How to Improve Your Memory After Age 50

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See Why Exercising Your Brain Can Be Lots of Fun! You can super-boost your brain and get it to work like it did five, 10, 15, even 20 years ago — using nothing more than a simple deck of playing cards. And that’s just one of many simple, enjoyable card games you’ll find in Dr. […]

Inner Strength

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One of the most influential spiritual books I have read is the trilogy by Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue Books 1, 2 and 3. I recently picked up Book 3 after 12 years. It is astonishing that much of what I have been discovering for myself through life experiences and numerous […]

“50 Shades of Kale” is Bound to Excite Your Taste Buds

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Some lovers get cold feet. When the frost touches Kale, she gets sweeter, her sugar concentrated. She has been known to last all winter long, perpetual satiation. Baby, do you like to eat seasonal? She is almost always ready for a few leaves to be plucked. Eating kale just got hotter. The very-good-for-you green is […]

The Happiness Diet by Tyler Graham and Drew Ramsey, MD

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The Happiness Diet: A Nutritional Prescription for a Sharp Brain, Balanced Mood, and Lean, Energized Body Scattered throughout this book are the top hundred reasons to avoid processed foods. And that is the short list. Reason number one points out that castoreum, which is used as a flavor enhancer in puddings, candies, and some frozen […]

iVegetarian2: The Eating Disorders of Steve Jobs

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Steve Jobs died October 5, and the animal rights organization PETA stepped right up to honor him as a vegetarian who was deeply committed to animal welfare and the environment. PETA, of course, has yet to acknowledge the role that Jobs’s near vegan diet may have played in his death, and continues to maintain that […]

Live a Meaningful Life Book

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The Wait Is Over Our first full-length non-fiction book is being published today. Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life is our finest, most important creation to date. It’s also the best thing we’ve ever written about Minimalism and will likely serve as the cornerstone to our work for years to come. It took us a year to […]

Imperfect Is the New Perfect

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The Nightmares of a Perfectionist Perfectionism is a futile endeavor. As a perfectionist, I speak from experience. And this essay is my confessionary hymn. At times my perfectionism haunts me: all the pleasure of “getting it right” can be immediately wiped out by small, debilitating imperfections: the sharp, stabbing pain of a negative criticism; the […]

Triumph Over Tragedy: Faces Of The Holocaust Project

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About this project From Monni My Holocaust project began as a means to heal after the tragic and sudden death of my 28-year-old daughter, Miya. The project developed into a life’s mission for me. I owe my sanity to the camaraderie and deep connections that I made with the holocaust survivors that I photographed. Why […]

Tickets on Sale for The Crazy Sexy Pink Fund Luncheon Featuring Kris Carr, NY Times Best-Selling Author and Wellness Warrior

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When New York Times best-selling author of the Crazy Sexy Cancer books and self-acclaimed “Wellness Warrior” Kris Carr takes the stage at the Crazy Sexy Pink Fund Luncheon at The Royal Park Hotel, metro Detroit will get first hand information on how this Stage IV Liver Cancer survivor transformed her health and life through diet, […]

Breaking The Eating Disorder Stigma, One Story At A Time

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In a multitude of ways, eating disorders express anxiety. If you have a history of eating disorders, you’re likely sensitive and perfectionistic. When ill, you not only exaggerate the rightness or wrongness of numbers on the scale, but you may also imagine there’s a right way and a wrong way to recover. Recovery’s promise of […]