Weekly Blog Favourites #3

It’s always great to gain perspective from other people’s experience in life and acquire knowledge from their experience. In this weekly piece, I share with you some of my favourate blog reads during the week covering any and all subjects of interest. I encourage you to give them a read hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

Check out this weeks blog favourites:

All About Healthy Choices:

Doctor Jonathan @ All About Healthy Choices challenges us to really examine whose responsibility it is to make sure we are healthy or return to good health. In his post ‘Whose Job is it to Find Cures for Chronic Diseases? he looks at the usual suspects: doctors, pharmaceutical companies, researchers, developers and scientist and addresses how these sectors of the health industry have their place in health, but how there job is not to cure our illnesses. He concludes by showing us how these important health care providers have their place in the health care system, but its not to cure our chronic diseases.

Finance Superhero:

Finance Superhero writes a touching, reflective and very sobering letter titled ‘Address to the Class of 2016’. In it he highlights the financial crash of 2008-2009. The changes in technology, innovation and diversity in products that have developed just over the last few decades. Providing an encouraing message to the younger generation before him, he encourages them to live their dream, find work that fufills them, but to also be practical about their time, money, strengths and limitations. A great read for any one approaching graduation or starting post-secondary school.

It Pays Dividends:

Another uplifting and encouraging message from Thias @ It Pays Dividends. Thia’s post ‘How to Obtain Your Remarkable Life’ is nothing short of encouraging and uplifting.  He outlines what it means to like a remarkable life and what needs to be done to achieve this. A very inspiring and great post.

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2 replies

  1. Thank you for including my post and for the kind words Pamela! Glad to hear you liked the post!