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What advice would you like to give to everyone about better living?

lt_michelleI would say the better you eat, the better you'll feel—and the more happy you'll be in everything you do.
Michelle Laszlo-Rath
Santa Cruz | Cashier

lt_lindaEat more vegetables, more kale and get more exercise.
Linda Ritten
Santa Cruz | Mom


lt_tim
Don't take things personally. Everybody is on their own trip so don’t take things too personally.
Tim Sternadel
Watsonville | Cashier


lt_nathan
Laugh more, laugh often, don’t forget to laugh at yourself. It's good for the soul.
Nathan Habina
Boulder Creek | Bicycle Sales

lt_kathryn
Enjoy nature to the the fullest. Enjoy the trees, the flowers, the ocean—all the everyday things we take for granted.
Kathryn Smith
Scotts Valley | Business Owner/Florist
Comments (3)Add Comment
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written by Rich, October 28, 2011
Stop having so many babies so the world is not so crowded and the earth's resources aren't taxed so much. It would lead to a much better quality of life.
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written by Hans , October 25, 2011
This is awesome!
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written by Verbanaut, October 25, 2011
Could not agree more!.. :)

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