Writing Could Help You Cope With Stress

I read today the following articles:

Writing About Emotions May Ease Stress And Trauma

Effects Of Writing About Stressful Experiences On Symptom Reduction In Patients With Asthma Or Rheumatoid Arthritis

Writing To Heal

And I encourage you to do the same. Here are some general notes taken from the articles to give you a quick overview of what I read.

Writing about stressful life events helped reduce symptoms for certain medical conditions.

Research findings link mental and emotional health to physical health.

Expressive writing or journaling may strengthen the immune system.

Expressive writing or journaling about the stressful events of your life, may help you to come to terms with them.

Expressive writing isn’t a cure-all and won’t work for everyone.

Findings suggest that expressive writing may upset people but eventually helps them to relax.

Expressive writing involved writing for a specified period each day about stressful or traumatic experiences.

Participants usually write nonstop while exploring their innermost thoughts and feelings without inhibition. The exercise helped them to understand how the traumatic event may revive memories of other stressful events.

Writing helps people to organize thoughts and give meaning to a traumatic experience.

Writing may enable them to learn to better regulate their emotions.

It’s also possible that writing about something may help someone break free of the endless mental cycling more typical of brooding or rumination.

Timing also mattered. Writing immediately after a traumatic event may actually cause the person to feel worse, because they aren’t ready to face it. Recommendations of waiting 1 to 2 months before trying this technique, have been advised.

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How does this help you to with weight loss? I don’t know? Didn’t say it would. I found this research interesting and thought I would share it with you.

I am going to try it and see how it goes, even as a reflective exercise.

Firstly, I have not had any traumatic events in my life. I am not claiming to have PTSD or any of the medical conditions described in the articles. I found the articles interesting and thought I would apply expressive writing to the various situations of my life as an experiment for myself.

As a blog about weight loss, I realize that this is not specifically about weight loss. But weight loss is all about being healthy. And health is about being completely healthy not just one part of it.

So as something that may help you to reflect and learn from your experiences, and something that may help you cope better, I think it’s worth adding to this blog.

Please look into the articles, and let me know what you find.

 

PLEASE NOTE:  Seek medical advice for all major medical health concerns. Do not attempt this technique if you have recently been through a traumatic event, are experiencing major medical health concerns, or experiencing mental illness.

This is not meant to be medical advice, but just an experiment to try.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.

Thanks for reading,

William…

“Live Life!”

 

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An Action Plan For Weight Loss This Year – Part 10

Month 12:  December – Review – self assessment:

HOW CAN YOU FURTHER IMPROVE???

December. Unbelievable, if you’ve made it this far, how much has your life changed over the last year? How much different do you look and feel? What have you achieved this year? How many people have noticed a change in you?

For this month, I want you to take time to review your results.

It’s time for more photos, how do you compare to the photos from January? You’ve come a long way. How much has your diet changed? How much has your fitness and strength changed? How much has your habits and self-talk changed?

Here’s how I want you to do it, below are the questions I want you to answer. I want you to physically answer them, yes, I want you to physically write the answers out and take time to answer them. Give a descriptive answer for each stating where you were when you started, a whole year ago now, and then where you are today.

Each answer should be paragraphs and paragraphs long, not a single sentence.

Why, I hear you asking. Because I want you to put the truth on paper and get all the emotion and story out. It has a secondary benefit too. And that is to help you focus on the next upcoming year and focusing you on the task of continuing you’re now healthier way of living.

Week 1:  Diet how much has your diet changed?

Week 2:  Exercise – how much has your fitness and strength changed?

Week 3:  Mindset – how much has your self talk and your habits changed?

Week 4:  Take photos and measure your weight. Review. How much have you changed?

LAST QUESTION:  How do you further refine or improve?

Only you can answer this question. Maybe it’s your diet, or maybe it’s your cardio or your strength training. Maybe you want to change something because you want to try something new. This is great, because as it is said, ‘variety is the spice of life’. Maybe your some areas aren’t to the standard you would like, so improve those areas. Whatever the changes may be, remember, that you don’t want to revert back to what you used to do. Was it a better way of life? Really?

