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LordZB , Updated June 18, But according to Ben Franklin, this is easier said than done. While other parts of the body — the palms of your hands, for instance — also have high levels of neurons, your stomach is unique in that it can effectively think for itself, meaning that you can digest food without having to think about it.
44 Things That You Don’t Know About Me
A things I figured about myself. One fine day I was blog-strolling and read this post: 55 things about me. And was instantly charged to make my own. After rambling on for few weeks I came up with this short list. It is far from complete, but sketches me pretty well. If nothing else, you should write down yours in your own little private book.
My nickname is Bill and has been since I was My hair is naturally red. During high school, I tap danced my way to teaching qualifications. I thought it would be a good back up career. I have a completely frustrating and uncontrollable blush response.
It's been a recurring theme in my life: Every time I'm offered an opportunity that stretches me beyond my comfort zone, an incessant mental chatter pulls the excitement out from under my feet:. A running reel of images plays on my mental Jumbotron. It seems that the sole purpose of my power of imagination is to terrorize myself. Perhaps you've heard that voice too. The one reminding you that you're somehow not enough. Not smart enough, not intelligent enough, not witty enough, and certainly not worthy enough to do anything of much importance. It cautions you that as long as you continue playing small, you'll come to no harm.
24 Things You Didn’t Know About Yourself
So, without further ado, here they are in no particular order. Sending a quick email before I caught a flight remember, I deliver a lot of keynote speeches for healthcare organizations about an important upcoming meeting that only said:. Yup, true story.
Each night you grow between 1 and 3 inches In the morning you are 1 to 3 inches taller than the night before. While you are asleep your body stretches out again. Your fingertips are so sensitive, if they were as large as our earth, you could still feel the difference between a house and a car. Every 30 days you take on a new skin. Where do they go?