Exercising Regularly Will Save You Tons of Money

http://www.care2.com/greenliving/exercising-regularly-will-save-you-tons-of-money.html In this day and age, it’s nearly impossible to remain unaware of the benefits exercise provides for our bodies and minds. Productivity, self-esteem and energy all receive a boost after hitting the gym, as well as our immune function, digestion and skin health. There is also the allure of cardiovascular health and strength-building that encourages […]

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Sad, guilty, anxious? Good! You’ve got the secret to happiness

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3795800/Sad-guilty-anxious-Good-ve-got-secret-happiness-Says-psychologist-Dr-Tim-Lomas-truly-inspirational-new-book.html Sad, guilty, anxious? Good! You’ve got the secret to happiness, says top psychologist Dr Tim Lomas in a truly inspirational new book Everyone feels sad, guilty or angry occasionally Dr Tim Lomas says these aren’t necessarily negative feelings He explains how to reframe them to use them to your advantage  By DR TIM LOMAS […]

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12 Scrumptious Ways to Eat Pumpkin This Fall

http://www.drozthegoodlife.com/healthy-food-nutrition/healthy-recipe-ideas/tips/g565/fall-pumpkin-recipes/ BY MAIA SCHOENFELDER From baked oatmeal to cheesy pasta, pumpkin belongs in all your dishes. Because autumn’s most festive squash is filled with fiber, vitamin A, key minerals, and isn’t just for lattes. You’ll be cooking these recipes all season long. Pumpkin Crème Brûlée Pie Bars These grain-free, gluten-free, and refined sugar-free pumpkin crème brûlée bars […]

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9 Alternative Non-Candy Halloween Treats For Kids

http://www.womansday.com/life/a52496/non-candy-halloween-treats/ Prevent sugar overload by handing out these goodies. All the other neighbors will be giving them sweets—why not hand out these healthy, non-candy ideas instead this year? It’s not like the detrimental health effects of consuming sugar are unknown, so give your conscience a break by doling out one of these fun candy alternatives. […]

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What the Science of Consumer Behavior Teaches Us about Content Strategy

http://www.skyword.com/contentstandard/creativity/what-the-science-of-consumer-behavior-teaches-us-about-content-strategy by Nicola Brown   In this age of big data we have more information at our fingertips than we even know what to do with. These days, algorithms decide for us what’s important and who our target audiences are down to the length of their toenails (almost). Why, then, are brands still struggling to get […]

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How to Get Your Kids Into a Habit of Community Service

http://www.parent.co/how-to-get-your-kids-into-a-habit-of-community-service by Danielle Helzer I try to be an intentional parent. It doesn’t always work out because, let’s face it: being a parent is SO HARD. Prior to becoming a mom, I spent seven years teaching English to high school students. It was an overwhelming job, but parenting is a new level of overload. The responsibility […]

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Negative Rates May Do More Harm Than Good, Expert Says

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-09-13/negative-rates-may-hurt-more-than-help-taylor-rule-creator-says?bcomanews=true Stanford economist says central banks should take step back Views Fed as behind the curve on getting back to neutral The negative interest rate strategy that Japan and Europe’s central banks have embraced may do more harm than good, according to John Taylor, the creator of an eponymous rule for guiding monetary policy. “What […]

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Auto Lending Default Rates Setting Off Alarms

http://www.businessinsider.com/jpmorgan-gordon-smith-on-auto-lending-2016-9 Nepalese mechanics inspecting a 1939 Daimler-Benz.Gopal Chitrakar/Reuters There is a lot of talk out there about the auto-loan market right now. The default rates for auto loans in oil-producing regions in the US have been jumping, while hedge fund honcho Jim Chanos has said the auto-lending market should “scare the heck out of everybody.” […]

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Can cycling help with grief and depression?

http://www.australasianscience.com.au/article/science-and-technology/can-cycling-help-grief-and-depression.html By Craig Fry, Associate Professor, Centre for Cultural Diversity and Wellbeing, Victoria University My father Lindsay Fry passed away suddenly eight months ago. He had end stage cancer, which was found well advanced on his lung and spine. Sadly, my father died just seven weeks after his diagnosis. He was two weeks short of […]

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What to Do if Your CEO Suddenly Dies

http://www.prdaily.com/Main/Articles/What_to_do_if_your_CEO_suddenly_dies_18913.aspx The death of a spouse or a close family member are the number one and five most stressful life events for adults, according to the Holmes and Rahe Stress Scale. Little can compare with this intimate level of loss, we have seen recently with SurveyMonkey CEO Dave Goldberg, the sudden death of a CEO […]

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