If you find there are a million things you intend to do, but somehow you forget, procrastinate, or just plain run out of time, I know how you feel. Sometimes the simplest things are the hardest to accomplish.
The smartphone is our most personal of personal computers. There are already one billion in use. I predict this number will grow to at least 3 billion — by 2018. The multi-trillion-dollar smartphone market is remaking computing, technology, Silicon Valley, of course. But also…learning, work, entertainment, publishing, retail, culture and politics.
This is the time of year that many people review their accomplishments from the last year, and set out to establish goals for the new year wishes 2019. This can be a fun process and something that can add excitement and reward to your lives.
W Hotel Westwood is hosting “Just Add Ice” at their Whiskey Blue Lounge. For the $100 price tag, you can ice skate at Chill (also located at the W), then head over to the open bar after 9pm and celebrate with DJ music and champagne toast.
Try doing about 100 to 300 abdominal exercises on a daily basis to help further massage the GI tract. These exercises will cause an increase in the intra-abdominal pressure which in turn will put pressure on the GI tract to help push the old mucoid plaque through. I have had a patient who reportedly lost 8 pounds in one week by doing 500 abdominal exercises every day!
Make it a ritual with your immediate family to once a week before the Sunday family meal to spend a minute each going around the table asking for forgiveness for something that you could have done better over the week.
Share the Gospel. It is what we are here on earth to do. Make it a priority this year to share the Good News and show your concern for the spiritual welfare of those you come in contact with.