Life is too short to worry about everything all of the time

What will they come out with next?

Do we go for an unhealthy body to have a healthy mind?

I have been browsing through the news recently during my morning coffee and, to my surprise, as I took the first bit of my breakfast multi-grain, fibre-filled, gluten-free, wheat-free chocolate muffin, I found an article which I found truly fascinating.

Apparently, middle-aged people who are obese are far less likely to suffer from dementia-related illnesses when they reach their twilight years.  Now, this got me thinking: are the professionals now telling us that it’s OK to be overweight because it will lead to a healthy mind in the future?

Is this not totally the opposite of what we’ve been told previously – that being overweight is unhealthy?

Not long ago, alcohol was bad for you, then a report came out that a glass of red wine every evening (if you are over 60) is good for you.

So, I have come to this conclusion: life is too sort to worry about everything all of the time, “everything in moderation” is my new motto.

A cake now and then, a glass of wine here and there, some exercise and lots of cwtshes and laughter.

Now I do think I may be on to something here…