Hopefully you have seen all the changes that you have wanted to see. And hopefully more in most cases. To re-state what I said at the beginning, 12 months ago, people over estimate what they can achieve in a year and underestimate what they can achieve in a decade.

Realise that this is the beginning. What will another year of this lifestyle bring? What will another 10 years bring?

Change your hypnosis every 2 – 3 months. Continue to train every day for approximately an hour. Continue to refine and improve your diet. Further analyse your portion control, that is, your meal sizes. Continue to monitor and adjust your self-talk.

Thank you for following my posts for An Action Plan For Weight Loss This Year.

These posts have made me further review my healthy lifestyle and to question the things in my life, some of the comments I’ve received have been incredibly insightful and have lead to reflection on my part.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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An Action Plan For Weight Loss This Year – Part 4

Month 5:  May – Self Talk

Self Talk. Self talk is just what you say to yourself. Most of the time it’s silent, done internally, and other times it’s actually voiced out aloud and other people can hear it. Sometimes it’s positive and sometimes it’s negative. What to know an amazing fact? People who are depressed or always angry, guess what? Yes, you’re right, their self talk is dangerously negative all the time, and as a result they’re always miserable.

Ever hear someone when they’re emotional, start ranting about themselves because they messed up? Have you ever done this? I know I have. We have all experienced this.

The challenge this month is to become more aware of our self talk, and then to alter it to be more positive towards ourselves and our situations.

Week 1: become aware of our self talk. All the positive and the negative things. You may be surprised how negative you are towards yourself.

Week 2: start to be more patient and tolerant towards ourselves. Start be realising what you are saying to yourself, then stop if you are being negative, and change it to be more patient and tolerant.

Weeks 3&4:  as you grow in awareness of your self talk, start to be positive towards yourself. Yes, praise yourself when you complete something or do something well. And when you mess up, stop yourself being negative, let yourself know that you can do better, and that next time you will do it differently.

Want a guide book to help you really conquer your self talk?

It’s called: “The 7 Day Mental Diet” by Emmet Fox. Click here to purchase the book.

It is only a short book of 20 pages or so. But don’t let the length of it fool you. This book is a fantastic resource on controlling your self talk. It will take you on a journey for 7 days, exploring and controlling your self talk.

Sound easy? No, it’s not. Most people will read it and say to themselves, ‘I can do that’, and that will be the last they think about it.

But if you want to master this area of your life, AND YES THAT IS WHAT I’M SUGGESTING!!!!!!!!!! Read it every day for the 7 days, and apply it! Really apply it! Make it your Number #1 priority for the month.

When I read the book, I read it one night and thought, yeah easy. Then 3 days later was getting mad at myself for something and then the words of the book jumped up and smacked me in the face. I realised then, that it’s easy to read and understand something, but to apply it, and make it a daily practice and commit to it becoming a habit wasn’t so easy. So every day for about 9 weeks, that’s approximately 60 days, I read the book every afternoon. And slowly but surely I became aware and changed my self talk.

Am I telling you to do this? No. Just read it every day for 7 days, and apply it. Yes, if you’re a little obsessive and a little crazy, like me, then go ahead and read it every day. Make it a habit. And reap the rewards.

The second thing I want you to do this month, is to change your hypnosis. Change it to create a brighter you. Maybe a “self esteem theme” or “confidence theme”. Something uplifting to help support your move towards being more positive.

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31 Days of May:  60 minutes cardio, Hypnosis session (new) each day, Don’t eat 8 banned foods from February, keep your food portions controlled, become aware and modify your self talk to become more positive.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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An Action Plan For Weight Loss This Year – Part 2

Month 2:  February – Nutrition.

