This week’s budget idea might be a bit of a harder one for some, but once you’re able to see a fw possible ways to tweak your utilities-usage, you can be saving HUNDREDS of dollars a year that can be going toward things like vacations, down payments on large purchases, etc. Think about using a…

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We throw away way too much food. There are three simple reasons for this: One, when we’re at the store, we impulse purchase things that we know we have no actual desire to use, but for whatever reason, our brains tell us that we HAVE to have that particular item. Two, we are sure we…

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How does shutting off tech (computer, laptop, television, etc.) even ten minutes before bed help? Simple: Your brain has the time and ability to shut out the rest of the world, to begin to prepare for your sleep cycle. This has been tested, peer reviewed and acknowledged as fact. You need to be able to…

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This might seem like a simple one at first, but there are a lot of correlations between consistent sleep and how that affects and effects you in your waking life. This is no mere statement, and there have been conclusively peer reviewed and globally accepted points about this. Here are a few facts (<< not…

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Some days, our bodies have a mind of their own it seems, right? For those of us who live with crippling chronic illnesses (mine tend to be in the form of bad back issues, carpal tunnel in both arms/wrists, and migraines that knock me on my ass for WEEKS at a time), doing a lot…

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Sometimes, we’re so caught up in the mælstrom of life that we don’t see the beauty around us because it is spinning so fast and we can’t slow down. Sometimes, life is in a slow-motion view, and you’re watching everything play out in a way you see clearer than anything, but you have to ask…

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Suck it up, Buttercup. This isn’t always the best advice.   Accept and acknowledge life isn’t always fantastic. This is more realistic. The reality is, we don’t get to choose all of the events that unfold in our lives. Somedays we are enjoying how well everything seems to finally be working out for us, and…

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Don’t let your mind be alone too long. This might need a bit of explanation. You see, for those of us who suffer from depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and other emotional stresses, syndromes, disorders, whatever you want to term them as – spending any significant amount of time just thinking, overthinking and worrying generally leads…

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Once we decide for any personal reason to start doing regular exercise as a part of our lives, we should do a deep research about the nutrition, diet, types of exercise according to our weight and resistance, and have a thorough discussion with our family doctor. As any apprentice, it is absolutely normal for you…

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The first fifteen days of this 30days, Your Way cycle, I was gun-ho to get an article out every single day about what I wanted to inspire people about. I came up with 30 words, and was bound and determined to bombard the Geeks website with my thoughts. Well, four things happened. Actually six, but…

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Today is covering two days worth of words: Accepting and Geeky. Yesterday was insane for me, so I’m playing catch up again. Trying to stay on top of these things, but sometimes we just have to accept (ooh, see what I just did?) the fact that fun geeky (now I’m just stretching it) things have…

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30DYW: Day 5 – Proud My BuJo got here yesterday and I didn’t have a lot of time to really play with it much. I had to do some math to get it to have a certain setup for a mini calendar before the YAAG (year at a glance) which I still need to finish…

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