Health and Bluehost…

I am sorry that I have been neglecting my blog. Entries have been sparse to say the least and regular readers have all but given up on my writing anything new :) I will be more diligent in the future.

I am still a young guy, 35 years old now. Recently I have had some health issues that have taken me a little out of the ball game. Don’t worry, nothing serious is wrong with me and my problems were temporary but it made me realize how important health is to my life. I know everyone says that, but being unable to work well for a few weeks has made me SO grateful just to be able to work. Today is really the first day I have felt good in a while and I forgot how great it is to be back!

There are many things that stand in the way of living your life. Most are self inflicted in my opinion, but health is one you certainly don’t have full control over. If you are reading this and feeling great then thank your lucky stars and make the most of it while you have it! There are many who would give anything to be in your position right now!

Matt Heaton / President

5 Responses to “Health and Bluehost…”

  1. happysurfer says:

    Hi Matt, just happen to drop by from PPP. Glad you are okay. Regards.

  2. Wang Cheng says:

    I think there are many similarities with you, thank you very much for your insights. Let us maintain good health and enjoy a happy work.

  3. Shawn Monroe says:

    Hi Matt,
    I wonder if you have ever tried Xango? It is a juice made from the whole fruit puree of the Mangosteen. It is a fruit with incredible healing properties that are too long to go into here. I would encourage you to go to my website and order 2 cases for yourself. You should go to your Doctor and get a baseline (bloodwork) ie. C-Reactive protein, cholesterol, bp, etc. so that you can see the difference it is doing in your body.
    There are testimonials on the sight and I could send you some CD’s or DVD’s of many Doctors that are giving this “dietary supplement” to their patients and the lab results are phenominal, at least! Let me know.
    It is good to hear that you spend quality time with your 5. I have 2 daughters, 8 & 10 on the 15th of April, and I am learning how critical it is to spend time with them. They are terrific.

    I hope for you and yours the Best,

  4. Health problems at 35 :). I guess its a rude reminder once in a while that we should stop a little and then get ready for the next big plunge :).
    We all go through it and in one way its good it came so early, you will focus more on keeping that aspect up too :).
    Take care..

  5. santos says:

    Hello Matt,

    Your health is important for you and your children. Take care.

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