Magnet School

September 26, 2022

Ron collected magnets of places he visited as he traversed the country in his beat-up Chevy Nova in his early adult years.

When he and Donna moved into their new home shortly after marriage 27 years ago, Donna’s dad built him a metal magnet board for the garage wall, resurrecting those magnets from a zip-lock bag buried deep in some closet.

Everything was wonderful in the early years, with those magnets being a highlight of any home tour.

Then garage creep set in, and the magnet board all but disappeared behind a row of plastic storage bins stacked seven deep.

We just moved back into our home three weeks ago after a five+ month renovation, allowing for some long-overdue purging and including above-the-cars garage ceiling storage racks.

And Ron’s happy again. He can enjoy his magnets, and they are once again an obligatory part of home tours.

Now we have magnets at both ends of our house, Ron’s in the garage and the Bemer pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) microcirculation system in the family room for everyone in the house to use.

Your tour now includes a Bemer session while listening to stories from Ron on highlights of his collecting.

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This is a test…

Most American adults are not getting enough of their fruits and vegetables, according to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If you’re reading this newsletter, you’re probably interested in this topic – now here is your test: what % of adults are actually eating the recommended daily serving of veggies?

If you guessed that 10% of adults are eating the recommended daily serving of vegetables, and 12.3% are consuming enough fruit, you would be right. It’s sobering to realize these percentages are so low even after decades of education by the government, medical professionals, grocery stores, etc.

The recommendations are based on dietary guidelines from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Health and Human Services, which advise that adults incorporate 2 to 3 cups of vegetables and 1 1/2 to 2 cups of fruit into their diet each day. Eating sufficient fruits and vegetables “can help protect against some chronic conditions that are among the leading causes of mortality in the United States,” the study noted.

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Keep the greens tasty

Have you grown an abundant supply of herbs this year? If you’ve never dried your fresh herbs before now, please try it! Every time you use them you’ll be reminded of the summertime!

Click on the image below for drying tips.