Now don’t start freaking out, you won’t be counting calories, across 19 meals, carefully balancing the 3 macronutrients, while perfectly combining only certain foods. No. All I want you to do this month is, remove a minimum of 8 bad things from your diet. 8, that’s only 2 per week! Yes 2 per week. Adding up to 8 by the end of month. Easy? It’s supposed to be. So what things should you remove? Anything that is processed and can’t be found in nature. Simple? Anything that you can’t find in nature, so no alcohol, no soda, no pizza, no man made products, no biscuits, no chocolate. What I’m supposed to remove all those things? No. Only 2 processed products per week adding up to 8, by the end of month.

Now the idea is to remove 8 things that you are constantly consuming, don’t remove chocolate, if you rarely eat chocolate.

Simple, just remove 8 processed products by the end of month.

*Please Note:  You are still performing Cardio for 60 minutes each day – yes try for 28 days of 60 minutes Cardio. That’s right you are to build on the good habit of exercising everyday, from January.

28 Days of February – 60 minutes Cardio + Remove 8 processed products from diet.

Month 3:  March – Hypnosis.

Hypnosis? Has he gone mad? No, I’m not sending you to the witch doctor, there is a lot of scientific and testimonial evidence to validate and support hypnosis. Just get a ‘hypnosis or hypno-therapy cd or audio download off the internet. Use a reputable Hypno-therapist, like Rick Collingwood or Steve G. Jones. They both have a full range of hypnosis products. I have used their products successfully and am still using their products to this day. Check them out and see for yourself.

Now you don’t need to purchase the most expensive products. I find that the shorter 30-45 minute hypnosis products suit me better for my own personal situation and goals.  Prices start from about $15. Just get one related to ‘weight loss’.

Just follow the directions, which will tell you to listen to the hypnosis session every day for about 4 – 6 weeks which is what I am going to direct you to do. But instead of 4 – 6 weeks, you are going to listen each day for 8 weeks. That way you will get a better effect from the hypnosis session. The more times you listen, the more powerful the effect of the session. Me personally I use a hypnosis for a minimum of 3 months, listening every day.

*Please Note:  You are still to perform Cardio for 60 minutes each day and to not lapsed on the 8 things you removed from your diet.

31 Days of March – Cardio 60 minutes + Don’t consume 8 products from February + Hypnosis session each day.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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An Action Plan For Weight Loss This Year – Part 1

An action plan for weight loss this year. Sounds great. What do you mean William?

Well I’ve written about numerous topics over the last month or so, we’ve just entered a new year, and who wouldn’t want this year to become a successful year for them, especially in the weight loss, healthy lifestyle category?

Ok, down to business, or this case weight loss. Yes this is going to take some work, but when does anything just happen?

I’m going to break the year down into 12 months, pretty simple right? 12 little periods to institute and perfect just one thing – a concept, an idea.

I’m going to give you an outline for 12 smaller goals, 12 little focus points, 12 new healthy habits, that will be added to each other so that by December 31 at the end of this year you will have created a new healthy lifestyle for yourself.

Easy, NO! But well worth it. This will take effort. Will you mess up? Yes. Will you have difficulty applying it? Yes. But after 12 months you will have changed your lifestyle completely.

Confident? I am, I have the easy part, I’m telling you. Yes, you have the hard part, implementing it and improvising it. This will be a journey if you accept it like no other, you will discover things about yourself, and you will adapt to suit your limits and situation.

Before you start take some photos of yourself, and measure your weight. Remember to take photos and measure your weight each month to keep track of your results.

Month 1: January – Cardio.

That’s right CARDIO. All you have to do this month is CARDIO EVERYDAY! Regardless of the conditions or whatever life throws at you. What I want you to do is 60 minutes every day. That’s all 60 minutes, 1 hour. But what happens if my neighbour’s dog changes it’s profile image on social media, and I can’t do my 60 minutes cardio, because of this emergency? Really? If there is an emergency, that’s ok, the idea is to get as close to 31 days for 31 days. But if you can’t, well you can’t. But where do your commitments lie? Make the commitment to change. If you can’t do the full hour just do less. 1 minute isn’t really working out. I would say nothing less than 15-20 minutes.

