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Daily Archives: October 12, 2011

By: rjeter

Marva L. Goldsmith, AICI CIP http://www.branding50.com http://www.marvagoldsmith.com Thanks for tuning back in to part 2 of the three part series. This time, let’s consider the claim that, “You’re too Expensive!” (Your wage could support three new employees.) Let’s talk value.  Begin by understanding and accepting your value.  Convince yourself, and then convey this confidence to the interviewer.  You will bring…

By: rjeter

I pride myself on improving me.  I use the best moisturizers and exfoliants on my face to mask those wrinkles and multiple fine lines on my forehead from showing my real age.  I spend buckets of money trying to keep my feet smooth and oiled up to eliminate crusty cracked heels, and adding color to my toe nails to impress…

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“Beauty Bits”   Beauty is ageless! Whether you get up in the morning and do a complete facial overhaul or you choose to grab a little lipstick & be done with it, we all have our “tried and true” beauty regimens. We all have our “go to items”, but these days you may want to spice it up a little….

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The seasons and time are starting to change.  Inclement weather, along with getting dark outside quicker, may have you in the house more than you want to be.  There will be some days when you just can’t get out the house to exercise.  What do you do?  Don’t fret!  Here are some simple workout routines that can be done inside…

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 Laughter is the human gift that heals our bodies and emotions so we can cope with life’s ups and downs. Laughter pressures the brain to do 2 things simultaneously: (1) visual-facial gestures – tightens facial muscles, particularly the major muscles of the mouth; and (2) phonic – (sounds) which cause arm, leg and torso muscles to contract. Life is hard,…

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At one time or another, most over age 40 have considered the benefits and risks of minimizing the process of aging.  By age 55, atrophy and gravity will cause face muscles to stretch about one-half inch. The elasticity and health of the skin are determined greatly on the underlying tone, strength and vitality of the supporting facial muscles.  The facial…

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BTM – Kathy, tell us something about you. KC – I’m 51 and my life’s philosophy is to stay physically active, eat nutritious meals and maintain healthy habits, mentally and spiritually.  I have exercised all my life and participated in various fitness activities such as:  aerobics, kick boxing, weight training and Taebo.  I joined my church’s fitness ministry and wanted…

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Who’s the fairest of them all?  Many of us are familiar with that rhyme from the fairy tale of “Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs”, when the evil queen looks in the mirror only to discover that Snow White is still more youthful looking than she. We are all sometimes guilty of that.   We look in the mirror, and see…

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I’m sure you’ve heard the term “brain food”, such as almonds, avocados, bananas, blackberries, blueberries, cantaloupe, dark chocolate, oranges, peanut butter and, of course, fish.  These are foods that stimulate and enhance our health by helping to keep the blood vessels of the brain clear of blockages and thereby allowing nerve cells to function at a higher level.  These foods…

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Most non-techies never take the time to make sure they are experiencing the Internet in the best way possible. Some often stick with the browser that came with their computer that was purchased years ago.  Get the most out of the Internet by taking a few simple steps: Step 1: Choose the right browser The main browsers are Firefox (FF),…