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Monthly Archives: September 2011

Auction Systems “Thinking Outside the Box”

“Offered for the first time, this luxury absolute auction provides a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a true contemporary masterpiece,” said Jason Stancill, VP of Auction Systems. Click here for the full article.

Becky Campos “A Critical Health Thinker”

Over the years I have had the opportunity to speak to many different people who are in the process of reclaiming their health. Naturally they are most concerned with what kind of foods they should be consuming. Click here for the full article.

Reeve Barker “September Sports”

September is a very busy sports month, baseball is heading into the final stages of the season, College football and the NFL are starting their regular seasons as well. Also, in tennis, the US Open is wrapping up and I would like to wish congratulations to Samantha Stosur for winning her first career grand slam event over Serena Williams, the mens final is today between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, Djokovic is 5-0 against Nadal and attempting to put a nice bow on the greatest single season performance for any tennis player in one year. Click here for the full article.

Nanette Bowles “Understanding Aspergers”

What do you get when you cross the mildest and highest functioning form of autism and attention deficit disorder? Asperger’s. According to Autism United, Asperger’s Syndrome is a “neurologically-based disorder of development”. Click here for the full article.

Kas Winters “Tell Me A Story”

We associate bedtime stories with young children, but story time can be expanded and enjoyed by all ages in many ways and times of the day. There are many advantages to reading together. It creates a love of reading and learning Click here for the full article.

Sydney Paige McCutcheon “Prom”

For me, I kind of cringe. Even now, writing about this, my eyes narrow. I was the little girl who always dreamed of the big poofy dress with her hair half-up in curls and the long gloves that went to her elbows, maybe even fingerless with a string tied around the middle man. The guy would think of something very romantic to surprise me with and ask me - you'd think I was talking about a proposal here, but no, that has to be even better haha. Click here for the full article.

Bret Wilson “Where Did I Park the Car?”

Perhaps you have had a relative, friend or spouse who has been affected by the most common form of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease. Current statistics indicate that people diagnosed with the changes of memory, thinking and behavior now has grown to one in eight for people aged 65 and older. It is more prevalent in women than men. The number will likely escalate as the baby boomers age. Four percent of case are considered early onset, occurring in individuals under 65. The figure of cases increases to 43% of persons over 85 years old. Click here for the full article.

Maya Nahra “5 Reason Why Diets Don’t Work”

The real conclusion here is your body’s cry for change! The desire to go on a ‘diet’ may be your body’s way of telling you, “Hey! Pay attention to me! We need to do some things a bit differently here!” Below are 5 reasons I hope you consider… in addition to their alternatives which might steer you in your right direction. Click here for the full article.
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