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Don't procrastinate

The idiom “Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today” has been credited to many people, including Thomas Jefferson, Mark Twain and Oscar Wilde. Regardless of who first uttered the phrase, it still rings true.
I try my best not to procrastinate. However, there are times that I put off doing things, chores, visits, etc. because of whatever reasons, mostly laziness. I find I do procrastinate more often when I don’t feel like doing something.
The following, courtesy of Newspaper Metro, gives you great strategies on how to say focused and not procrastinate.

Myra Miller

How to find a hobby

Hobbies can be fun and relaxing. How to find one? I would suggest to find something that you enjoy or think you may enjoy doing.
The following, courtesy of Newspaper Metro, gives you tips and suggestions on how to seek a hobby.
Commitments to work and family can make adults feel like they have little time for much else. But finding time to pursue hobbies can benefit men and women in various ways.

Myra Miller

Health sayings and origins

I have read some interesting phrases with meanings behind each, and actually learned more about each health phrase, courtesy of Newspaper Metro. Hope you enjoy reading them also.
Language is shaped by many different influences. Over time, certain phrases become part of the vernacular and are spoken to signify how one acts or feels, including phrases about health and well-being.
Some phrases may inspire curiosity as to their origins.
The following health-related phrases have some interesting backstories.
“Fit as a Fiddle”

Healthy new year’s resolutions

The new year is around the corner and many people make New Year’s resolutions.
I have made new year resolutions in the past, however, I haven’t in the last few years, and only because I tend to not follow through with them.
After reading the following, courtesy of Newspaper Metro, I may re-think my New Year’s resolution.

Christmas tree safety tips

Live fresh Christmas trees are beautiful and the smell or aroma of a fresh pine, or any other variety tree is nice.
However, make sure your live tree is properly taken care of. One of the care tips of a live tree is to make sure the tree stands in fresh water every day.
In past years, when my daughters were younger, I displayed a fresh live pine tree. However, I no longer decorate a live tree, I still enjoy the smell and looks of a live tree.
The following, courtesy of Newspaper Metro, gives you tips of the care and how to prevent Christmas tree fires.

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