How I Try to Balance My Work & Personal Life

Jul 2 2015 | Written by : Mandy Edwards| 1 |
How I Try to Balance My Work & Personal Life

Being a business owner, full-time mom and full-time wife, life is crazy.  We are all busy. We are all stressed. If you’re not, you’re lying. There are thousands of self-help articles on the web that give you specific how-tos on balancing your work & personal life. Not every step-by-step

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17 Tips for Connecting on Social Media

Jun 22 2015 | Written by : Mandy Edwards| 1 |
17 Tips for Connecting on Social Media

One mantra I’ve adopted while working in social media is to connect with intent. I have to have a reason to connect with someone because I don’t believe in connecting for the sake of padding my numbers. A few years ago Jennifer Hanford and I did a series of 101 posts on the subject of connecting.

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Work/Life Balance for Men: Is Trust an Issue?

Jun 18 2015 | Written by : Larry Williamson| 1 |
Trust an Issue

I used to take motorcycle trips with coworkers.  On one such trip we were gone for a week.  Among the individuals I was traveling with one was a Vice President of a division, and another the President of the company.  This was a vacation, a time away. While we all had things going on back at the

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Work/Life Balance for Men: Your Behavior Effects More Than Just You

Jun 16 2015 | Written by : Larry Williamson| 1 |
Your Behavior Effects More than You

According to Gallup’s 2014 Work and Education poll, 25% of salaried Americans report working 60 or more hours per week. Another 25% report working 50-59 hours per week. In another study by Hamermesh and Stancanelli (Sept 2014) comparing data from five countries (US; France; Germany; Netherlands;

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How to Prepare Yourself for Breast Augmentation

Jun 4 2015 | Written by : Sarah Smith| 3 |
surgery

If you are considering breast augmentation, you need to prepare yourself for your procedure to have the best possible outcome and recovery. Breast surgery is a serious undertaking and you should not neglect your well-being. Discuss all of the details concerning the procedure with your breast surgeon

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The History of Plastic Surgery

Apr 20 2015 | Written by : Pamela Hudson| 0 |
The History of Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery has been around for thousands of years despite the fact that it might seem like a modern day luxury. The earliest records of the procedure come from places in the ancient world roughly 4,000 years ago, and the industry has continued to grow over the last few centuries, especially in

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Is Online Diagnosis a Good Idea?

Mar 27 2015 | Written by : Olivia Grey| 0 |
Is Online Diagnosis a Good Idea?

Researches suggest that people prefer online-diagnosis and live doctor chats in comparison to regular doctors. But is online diagnosis a good idea? Or should traditional offline meets be preferred? In the last few years, healthcare systems have widely evolved. In fact, the last few years have seen a

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Why Plastic Surgery Can Help Your Career

Mar 5 2015 | Written by : Pamela Hudson| 4 |
Why Plastic Surgery Can Help Your Career

There are many ways that we can boost ourselves to not only feel better in our own skin, but to also benefit our chances of getting a career or job we may be pursuing. Plastic surgery is one of the avenues that can offer people a new start and a little push towards achieving their goals on the work

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Fitness Advice from 18 Australia’s Personal Training Professionals

Nov 19 2014 | Written by : Maria Onzain| 0 |

See the full interviews with the top 18 Australian Personal Training professionals at Open Colleges. The Biggest Loser Shannan Ponton “Be patient when developing your business and your training style and study under many experienced mentors. Be exceptional.” Fitness for People with a Disability Ariel

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Ninja Drop Those Negative Nellies

Oct 27 2014 | Written by : Debbie Elicksen| 0 |

There’s a great line in the infographic accompanying the write-up How To Avoid the Negative Energy of Other People: “Always have an imaginary bodyguard by your side to fight off negative energy waves of negative people.” That little voice inside our head can choose to be negative or

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Getting Your Mojo Back

Sep 17 2014 | Written by : Debbie Elicksen| 0 |
Getting Your Mojo Back

It’s different for everybody. It can take hours, days, weeks, or years. You don’t even know why you’re in a funk but for some reason, you’ve lost that energy, your drive, and your ability to assess things. You may even know what your chief aim is, your end desire, but you’ve

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How to Balance Your Work & Personal Lives

Jul 22 2014 | Written by : Mandy Edwards| 0 |
How to Balance Your Work & Personal Lives

Being a full-time social media professional, full-time mom and full-time wife, life can hand you a lot to juggle. We are all busy. We are all stressed. There are thousands of self-help articles on the web that give you specific how-tos on balancing your work & personal life. Not every step-by-step

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