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Conquering your FEAR

As I was sitting at my computer thinking about my article for this month..Bing you have an e-mail from Debbie Allen, International Business Speaker and author of "Confessions of Shameless Self Promoters" . I had many topics rolling around in my head I wanted to write about this month but I had not narrowed it down to one. So I decided to take a break and read her thoughts for today. Click here for the full article.
Becky Campos

The Omega Factor

The April blog should be titled “The Omega Factor” not Trans fats. I have dedicated the following months: April, May and June to what I call the Omega 3, 6 and 9 Factor. I have already covered the dangers of the overconsumption of Omega-6 fatty acids in the American diet in my April blog. Please refer to my April blog for more information on Omega-6 fatty acids. In this months blog I want to define Omega-3 fatty acids and its benefits to your health. Click here for the full article.
Kas Winters

Choose a Summer Project to Motivate a Child

With the end of school in sight, many parents are putting on their thinking caps trying to come up with ideas for keeping kids from being bored, and maybe even things students can do that will be both fun and educational during summer break. Since “bored” has always been a banned word in our family, we came up with summer projects that were matched to the interests of our children. It was a plan that worked for the kids and for us. We made many memories and expanded our knowledge and skills in the process. Here are some of the things we did. I hope that some will work for your family too. Click here for the full article.
Boomer and the Babe

Albert’s Hair

Do you remember that picture of Albert Einstein? You know the one that is a close-up with his wild hair all askew? The caption was “a bad haircut can make you look really dumb.” That’s the way it is with Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or any other short missive you publish, no matter how you distribute it. Click here for the full article.
Dr Bret Wilson

Housework, if done right, will kill you

Housework, if done right, will kill you. Erma Bombeck It is said that if you want something done right do it yourself. In part due to the pride and diligence of many people, they do their own chores around the house. They move through the house and yard cleaning, bending, pushing, pulling, squatting, reaching, lifting, and carrying. Repetitious motions, prolonged postures and persistence to fatigue. The result: a tidy home and yard, and a tired and sore body. Perhaps if we re-define the idea of “done right” we can get the work done and save some of the ache and pain. Click here for the full article.