The bottom line, no matter what is happens, no matter what will happen, life asks us to go on, not to quit. Let’s give it our best.
“Don’t let one cloud obliterate the whole sky.” ~ Anais Nin
Joe: “I went to work last Saturday and my boss asked me what I was doing at work?”
Pete: “What did you say?”
Joe: “I told my boss my girlfriend told me to go to hell, work was the closest I could get.”
“Every idea is my last. I feel sure of it. So, I try to do the best with each as it comes and that’s where my responsibility ends. But I just don’t wait for ideas. I look for them. Constantly. And if I don’t use the ideas that I find, they’re going to quit showing up.” ~ Peg Bracken
Quality Hummus is a Go To Choice for Nutrition
So is hummus healthy? If you make homemade hummus with real ingredients or buy a quality store-bought hummus then yes. Basic hummus recipes contain six healthy ingredients: chickpeas, olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, sea salt and tahini.
Here are the top eight hummus benefits:
- Good Source of Plant-Based Protein
- Fights Illness and Disease
- Decreases Inflammation
- Helps Digestion and Intestinal Health
- High in Vitamins and Minerals
- Supports Bone Health
- Protects Heart Health
- Boosts Your Energy
NOTE: Be cautious and read the ingredients when buying hummus. My market offers a wide variety of hummus. Yet, only two products are made with extra virgin olive oil. I limit my choices to these two products.
A lot of disagreements can be squelched by not adding an extra log to the fire. I know it’s hard to hold back, especially when every nerve seems to be on fire. You can change the subject, suggest you think about it, or thank the other for their opinion. Let the extra log stay where it is.
Does everyone have a piece of you but you? Is it time to set boundaries and carve out time for yourself? Knowing one’s boundaries frees one’s self to focus more on what is important.