep … Continue reading

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What do you do with a drunken Sailor?!

Today’s interesting match of  Friday the 13th with our U.S. Navy’s 242nd birthday gave me pause to think about the words of this old sea shanty, grog, and alcohol’s effect on sleep, performance and wellness. What to Do? Putting a … Continue reading

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Madam Secretary (Clinton) and I agree on at least 1 practice

Have you practiced relaxation regularly?  If yes – yea!  If not, you might give some reasonably quick techniques a try. Today’s SD Union Tribune [ thanks Kim Weeks]  cited Hillary Clinton’s “alternate nostril breathing” or NADI SHODHANA for yoga advocates … Continue reading

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