Archive for June, 2008

Your Number’s Up – What Your Address Number Tells About You

Your Number’s Up – What Your Address Number Tells About You

Written by on June 23, 2008 in Features

By Lori Bach
Numbers make the world go around in more ways than one! They are everywhere and have many meanings in our lives such as in our month, day and year of birth. They also have an impact on behaviors of people in residences and places of business.
Have you ever wondered why some residences or […]

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Interview with Artist Ejay Moore

Interview with Artist Ejay Moore

Written by on June 20, 2008 in Art

How did you get started?
I got started about 3 years ago. I lost/released a job I was quite fond of and found myself feeling pretty depressed and disheartened. My aunt was painting at that time and I guess hearing about her paintings planted a seed in my head that maybe I could paint too. […]

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Life Companions: Divinely Inspired Art by Nicole

Life Companions: Divinely Inspired Art by Nicole

Written by on June 20, 2008 in Art

Life CompanionsWhen you meet someone special it adds new colors to your life.
You feel alive and the energy is strong between you. All relationships have a flow and a rhythm
Now is the time to strengthen the relationships that are most important to you.

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The Underground Shopper Report (Summer 2008)

The Underground Shopper Report (Summer 2008)

Written by on June 20, 2008 in Health

Allergy Clean Environments
1387 W. Campbell Rd.
Richardson, TX 75080
972/503-9688; 800/882-4110
Mon-Sat 10-6
www.allergyclean.com
If you’ve been diagnosed with allergies (or asthma) your doctor may have given you a catalog from this company. They’ve been providing customers with allergy-proofing products since 1990 and have worked with thousands of allergy and asthma sufferers. From home to work environ-ments, they test […]

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Eating with the Season: Summertime

Eating with the Season: Summertime

Written by on June 20, 2008 in Health

Why do we cheat on ourselves?
As I was writing this weekend, my ten-year old son approached my desk and said he had “a confession”. That always peaks a mother’s interest. He said, “I was really looking forward to my friend’s slumber party so I could celebrate by having cake and soda. Then I realized that […]

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Biofeedback

Biofeedback

Written by on June 20, 2008 in Health

Like grocery stores stocking organic food and fitness fans flocking to yoga, medicine is going back to the future—with biofeedback.
Biofeedback uses modern technology combined with meditation and relaxation to provide real-time information about automatic processes in our bodies—such as heart rate or brain waves—that we normally are not aware of. It converts this information into […]

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Your Summer Stars (2008)

Your Summer Stars (2008)

Written by on June 20, 2008 in Astrology

Welcome summer with the promise of heat, fun and economic rebuilding. July starts with a New Moon on the 2nd, just in time for America’s annual birthday party. The economy struggles with inflation and there is fear of foreign dollars. However, there is an excitement for what is to come through the Presidential Election. That […]

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Live An Inspiring Life

Live An Inspiring Life

Written by on June 20, 2008 in Editorial

What if you only had a few months to live and you knew it? What would you do? How would you live your remaining days? What words of wisdom would you leave behind, especially if you had young children? Such was the dilemma for Randy Pausch, a Carnegie Mellon professor and a married man with […]

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Grief and Loss

Grief and Loss

Written by on June 20, 2008 in Editorial

When I was a first-grader my girlfriend was the love of my life. One glance from her set my heart a-flutter. The highlight of my day would be to sit near her in class. As summer approached, my heart sank; she lived three miles from me—an impossible distance for a 6-year- old. That summer, I […]

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