Best Weight Lifting Routine

Whether you want to gain muscle mass, lose weight, look better, or feel better, it is wise to consider adding weight lifting to any workout you are currently doing. Or begin the foundation of any long term exercise routine with a few months spent in a gym getting stronger overall. The benefits to weight lifting […]

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How much is your overall health worth?

Here is an interesting question for you… How much is your overall health worth? This question came up over a discussion about the value of a multivitamin. Yet, I think this could apply to any mix of supplements including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, protein, fiber, or any other supplement you can think of. How much is […]

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Is Stumble Upon’s New Share Program a Good Thing or a Horrible Thing?

First off, I want to speak my personal opinion loud and clear. This is horrible news for me. As an already active stumble user I have friends send me stuff they really want me to see. And by the very fact that SU makes it somewhat hard to send stuff to a lot of people… […]

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Move Around Every Day

Walking is man’s best medicine.” – Hippocrates (Greek Physician 460 BC – 377 BC) Most talk about health revolves around two concepts: diet and exercise. It basically comes down to a series of inputs and outputs that add up to what kind of shape you are in. While there are obviously other factors that play […]

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I made it as a Top 50 Personal Development Blogger

It seems I keep getting recognized for past achievements. Today I wanted to let you know that Vincent over at Health Money Success has featured me as a Top 50 Personal Development Blogger. I am honored to make the list. Here is the link… Top 50 Personal Development Bloggers I know things have been a […]

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Writing From the Soul

Have you ever had something or someone that really gave you reason for pause…? Reason to just stop and think, and rest in amazement…? More importantly, a reason to live your life better. I met someone today who did just that. His name is Dereck Coatney and he is the author of I Will Not […]

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Financial Planning for the Financially Inept: Choosing the Right Advisor

*This is a guest post by Alex Fayle of Someday Syndrome. After reading Jeremy’s post on being your own financial advisor (http://www.insightwriter.com/2008/12/10/why-best-investment-advisor/), I had to laugh. I might have been good at mathematics in high school, but I sucked at applying it. There’s no way I could ever be my own financial advisor. Not only […]

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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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On Community, Groups, & Vulnerability

I recently wrote on the importance of being part of group and had some mixed reactions. My main point at the end was that groups are natural to humans. We thrive in groups and it is natural to form them for many different reasons. I said that we should join a group to learn and […]

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New Year, New Start!

Hi Everyone! Right off the bat I want to thank everyone who is reading this for sticking with me (or finding this site for the first time). As most of you know I was a fairly prolific writer until this past summer. Then I let things slide until I was hardly posting at all. A […]

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