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Many, many books have been written offering advice on how to improve your life. One of the best, in my opinion, is The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey. The 7th habit is what the author refers to as "Sharpening the Saw".
Sharpening the saw is taking care of the machine. In this case, the machine would be your body. What can you do to keep yourself physically and mentally keen in order to attain your other goals?
Take time to take care of yourself.
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"This dart has no tip," said Tom
"Will you pass me the sugar, please?" asked Tom sweetly.
The two examples above are commonly called Tom Swifties. They are fun to create.
First think of an adverb (an adverb is used to modify a verb and most of them end in ly).
Then think of a concept to which that adverb could apply.
In the first example, a dart with no tip would be blunt.
In the second example, sugar is sweet.
"What are you doing?", Tom nosily asked.
Can you solve
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