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To Move Forward We Need to Let Go

“<i>We can't be afraid of change. You may feel very secure in the pond that you are in, but if you never venture out of it, you will never know that</i> …

5 Food Combinations Your Body Would Not Be Grateful For

5 Food Combinations to Stay Away From<p>It doesn't go together like peanut butter and jelly.<p>December 03, 2017<p>Ask yourself if fresh beans, cheese, milk, …

10 Fantasies to Let Go of Before the New Year

“A 10-year-old patient of mine will be undergoing her 14th surgery in three years’ time to combat a rare and aggressive type of cancer. Even after …

Surgery

When the President of the US decides to wilfully incriminate himself in a tweet, we’re better off without him as an ally

Donald Trump’s relationship with the document he swore to protect in January has become even more special.<p>He was always a quixotic voice on the US …

8 Things Positive People Do Differently

Some people go through life carried forward on the wings of good vibrations. These people are the chipper, resilient, Leslie Knopes of the world. But …

The one thing most self-made millionaires do when they first wake up

After studying hundreds of people both rich and poor, author Tom Corley reveals the one thing most self-made millionaires do when they first wake up. Following is a transcript of the video.<p><b>Tom Corley:</b> What I found in my research is that in the morning, this is where self-made millionaires really …

Self-improvement

Anti-inflammatory diet: What to know

The human body uses inflammation to help fight illness and also protect areas from further harm. In most cases, inflammation is a necessary part of …

iPad generation's fingers not ready to write, teachers say

Kindergarten and early primary teachers have aired their concerns that the rise of touchscreen devices means more children are starting school not …