Want to live well? You are what you eat.
You’re also how you feel, how you exercise, how you sleep, how you handle money, how you relate to people, and what you value. If you’re worried about your well-being, Harvard experts across an array of fields have some advice: Eat thoughtfully, exercise often, raise your children well, stash a few bucks away, and stop thinking it’s all about you. People make choices every day that affect their health and happiness, but life’s complexity and its bewildering array of options — not to mention the species-wide lack of willpower — can make living well a challenge. Vast research conducted across Harvard’s myriad Schools and programs continues to help push back the boundaries of understanding about human health and behavior, enhancing the knowledge of what makes people ill and what makes them well, what makes them wilt and what makes them prosper.
Eating healthy includes watching quality and quantity, Willett said. 1. 2. 3. Norton and Weissbourd may be onto something.
They regarded democracy as a powerful but imperfect mechanism: something that needed to be designed carefully, in order to harness human creativity but also to check human perversity, and then kept in good working order, constantly oiled, adjusted and worked upon. The need for hard-headedness is particularly pressing when establishing a nascent democracy. One reason why so many democratic experiments have failed recently is that they put too much emphasis on elections and too little on the other essential features of democracy. The power of the state needs to be checked, for instance, and individual rights such as freedom of speech and freedom to organise must be guaranteed. Robust constitutions not only promote long-term stability, reducing the likelihood that disgruntled minorities will take against the regime. Video Democracy: A view from Cairo.
HEALTH. BALLET. MISC. The Financial Advice I'm Glad I Ignored When I Was Broke. How to Fix Every Common Zipper Problem. Nifty product, here's a direct link to the closed-end zipper solution: The only problem I see is that it never addresses the problem of not having the beginning of the zipper closed, so it could possibly just undo itself from the broken end all the time.
It's not pretty, but to solve this kind of problem, you can cut out a few of the teeth at the bottom to thread the slider back on the other side (I'd probably take out 2 or 3 teeth about 1 inch up to make it easier). Then you need to put a stop across the zipper above the teeth you took out (to stop the slider going down pass that point again). With clothes, we used to sew the zipper shut with enough thread to act as a stopper, but with luggage you'll probably need to find something a bit more sturdy. I used the FixnZip on my golf bag (similar style as the briefcase).
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