The rest I’ll leave up to you. That’s right, you choose what kind of cardio. Please don’t try to do something to crazy and end up hospitalising yourself. Work within your limits. Start slowly and pace yourself.

31 Days of January – 60 minutes Cardio.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

If you enjoyed this post, or wanted to ask a question, drop me a line I’d love to hear from you.

Believe And Overcome Fear

Do you question if what you’re doing to lose weight is working. Whether your commitment and sacrifice is helping to achieve your goal. Nobody likes to waste their time, energy and especially money on things that will only bring them disappointment.

We all have fears and doubts, but where is our level of confidence at?  Usually pretty low if we can’t keep motivated, if we can’t see a brighter future, if we can’t see ourselves achieving our goals.

Why is that? A regular reason is that we over-estimate what we can achieve in the short-term and under-estimate what we can achieve in the long-term. What does that mean?  Basically we get demoralised when we don’t achieve our goals overnight, but can’t see with committed action that we will get there in the long term.

It’s easily said that we should have courage, and act despite our fears and doubts. But how do you have courage, and act in faith when you’ve never experience this before?

Belief in your own abilities is the only way that you will overcome this. How will you achieve this? You need to convince yourself that you can do what you want to achieve.

Your self talk, that is, how you talk to yourself, is a very big reason why people succeed or fail. Many people are so negative towards themselves all the time. Do you know anybody like this? Maybe yourself?

You can’t just decide to change your self talk, and then just change it. It’s a habit that has been formed, rehearsed and practiced over a long period of time. So changing your self talk isn’t going to happen overnight. But with consciousness to what you are saying to yourself and not accepting negativity towards yourself, you will start to change and become better for it.

If you want to learn to change your self talk, look to read a copy of Emmet Fox’s book: The Seven Day Mental Diet: How To Change Your Life In A Week. This book is great for understanding and changing your self talk.

Another way is to find success stories of people achieving their goals. It’s a great way to re-motivate yourself when you become low and distressed. One great success story for weight loss  https://www.vox.com/2015/7/7/8877041/losing-100-pounds where a man lost 100 pounds (45kg) in weight in one year. Click on the link and read it for yourself. Inspiring.

There are many other success stories like his out there. Just search “weight loss success stories”.

Another way, could be that you use a hypnotherapist to help smooth the path so that you can take action easier. Or you could purchase a hypnosis product to listen to daily, to help change your mindset for weight loss. Both of these methods work, the growing testimonial and scientific evidence that hypnosis has proves that it isn’t just witch doctor voodoo. Hypnosis is a legitimate method for changing your mindset and beliefs on a subject.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

If you enjoyed this post, or wanted to ask a question, drop me a line I’d love to hear from you.  Click here to change your life for the better.

 

To find Emmet Fox’s book:  7 Day Mental Diet: How To Change Your Life In A Week, click here.

 

Can You Diet And Party?

As someone who is writing about weight loss, a question came to me today, that is especially important at the moment. Yes, yes, I can hear you say, the question is the title: “Can You Diet And Party?”

It’s the day before New Year’s Eve, and at this time of year for many people across the world, it’s a PARTY time of year.

So, can you diet and party? Is it possible? Can it be done?

Hmm, as I think. Well if I was to say, party, I mean party. Not some half effort. Not some kill-joy attempt. I mean party!

So how do you party? What do you do when you party? When you let loose, have fun with friends, how do you party?

Do you need to drink and smoke? For many people when they socialise, one can’t live without the other. And to go further, when out with friends or out being social, how much do you need to drink or smoke or whatever?

Is there a requirement that needs to be met for you to tick off “fun”, on your party list?

A minimum amount of alcohol, bad food, drugs and so on, on that “fun/party” list?

Do you NEED these things to party? Can you not do without them? Are you addicted to them?

What is your definition of partying? Does it state levels of consumption? Or is it about socialising with the people you love and care for?

Maybe by just being conscious of your definitions and your requirements, you might start to curb those things that aren’t really needed to be social and to party.

