Here then are eight ways you can re energize, re invigorate and do some ongoing maintenance for your brain. As we grow up and “mature” many of us stifle or deny our natural curiosity. Let yourself be curious! Wonder to yourself about why things are happening.
I queried her, can I do on my day off? pointed to the TV and said, can watch a little bit of TV, and then take a nap. Has been a long time since I watched any daytime TV. I spent the first half hour trying to find something interesting to watch and found absolutely nothing.
Some people claim that a more alkaline diet including the use of alkaline water can help your body buffer acidity, which can lead to better health and fitness. A few research reviews even support the claims. However, the jury’s still out on drinking alkaline water specifically.
Tilt the right knee in and roll onto left elbow, keeping kettlebell pressed above shoulder.C Raise from left elbow to left hand. Push hips up in a reverse plank position, pressing into right foot on the floor. Step your left leg through and land on knee to form a kneeling lunge.D.
But with recent studies suggesting that bras are actually doing more harm than good, we had to delve deeper: Why are we wearing bras, anyway? To answer that question, we spoke to American Society of Plastic Surgeons President Dr. Robert X. Murphy, Jr.
That’s the key to developing accountability.”As one of the proposals to be presented to voters next year, the elected Charter Reform Commission is recommending that the mayor be empowered to fire department managers.Councilwoman Laura Chick, however, said the city already has powers to remove department managers who are not performing.We have the power where the mayor sets goals and objectives and it’s reviewed by council,” Chick said. That allows you to make a direct route to remove general managers who aren’t performing.”Chick said she also distrusted the use of buyouts.I’m not from the private sector where these come from, but it seems to me it’s better to reward someone for performance and remove those who aren’t performing up to standard,” she said.Riordan said he had no choice but to offer Tatum a buyout.In Recreation and Parks, we had a situation everyone recognized wasn’t working well,” said Riordan, who as a parks commissioner in 1992 selected Tatum as general manager.In June, Tatum agreed to the consulting contract in which she would continue to work for the city but not as general manager.One of her top assistants, Rick Sessinghaus, is serving as interim general manager until a permanent department head is selected.Tatum, who had been paid $147,329 a year as general manager, did not return telephone calls.Tatum is one in a series of high ranking city officials offered consulting contracts in return for their resignation or early retirement, under Riordan and former Mayor Tom Bradley. Among these were former Community Redevelopment Agency chief John Tuite, Zoo Director Mark Goldstein, Animal Services Director Gary Olsen and, perhaps the most famous, former Police Chief Willie L.