Yes, there is always good and bad in all, isn’t? And bacteria is not the exception.
Our bodies have different tissues full of excellent microbes that help us fight the bad ones. It is so important that we take care and preserve this kind, helpful and faithful bacteria, so we can have an army of healthy tiny micro bio-soldiers for the attack of the bad ones when necessary.
In fact, you couldn’t survive without some bacteria! Good ones help digest your food and fight invading microbes. Also, they are used in making some of the dairy products you like to eat and also some types of medicines! It is one of the best decomposers – they break down dead and decaying organic matter, from leaves to insects.
Best of all, it is being used to clean up oil spills to keep your environment healthy too.
Divorced eggs?! Whaaaat? Funny, huh? And it is because they are served on the same plate with different sauces on top of them, usually green and red on a bed of french fries or two tortillas with two slices of ham. They are delicious!
GRAPEFRUIT FROM MY ORCHARD
I leave you with these pictures to make you feel like you are sitting right there enjoying the beautiful panorama. Isn’t it gorgeous?It’s Cancún 2019
REMEMBER: Enjoy today, feel the moment. After all, the now is all the time we have. So there…be happy! 😊
Bad words, swearing, would you use them once in a while in your post? Some say that there’s nothing to lose by keeping things clean. In contrast, swearing will surely bother some people – so why take that risk?
Others encourage you to be yourself and embrace who you are. For many people, holding back is essentially a form of censorship; in fact, it is said that those who swear are more honest than those who don’t.
I thought about some swearing words I know and made a list, but I wanted to get more, so I went to a political forum where I know there are many of subscribers who swear a lot in their comments (it is permmited in that forum to do it). But sometimes, just for fun, would you do it? Would you swear just a bit?
Some swearing words are not that bad, but others are so insulting that I do not think I would ever use them, ever, not in my blog, not in person. So here there is a list of some that are not the worst onesthough.
Bitch, Son of a Bitch, Bollocks, Belend, Tit, Prick, Dick, Twat, Punami, Bastard, Dickhead, Wanker…the worst words that come to mind are so disgraceful I wouldn’t even refer to them at all. Freedom of speech is great, but it has to have some boundries.
MY OWN TAKE:
Is it ever okay to swear on your blog and/or general website content? In my opinion, it all depends. Know your audience, pick your battles, and go with common sense. After all, you probably wouldn’t swear inside of a church full of people, correct?
It is important to note that not all stress is bad. Everyone experiences a certain amount of stress on an almost daily basis, and it cannot be completely eliminated.
Stress becomes a problem when too much is experienced, and it has a negative impact on behaviors, relationships, and health.
The term “eustress” refers to positive stress that is associated with improved performance and productivity. “Distress” is negative stress that is associated with performance decrement and negative health consequences.
The individual’s perception of the stressor and coping resources determine whether a situation is eustress or distress.
Some physical signs of stress can often be mistaken to be symptoms of some other issue. So listen closely to what your body is trying to tell you.
In Extremis: The Life and Death of the War Correspondent Marie Colvin
Marie Colvin, the headmost war reporter of her generation was killed in Syria in 2012 at age 56 by an IED (Improvised Explosive Device). The world of journalism lost a great and iconoclastic correspondent, a fearless female who covered the most destructive global calamities of our times.
She lost an eye when she was reporting in Sri Lanka at the end of the civil war. She interviewed Gaddafi twice, and risked her life covering conflict in Chechnya, East Timor, Kosovo, Sierra Leone, and Zimbabwe.
Her personal life was highly interesting as it was her professional one: extremely motivated, bold and unpredictable. She married several times, drank heavily, suffered from PTSD and never allowed anyone to box her into what society expects from women’s roles.