Face Reading: Useful Insights Or Just Entertainment?

It’s often said that the eyes are the windows into the soul, and that you can tell a lot about a person by looking at their smile. In my profession, I get to see lots of beautiful faces, from softly wrinkled grannies, tired but happy moms, thirty-something gals with a hint of lines from smiling,…
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A Very “Selfish” Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the winter holiday season. It’s our peak time for expressing our gratitude, of course. On magazine covers, morning talk shows, and blogs, you start to see the “gratitude” theme popping up everywhere. You see articles like… “100 things to be grateful about!” … “22 fun ways to express your gratitude!”…
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How To Save The World… And Still Have Time To Eat, Sleep, And Shower.

She gives all day long at work. She’s the first one to sign up for the 5K fundraiser race, the church potluck, the summer festival event planning team. Her heart breaks when she sees a hungry man sitting on the street corner. She can’t walk into a pet rescue center without adopting a new friend.…
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That Sixth Sense: If You Feel Something Is Up, Do Something About It.

Christopher spent the majority of his teen years living with his mother in a Washington DC homeless shelter. Food was tightly rationed and washing his clothes was a luxury—something he could only afford to do once a month. Despite these circumstances, Christopher excelled in high school and went on to earn a full scholarship to…
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Sweet Treats That Sneakily Pack Some Nutrients And Minerals. (Shh. Don’t Tell Your Kids.)

Have you checked out your child’s Halloween stash yet? Are you in the dole it out slowly camp, or do you let them feast and get it over with? Here’s another idea, chop up chocolate based candy bars (Snickers, Milky Way, Twix, etc) and add them to cookie batter or brownies instead of chocolate chips.…
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