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Reduce, reuse, recycyle. Have you ever really thought about those three r's when making purchases? Just because the package says, "Recyclable" doesn't always mean you can recycle it. Be aware... be very aware... The Molly Damon Show is a socially, environmentally, health conscious, Christian radio show, with an occasional creative arts twist. Welcome and have fun listening/participating in the show. Molly Damon hopes to create more awareness on socially, environmentally, and
Yes, that's right. Reduce, reuse, recycle and reincarnate. Join RevKess and KaliSara as they discuss all these aspects to conserving the environment - including finding new uses and new lives for those items you have tucked away about the house. Re-purposing schtuff is just as easy as recycling and certainly less hazardous to the environment than simply tossing them in the landfill.
Join the Greatest SHOW on the interwebz as they tackle the ten best ways to recycle the Toomer's Corner Oaks!
In a poll conducted by PoliceOne, a majority of law enforcement personnel said universal background checks, "assault weapons" bans, and "high capacity" magazine bans do not make police safer and will not lower violent crime. Armed citizens, on the other hand, do make a positive difference.
What are your views?
What do you think?
Call and let me hear your comments today at 11:30am - 2:30pm EST.
Anxiety is one of the primary issues that athletes want help with. A certain amount of adrenaline is necessary to play well. Stacey refers to this as a state of “heightened awareness”. You need to be excited and pumped up to a certain extent to want to perform. But when you have too much adrenaline, it turns into anxiety and can negatively affect your performance, as well as make you feel miserable. Join your host, Stacey Vornbrock, the Sports Performance Pioneer, to learn how you can reduce your anxiety before any game, round of golf, competition, or performance. Stacey Vornbrock, M.S. is pioneering the use of EFT with professional and amateur athletes to release mental, emotional, physical, and mechanical blocks on the cellular level. She is recognized as a leading expert in the use of EFT with sports performance and is the author of 9 EFT Breakthrough Performance Sports Manuals as well as ebooks for non-athletes. To schedule private performance sessions with Stacey, email her at email@example.com or call her at 480-945-9750. Visit her website.
So what about the idea that saturated fat causes heart disease? It’s just not true. In fact, a growing body of research shows that saturated fats have been wrongly accused of causing cardiovascular disease.??A review in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition evaluated data from 21 different studies. These studies involved more than 350,000 people. And the results? The researchers found "no significant evidence" that eating more saturated fat increased the risk of heart disease or stroke.??Another study published in the same journal found that saturated fat actually prevents the progression of coronary artery disease in women with metabolic syndrome. The researchers coined this phenomenon “The American Paradox”. Read more... http://www.stevenkaylive.com/article.php?id=250
There are many strategies out there proven to help reduce stress and increase your focus but how many of you have ever tried using the natural, involuntary action of breathing as a method to achieving that?
Join me with Heidi Thompson, a practitioner on breath awareness with over 25 years experience who will discuss how to use breathing, an action we take for granted, as a tool to alleviate stress and increase your focus.. something we need to practise daily in this environment we call - life.
April 5, 2013 @ 11 am EST/9 am PST
TO HUG...press tightly in arms, to congratulate, to hold fast.
CHERISH...hugged his miseries like a sulky kid.
STAY CLOSE TO; the road hugs the river.
From OLD NORSE HUGGA-to comfort. Monkeys hug each other.
HUGS can lower risks of heart disease, reduce stress and fatigue and boost the immune system.
HUGGING shows you care about a person and that you support that person through good and bad times.
HUGGING a crush...etc.
HUGS often happen...etc.
LOVE is in the...etc.
HUGGING a friend...etc...
TIPS FOR HUGGING...etc.
On Friday May 24th, join me and my two co-hosts, Andrea Ruchelman and Kathleen West as we discuss the 4 secrets to getting out of your own way and getting what you want. Come join us in this valuable discussion and get to those goals that seem to elude you.
Mark Schall is a Certified Coach who helps individuals and organizations reach their highest potential and contribution. As an expert coach and trainer Mark leads programs and coaches people internationally, helping them realize their professional and personal goals. He is also a lead instructor at the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching, a premiere coach training school, and travels North America teaching their coach training program.
Andrea Ruchelman founded New Perspectives Communication, LLC as the result of years of witnessing the effects of the abusive, retaliatory style of bosses in the workplace. By "Focusing on HOW you say it," her focus is to eliminate bosses and replace them with leaders who inspire instead. Andrea not only partners with companies, but also individuals who want a new perspective on how they communicate with others as well as with themselves. She is an avid runner, snowboarder, slowly progressing golfer, and is willing to take on any physical challenge.
Kathleen is the founder of KWest Coaching and Every Woman's Coach. As a Life and Personal Development Coach she works with women and students who are moving from one phase of their lives to another. Individuals who are want to reduce stress, define their life's purpose, work through issues that arise, self discovery, put more balance and fun into their lives and wish to accomplish goals with sustainable results.
Galt Strike! Thursdays *7:00pm/Est *6:00pm/Ct *5:00pm/Mt *4:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/ Inspired by Ayn Rand’s book Atlas Shrugged and the Character John Galt. Our goal is to teach and share every possible “Legal” method of reducing and eliminating our tax footprints thereby starving the banker oligarchies of the world. Mission: To share every idea possible to cut our production, expenses, and taxes to starve the banker oligarchy. Description: We will accomplish our goals by learning how to reduce our labor and expenses within the “looters and moochers” economy, and redirecting our efforts more towards our own “personal” economies (our own Galt’s Gultch). Tags: Galt Strike, Prepare, Self Reliance, Rights, Freedoms, Prepper Broadcasting Network
It is now well established that exercise is beneficial for the general population. Exercise has all of the same beneficial effects of people with Parkinson's disease as it does on healthy individuals. In addition, it can help to alleviate some of the negative signs and symptoms of the disease such as bradykinesia. It can also reduce the positive signs such as tremor.
Daniel Corcos, Ph.D. is Chair of the Graduate Program in Neuroscience at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) and Director of the Neural Control Of Movement Laborary at UIC. Visit: http://mcl.mvsc.uic.edu to learn more about the Motor Control and Movement Disorders Group at the University of Illinois at Chicago
Imperial Beach, CA – While families with two working parents are increasingly the norm, what they gain in financial stability they often lose in opportunities to effectively discipline their children and build lifelong family relationships.
Judith Bonner is the author of Stress-free Discipline, an authoritative guide to child rearing offering an effective long-term plan for bonding and personal growth.
“I wrote this book because I wanted to reduce the stress in families,” says Bonner. “Stress-free Discipline can be applied to any child in any family. It helps build bonds that can’t be broken.”
According to Bonner, effective parenting can’t be done passively. Stress-free Discipline’s system helps parents develop a child’s life skills to gradually eliminate the potential for poor behavior by encouraging the right behavior. At the same time, consistent consequences for the child's poor choices maintain gentle pressure toward growth.
“People are so overwhelmed and stressed, but there is hope,” says Bonner. “Parenting should be fun. You don’t have to work so hard being a parent you can’t enjoy it. Children will either steal your time through rebellion or they’ll give you their time as a gift.”
Where Stress-Free Discipline helped parents bridge the gap between home and school, Bonner has developed a series of corporate workshops to help parents bridge their own gap between to home and work. Through a proactive program designed to help relieve their employees’ emotional stress, corporations can reduce turnover, improve efficiency and increase productivity.
“Corporations need to be more empathetic toward the people who work for them,” says Bonner.