Over the years I’ve been experimenting on things that will last. I know Home Cooking in Your Life can be something to be grateful for. Just turned on the TV and the news is talking about Vitamin D deficiency. Avoiding the sun is not a good thing yet it happens to a lot of people living under cover. This is a global health problem. Just receive some sunlight without getting sunburn. A few minutes every day perhaps. I don’t really want to talk about food.
Mother’s Day is coming up in two days. In Australia we celebrate Mother’s Day annually on the second Sunday of May. Mother’s Home Cooking is better than any fast food available. Eating healthy is one of the most challenging items on the list. This is something that must be learned. People live longer with knowledge that’s put into good use. Learning about nutrition is really the best prevention to diseases.
What’s else is there to talk about? Home Cooking in Your Life isn’t really that relevant unless you know how to cook or someone cooks for you! With a budget it’s even more important to watch what you eat. What does being healthy mean to me? To be physically and mentally prepared for all the challenges set in life. Turning 30 years old in December this year. The TV is still on and its showing a movie called How Do You Know (2010). You’d think I’ve seen enough romance from all the drama films already.
This isn’t a SherwinJTB post unless I talk a bit about music. So, I’ve been going to church these past few weeks. Not specifically my religion, but Christian nonetheless. On my priority list, I love my clarinet more. I don’t watch much sports either, but wow. Looking at the NRL field they have sponsored logos painted on the grass in perfect view for the TV. TV is really a distraction, but pretty entertaining when nothing much is happening in life. Home Cooking in Your Life? This isn’t TV, but I’ll pretend we’re out of time. Signing off now.