different. I have tried a lot of things in my life. The worst thing I probably did was when my daughter was a baby and the pampers box said the pampers lining was flushable and just throw the plastic coating away. Oh, yea, I tried the flushing thing. Trouble is, we were renting, and the landlord made sure everyone who would listen in the neighborhood knew how dumb the new mother was when the drain was all clogged up. I only did what the package said I could do!
The cayenne pepper in the shoe was a good thing. It really kept the feet warm. If you try this on a cold winter's day, make sure the pepper is layered between your sock and the shoe or you will find out what it means to be hotfooting.
I think we all have something tucked away in a closet that we bought "As Seen On TV". It didn't work. SO, we didn't return it. Just thought we might try it again and someday it may work. Hubby just bought something from Kitchen Collection called, "Eggies." He thinks he saw in on TV. Regularly priced at 9.99 we got a wonderful sale
It only cost
2.97. WooHoo! No, we haven't tried it yet. Soon. Almost afraid to.
Growing up as a youth/teenager, I did not like olives or cranberry sauce. I kept trying both until I acquired a taste for them. As a teenager and on, I could eat them. Might or might not be an accomplishment.
As we continue on this journey of trying to live the healthy life, we will try a lot of things we are told are healthy. I have tried some protein drinks that are yucky. I have tried lots of different meal plans. Got tired of some things that were suppose to be good for weight loss, detox, energy, burn the fat, etc. . . .
I like what one wise teacher said about trying healthy things: "If your health is improving and you feel better, you are doing what's right for you." And, I believe, that is the key. "What's right for me." We are all different and what works for one, does not work for all. Thank God we are all different.
If at first I don't succeed, I will try, try, again.