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Z.  Altug Z. Altug's blog:

Diet, Lifestyle and Prostate Cancer

RESEARCH NOTES: Diet, Lifestyle and Prostate Cancer

A review article by Zuniga et al (2020) in Urologic Oncology concluded, “The best recommendation for patients with prostate cancer is to form a habit of wellness through healthy eating, aerobic and resistance exercise, and psychological well-being.” Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 11, 2020 06:51
Ingar Rudholm Ingar Rudholm's blog:

Instagram Reels

My target audience is 10 to 13 year old readers. When I market my book I choose Facebook for reaching parents and grandparents. For the readers, I use Instagram and TikTok. But some countries, including the US, is banning Tiktok for security reason.

So what I doing now to replace TikTok?

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Published on August 11, 2020 06:40
Rena Williams Rena Williams's blog:

Perfect Imperfections

I want to thank everybody for their feedback on my first novel. I'm glad you guys are enjoying it. Hang on to your seats theres more to look forward too.
You will defiantly find out everything you wanna know in book 2.

Thanks for the feedback it really helps.
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Published on August 11, 2020 06:39
Susie Colles Susie Colles's blog:

Abhyanga: the Best Comfort Food [7 mins]

So many things zap our juice and vitality that tired, stressed and fearful are normal abnormalities. To recuperate we might plan a health spa or holiday. But there���s a simple, economical, comforting and tested remedy we ...

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Published on August 10, 2020 22:14
Roberto Guillermo Gomes Roberto Guillermo Gomes's blog:

Sokushinbutsu

Los Sokushinbutsu (即身仏, literalmente, “consecución de la budeidad en vida”) es un tipo de momia budista, se refiere a la práctica de los monjes budistas que cumplen con el ascetismo hasta el punto de morir y entran en la momificación mientras están vivos. Se les ve en diversos países budistas, pero,

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Published on August 10, 2020 12:42
Caity Alice Caity Alice's blog:

Own Your Revolution

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Published on August 11, 2020 06:00
Robert   Nicholls Robert Nicholls's blog:

Release of new book, Surviving the Darkness

Here is the trailer for my first published book, Surviving the Darkness: Lessons learned from a battle with depression and anxiety, which was released on 5 August 2020. It is now available in print (paperback) and as an e-Book from all major online bookstores around the world including Amazon, Bookt Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 18:29
Y. Duplessis Y. Duplessis's blog:

My morning ALONE! || Self-care for Female Entrepreneurs || Self-care for Moms

It is Sunday morning, and I am still in my pajamas. Yes, I have finally got a morning to myself.
What is a mother, writer, and entrepreneur to do with time alone?


Glad you asked the question!



The first thing I did, tried out my bullet journal. Yes, we are working today too! So, I tried out my bullet

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Published on August 10, 2020 07:00
Dave          Williams Dave Williams's blog:

Books On Kindle Unlimited

My books are now available on Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited. I thought doing this might give readers the chance to try an author who is unknown to them, without having to purchase an ebook or print book. So if you subscribe to KU, please check out my stories.


There are 3 novellas, 1 novelette, and a coll

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Published on August 10, 2020 06:52
Jan Chapman Jan Chapman's blog:

Forgiveness

Have you ever tried to live without forgiving? It’s pretty hard. Downright frustrating to your own self. That’s because forgiveness sets you free. You’re only trapping yourself in a continual loop of anger and bitterness if you don’t let it go. Usually, the other person has no idea you’re wound tigh Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 21:51
Claudia  Grossman Claudia Grossman's blog:

girl power

[image error]Because it seems like the days just run into each other these days, it took me until yesterday to realize that yes, it’s been 40 years since my college graduation this past May. Wow. And whoa.


And with that thought in mind, I realized that I and my three dearest college friends (all of u

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Published on August 10, 2020 13:56
Michael Perkampus Michael Perkampus's blog:

Der 30. Februar des Jahres

Es regnet brossierte Hüte;wer etwas dafür kann,sollte jetzt nicht zögern,die Hand zu heben. Während die Hände sich erheben,die Hüte zu fangen,den eigenen ins Dickicht zu verlagern,schreibt man...



