The best and worst of weeks…

This is my Saturday Rap where I give updates about my site and also share with you the best links I have found on the web. First, the update… This has been one of the best weeks in terms of content generation and traffic. We started off the week with Mark Foo’s guest article about […]

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What Does 200 Calories Look Like?

I just found a great little link that shows you what 200 Calories looks like in pictures… It has about 50 different pictures of various foods and how much you would need to eat of them to get 200 calories… I imagine it would be an eye-opener for most people… What Does 200 Calories Look […]

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One Pathway to Success: Do What You Don’t Want To Do

When I was a kid I remember a time when I was driving in the car with my dad, having one of our deep discussions. I am not sure what the discussion was about, but I vividly remember telling my dad that, “I’m always going to do what I want to do.” Then him telling […]

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The Essence of Personal Finance

I have been thinking hard about how I am going to organize my personal finance book coming out this spring. And in all the thinking I have done I have realized that I need to boil the subject down into it’s very essence. Basing most of this post on the titles of blog posts listed […]

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A jump in housing starts is NOT good news for the economy…

Here is a quick rant so prepare yourself… And here is exactly why stock markets are so backwards. The news… “The Commerce Department said housing starts jumped 22.2 percent to an annual rate of 583,000 units last month from 477,000 units in January. It was the biggest percentage rise since January 1990 and the first […]

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Carnival Of Personal Development: April Fool’s Edition

Welcome to the March 30, 2009 edition of carnival of personal development. The Carnival has finally made it back to it’s home here at Insight Writer. I must say I am excited to have it back. It has been about 4 months since it started and has been really successful. Not only do we constantly […]

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Weight Lifting and Workload

It hurts me every time I read about a new weight lifting protocol and the person talks about nothing except the correct number of repetitions and sets you need to do. Again it comes back to goals, but generally you want to have low reps with high weight to gain strength and higher reps with […]

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Personal Finance Challenge #25: Believe It

Personal Finance is a big wide open world. Lots and lots of advice. Lots of great little blogs that don’t get a lot of attention, but may have exactly what you need to fix a situation in your own finances. It is good to believe in all the success stories. To know they are true… […]

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The Start of Something Great

So this is the beginning of a long journey to document ways in which we can all apply our existing knowledge to the greater good. Thank you for visiting! Originally posted 2008-10-10 07:46:50. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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How to Combat Fatigue and Tiredness

If there is one symptom that people complain about more than any other it is fatigue. With our busy lives and general lack of sleep it is no surprise we suffer from fatigue. But sometimes fatigue can have a deeper cause… An infection, a thyroid problem, a kidney disease, and even diabetes can cause fatigue. […]

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