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on 08/17/2012 - 03:52 pm
Category: Smart Living
By Michael Brady
According to Albert E.N. Gray’ s classic, “The New Common Denominator of Success,” the secret of success for every person who has ever been successful lies in the fact that he or she formed the habit of doing the things that failures don’t like to do.
Don’t even kid yourself with those New Year’ s resolutions. Most of us won’t carry them out for very long and they will be quickly forgotten. It seems the only way to make good on those goals and objectives is to form habits that will cause you to automatically do the simple but difficult tasks necessary for sucess.
Looking to lose weight? Who do you thi ...
on 04/24/2012 - 10:33 am
By Mark Newton
Everyone reacts differently to divorce, but there are common stages that each person goes through. Knowing what to expect will help you find your way through these stages, although nothing takes the negative feelings away. Understanding your emotional state will help you as you negotiate extremely important issues in your divorce.
One day you are in denial and the next extremely angry. But, resolution does come when you are ready.
Denial: You hate feeling out of control regarding the destiny of your marriage. You will be convinced that divorce is not the solution and that it will all work out. In this stage it is impossible to negotiate effecti ...
on 04/24/2012 - 04:00 pm
Category: Health & Beauty
By Mike Ventresca
How would you like to control your blood sugar, reduce your appetite and promote effective weight loss? Sound too good to be true?
Today I’d like to share one of my favorite clinically studied supplements that has shown the ability to do all of the above. In fact, this same supplement was featured in May 2011 on the Dr. Oz show’s “Weight Loss Hot List.” In addition, our in-store dietitian, Nicole Gould RD, LD, has used this product with her clients for several years calling it, “The most consistently effective supplement I’ve seen.”
So what is this mysterious wonder supplement? Fiber.
Now, i ...
By Cyndi Kellem
A few months ago, one of my twins, age 6, got an invite to a roller skating birthday party the Brunswick SkateStation. I had never taken either of them skating yet, even though it was one of my favorite things to do growing up. I remember spending many weekends at the local skating rink, Moon-Glo, out in Kent, near where I grew up and have many fond memories.
On the day of the party my daughter donned her first pair of skates and hit the rink.
She was very shaky at first on the skates, but by the end of the party, she was very slowly making it around the rink on her own.It helped that someone suggested having her wheels tightened, something th ...
on 02/27/2012 - 04:49 pm
By: Gary Jones
February 10, 2012
Winter took its time arriving this year and with it comes mice and other rodents in search of a warm, dry space and a little something to eat and drink. That means they work their way indoors through small cracks, crevices and holes in our homes.Believe it or not, a mouse can squeeze through a hole the size of a pencil eraser.The common signs of a rodent problem are the “calling cards” they leave under cabinets and in the silverware drawer (these resemble tiny seeds only they, uh, aren’t seeds) or the sounds of bowling going on in the attic inevitably right above your bed at three o’clock in the morning.Unfortunately, if you ...