“When your values are clear to you, making decisions becomes easier.”— Roy Disney
The other day, I spoke with my grandfather on the phone. We had a wonderful conversation and it was the highlight of my day. If you don’t already do, I encourage you to do the same. Our grandparents are full of wisdom and knowledge from life experiences and will only be around a little longer. It’s a shame to think that some people do not appreciate their grandparents. We got on the topic of attitudes and values. My grandpa shared one of his lessons with me on how he has continued to stay positive and energetic despite his age. He named 5 “V”alues that allow us to become our best selves. Below is a summary of our discussion:
–Vigor: intensity of action or effect : force
–Vitality: lively and animated character/ the power of enduring
–Vertical: perpendicular to the plane of the horizon or to a primary axis : upright
Wine can be a great addition to your diet. Wine has many positive attributes to it. For some people, it relies them. Red wine has been seen to help protect against cancer. It does contain some vitamins and minerals to promote wellness. However, remember this: wine is still alcohol. Actually, it is high in alcohol- about %12-15! If you chose to enjoy wine, make sure you do responsibly: only 1-2 glasses at a time. In this way, you will reap the benefits while not getting drunk or increasing your waistline. Cheers! As Always, Eat, Move, Improve!