Day 2517: Information for healthy living

Just now, when I searched my thousands of blogs for a previous post about “information for healthy living,” this is what WordPress told me:

Nothing Found

Sorry, but nothing matched your search criteria. Please try again with some different keywords.

 

And here I thought I’ve been giving you, my readers, information for healthy living for approximately two thousand, five hundred and seventeen days!

Well, as I like to tell people, there’s no time like the present, so let’s begin:

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That photo helps explain and corroborate today’s title, but there’s no information for healthy living there!

Let’s see if there’s any information for healthy living in the rest of my photos from yesterday:

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When I search YouTube for “information for heathy living,” lots of videos show up, including this one:

 

Yesterday, I told my wonderful Primary Care Physician —  Dr. Laura Snydman at Tufts Medical Center —  that I hoped  my dancing was as good for healthy living as medicine is.

Here‘s Bailey and Gino from So You Think You Can Dance (which I think is great medicine):

 

Feel free to add more information for healthy living in the comments section, below.

Here’s some healthy thanks from your grateful blogger:

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21 thoughts on “Day 2517: Information for healthy living

  1. May today be healthy for all, Ann.

  2. I have a healthy respect for healthy living!

  3. I think you need to add an “Information for Healthy Living” tag to your posts. Obviously, WP has taken to just noticing the obvious.

  4. Would this post be appropriate for this challenge? https://judydykstrabrown.com/2019/10/17/unfortunate-signage/

  5. The most-repeated lesson in every creative writing class I’ve ever taken is “show, don’t tell”, and you’ve always shown us ways to live and be healthy even without saying it.

  6. Search engine algorithms have no soul and often, no imagination. Your whole blog is information for healthy living but it’s written in secret code that only humans can understand.

    Cat photos are essential for healthy living, for example. So is angst. And visits to the dentist. Performing at The Fringe Festival in Edinburgh (if you are Ann). Music. Creativity. Dance. And planning fundraisers with friends.

  7. puella33

    We don’t need a search engine to find healthy living, especially because each person is unigue, therefore it varies from person to person. I like the poster of ” dancing”- for me the arts are healthy living, because they are problem free and involve your own creativity. Art is freedom of expression, and there are restrictions. Have a nice day, Ann

  8. Regarding the poster: “We don’t have to be big to fight.” Reminds me of a saying: “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight that matters, It’s the size of the fight in the dog.”
    -Alan

  9. I think, that you are writing a lot about mental healthy living and then show your dinner plate from home, which always looks healthy, Ann 🙂

  10. Well, you’re right! You’ve consistently supplied posts with information for healthy living! I hope you’ll begin tagging your posts with that hashtag! Apparently WP needs you to lead the way. 🙂 Let us know how the Mayor Pete rally goes! I’m glad you can make it!

  11. A blog a day keeps the doctor away! (we can only hope…)

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