Maybe you will be more conscious of what you should be valuing more.

How is it that our definitions and requirements to meet those definitions, are so misplaced? Where did they come from?

I suppose, with becoming more conscious of these matters, you can change what you need. And so, actively have a great time, party, and still keep your diet in place, without destroying your confidence in yourself in the process.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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Have You Given Up?

I am always hearing people saying that they just can’t lose weight, that they’re doomed for the rest of their lives. They’ve given up, at wits end with what seems to be no options out. Many have lost and regained weight over and over again, going from one method to the next with no real success.

Have you given up?

Have you tried it all?

When reviewing successful cases of weight loss and weight management over long periods of time, 4 principles keep showing up time and time again. Coincidental? No, success leaves clues, as they say. So what are the 4 principles?

  1. Healthy Diet
  2. Portion Control
  3. Cardiovascular Exercise
  4. Strength Training

Simply, diet and exercise. That’s it. A healthy diet and controlled portions and cardio and strength training. Really? Yes!

Healthy Diet:

So what is a healthy diet? No processed products, that’s right, only natural products, foods that you will find in nature as they are or very close. Sorry no soda, no pasta, no bread, no alcohol, no chocolate, no chips.  Is that it. Yes! To say it is easy, but to do is difficult, especially when you aren’t used to eating a diet free of these things. Many people are addicted to processed foods, sugar, fast foods etc…

So the difficultly will be the implementation of the healthy foods and the removal of the unhealthy foods. I would suggest that you start slow, start small, and proceed step by step. Try to implement 1 thing and remove 1 thing. Don’t try to remove the things you love the most at the beginning, because you will be fighting withdrawal symptoms before long. Start with something small and that you’re not addicted to. Then try something else small. Slowly and surely you will change your diet for the better.

Portion Control:

Overeating is a chronic problem for many people and is one of the major problems for people who are trying to lose weight. By controlling the amount of food you are eating, you start to limit the amount of excess calories that you have to burn off. The amount of food will be different for everyone, it will be dependent on many factors. Review the size of the meals you are eating. Are you forcing yourself towards the end of meal to finish what’s on your plate? Did you know many people have been raised to finish what’s on their plate. Do you eat fast without chewing your food and tasting the food?

Slow down your eating, reduce the size of the meals, chew your food more and taste it. When you start to feel full, stop eating. Drink more water between meals to curb dehydration, which is commonly mistaken for hunger. Follow these suggestions and you will start to control your weightloss issues.

Cardiovascular Exercise:

Cardio as it is commonly known; things such as running, swimming, walking, cycling and rowing are the commonly stated cardio exercises, but as long as you are raising your heart rate and your breath rate, you are performing cardiovascular exercise. You need to raise your heart rate for a minimum of 30 minutes up to 90 minutes. The average time is usually around the 45 – 60 minutes. Performed 5 – 7 days per week.

If you have never done cardiovascular exercise in your life, don’t go out and try to run for 90 minutes, you won’t be doing yourself any favours. Instead start small and slow. Start out at 10 or 15 minutes and see how feel. Maybe continue for the next week or so at that level. Then the week after, extend 5 minutes. And then another 5 minutes the week after and so on, continually improving and extending up to 60 – 90 minutes, to what feels right for you.

Strength Training:

The last principle that many successful weightloss stories have is ‘strength training’. Does this mean you have to go to a gym and pump weights with the body builders? No, but a gym is a good place to start learning to do strength training. Do you have to go to a gym to learn and do strength training? No. There are many alternatives. Strength training should be performed 1 – 3 times per week. Dependent on your schedule and your goals

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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Weight Loss Is Just Counting Calories And Some Exercise – Isn’t It?

Scary statistics, the obestity and overweight statistics of western society. Ever had a look at the statistics from your own country? It’s terrible, even our kids are adversely affected. Some statistics are showing that two thirds of some populations are overweight, with as much as one third being obese.

How can we let ourselves fall to such a level? Look at our sedentary lifestyles, the addiction to internet and television. Where will we end up in 20 years? Quite frankly, it’s depressing. No wonder mental health is deteriorating.

