I’ve been so busy reading about things like vaccines, UFOs, and government corruption. Dave and I are constantly finishing each other’s sentences when we talk about these things, and the most recent thought-sharing instance was that all of those topics feel the same in some ways. Note: I have been the instigator of the vaccine talks, and he has initiated the other stuff (it’s not that I don’t care about UFOs, but… it’s not what I read/watch at night for fun). A lot weighs on me when we talk about vaccines, and it’s not something I really want to post my opinions about. I’m not an activist-type person. I keep my controversial-topic opinions to myself, and I don’t tell people what they should do.
Although, I do bend that rule if someone asks my opinion about things like hydrogenated oils and high fructose corn syrup. Those things, although controversial, don’t elicit the aggressive responses that vaccines do. So, I’m not going to talk about it here. I’m just going to say that I don’t think anyone should blindly follow any stance—research it. We watched the documentary Bought this evening. I highly recommend it. I also recommend reading what the CDC website has to say about vaccines, as well as talking to your doctor about it.
Just don’t jump on any bandwagons without reviewing all sides of the story.
Actually, I recommend it so much that I’m linking to it (it’s not free, but it costs less than 5 bucks to rent it). If you have any interest in vaccines or GMOs, you’ll want to watch this.
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I’ll be back with more tomorrow. I’m starting a new PIP—remember when I did that a few years ago? (PIP=Personal Improvement Program). Well, I’ve been through a lot lately, and I have a lot of work going on—it’s not the same as before when I was wellness coaching full-time and teaching online full-time… I’m being a mom during the day and working at night. There’s not a lot of room for me to not feel my best—I don’t have time for that, and I’m breastfeeding so I can’t over-caffeinate…