Health Care is Broken

Your best insurance is taking care of yourself.

America spends ~ $10k on each person for health care, while Japan, which has a longer life expectancy for its citizens than the U.S. (83.1 years vs. 79.1 years), spends just $3,816 per person.

Are people healthier from all those extra dollars, unfortunately no?
The majority is spent on hospitalization (about ⅓ of the $3.2 trillion) and lots of course on drugs.


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Having It All

Is it possible to have it all?

Honestly, if you are reading this, you already know the answer, or at least realize what you want it to be.

I often think of the woman in Proverbs 31.

She had a business and took care of her house and had an incredible relationship with God.

I feel like she had it all. I realized something when reading about her; she embodied some peculiar characteristics.

First, you have to believe you can have it too.


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How Parisians Eat Anything And Never Gain Weight

If you didn’t know, I am traveling, indefinitely.
Stop number 9 was France.
The first stop, of course, was to Paris.
Flying into Paris from Toronto (Hamilton) is priced amazing right now in case you want more info on how to find well-priced tickets, click here.

Okay, so the thing I heard mostly about Paris is what you can eat anything and not gain weight.

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