Happy New Year! I hope you all had a safe and enjoyable celebration to ring in the new year! Whether or not you are the type that makes resolutions, don't miss Tim Ferriss' article below. As one of the world's most prominent "life-hacker", he no longer does resolutions - he does something entirely different.
Speaking of life-hackers, as I’m sure you’ve heard by now, Betty White passed away on New Years Eve, a couple weeks shy of her 100th birthday. Let’s face it, she was a bright light on this planet and she had a delightful approach to life. I’ve read dozens of quotes from her; her sense of humor was fabulous. Never forget that “Laughter is the best medicine.”
Within the kindness and consideration she displayed, Betty White had two persistent feelings: optimism and gratitude. She was that way her entire, long and happy life. She also said complaining was a waste of time.
We see a lot of folks in and out of this office, and I assure you, most chiropractic patients of this clinic feel like Betty White: Optimistic and Grateful. I know, because I get to see it and feel it every day. And so am I. I believe there is room for improvement for almost every single patient we see. Chiropractic patients have made decisions for betterment, not just covering up symptoms with medications. Ultimately, you want function restored – You’re an optimist.
And one last thought Betty White had on longevity, “Try not to die.”
Stay well adjusted,
Dr. Dan Kammer