Archive for February, 2014

The One Simple Concept That Changes Everything

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The One Simple Concept That Changes Everything

Last week I did an admittedly somewhat depressing post on death that discussed how terrifying of an idea it can be. I have to confess, with that article I was setting you up a bit (bad Tim!). Certainly, living your life to the fullest is an excellent response to the reality that is death. However, an […]

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Death Lurks Around the Corner

Filed in Living by on February 20, 2014 2 Comments
Death Lurks Around the Corner

Most people don’t think about death very often. It’s not a very enjoyable or comfortable subject with which to entertain our thoughts. It often goes something like this: “I just realized: at some point I will simply be gone. I won’t be here. It will just be all over. Everything I do, everything I value […]

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You Need to ALWAYS Stay Invested in Stocks

Filed in Money by on February 13, 2014 0 Comments
You Need to ALWAYS Stay Invested in Stocks

It is the single biggest trap that investors, both novice and professional, fall into. They get anxious about the stock market and they pull all or some of their money out for a period of time. Don’t feel at all bad if you’ve ever done this, because you have excellent company. Some of the world’s […]

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Older People Are a Riot!

Filed in Living by on February 5, 2014 2 Comments
Older People Are a Riot!

Well, maybe not a riot, but at least entertaining. The department I volunteer in at the hospital, Same Day Surgery, has a disproportionate number of older patients, simply due to the nature of the operations being performed there: cataracts, skin cancer removals, foot surgeries, etc. Also, older people simply have more health problems than younger […]

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