The Butterfly Effect Paying it forward 2 you


The Butterfly Effect Paying it forward 2 you

The Butterfly Effect     Paying it forward 2 you  

 

If this is the first time that you have visited RGB Blog…….

A big hearty WELCOME to you!!!



The aim of doing a blog is the showcase my interests, provide useful information, provide a connection to my Twitter and social Media sites. I aim to provide you with useful information that I find along my travels and provide interesting Video’s and information that hopefully you will want to come back to.


 

As an ordinary person trying to do extraordinary things – I would like to help transform lives, even if only by providing some entertainment… one person  at a time by one blog at a time.


This happens in a way that has a “butterfly effect” - by paying it forward.


This happens in a way that has a

“butterfly effect”  – by paying it forward.  


My aim with these blogs is to provide you with a daily small steps in Entertaining, to Inform and improve your life and the lives of others……… one small step (Blog Post) at a time.


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Richard Bejah CFP® Sole Director FinancialPartners (Tas) Pty Ltd

 

 

@RichardBejah     FinancialPartners (Tas) website


 


“Not the maker of plans and promises, but rather the one who offers faithful service in small matters. 

This is the person who is most likely to achieve what is good and lasting.”  ~ Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe 1749-1832, Poet, Dramatist and Novelist


 

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Weathering the cold and flu season


 Weathering the cold and flu season


Weathering the cold and flu season


Some good tips on surviving the flu season without too much pain.

It doesn’t matter where you live in the world – from hot, steamy Darwin to the breathtakingly cold Canada or Alaska – it’s almost impossible to escape catching a cold or flu during the winter months. The old saying, “prevention is better than the cure” is paramount to everything we do in life, so here are a few tips on staying healthy when everyone around you is succumbing to the dreaded lurgy!

Be good to yourself

Unfortunately in this era of scientific miracles, we have still not found a cure for the common cold. The bottom line is that the cold is simply a viral illness. They generally hit us when we’re not looking after ourselves and our immune system is not functioning at its optimum. Therefore, the best preventative medicine for the cold and any other virus is quite simple, eat well, get plenty of rest and exercise regularly.

Sounds simple, but for many of us who pack their lives so full, these things are more often the exception rather than the rule. The cure for the cold is also simple… stay in bed, keep warm and drink plenty of fluids.

There are hundreds of drugs that can reduce our suffering, but if we listen to our mothers’ advice and just rest, we can probably save ourselves a lot of money and recover more quickly.

Some good tips on surviving the flu season without too much pain.

 

Let’s go back to the prevention

If you don’t have a healthy lifestyle and it’s “all too hard”, you could consider taking supplements to make up for the vitamins and minerals lacking in your diet. As winter approaches, start building up your immune system with supplements such as Vitamin C, Zinc, Echinacea, and Garlic (tablets make sure you don’t lose friends!). Be aware that even natural remedies may affect any prescription drugs you might be taking, so before you start taking anything new, always check first with your health professional.

When all else fails

There are lots of other options available ranging from getting a ‘flu shot This is even more important now with the current Swine Flu epidemic (if you’re extremely susceptible) through to homoeopathy… it all depends on what you’re most comfortable with.

Whatever you believe in will work for you, but if all else fails and you find yourself with the sniffles and feeling miserable on a cold, rainy day, think of yourself first, call the office and crawl back into bed. It may not be an easy decision to make, but everyone else will thank you for keeping your bug to yourself.

Source:  Aspirations Newsletter


Quote:

My parents shared not only an improbable love, they shared an abiding
faith in the possibilities of this nation. They would give me an African
name, Barack, or blessed, believing that in a tolerant America your
name is no barrier to success.”

~Barack Obama


Flu or Cold. Sneezing Woman Sick Blowing Nose