Awesome advice, glad you have noticed this about …

Comment posted on You, Just Wait A Minute! by Darlene

awesome advice, glad you have noticed this about yourself and are making new choices. well done!

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  • Ren – something to consider. Is it that you “have to” eat it that fast, or do you “choose to” because you have other things that are more important?

    Life is always about choices and even when we think we don’t have a choice, we do. You are choosing to eat fast to get back to work or to study. The world will not end if you take 10 more minutes to eat.

    Consider this – perhaps if you eat and digest properly, you’ll have more energy and be more clear minded and able to focus. Therefore you’ll be able to work BETTER and more efficiently and able to study harder and retain more information.

    I know these to be facts for me cause I’ve done it both ways. I know when I rush around I usually get less done. Food for thought.

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