‘My tongue?’ I queried, ‘I was just hoping to get a knot taken out of my shoulder.’ She nodded as if expecting my hesitation and then reiterated the request. I gently pointed my tongue out with every bit of my body language saying, ‘You did say tongue, right?’ She asked for it to be pointed right out and bent down. I swallowed, thought about any remanence of coffee, and showed them my tongue. The old lady shook her head in disappointment, also denoting a lack of surprise.
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Apart from enjoying great tastes and varieties, I want food to work for me, particularly, as I am getting older. The below ten items are always in my weekly shopping basket, and they are included in recipes throughout my days.
I sadly only got to experience later in life how enthralling, consuming and insightful a great book can be. Doctors and specialists repeatedly highlight the importance of reading to prevent the onset of dementia and similar diseases. I am a big fan of Jim Kwik, so I decided to follow his reading tips.
My sleep troubles began in my early thirties. In my 40s, I realised the severity of my sleep disorder. I found myself crying at unexpected times, until finally, I hit rock bottom and had to make a change. Here is what I learnt.
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