No Worry, No Cry. It works out over time.

Download or listen: How to be Happy podcast: (Things always work out for the best)

We spend a great deal of time worrying about our current situation, than maybe enjoying the situation. For some people it is hard to see the forest because those dam trees are blocking their vision. 99% of our life is temporary, having said that about time, why waist it concentrating on thing that are the filler in our daily lives.

Things Just Work out, if you let them.

Remember that test it was so important for you to pass in high school, nope you don’t. Remember that bill that you didn’t have enough money to pay for several months ago, nope.

Do you remember what you were so worried about…?:

  • 10 years ago
  • 5 years ago
  • 2 years ago
  • 1 year ago
  • 6 month ago
  • 3 month ago
  • 15 days ago
  • 1 week ago

Seriously, chose the good things to look forward to. I know it requires a retraining of your entire outlook, but it is worth it. Most of this we call life is temporary, 99.9 percent of it is temporary, so why worry about thing that are bound to change anyway.


Live well, I love you all

Emmitt “Dr Feel Good” Muckles

What happened to Michigan, and the United States?

1913_logoIf you live in Michigan, the poster child of declining home values, loss of jobs, and bad road surfaces. You may have some serious issues.

There are a great deal of people who are unemployed here in Michigan. Most of us think this started with the Bush administration. NOPE!

Some think it started with the Clinton administration. Could BE…..Nope!

It reaches much further back, to a land long, long ago, where the hair was long and the pants were called bells. That’s right people this goes back to the 1970. The era of Richard Nixon, old Tricky Dick himself. All the other administrations after Nixon just added fuel to the smoldering fire to get us to this point.

What did President Nixon do to set thing into motion? It’s a really simple thing, Nixon detached the dollar from the gold standard. WOW! That was the straw that broke the camels back, but wait it started in 1913 with the ratification of the 16th amendment and the establishment of the Federal Reserve!

So what give our monetary items value now?

Check it out do the research!