Q: What is 35 feet long and has 42 teeth?
A: A bus full of rednecks.
Redneck at the doctor: “Doc, I think I’m in trouble, I swallowed an ice cube 3 days ago and it ain’t come out yet.”
How do you tell a redneck is married? There are tobacco spits on either side of his pickup truck.
When two rednecks divorce, do they still remain family?
Q: How can you break a redneck’s nose without getting into a fight?
A: Put a 50 dollar bill under a glass table.
One redneck girl to another: I think Billy Bob might be cheatin’ on me. I ain’t even sure the kids’re his.
Living in the present is important when it comes to your physical and mental wellbeing, but that doesn’t mean you should completely disregard the future. We’re all probably a little guilty of doing this. However, whilst it’s important to think about your present needs or simply treat yourself to the occasional luxury, giving a little thought towards tomorrow could make a huge difference to your life. In this article, we’ll discuss some ways in which you could start thinking about your future wellbeing.
Create a better living environment.
A good step towards a healthier present, as well as a healthier future, is to create a better living environment for you and your family. Your surroundings have a big impact on your mental wellbeing as well as your physical wellbeing, so make sure that your home feels warm and welcoming. Its interior design plays a big part in this, so don’t dismiss the importance of making spaces feel personalised to your tastes. You might even want to plant some fruit and vegetables in your garden. This would give you some organic and healthy homegrown food to enjoy, but it’d also give you a project to keep you invested in your garden. If you want to start thinking about your future wellbeing then you should aim to create a household that’ll keep you and your family physically and mentally healthy for years to come. Don’t settle for a house that doesn’t feel like home.
Find your drive.
Many of us are told by others what constitutes a good life. It often comes down to finding a decent job, buying a nice house, and so on. But many people end up settling for jobs that make them unhappy just so they achieve financial stability. However, unhappiness surely can’t be the goal in life. You need to find your drive if you want to start thinking about your future wellbeing. You need to find something that motivates you and gives you purpose. Perhaps you have a creative passion that you want to pursue such as writing books or making music. Perhaps you have a spiritual passion or religious beliefs that you want to pursue. You might want to read about finding the right Shul if you have Jewish heritage. Our roots are important. The most important thing of all is listening to our minds. What gives you purpose in life? Don’t suppress your true self.
Eat and drink well.
One of the best ways to think about your future wellbeing is to improve your diet. Obviously, this will improve your current wellbeing too, but it’s important to start looking ahead when it comes to your dietary health. Make sure you eat plenty of organic food; your diet should be full of fruit, vegetables, legumes, and so on. That’s how you’ll get the high-fibre starchy carbs, protein, iron, and other vitamins and nutrients you need. When we were young, many of us could probably eat junk food without facing the consequences, but the negative effects start to become a little clearer as we get older and even the slightest amount of unhealthy food seems to majorly expand your waistline. For starters, make sure you drink plenty of water. In the modern world, it’s easy to rely on coffee and alcohol for their stimulating effects, but you shouldn’t cut water out of your diet. Artificial alternatives such as soft drinks and coffee are not only pumped full of additives, caffeine, and other substances that negatively impact your health; they’re also nowhere near as effective at hydrating you as a glass of water.