Eating yogurt, fruit, fresh veggies. Walking, maybe a beer and that is life as you roll into your last 50 years of life!
Wow, that’s a wide swath of information.
Attitude is a big thing as time marches on. Keeping a positive outlook on things, being able to laugh at one’s self and having good solid family as well as friends and your health.
I know not always do the dice roll in our favor, I have been blessed to enjoy good health .. quick find me a large piece of timber to knock on. Because – every day there seems to be a pain somewhere!!!
The world of social media gives that uneasy feeling – whether its a Dr. Oz treatment, the Doctors telling you to eat the latest legume or a personal trainer from the Biggest Loser warning you to lose 50 pounds or die. IT IS ALL OUT THERE!
Be wise, listen to your own body, mind and soul. Live without regret. Be honest to yourself – know when enough of something is enough. Laugh a lot and do not take things too seriously, if it bothers you say so. Stand up for what you believe in and help those as you can.
This year I plan on keeping working toward a clearer path – reducing the clutter in my world, looking after myself and trying to work toward a new level of professionalism! Wow! That’s kind of “heavy”.
On this day, thirty years ago it was the beginning of my broadcasting career. I completed my radio course at Prairie Broadcast Training Institute in Regina. Today was graduation day!
Thank you Saul Jacobson.
I first met Saul when he was doing a seminar for “community college”, he told me he was starting a broadcasting school in Regina. At the time he was also working on CKIT FM in Regina.
A career I had always wanted and this would work out great. I had looked at going to SAIT in Calgary, but that was not going to be happening. This is a story I have mentioned before.
The wait was worth it; May 10th, 1986 I started working at 620 CKCK.
The friendships I forged have remained. And upon returning to Regina five years ago (May 24, 2011) it seems there is always a re-connect to someone from the “golden” years of radio! So much has changed. The attitude, the commitment, the camaraderie, it is all generational.
So, here’s to a healthy 45 or 50 years, retaining, maintaining and developing friendships!
Thanks everyone for the warm wishes this April 4th. It really means a lot!