Book Review Of The Alchemist

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The Alchemist is one of those “esoteric” feeling books that makes you feel like life is vivid again. It certainly plays on the feeling that “there is something more” that you’ve forgotten and the thought that you are part of a bigger plan. As you follow Santiago, the shepherd boy on his adventure, you will […]


A Voice In The Night

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Seventy-five pages of poetic thought on everyday life, including the author’s frustrations with shopping and solicitors, greet the readers of A Voice in the Night, by GeorgeAnne Smith. She also includes a touching homage to the men and women who protect and serve us all. An interesting poem speaks from the view of a person […]


Give A Little Book Review

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This 310 page saga is Scott Underhill’s second superbly written novel. I have had the pleasure of reviewing both of his books – and they are equally outstanding, yet profoundly different pieces of fiction. Give a Little certainly provokes empathy for each of its characters. It is an emotional roller-coaster ride for the reader, while […]


Shattered Memories Scattered Emotions Book Review

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Betty Woodrum released her first book of poetry entitled Shattered Memories, Scattered Emotions in on July 16, 2005. Her poetry is clean and simple and extremely honest. There is such a strong theme of the various forms of love that the word ‘love’ should almost be included in the title! It is apparent throughout Betty’s […]


Hypnotize Yourself For Anaesthesia Your 10 Step Guide To Create Your Own Anaesthesia Today

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There was a superb television delight on here in the UK entitled ‘Hypno-Surgery’ recently and it showed a man receiving hypno-surgery. That is, he had a hernia operation without any anaesthesia other than by using hypnosis. Of course, it is a sensation because it is on television, however, these have been done for years. There […]


Tea Tree Oil And A Whole Foods Diet A Complete Cure For Chronic Disease

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Tea tree oil has various uses in first aid treatments because of its triple antibiotic features: it’s an antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal agent. The oil’s first aid uses are fairly straightforward because we all know what to expect from a first aid treatment: we know we can use the substance to sanitize, heal cuts and […]


4 Easy Ways To Relief Headache

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Having headache is annoying and sometimes it is difficult for us to avoid. Mostly when we are under pressure, headache appeared automatically. If it gets worse, we might faint due to the pain we felt. A headache is a condition of mild to severe pain in the head. It can also attack at our upper […]


Stress How Aromatherapy Can Combat Its Effects

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Unfortunately, in today’s fast paced, highly technical world … stress, worry and anxiety are facts of life and we have become accustomed to feeling stressed 24/7! We are a ‘Stressed-out Nation’ and are dealing with our stress in unhealthy ways! More than half of working adults are NOW concerned with the amount of stress in […]


Top Stress Reducers Are Dogs

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Stress-related illnesses are at an all time high in America, and there is no sign it will lessen. For the most part, doctors have identified the basic cause of this to be our “seriousness”. By that they mean taking ourselves too seriously, thus causing so much pressure that any meaningful stress management is impossible. When […]


Colours Of The Soul Colour Therapy

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Colour surrounds us, we live and breath colour often on a subconscious level. How many of us take colour for granted? We often are so busy in our everyday lives to stop and realise the kaleidoscope of colour that surrounds us. Imagine a world without colour; how would this effect our feelings and emotions, our […]


7 Ways To Boost Your Energy

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Everyone would like to feel more energetic during the day. You naturally go through periods of higher activity which contrasts with times of relaxation. The problem occurs when more energy and concentration is required than we can give. Or when we try to sleep and can’t. Follow these invaluable tips to a new you! 1) […]


Eliminating Stress

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We have officially accepted stress as an everyday, unavoidable black cloud that follows us wherever we go. It’s in the car. It’s in the office. It’s at home. Stress is waiting around every corner with it’s sharp edges ready to chip away at our most complete selves. Stress heightens our blood pressure, making us irritable […]


Reiki For Your Stress Reduction

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Have you ever heard the word Reiki? If you want to get rid of stress that you may experience after work, Reiki is the answer to your problem. With this, you will feel a different form of relaxing and soothing comfort. Reiki is greatly different from Yoga, even though both of them have the same […]


Is Private School Right For My Child

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You are considering a private school. Why is that? If you believe that by sticking your child in a private school that things will just get better for them, you may be making a big mistake. That is, you should send your child to a private school only if it is going to benefit him, […]


Potty Training Dealing With Constipation

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Some children don’t like having bowel movements, perhaps because they have felt pain before, and now resist going. This resistance can cause constipation as the faeces become hard and compacted, making bowel movements even more painful. Here are some questions you can ask to determine whether your child is constipated or not.


Shyness In Children

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What is shyness? Liz wanted to enter the mess hall. All the other kids were already seated in groups, munching their lunch, chatting happily. Liz was afraid that people would look at her, so she hung outside, trying to muster the courage to enter. But her heart raced inside her rib cage, her palms sweated […]


Childhood Obesity Family Fight

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Childhood obesity, as most people now know, is effected by many behavioral factors. In addition to the behavioral changes that may be required by changing the way your child eats and how much physical activity they engage in every day, you must observe at other factors in their behavior, and in the behavior of the […]


Managing Fatigue After Your Baby Is Born

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Those days right after your baby is born can be grueling. You’re likely in some pain from the delivery, and the baby is keeping you up all night. Here are some tips to help you cope in those first few weeks. Let some things go Prepare yourself ahead of time to focus on yourself and […]