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Susan Harris and Kim have a conversation on the connection between mental health and physical health and why it is so important to stay positive, regardless of the negativity around you. William Perry Pendley, Acting Director of the Bureau of Land Management, joins Kim to discuss the move to Grand Junction. A look at Colorado's HB 20-1155, Higher Efficiency New Construction Residence.

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  • A look at Colorado’s HB 20-1155, Higher Efficiency New Construction Residence.
  • William Perry Pendley, Acting Director of the Bureau of Land Management, joins Kim to discuss the move to Grand Junction.
  • Susan Harris and Kim have a conversation on the connection between mental health and physical health and why it is so important to stay positive, regardless of the negativity around you.

The Correlation Between Mental Health and Physical Health

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Higher Efficiency New Construction Residence, HB20-1155, wil bring more regulations to new homes. When costs are regulated (which brings power and money to PBIs) we all know this cost will show up somewhere else. In this case, the home buyer. How do these increased regulations make housing more expensive and less affordable?

William Perry Pendley, Acting Director of the Bureau of Land Management, discusses the move to Grand Junction. Two-thirds of the DC staff moved to enjoy the lifestyle of the west and to be responsible in the oversight and decision making of 99% of BLM’s land, which is in the west. Most definitely gas and oil development can coexist with the outdoor activities of the west. Agreement is within both parties; the governor of New Mexico is an avid supporter of oil development and can attest to the positive economic impact to her state.

Kim and Susan have a thoughtful discussion on how your mental state impacts both your mental health and physical health. Don’t overlook the importance of the mind to your overall well-being. Although it may be hard to be positive with all the negativity surrounding us, we need to be disciplined and get to positive thoughts. As Susan states, having 5 or 6 positive reminders throughout the day keeps her centered on the good things happening in her life. Amazing how when you’re tired and then start thinking about things that excite you, your energy goes up.

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