Happy New Year!

I no longer make New Year's Resolutions because the only resolution I've ever kept was the one from several years ago – not to make any more New Year's Resolutions.

But I do make life changes. Back in 2017, after Les and I got the news about his cancer, we changed our eating habits. We cut out sugar and I went Keto. However, in 2019, I found out that Keto is not the right meal plan for me, as my cholesterol shot up to 439.

There is one change in 2019 stuck with me though, and that was the change that lowered my stress level immensely.

I was a talk show radio junkie and loved to yell at my radio.

One day in 2017, our pastor, Jim Brown of The Lake Church, challenged his flock to give up the news for a week and see how we felt. I'm not sure if anyone else did, but I took his challenge and I haven't looked back.

Why am I telling you this? Because I care about your health.Happy New Year Stress

We are about to go into a tumultuous race to the polls again. For some, it will cause a huge amount of stress.

I'm sure that you know that stress causes all kinds of health issues.

So I'm asking you to try to reduce that stress.

Whether that means taking up exercises or coloring in adult coloring books, woodworking, or simply giving up watching the news!

Do what you can to lessen your stress in 2020. And, if you have any resolutions or life changes that you make, feel free to share them in the comments below!

Your friend,

Kathe
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