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Explore Your Past through Memoir

When you were younger, was there a time that sang of optimism, one you reflect on today to sustain you when you’re feeling down?  No matter how difficult your road is now, at that juncture you lived with passion and regretted making time to sleep. Or was there a trying interval you survived, one that […]

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Just Say Yes! Part I

“Here, try this.” “Oh, no thanks. That’s ok. I’m good.” It’s so easy to say “No” to new things. We get comfortable in our lifestyle, our viewpoints, and in our expectations. Trying something new just upsets the applecart. And who wants to do that? We have our favorite hangouts, the foods we like the most, […]

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Earthwatch Ocean Adventures: Penguins – Part 7

We watched closely as a small group of penguins approached the road crossing where we were stationed. They moved rather rapidly along the well-worn trail in the undergrowth, but stopped and piled up behind the leader as they reached the road. The leader stepped out rather tentatively, and then quickly waddled across with the rest […]

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Finding a Job After 50: Job Search Tips Part 1

  The Devil is in the Details You’ve heard finding a job is a full-time job. It’s not only how much time you spend looking for a job, but how you spend your time. Finding a job over 50 is often more difficult. It’s critical to manage your time and get organized early on. Follow these […]

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Retirement Age Baby Boomers Reject Having Living Wills

Do you have a living will? According to a recent poll conducted by the Associated Press and LifeGoesStrong.com, as many as 64 percent of baby boomers, including those of retirement age do not have a living will. Do not to confuse a living will with a living trust. A living will or advanced directive is […]

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Anger Affects Your Health

All of us feel angry at some point in our lives. You may get irritated by losing out on a job promotion, become upset when your children fight or feel your blood boil when your partner makes a nasty remark. Anger is a normal emotion that plays a large role in your emotional health. Most […]

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Foods With Hidden Sugar

Are Americans addicted to sugar? You may not think so, but we consume an average of 160 pounds of sugar per person per year. The problem with sugar is that it provides a lot of calories, with no nutrients or other health benefits. So, while sugar isn’t ‘bad’ in and of itself, for a country […]

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Sexual Touch: The Two-Way Street of Making Love

When we touch a lover with a lingering hand, emotions flow through our fingers like warm silken sand. The sense of touch is the two-way street of making love. We feel the one we touch as they lounge in the pleasure of that touch. Fingertips, like lips, have complex nerve endings that when developed allow […]

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5 Keys To Forgiveness

The keys to forgiveness is a powerful process that will give you greater understanding of yourself. It will also free more of your energy and access to your power. But forgiveness of deep wounds shouldn’t be done lightly; otherwise, you’re just covering up the hurt. Wounds caused by what loved ones, friends, colleagues and employers […]

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The Sense of Touch Defines with Time

The sense of touch. Fingertips, elbows and lips; eyelids, ankles and hips: They all grow more sensitive when touched gently with time. His lips whisper a touch on that marvelous line that begins at the ear and quivers and shivers on down to my spine. The magic disappears when I touch myself there; I cannot […]

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