It consumes most of our waking hours. It defines our identities. Our families may even be structured to accommodate it. What is it? WORK. With the right expectations, work is also a powerful contributor to total well-being.
To shape our mindset for loving work, we must first examine our expectations. A common myth is that our work should fit us throughout our lives. Let’s bust that myth right now. There is no one perfect job for you. There is a job that’s nearly perfect for you right now.
Let’s explore the first important word in our new expectation, “nearly.” There will always be parts of our work that we love more than others. Challenge yourself to actively notice which parts of work are energizing and which parts are draining.
Let’s explore the second important part of our new expectation, “right now.” You are always learning, growing and changing. In other words, you are always on your way to becoming someone new! Work that fit your teens and twenties may not fit who you are in your fifties. Aid the change by trying out new challenges or roles that fit who you are. Talk with your work associates and supervisor to share your special skills, knowledge and attributes.
We all need shots (also called vaccinations or immunizations) to help protect us from serious diseases and to help keep our community safe.
Shots can prevent serious diseases like the flu, measles, and pneumonia. It’s important to know which shots you need and when to get them.
Everyone age 6 months and older needs to get a flu vaccine every year. Many other shots work best when they are given at certain ages.
If you have a child age 6 or younger, find out which shots your child needs.
Find out which shots adults and teenagers need.
Use this chart for adults to see if you are up to date on your shots:
Talk to your doctor or nurse to make sure that everyone in your family gets the shots they need.
Total time: 20 min | Prep: 5 min
4 garden fresh large tomatoes Black pepper to taste
1 tablespoon fresh chopped or dried basil ¼ cup grated parmesan cheese
¼ cup grated parmesan cheese 4 teaspoons olive oil
Pre-heat oven to 450 degrees. Cut tomatoes horizontally into half inch
slices. Place on baking sheet and top with basil, black pepper and parmesan
cheese. Drizzle with olive oil. Bake until tomatoes are tender and cheese has
browned, about 15 minutes.
Calories: 100 Total Fat: 7 g Sodium: 105 mg Total Carbohydrates: 7 g
Dietary Fiber: 2 g Total Protein: 4g
Nutrition information computed using nutritiondata.com