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Trainer on the Run: Exercising Through Injury
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Trainer on the Run: Exercising Through Injury

There are few things more frustrating than being mentally and physically committed to a new exercise program, only to be thwarted by injury or physical discomfort. As the New Year approaches and fitness enthusiasm is high I am more than prepared for the exuberant number of minor but hobbling injuries that clients will bring me…

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Smart Women Smart Money: Dec 4, 2014

Emmy, is there much difference between common stock and preferred stock? Yes, there is. Common and preferred stock are two different classes of public ownership in a company. Each stock type offers the shareholder different rights and benefits. Common stock, as the name implies, is most widely owned. Preferred stock is a bit of a…

Lifeline For Pets Cat of the Week: “KATANA”
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Lifeline For Pets Cat of the Week: “KATANA”

Female Orange/White Born 2010 Soft Katana is all dressed up for the holidays, wishing to find her forever home at last. She’s been waiting a very long time. Perhaps no one has wanted her because she is only partially sighted, w/ sensitive eyes. They may think Katana is less than perfect, but we know that…

Trainer on the Run: Exercising Through Injury
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Trainer on the Run: Exercising Through Injury

There are few things more frustrating than being mentally and physically committed to a new exercise program, only to be thwarted by injury or physical discomfort. As the New Year approaches and fitness enthusiasm is high I am more than prepared for the exuberant number of minor but hobbling injuries that clients will bring me…

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InnerViews: A Bora Bora Thanksgiving Dinner

By Fran Syverson “What is some trip that you’d really like to take; some place you’d really like to visit?” I’d asked my husband. He’d had a brush with a scary hospital trip recently, and we were both beginning to take our “bucket list” more seriously. “Well, I’ve heard Bora Bora is one of the…

Hat Tricks! 5 Tips to Help Toddlers Keep Their Heads Warm On cool days
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Hat Tricks! 5 Tips to Help Toddlers Keep Their Heads Warm On cool days

By Leanne Southall, Social Service Worker, designer at bonnetfriend.com All across America’s playgrounds, parents are chasing their toddlers, waving hats in the air, pleading and negotiating. While nature play is especially beneficial for children, with cooler weather upon us, it can be tempting to stay indoors and snuggle up! If your child is one of…

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Beating the Holiday Blues This Season

By Victor Cass The Holiday Season is often perceived as a stressful and dark time for many people suffering from mental illnesses, especially depression. While we normally think of Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukah, Christmas, and New Year’s as a time for dressing up, parties, family, feasting, lights, music, and the exchanging of gifts, it is often…

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