According to a recent study, cheese is good for you. Pair it with some red wine and you are improving your cognitive skills. 

"Cognitive skills are the skills your brain uses to think, read, learn, remember, reason, and pay attention. They take incoming information and move it into the bank of knowledge you use every day at school, at work, and in life." (Learningrx.com) 

It helps with things like functioning in life. It probably helps with remembering to pay the bills, keeping track of your schedule and the schedule of the other people in the house. It helps you to think on your feet. For those of us with a smart mouth, it keeps us smart-aleck-y. For those with a sarcastic tendency, it helps with that too.

We can all use a little good news this year. They say that alcohol sales are up this year due to COVID. Just make sure it's red wine that you're drinking and make sure it's accompanied by a side of cheese, you can't go wrong. The boss might be wondering why your work has improved while you've been working from home this year. Just keep the wine glass out of the Zoom calls!

I'm not a wine drinker at all, blech! I suppose that maybe I should be, especially in that red wine category. The stuff has just never tasted good to me. Cheese, however, that I'm up for, as long as it's not bleu or feta, please.

So here's to a bit of "good" news in time for the Christmas and New Year's celebrations. Bring on the cheese platter and a side of red wine along with a good trivia game. Let's see how you do! 




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