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I am sure that all of us get tired, loss inspiration and get confused about where to go further and what to reach for. In these kind of situations we need some help from outside. I don’t know about you, but I try to read some motivational literature to gain back vision that has been lost. From all available sources I find motivational quotes to work best. These short sayings are full of energizing power and wisdom to give me fresh perspective for my future and daily life. In the article I want to give you a few of the quotes that you can apply in your daily life too.

“Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind” by Dr. Seuss.

You cannot live life of others. Other people have their lives and you have yours. They have their own opinions, beliefs and purposes and you should have yours. I know that a lot of people want to please others to the extent that they are ready to compromise what they believe and who they are. In this way they partly give the control of their lives into other people hands. Don’t do that. Live your life and follow what you believe for even if you try to please others and compromise what you believe, those people may turn you down any time they want.

“When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one that has opened for us” by Alexander Graham Bell.

Most people complain about lack of opportunities and opportunities that they have missed. In this way they concentrate on what is not rather than on what is. Opportunities arise every day but we fail to notice them for we are looking in the wrong direction. We are looking in the direction of lost opportunities. Let us change our focus and look in the direction of present and upcoming opportunities. Then, we will see a lot of them for we would be looking for them where they really are.

“Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it’s always your choice” by Wayne Dyer.

Nobody is guilty for our mistakes, failures or the fact that we are happy or unhappy. It is purely our choice to be happy or feel miserable. We decide upon the direction of our lives and we are today where we are because we chose to be there, not because somebody put us there. You are the master of your life and you direct the ship wherever you decide. If you do not enjoy the direction of your trip change it. The wheel is in your hands. So turn it and sail where you want it to sail. It’s your choice.

I enjoy reading various quotes and writing on the topic. I recommend reading two of my articles: quotes to live by and quotes about moving on. They will give you fresh inspiration and motivation.

Have you thought about where you want to grow old? Perhaps, who’s going to take care of you when you’re too frail to even perform the ordinary activities of daily living like eating, bathing, dressing, and walking from your bedroom to the living room?

These questions plus the health industry’s prediction that more than 70 percent of the population over 65 years old will require long term care should be a kick in the pants so that elderly folks who haven’t figured what they want for their future can get their act together, lest they face the soaring cost of long term care facilities.

Married baby boomers could be thinking that they should not worry about what tomorrow can bring because they have kids to depend on. Well, that’s good if your kids are not among those youngsters whose goal in life is to travel, and have their names etched in every corner of the planet. Kids these days are very ambitious and they always want to make a difference with what they do.

Unless you’re so certain that your children have no other plans in life than clean the house, cook you dinner and do errands for you, getting a long term care quote should top your list of priorities.

Even if you’re paying big monthly premiums for your Social Security which automatically qualifies you for Medicare benefits, it does not follow that your future LTC expenses are covered. Medicare will only shoulder the expenses that you incur in a nursing facility or hospital until you’ve fully recovered from a sickness or temporary disability due to an accident.

Medicaid, on the other hand, will only come in for you once you’ve spent down your assets. Meaning to say, once you can no longer afford to buy your own meals let alone put a roof over your head then Medicaid will shoulder your long term care expenses.

There is not the slightest doubt that baby boomers cannot expect to receive the treatment or care which members of the Greatest Generation received from their children upon hitting old age. It’s a sad truth but which one can prepare for by securing himself or herself with a long term care quote.

If you’re between 40 and 50, this is the best time to plan your life ahead. You’re most likely to spend only a fraction of what individuals in their 60s and 70s are shelling out already for annual premiums. Aside from that, you have the privilege of having a compound inflation protection integrated into your policy so your total maximum benefit will double in less than 10 years. Older policyholders can only settle for the simple inflation protection or none at all.

By consulting your LTCI agent, you’ll be able to compare one company’s long term care quote with that of another. In the process of comparing you might think that insurance companies offer practically the same thing, but they do not. If you patiently and carefully read through each plan, you’ll be able to single out an LTCI that is reasonable and affordable.

 

Visit CompleteLongTermCare.com to find helpful tips on how to get the best possible long term care quote and long term care insurance premiums.

Homemade Living: Keeping Bees with Ashley English: All You Need to Know to Tend Hives, Harvest Honey & More

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Heard the buzz? Beekeeping is back! Neighborhoods across the country have embraced it as a source of sustainable food and environmental goodness. For those who want to join the “hive” of keepers, Ashley English has the lowdown on the key issues, from space and time considerations to local ordinances to the basics of acquiring, housing, maintaining, and caring for bees year round. Plus, get 10 tested honey-centric recipes!

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