For most a close call is a wake up call. It’s a signal to pay attention so you won’t get caught off guard again. Almost hit people in a crosswalk cause you were playing with your phone, then it’s time to put it away and use Bluetooth only. Survived a heart attack or a stroke then that is a sure sign that you need to make your health a priority. Car making a weird noise and the dealer who only puts on new parts quotes you 2K to replace it until you find a local shop with a mechanic that can fix it for $250.
I thought of this today as I had one of those close calls yesterday. I always to my long workouts in the weekend and yesterday I did a 50K bike ride. Even though we finished before the day got really hot, I still lost quite a bit of fluids. Thinking I had my bases covered with Gatorade and other fluids wasn’t enough. Several leg cramps last night made me realize that I am not replacing all the nutrients that I have lost and need to make sure that I have enough potassium and magnesium. Neighbour is a dietician who helped with the diagnosis this morning.
So what will it take you before you take the necessary action and change your ways. Do you need a close call? Be fortunate if you get one cause sometimes people are not so lucky. Make the most of it if you get it.
Today I am thankful for a chat with a knowledgeable neighbour, the opportunity to do it again but better the next time and people who respond to service requests on Sunday.
I look forward to hearing from you in regard to your mortgage needs.
p.s.s- I should tell you that I am licensed in Nova Scotia Brokerage (2021-3000179) Broker (2021-3000180), Ontario(M18001555) & in British Columbia(BCFSA #504098).
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