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Tips On Formulating a Bucket List

June 27th, 2012

Creating a bucket list is an excellent way to help ensure that you fill your life with rich and memorable experiences. It's also a motivator for leading a dynamic existence and can enrich your personality and help shape you in a profound and significant way. There are a few steps to formulating a bucket list that's diverse and interesting - here are a few. Ask yourself some...

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Athletic Competitions for the Blind

June 26th, 2012

Being blind has nothing to do with your coordination, stamina, strength or overall athletic ability. Blind athletes all over the world have proven that they have what it takes to participate in various sports, and that their appetite for competition is as healthy as ever. One of the oldest competitions that the blind compete in is the Paralympic Journey. According to the...

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A Look at Deaf Artists

June 26th, 2012

Art is often used as a vehicle of self-expression. One of the greatest things about art is its accessibility to anyone, and that no matter who you are or where you come from, as long as you have the passion and the drive, you can indulge and create something. The deaf community has taken this sentiment to heart and they have rallied together to form the Deaf Professional Arts...

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Fun Ways to Spend Father's Day

June 15th, 2012

Sometimes the best gift for your father is not a tangible good, but rather it is a fun time spent doing an activity that caters to his interests. This is the ultimate gift because it not only shows your care and appreciation of the man who gave you life, but it lets you both spend quality time together and strengthen the bond between you two. Sports or music? Your dad might...

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Celebrating Fathers Around the World

June 11th, 2012

Respecting one's father is an age-old sentiment that dates back to Biblical times. The father is the one with the life knowledge that he bestowed upon his son or daughter. This know-how can come in the form of wisdom and morals as well as a trade or profession. While today kids grow up to choose their own paths, many times the ability to survive through learning a skillset was...

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Everyday Heroes - the History of Good Samaritans

June 5th, 2012

For as long as humans have been around, they have faced challenges and strife. While people have a penchant for personal triumph over their problems through self-will and an individual determination, sometimes situations can be so dire that people need the assistance and kindness from others. Through labels and awards we recognize those who put others first and commit heroic...

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Chin Up! Tips To Maintain a Positive Attitude

May 16th, 2012

Keeping a positive outlook isn't always easy - even the sunniest disposition runs into tough times every now and then. But maintaining an optimistic attitude can do wonders for your mental state of mind. Think of it this way - you need skills to be successful, and those can be learned relatively easily. If your head isn't in the right place then you simply aren't going to do...

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Can You Meditate With A Dog?

April 23rd, 2012

When you think of meditation, it's probably not as an activity that you share with your beloved dog. Sure, you may enjoy spending time with your pooch, but chances are he's not so keen on sitting still and doing absolutely nothing for a lengthy period of time. However, Cesar's Way has a different take on the matter. If you think about it, your dog is constantly living in the...

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How Life Experiences May Affect Anxiety and Depression

March 19th, 2012

The age-old question of psychology is that of nature versus nurture. Do our genes dictate who we will become, or do the events we experience throughout our lives have a more meaningful impact? Perhaps the answer is a mix of the two - our genes may lead us toward a certain path, but our life experiences can play just as big a role. That's what scientists from Virginia...

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How to Strike a Balance Between Work and Home

February 2nd, 2012

One of the biggest issues facing working adults is finding a balance between the demands of work and those at home. This is something that affects anyone with a regular job - from the recent college graduate hoping to maintain an active social life to the middle-aged worker who has a family to spend time with. We all want to maintain healthy personal relationships, but...

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