Therapist Thaddeus Heffner, LMFT Discusses Body – Soul – Spirit

According to Thaddeus Heffner, LMFT, human beings are three parts that make up one whole.  There is the physical body; the soul, which from the Greek means life, self, and our conscious personality; and then there is the human spirit.  However, reports Thaddeus Heffner, he often finds that when interacting with these wonderful three part […]

Changing Roles in Life: Becoming a Caregiver for Parents

Roles reverse; child becomes parent.  If you are about to join the ranks of the more than 65 million family caregivers in the U.S., you must understand the job is so much more than a profound act of kindness.  While there are myriad reasons people take on the role of caregiver, there are common considerations […]

Marketing Associates Offers Plethora of Services to Clients

Marketing Associates offers a catalog of services for its clients, all geared toward helping them achieve business and marketing goals. While each client generally comes to Marketing Associates for a specific purpose, many find the firm offers more useful tools than they’d originally planned to use. Still, Marketing Associates allows them to choose only as […]

Q&A with Tiffani Von Alvensleben on Investing in Foreclosure Properties

In a tough real estate market, it takes a competitive, savvy businesswoman like Tiffani Von Alvensleben to make a go of it. A successful entrepreneur, Tiffani Von Alvensleben has a deep knowledge of the market and a unique skill set that makes her a natural. Today, we talk to Tiffani Von Alvensleben about real estate […]

Charles L. Starr III Talks about Pet Safety around the Holidays

As a veterinarian, Charles L. Starr III knows the kind of trouble that pets can get into around the holidays. Charles L. Starr III says that even well-meaning, loving pet owners can still make mistakes. Q: I understand that Halloween can be a real problem for pets. Charles L. Starr III: Yes, you probably should […]

Pete Spittler Discusses Art and Architecture

It’s often been noted that the creative class is what keeps the cultures of cities alive and vibrant.  How exactly, does that play out, asks Pete Spittler? He has seen the creative class’ input in a direct way; Pete Spittler has helped realize some of those dreams as a creative force of his own. It […]

What Politicians Often Face in the Aftermath of the Race

When running for public office, candidates usually acquire what is known as a “temporary celebrity status,” whether on a national or local scale. This means that in the time they are running for office, the public eye is centered on them. When voters are considering their choices, no matter if it is a presidential race […]

Tips from Carmack Moving and Storage – Effective Post-Move Organization

If you are planning a move, Carmack Moving and Storage says that getting there is only half the battle. The boxes have been unloaded, furniture is neatly in place, and now it’s time to get settled. Carmack Moving and Storage says that the move is really just the beginning. Now it’s time to set about […]

Frankie Bordeaux Q&A: The Boys and Girls Club of America

Frankie Bordeaux has worn many hats throughout his life. From Boys and Girls Club executive director, businessman to property management and real estate developer to NCAA basketball official, Frankie Bordeaux has experienced many things—but few compare to making a difference in the lives of families and children. Recently, Frankie Bordeaux answered a few questions about […]

Zrylw Offers Fitness Tips for the New Year

Losing weight is a resolution that millions of Americans make every year. The question is, how to keep motivated long enough for the endorphins of exercise to really become a habit? Zrylw has some ideas to help you meet your fitness goals for 2013. One of the best ways to start losing weight is to […]

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