A more serious topic....

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

I follow many different blogs...most are written by other RVers, some by motorcyclists, others keep me up to date with computers/cameras/software, some let me enjoy others hobbies and a few help keep me focused on simplifying my life.

Today's blog entry from one of the latter jumped out at me today. I emailed it to some family members and several friends and got a lot of positive feedback so I thought I would pass it along here. If you enjoy it, I hope you will continue to pass it along to your family & friends. I would recommend adding the site to your daily read....not all are pertinent to everyone but enough are that I feel it's one of my favorites.

The blog is Zen Habits and today's entry was "What Would You Do If You Only Had a Short Time to Live?".

While on a serious note, I wanted to pass along another page - this one can be printed out and referred to (and passed along) as needed. We all need a little reminder now and then: Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center discusses Cancer Screening Tips ~ formatted for printing

Till next time - keep on rollin',
Donna & Stu


  1. Found ZenHabits a couple of months ago. Great posts for this guy who continues trying to keep balance in his life.

    Enjoying life is a matter of balance...
    Wandrin Lloyd

  2. Thanks for sharing ZenHabits! I've added him to my feeds on Google Reader.

    Mike Goad (at home in Arkansas)
    Haw Creek Out 'n About

  3. First, thanks for the link to Zen Habits. It was a very good read today.

    Second, I would like to second the reminder for the cancer screeenings. My husband had oral cancer, he was diagnosed in 2001 when he went to the dentist. When he was diagnosed, we had never heard of head and neck oral cancers. Next time you go to the dentist, ask him to do a screen for cancer. It only takes a minute, but it can literally save your life.


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