Protect Your Investment

September 21, 2012

Buying an automobile is probably one of the biggest financial investments you’ll make.  When you consider all the hard work that went into your purchase I’m sure you would agree that it only makes sense to protect your investment so that you get as much return on it as possible.  You understand that even though […]

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Pass It Forward Health Fair this Saturday

September 13, 2012

Guess who will be at the Pass It Forward MD 2nd Annual Community Health Fair this Saturday, September 15, 2012? You guessed it. The Howard County Holistic Center has a table at this fantastic FREE event for the 2nd year in a row. This year offers a new location at The Barn in the Oakland […]

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Are You Living, or Just Alive?

September 6, 2012

Life is described as many things by different people, but one thing it can never be defined as is stagnant. Life is always changing, evolving, increasing, or decreasing in capacity.  It is in a constant state of flux. While you are sitting there seemingly doing nothing, your body is always on the job building and […]

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Aw, She Has Her Mother’s…?

August 30, 2012

It’s almost a newborn’s rite of passage.  A baby can’t escape having its looks scrutinized to determine what he/she got from whom.  Grandma’s nose, Dad’s eyes, Mom’s mouth, Grandpa’s ears, and on and on. What we never consider is that maybe the baby inherited someone’s constitutional imbalance as well.  Out of sight out of mind, […]

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Using Anger as a Tool for Change

August 29, 2012

Anger. What feeling or feelings does this word bring up for you? For some people, anger invokes feelings of guilt, fear, powerlessness, depression, and injustice. But thinking of anger doesn’t have to feel this way. How can we break this cycle? When can our anger help us to clarify what we need and want in […]

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Off Road, or Off the Mark?

August 23, 2012

I know you’ve seen them braving the pitted surface of the highway.  Or perhaps traversing a busy grocery store or home improvement parking lot.  Luckily for the driver there’s just enough power and ground clearance to navigate a speed bump before wedging himself into a miniscule parking space.  The Hummer.  Real-life Tonka toy; bastion of […]

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Take Aim at a New Life!

August 16, 2012

It is estimated that approximately 3% of the population has a set of concrete, written goals.  If the full impact of goal setting were realized, and more importantly the results it produces, we would undoubtedly see more people engaging in it. In a follow-up study of one prominent university’s graduating class, the 3% of graduates […]

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Germ Warfare

August 9, 2012

You never have to wonder when the “cold and flu season” is around the corner.  Big Pharma will be sure that you are reminded of its impending arrival no matter where you turn. When the dreaded season of doom drapes its black curtain over us, whatever you do, don’t come within sneezing distance of anybody, […]

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Fit vs. Healthy

August 2, 2012

We have all read the unfortunate headlines. 37 Year Old MLB Baseball Pitcher Dies of Heart Attack NHL Hockey Player Found Dead in Condo at Age 35, No Foul Play Suspected Olympic Skater’s Life Cut Short at 28, Dies of Natural Causes These were elite athletes at the top of their sport.  Were they fit?  […]

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Essential Healthy Habits

July 30, 2012

To live a healthy life at the most basic level, we all know that there are certain habits that must be maintained on a consistent basis. Want healthy teeth?  Brush a few times daily, floss at least once a day, and visit your dentist for regular check-ups. Healthy bodily hygiene requires that you shower or […]

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