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Cornerstones for a Healthy Life - Part Three

  • Smile at the frowners in life.
  • Make a budget and stick to it.
  • Pave your own road to achievement.
  • Enjoy your family, with all their faults.
  • Risk it all when it feels right.
  • Say you’re sorry.
  • Judge when it’s appropriate.
  • Allow good feelings to overwhelm you.
  • Be consistently moving forward (the past is always close behind).
  • Get involved in your community.
  • Run through a cornfield.
  • Don’t make others wait for you.
  • Express your opinions.
  • Do things the fun way sometimes.
  • Leave your comfort zone behind.
  • Tell a child that you love them.
  • Communicate effectively.
  • Know that luck comes from preparation.
  • Stretch your mind.
  • Be counter intuitive (look it up).
  • Visit the zoo once per year. 
  • Carry on meaningful traditions.
  • Don’t become what you own.
  • Pray for the sick and dying.
  • Make a solid first impression.
  • Have your neighbors over for dinner.
  • Shed from life what brings you down.

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