The Personal Development Challenge Series

Here I am going to take 52 weeks out of the year to talk about personal development and how we can improve our lives by improving the ways we think, act, and feel. 1. Make Time For What is Important To You 2. Look At What People DO, Not What They Say 3. Reaching Y’s […]

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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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Best Cheap and Easy Dinner Recipes

Yep, Ive been a big slacker when it comes to writing on here. Almost another year has gone by since Ive written anything. This whole year has been a big focus on selling my house in Colorado, traveling all over the US, and moving back to Pennsylvania. Obviously my focus on this website has suffered […]

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Top 10 Favorite Posts of the Past 5 Years

Insight Writer has finally reached its five year anniversary. That makes me pretty happy. I slowed down my writing a lot in the past year for various reasons and so I don’t necessarily have a top 10 for the past year. But this is even better because I get to list my favorite posts instead […]

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We Are A Pile Of Microorganisms

The spelling of that word even looks weird. Microorganisms. These are all the tiny little creatures living on and inside of us. There are ten times as many microorganism cells as there are human cells in our body. Pretty amazing if you ask me. The real question is how all these little guys affect us. […]

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You Still Need a Calorie Deficit

You know what I am talking about. The old rule that you need to burn more calories then you eat. It seems that a lot of health advice has gotten away from this general principal because of the latest research coming out that shows how creating a calorie deficit doesn’t necessary help you lose fat, […]

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Quick Update on the status of Insight Writer

In the past year I have posted a grand total of four articles to Insight Writer. I am actually disappointed that I have lost the passion for writing on this blog. I am also disappointed that all of my book projects are on hold simply because I have no passion for them right now. I […]

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The Desire to Be Healthy

For awhile now I have been procrastinating on something I really desire to do. I have been putting off writing my first book on Personal Finance. Many of you are doing something similar with your fat loss goal, or other life goal you have. Why do we do it? We say we want something then […]

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How The Body Actually Loses Fat

The most important thing we can do to become and stay healthy is to learn how keep excess fat out of our bodies. We already know that excess fat is the primary contributor to our poor health. And we all know that eating in excess is the primary way we gain fat, but most people […]

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Grazing vs. Gorging (Food Timing Strategies)

Three square meals a day is the right way to go, isn’t it? At least that is what most of us have been brought up with. The BBC recently published an article called “Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner: Have we always eaten them?” It is an interesting read, but the truth is that we haven’t always […]

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