 

How are you sabotaging yourself?

To change our low levels of health, awareness of how we are sabotaging ourselves is essential. We all have particular and unique ways that we accomplish this task. Once we uncover how we are doing this we can change those particular behaviours.

What is stopping you from eating healthier?

What is stopping you from exercising?

What excuses are you telling yourself?

Who or what are you blaming?

What are you going to do to change these things?

 

How can you improve your diet?

Nobody enjoys having to start something they don’t want to do. But in what ways could you start to change your diet?

You don’t have to go cold turkey and change everything at once. Start slowly and implement at your discretion. Just removing soda will reduce sugar consumption dramatically, which is a major problem. The addiction to sugar and fast foods is a major reason for the statistics. By removing the worst things from your diet slowly and surely is the best way to continue long term.

 

It’s about being healthy.

What’s the end goal? To lose weight or be healthy? Hopefully you said healthy. The long term goal is to become more healthy by creating good habits around diet and exercise. Losing weight will not help you if you still maintain your unhealthy ways. So focus on how to be more healthy, and as a result lose the weight that you are seeking to.

 

Step by step.

By trying to change everything at once, trying to give up all the bad habits cold turkey, won’t work. You will be overwhelmed. Too much too quickly. Set yourself up to win, not fail and become depressed over nothing happening. Start slowly and start small. By changing in this way, step by step, your chance of success will be greater. With goals set, plans written up and deadlines set, you will improve your efforts dramatically. But only, step by step, by starting slow, by starting small. Let your small successes build and let the confidence in your abilities soar as you then push on to bigger and harder challenges.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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Weight Loss 8 Proven Tips

Have you heard the story, that if you go on a diet and lose weight, that you will put the weight back on after you finish the diet. All too often.

Why? That is a good question. Why does it happen?

Experts all agree with this statement. Why? Because, to effectively lose weight, you need to change your lifestyle. What? You need to forget about 12 weeks, but think more realistically about this is a change that is happening for life?

Only long term dedicated action changes your situation.

Put another way:  How long did it take you to get to this condition? Well that’s how long it will take for your body to learn to be thinner, healthier, stronger and fitter.

A habit is formed at 21 days of consecutive practice. The habit starts to become automatic after 66 days of consecutive practice. Wow, all I have to do is practice the behaviours I want for 66 days and I won’t have to worry about them ever again. No! How long have you been performing these bad habits. Yes, a lot longer than 66 days. What about those day when things just don’t go as planned?

  1. Don’t skip breakfast, otherwise you may be setting yourself up to binge later in the day. Set yourself up to win by starting the day on a good note.

 

  1. Don’t eat 2 hours before bedtime. Digestion takes time to perform. Digestion interrupts sleep and the recovery that happens during sleep.

 

  1. Perform 30 minutes of exercise at least 3 times per week. 5 – 6 times per week is optimal, with 1 day off for recovery.

 

  1. Substitute healthier options. Such as carob for chocolate, honey for sugar or vegetables or fruit as snacks.

 

  1. Avoid processed foods. Anything that can’t be found in nature as it is or very close, should be avoided at all cost. The world is becoming more and more educated as to the risks of fast foods (processed foods).

 

  1. Don’t snack in front of the TV. To eat a meal is acceptable, but snacking while unconsciously watching TV is a serious problem with people who overeat.

 

  1. Substitute fruit for unhealthy candy, cake or cookies.

 

  1. Drink more water. Drink a tall glass on raising in the morning. Drink when you feel hungry during the day, wait 20 minutes and evaluate hunger again. Try to drink more water throughout the day.

There is only one reason why you can’t lose weight. YOU! Take charge of yourself and command yourself to lose the weight. Support yourself by being more tolerant and patient in your self talk, or the way you talk to yourself.

You can do this, you can lose weight.

 

You owe it to yourself, to be healthy, to be fit, to live life.
Thanks for reading,
William…
“Live Life!”

 

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