Helen Elizabeth Williams – Turning dreams into reality is often a difficult task. Why does this happen? For some it is luck – simply being in the right place at the right time. For others, it is the inability to learn from their mistakes. While for most of us the biggest impediment is procrastination.
After all, why do today what you can put off until tomorrow? Or so the saying goes. But it turns out that putting off tasks until tomorrow makes it close to impossible for most of us remain on the path to our dreams.
It doesn’t need to be this way and if you are having problems getting through your to-do list, then you might want to take some of the tips below to heart. Who knows, you might even stop procrastinating and turn your dreams into reality.
Why do we Procrastinate?
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Dr. Joseph Mercola – Guidelines have recently been submitted that support something you probably already knew, that using cotton swabs to clean your ears isn’t a good idea.
The latest counsel was published in the journal Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, authored by the American Academy (AAO-HNS) advisory panel of the same name.1
You may remember the mantra that’s been repeated since you were a kid: Never put anything in your ear that’s smaller than your elbow.
But why? We all want clean ears; further, being able to hear what’s being said at the dinner table is usually a good thing, so if there’s wax buildup, getting rid of it somehow seems logical. Continue reading “Why You Shouldn’t Use Cotton Swabs to Clean Your Ears”
James Corbett – According to the dinosaur media, the worst part about the exposure of Jeffrey Epstein’s child sex trafficking and high-level blackmail operation is that it bolsters conspiracy theories about child sex trafficking and elite corruption.
Newsflash: they’re trying to gaslight you. Don’t fall for it for a second. Continue reading “The Worst Part of the Epstein Case [Video]”
Clarice Feldman – Fascism, Communism, Nazism — all gifts to the world from Europe. Now it’s nonsensical worries about climate change resulting in deliberately built-in inefficiencies in everything from household appliances to transportation methods.
Compared to the U.S., Europe’s love of control-down economics leaves it in the dust:
“The US GDP is five times that of Germany, seven times that of France and UK, 10 times of that of Italy, and 14 times of that of Spain in 2018.” And when the UK leaves the EU as I predict it will, the gap will be much larger. Continue reading “It’s Not Really a Climate Thing: It’s about Control”
Brian C Joondeph, MD – Name calling is the last refuge for one losing an argument. Much like a roundhouse punch that hits nothing but air, it’s a final effort in a losing fight. But it’s also been the one reliable punch for Democrats, playing the race card against opponents.
Not so much now, however. Shouting, “You’re a racist!” has been the preferred comeback for Democrats on the losing side of an argument. Alternatives to the word racist include Nazi, bigot, fascist, homophobe, sexist, and so on, but racist has the best quick jab-like sting.
Sometimes name calling can fall flat, as in calling Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh a sexist or misogynist, as Democrats did in his confirmation hearings. In reality he is the first Supreme Court justice to hire an entirely female group of clerks, something even the “Notorious RBG,” hero of the left, hasn’t done. Continue reading “Democrats Hold a Terrible Hand of Race Cards”