Melanie Albert
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Melanie Albert Experiment with Plant Protein

No Meat for 30 Years.I stopped eating red meat 30 years ago because my body could not digest it. I was a runner and felt like the meat made me sluggish. Then 18 years ago when my Mom was diagnosed with breast cancer, Click here for the full article.
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The Bus Stop In Arizona

Less than a decade after Marilyn Monroe’s 1962 death, Billy made an emotional decision that, had he lived until friend Debbie Reynolds 2012 auction, he would have severely regretted. “I used to have six of Marilyn's dresses,” Click here for the full article.
Nassim Sana
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Stop Everything for 5 Minutes

I’m not going to talk about the reasons why we don’t relax, and utilize tools like meditation. I’m going to encourage you to focus on all the reasons why you should give yourself that five minutes to become more centered. Click here for the full article.
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Names on a Memorial

Like all language, organized information can be persuasive. It “directs our thinking,” as biologist Stephen Jay Gould wrote about classification. Names on memorials are examples of organized information where arrangement defines a visitor’s experience. The thoughtful chronology of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial builds a space for individual remembrance. A World War I memorial does the same, but with a different arrangement strategy, reflecting the difference in the two wars. In contrast, the random arrangement proposed for the World Trade Center memorial almost derailed the project. Yet, in another context, random builds community at the Memorial Temples of Burning Man. Click here for the full article.
Jodie Heisner
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Yes Your Friends and Family will Lie to You

I hate to break the news, but it's a fact. When you ask your close friends and family how you did during your recent TV interview, what they thought of your presentation or the quotes in the paper from your print interview, they will tell you bold faced lies. (Oh employees too, they will also lie their butts off.) Click here for the full article.
Olga Zlotnik
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Your Home as an Investment

When people are being hounded by creditors and going through tough financial times, they come to me for help. In listening to, advocating for, and helping my clients, I have had the privilege of learning some financial do’s and don’ts. The truth is that financial trouble can happen to anyone. Click here for the full article.
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Back Pain and Hydration – Is Your Back Thirsty?

A thirsty back is often a sore back. Let’s take a look at how proper water intake, exercise and nutrition can help support a healthy pain free back. Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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Mini Habits

Thinking that a new behavior will take too much effort, we tend to put it off to a later time when we have the time or desire to invest in the effort. Rubin in Better than Before shares another important point about effort. When we are trying to change a behavior that we have tried to change previously, the effort to change it becomes more difficult. This makes the case for setting yourself up for success from the very beginning of the change process. Click here for the full article.
Larry Rendon

Lure of the Superstitions

Ever wonder about hidden or buried treasure or fantasize about looking for it? Come to the Mary D. Fisher this Friday to meet author Lorenzo Rendon. Larry, as he prefers, lived in the Verde Valley for many years. He is a former United States Marine, and Alaska State Trooper. Click here for the full article.
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Mimi Paris Photography

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