Weekly Top 5 #68 — Apple Cider Vinegar, Privacy and Death
Do you pay any attention to your own privacy and security? Well, I think you should even if you feel you have nothing to hide. I rather like this quote “If you give me six lines written by the hand of the most honest of men, I will find something in them which will hang him.” Cardinal Richelieu
We don’t talk about death very often, I wonder if it’s because we fear it so much, so because we know so little about it. This article on Dr B.J Miller is beautiful, yet emotionally complicated. His story on running a special kind of hospice despite being a triple amputee himself is just so incredible. I HIGHLY recommend reading this.
I hope this is boring news to you because if you haven’t watched this amazing show by now you are missing out. The twists and details to the futuristic AI cowboy “theme park” story were absolutely incredible. What an amazing ride! Go check it out and suffer with me in having to wait for tens of months for season 2 (Please let there be a season 2!)
How often do you shop online? Ever wonder what else you can do with those empty aside from the recycle bin? How about using that same box to give away something of yours to those in need for Free? I think this is a great idea it’s making donation almost frictionless. I still prefer charity shops, but this could be a fantastic start for a lot of people.
I don’t normally talk about food and nutrition here, but bear with me on this. I’ve been suffering from really bad nasal allergy for years, it would get so bad I would barely be able to function, and that’s with the aid of nose sprays, eye drops and antihistamines. I was pleasantly surprised to see 2 simple tablespoons of apple cider vinegar mixed in a glass of water a day is all it took to improve my condition :) I can’t believe how magical it was! There’s also heaps of other benefits.
[The Good] Started a bit of exercise again, I was gaining weight far too frighteningly
[The Bad] Financial woes, same as everyone else I guess
[The Goal] Get one more project ticked off
Originally published at Shapes.