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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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Keeping Fitness Through The Holidays

November is here and the holiday season is now in motion. Ready or not here they come: parties, shopping, decorating, travel, food and more food. While the holidays bring joy, they can also be a stressful and disrupting time of year. Often time’s folks who have been on a regular exercise schedule get sidetracked and…

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Not Just One Day, But A Lasting Commitment

By Susan Shaer and Karen Camper Let me to first state the obvious. Veterans Day is for those who return from war. Memorial Day is for those who have not survived. Two days to remind us in a multitude of ways how to remember, and also act. Our veterans need us now. On Veterans Day,…

What Does an Unstable World Mean for the Markets?
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What Does an Unstable World Mean for the Markets?

The past few months have seen a number of troubling situations develop around the world. Russia’s involvement in the Ukrainian conflict has continued, and recently airstrikes began against the Islamic state extremist group in Syria. The growing list of global concerns may add to a sense of unease for investors. Despite these issues, stock markets…

Lifeline For Pets Cat of the Week: SAFFRON
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Lifeline For Pets Cat of the Week: SAFFRON

Female, Brown Tabby/Abyssinian Born 5/2013 SAFFRON is a young, friendly, smart sweetheart. Abandoned early this year with 6 kittens, Lifeline stepped in and rescued the entire family. All her kittens were adopted, but dear SAFFRON is still waiting for a loving home of her own, to be treasured and adored, just the way she so…

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Starting Over, Over, Over, Again

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” – Winston Churchill. The saying above is one that I live by, in fact, it appears underneath my photo at the training studio where I work. Anyone who knows me, knows that I’ve had a history of some very…

Greg’s Getaway: Spontaneous Camping and Road Trip
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Greg’s Getaway: Spontaneous Camping and Road Trip

There is nothing like a well-organized trip, with everything charted, paid for, and packed away nicely. But there is also something to be said for a last-minute, spontaneous getaway, where you throw your backpack and tent in the car and just drive with no specific location in mind. The latter is what I opted for…

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Who am I? Who are You?

Working with colleagues can be easy and it can be frustrating. Oftentimes the reason why we find some people easy to work with and others difficult is because we have different personality traits, preferences or styles. If you’re the “bottom-line, just give me what I need to know” type and you encounter the “give me…

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