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Posts from July 2023

Not surprisingly, the use of hand sanitisers and specialised cleaning products has rocketed in recent years, fuelled by the ongoing madness and a relentless public health campaign. The rationale behind them both is very simple. By killing germs on people’s hands – as well as other surfaces they’d been in contact with – the spread of disease would be slowed down and madness brought to an end. 
While this all sounds completely reasonable – and the sensible thing to do – as so often is the case, it isn’t quite that simple. 
We were struck the other day by how much guilt there seems to be in our lives these days. While it’s always been there to a greater or lesser extent, levels seem to have ratcheted up significantly in the last few years, for entirely understandable – albeit often far from logical – reasons. And it would probably be best if we avoided that particular rabbit hole for the time being… 
Perhaps you’ve felt it, but never had the time – or inclination (!) – to think any more about it. Or, simply accepted the vague feeling of discontentment or apprehension as just “the way things are” and got on with your life. 
So, what on earth is going on and why has guilt become so prevalent these days? 
To us, it’s very simple AND very obvious. Eating a healthy diet AND drinking plenty of water are one of the cornerstones of good health. After all, if we don’t put the correct “fuel” in our tanks, how on earth can we expect our bodies to function in the way we would like? Or, put another way, “rubbish in, rubbish out.” 
Despite this, many people seem to find deciding what to eat completely confusing and overwhelming. Let alone what may – or may not be (!) – a good choice. 
We seem to have so many different ways of making life much more difficult for ourselves. Not to mention more complicated and stressful. Although, to be fair, it’s not always entirely down to our own efforts, but thanks to the Little Monster in our Heads… 
Moving swiftly on from who may be in the driving seat (!), why do we do this? 
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