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10 Powerful Tips for Building a Deep, Lasting Love

Couple in a forest

“We are a work in progress with a lifetime contract.” ~Phyllis Koss

The priest at our wedding advised us, “It’s not enough to say, ‘I want to marry you’ just today. You’ve got to be able to say that every …

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Build It, And They Will Come!

  It does not matter what you do, that is individual to every person. If you are a writer, write prolifically. If you are a baker, make a lot of good bread. If you are interested in e-commerce, drive a lot of free traffic to your site and make money, …

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A Penny Saved, Is a Penny Earned!

  My grandmother used to tell me, when I was in boarding school in the UK, that “a penny saved, is a penny earned.”  It’s true! But what is the best method for saving our pennies? Most of the books written on this topic span from “Think and Grow Rich” …

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Millet Sweet Corn Fritters

While few and far between, I occasionally have happy accidents in the kitchen. Recently, I was cooking a big batch of millet. After the usual amount of cooking time, I tasted the cooked millet only to find it was still on the crunchy side. I added more water and continued cooking. It turned out, the [...]

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Household Gold – What Is It?

Household Gold, are the every day products that consumers use in their homes. Take inventory of your own family’s use of these products. They are toilet paper, household cleaning products, toothpaste, etc. When you take inventory, you will discover how much money that every family spends on these products for …

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Be Ridiculously Happy

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Would you like to be ridiculously happy? What would that feel like for you? What would that look like? A

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Transforming our Relationship with Ourselves, Each Other and The World: Rosamund Zander

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Transforming our relationship with ourselves, others and the world by changing the story we believe and tell about ourselves is possible.

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Respiratory Airborne, Viral Diseases in the Philippines

  From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Façade of the Bonifacio Global City branch of St. Luke’s Medical Center. Life in the Philippines Culture Cuisine Dance Demographics Economy Education Higher education Health Film Holidays Kinship Languages Literature Martial arts Music Politics Religion Sports Tourism Transport v t e Healthcare in the …

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Bronchitis

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Not to be confused with bronchiolitis. Bronchitis Figure A shows the location of the lungs and bronchial tubes. Figure B is an enlarged view of a normal bronchial tube. Figure C is an enlarged view of a bronchial tube with bronchitis. Classification and external resources …

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Please Excuse My Self Confidence

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If I could describe the notion of self confidence in one sentence, I would say: Self confidence is the greatest

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Devaluing Negative Thoughts, Through Transactional Analysis and Exposure Response Therapy

Thoughts are things, they are created in our minds. They can bring us up, or take us down. Thoughts are really the precursors to emotions. Whether the emotional outcome becomes negative, or positive, it is associated first by our thought processes. Exposure, Response, Therapy (ERP)  is one way to address …

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The Importance of RSS feeds, in order to promote traffic to your website

We are in the advent of an Internet revolution that is unprecedented in this 21st. century. RSS stands for, “Really Simple Syndication”, or “Really Simple, Stupid”. It is one of the best ways of distributing information on the Internet, and it is compatible with WordPress and most Internet standards. If …

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A Warning For People Suffering From Kidney Disease

    A few minutes ago, I posted a Wiki article about Creatinine. GFR blood tests are the standard in determining lower kidney function in most developed countries. A higher creatinine, or waste in the blood, will usually indicate a decreased kidney function. Put simply, the liver, the kidneys and …

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Creatinine

  Creatinine From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Not to be confused with creatine. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2007) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Creatinine …

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The Benefits and Dangers of Creatinine

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Creatinine Identifiers CAS Number 60-27-5  3DMet B00175 Beilstein Reference 112061 ChEBI CHEBI:16737  ChEMBL ChEMBL65567  ChemSpider 21640982  EC Number 200-466-7 Jmol 3D model Interactive image KEGG D03600  MeSH Creatinine PubChem 26009888 588 minor tautomer UNII AYI8EX34EU  UN number 1789 InChI[show] SMILES[show] Properties Chemical formula C4H7N3O …

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Buttons, Magic Buttons Everywhere! RSS Miracle Feeds, and Their Hidden Potential!

    Promoting RSS feeds has come down to a fine science, as new ways to market our RSS feeds, have emerged in the past ten years time.  A successful blog depends on how much targeted traffic, that it can receive. With every article that a webmaster writes, he has …

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Something Greater Than We Could Create Alone

When we unite with another, we create something greater than we could create alone. Coming together, we increase the talents and efforts we have available to create something meaningful. From business to friendship to romantic relationships, partnering with another can be a powerful tool for growth. Everyone in our life is a mirror reflecting back the parts we Read More

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Crowdfunding – Raising Awareness For a Cause and Raising Money In the Bargain

Just look at the U.S. elections. Bernie Sanders raised millions to rival Hillary Clinton’s multi-millions sponsorship by rich billionaire class groups. Bernie did it by asking donations from supporters of $16 from each family. Now that the Primaries are over, even Donald Trump, who was self funding his candidacy, has …

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3 Things We Can All Do to Create Stronger, Happier Relationships

“Love is the absence of judgment.” ~Dalai Lama

I used to be one of those moms.

Let me explain.

I was a single mom for literally my daughter’s entire childhood. That’s okay—I was a control freak, so it really …

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Why Playing Hard to Get Doesn’t Work (and What Does)

Happy couple

“Confidence isn’t ‘They will like me.” It’s ‘I’m perfectly fine if they don’t.’ ” ~Unknown

After the death of my husband, I spent my thirties as a single mother of four children. It was a tough decade. I often felt …

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Cucumber Peanut Salad

As of late, it feels like our evenings only start after the baby finally goes to bed. It’s the time when I pour myself a glass of wine and more frequently, start to think about dinner. Some nights I’ve thought ahead while other nights are a ‘throw something together at 9pm’ kind of night. This [...]

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Canned Code – Code in a Can? You Got to be Kidding!

    Part of the Internet revolution in the 21st. century, has involved the development of canned code, “could you pass me a can of code?” So what is this phenomenon? Allow me to explain. In line with the improvement in Internet courses and products that are out there today, …

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Healthy Carrot Soup

Carrot soup may be prepared as a cream-style soup[6][7] and as a broth-style soup.[8][9] Vegetable stock[10] or chicken stock may be used as ingredients in both styles of soup.[11][12] Other vegetables may be used in the dish, including root vegetables, the latter of which may include garlic[8] onion,[7] shallot,[2] potato,[9][13][14] …

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Demystifying The Affiliate Offer

I used to be reluctant to take affiliate courses. There were many fraudsters online 15 years ago. The good news, is that things have changed for the better in the past few years. Sites such as Clickbank, Warrior Plus, and many others have been screening their merchants and demanding higher …

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Why We Need to Stop Judging Our Feelings

Sad woman

Your emotions are meant to fluctuate, just like your blood pressure is meant to fluctuate. It’s a system that’s supposed to move back and forth, between happy and unhappy. That’s how the system guides you through the world.” ~Daniel

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