TRAVEL-COOK, both foodies, Disability Management Specialist Mary Sherwood Sevinsky and Husband, Jim Shiber, an orientation and mobility instructor, love to travel, cook, and eat! Most often, the food we make is much better than that we get in restaurants, so we often have to get creative when traveling, especially in rural areas!
Just think what you could do with an extra hour or two each day: you could finally stick to an exercise routine, or spring-clean the house, or write your novel, or learn the guitar, or get a new qualification.
I can’t magically make all your days 25 hours long. But I can help you find more hours in your day for the things that really matter.
Get Out of Bed Earlier If you normally get up at 7.30am, try getting up at 7am. That half-hour might not sound like much -- but it could be time that you use to meditate, to exercise, to read that book you’ve been meaning to finish, or simply to get your day off to a calm and organized start.