Colder temperatures on the way with the possibility of snow this weekend.
“No. Don’t need it. Already met our snow quota for 2018-2019…” -CL Facebook comment of the day on our posting of MORE snow possibly on the way…
Attending concerts regularly might help you live longer (adding up to 9 years to your life?) and improving your over-all well-being.
Maybe you heard the Morning Show talking about this study this morning.
The study claims that attending a concert for just 20 minutes “increased participants feelings of wellbeing (by 21%)”. Music fans who attend concerts once every two weeks or more “were the most likely to score their happiness, contentment, productivity and self-esteem at the highest level…”
NOTE: There are several Christian concerts coming to the Triad including Winter Jam (February 23) and Chris Tomlin (April 7). Don’t forget weekly church worship services! https://www.newsweek.com/going-concerts-can-help-you-live-longer-according-new-study-863628
Day 18 of the (partial) government shutdown.
President Trump lays out his latest plan for border security and the money needed to pay for it during an Oval Office address to the nation (9pm tonight). That audience will likely include many of the federal employees across the country whose bills are stacking up as they wait for their next paycheck, thanks to the partial government shutdown.
UPDATE: Tax refunds will go out even if the government shutdown extends into filing season, the Internal Revenue Service said late Monday. The IRS plans to recall a “significant portion” of workers who have been furloughed during the shutdown to process tax returns. The IRS will start accepting tax returns on Monday, Jan. 28. The shutdown could complicate what already will be a unique filing year that incorporates for the first time major changes to the tax code.
Check out the News Blog for the filing changes, ways to get ready and key dates.
NOTE: The tax deadline for filing will return to the traditional April 15.
College Football: Congratulations to the Clemson Tigers
Clemson routing the #1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide last night…44-16. The Tigers – the first team (dating back to 1936) to finish 15-0 – winning their second national title in three seasons. “All of the credit and all of the glory goes to the good Lord number one…”
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney told EPSN.
A new year begins: Many of us vowing to lose weight and bring a healthy balance to our out-of-control lives. Gina Gordon, registered nurse and registered Dietitian with Novant Health Bariatric Solutions in Winston-Salem shared some simple yet important tips on the Morning Show. Included: Get plenty of sleep, drink plenty of water and reduce your calorie intake and add more fruits and vegetables. Adding exercise into your new year is a must!
Find out more on the News Blog and our WBFJ Facebook page.
College Hoops action tonight…
Wake Forest hosting #1 Duke at the Joel. Tip off at 7pm (ESPN)
NC State hosting the Tarheels in Raleigh. Tip off at 9pm on ESPN
VERSE: “Let everything that has breath praise the LORD” Psalm 150
QUOTE: “A person who loves his job, will never work a day in his life.”
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