Wildlife Greetings

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Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.


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The Country Life Style Diary

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Howdy Folks, Earthly Comforts is a broad niche wildlife journaling scrapbook focusing on the countryside, wildlife biodiversity and environmental conservation, flora and fauna volunteering projects, gardening, composting and vermiculture, also known as ‘worm farming and photography too.

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      1. It’s not that simple over here, Sadje. There are two central systems of medicine.

        1] You have the NHS = National Health Service – this is paid for with our taxes, making us entitled as taxpayers to ‘free medical care.

        2] Private Care – This is paid from a person’s pocket. But not everyone can afford that.

        The biggest problem in the UK is the case of the services – private and free are overwhelmed by the sheer volume of people using them and abusing them too.

        The pandemic hit the system hard, like in other countries, but the NHS, for example, was hit even harder due to a lack of quality funding and poor management of funds pre-Brexit.

        The biggest problems that face the NHS today in so far as challenges are many –

        An ever ageing population, an ever-increasing population, a society no longer motivated to take care of itself – as in the increased levels of obesity and poor diet controls, which in turn create more diabetes issues, lack of quality and continued funding, quality management control with regards the spending of budgets. We can also include the closing down of many town’s local facilities such as surgeries and hospitals, staffing recruitment problems from nurse to consultant, poor quality wages, lack of beds, lack of actual active hospitals, lack of digital advancement, poor communications and a lack of translating services, protocols, politics and red tape to name but a few of the many problems and situations arising.

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      2. Yes your NHS is in deep trouble. It’s very unfortunate that a developed country like UK is suffering like this. I’ve heard many sad stories of the decline of health services in your country.

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    1. I see more sunrises than sunsets these days. Going to bed early lose the sunset, getting up earlier means l see the sun rising again, but of late l have been so tired that even though l am up, awake and about the house, l still do not see the sunrise.

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      1. Well I get to see sunsets … we do have beautiful sunsets

        I go to bed massively early sometimes – I try not to, because I will be up too early and that doesn’t help my cycle.

        If I go to bed too late I am exhausted 🥱

        So between 8-10p is perfect lol

        Then I can be up for 4:30a but I go to work early- and I kinda like morning now since I am old lol ✌️ totally kidding but I do like to have chill morning before work 😊

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      2. “Totally old!” Hahaha – yeah that’s right on account of you looking 105 … but you didn’t look 50 more like 40 🙂

        Strangely enough l was still looking good at 50, now at 59 l look literally at times like l am 99!

        I am in bed between 9-9.30 with lights out at 10.30 and up again at 4, but l am not sleeping as well as l might like and so l still get up at 4, but l look like a zombie 🙂

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      3. Yeah I see the aging coming … that’s ok – is life ❤️

        When I start my day – I look amazing! Hair, make up, clothing… I look good!

        And then by end of day I walk by a mirror and think omg how long have I looked like that?

        I get beat up by the day sometimes ✌️

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