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Motander’s Musings: About Mules and Middies

The big game is this weekend. No, it’s not UCLA/USC; that was weeks ago. It is not “The Granddaddy of the All,” the Rose Bowl, not even the National Championship; those are still weeks ahead. This is bigger: it is Army/Navy. Some may scoff that this is an important game, but they are wrong. Heck,…

Fitness Through The Holidays: Start Now Be Ready for 2015!
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Fitness Through The Holidays: Start Now Be Ready for 2015!

December is here and the holiday season is now in motion. Ready or not the parties, shopping, decorating, travel, family commitments, gift giving, food and more food have arrived. Instead of allowing the holidays to take you completely off your fitness journey, or waiting until January to begin one, you can take action daily, starting…

Fitness Through The Holidays: Start Now Be Ready for 2015!
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Fitness Through The Holidays: Start Now Be Ready for 2015!

December is here and the holiday season is now in motion. Ready or not the parties, shopping, decorating, travel, family commitments, gift giving, food and more food have arrived. Instead of allowing the holidays to take you completely off your fitness journey, or waiting until January to begin one, you can take action daily, starting…

Leadership Lessons From Jim Mizes: President/COO Blaze Pizza
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Leadership Lessons From Jim Mizes: President/COO Blaze Pizza

Leadership Lessons From Jim Mizes: President/COO Blaze Pizza The spirit of innovative leadership and the power of individuality are two driving forces fueling the success of Blaze Pizza. In the short 2 ½ years since its founding, the Pasadena-based company has opened more than 40 restaurants throughout the country, and is on track to have…

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…

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