This I’ve Learned

March 28, 2022

about gas prices that are unbelievable. I don’t like it, but you’ve heard me say many times that there’s something good in everything. This was a hard one. I finally decided that the high gas prices give me more time at home and perhaps I get more done. Now, I try to plan my errands and appointments so the trips in my car are fewer and of courses, I’m home more. Maybe I’ll get use to not hoping in my car when I want only one or two things from the store. I’m not making any promises.


You can enjoy diabetes, high cholesterol and hypertension or you can suffer from good health.

What fits your busy schedule better, exercising one hour a day or being dead 24 hours a day?

Resistance training is just as important as cardio. Train yourself to resist chocolate, pastries, fried food, beer, pizza.


Life is what’s coming, not what was.

The best way to escape from your problems is to solve it.

Not to decide is to decide.

You will never “have it all together.” That’s like trying to eat once and for all.

Keep the lesson but throw away the experience.

(Taken from Easy Does It)

To stop the lingering smell in the house when frying fish, drop a small amount of peanut butter into the pan with the fish.

To avoid getting zinged with hot grease when frying bacon, add a little salt to the frying pan.

Get rid of that fishy smell on your hands by washing them with toothpaste.

Skinless chicken is lower in fat, but the skin seals in flavor, vitamins and moisture.  So, cook it first, then remove the skin.


The cheapest hearing aid is a sign around your neck that reads PLEASE SHOUT.

There’s no end to housework.  It’s like mending socks for a centipede.

Information for this blog is taken from many sources.
Deem reliable at your own risk.


Theresa Klunk Schultz

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