[[ Das ist nur ein Auszug. Besuchen Sie meine Webseite, um Links, weitere Inhalte und mehr zu erhalten! ] Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 23:37
R.L.S. Hoff R.L.S. Hoff's blog:

Micah McKinney And The Boys Of Summer

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This was a fun read that reminded me of all the intense emotion of going into middle school.





Micah may have more serious issues in her life than most young teens, but most will relate to her difficulties adjusting to the way her body, her life, and her relationships are changing.






I liked

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Published on August 10, 2020 10:47
Collier Brown Collier Brown's blog:

Anna Höglund, The Stone Giant (Gecko Press, 2020)

A first, and welcome, encounter with Gecko Press and the work of Swedish writer/illustrator Anna Höglund. The Stone Giant is a story of girlhood bravery, of facing down monsters, of facing down fears.









Dear bookmakers, marbling the pastedowns and endpapers of a book is never, NEVER the wrong thing to

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Published on August 10, 2020 17:06
Jan Carroza Jan Carroza's blog:

[Action required] Your RSS.app Trial has Expired - Tue Aug 11 2020

Your trial has expired. Please update your subscription plan at rss.app.
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Published on August 11, 2020 06:33
K.E. Coburn K.E. Coburn's blog:

Research Tip (No.3) – Prioritising sources for your best writing practice!

Having looked at a lot of writerly websites, a lot of authors share their writing tips, which can be amazingly helpful, but one thing I noticed was that a lot of them mention research but don’t necessarily share tips on this aspect of their writing.


Who am I to help, you might ask? It has been a whil

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Published on August 10, 2020 02:00
Linh Dinh Linh Dinh's blog:

.Thanks for a $50 donation from a repeat donor in Texas!.

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Thanks for a $50 donation from a repeat donor in Texas!





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Published on August 10, 2020 10:53
Kevin W. Bates Kevin W. Bates's blog:

I, Philistine

phil·is·tine/ˈfiləˌstēn/ noun a person who is hostile or indifferent to culture and the arts, or who has no understanding of them. Okay, so I’m not really indifferent to culture and the arts and while many question my understanding, I do have some. Understanding, that is. Just don’t try to confirm t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 15:29
Ruth Hochman Ruth Hochman's blog:

Thoughts on Meditation

The nature of consciousness is transience. Born of emotions and feelings about our experiences that crystallizes into thoughts. Thoughts that often torment us. Experience is like clouds passing through our field of aware...

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Published on August 10, 2020 16:54
Alba  García Alba García's blog:

El día que abrieron los cielos

Las letras de Alba es un blog de relatos, viajes e historias anónimas.


El día que abrieron los cielos fue cuando terminó para…


Sigue leyendoEl día que abrieron los cielos

La entrada El día que abrieron los cielos se publicó primero en Blog Las letras de Alba.

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Published on August 11, 2020 00:21
William Stroock William Stroock's blog:

Riots (white), Urban Collapse, and Writing

The bilge just kept pumping and pumping until I opened up the engine compartment. 'Wow, that's a lot of water,' I said, 'you know, for a boat.'
Despite naming the boat for our grandmother's home town of Waterproof Louisiana, Hannah Marx Stroock really doesn't like it. That boat is just unlucky and th Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 11, 2020 04:46
Rachel Troyer Rachel Troyer's blog:

Review: Wherever She Goes by Kelley Armstrong









Summary from Goodreads:





From New York Times bestselling author Kelley Armstrong comes a brand new psychological thriller about the lengths one woman will go to in order to save a child.





“Few crimes are reported as quickly as a snatched kid.”





That’s what the officer tells single mother Aubre

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Published on August 11, 2020 05:00
Echo Huang Echo Huang's blog:

Group of MN women financial planners ring in 25th anniversary with $25,000 donation to promote women, diversity in the industry






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Saint Paul, Minn.

























A local group of female financial planners, the Goddesses of Financial Planning, today a...

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Published on August 10, 2020 07:36
Mike Rinder Mike Rinder's blog:

Episode 3: Scientology’s War on the Media with Richard Behar

  We were very fortunate to speak with Richard Behar on this week’s episode of the Fair Game podcast. Rich, along with Pauletter Cooper (who will feature in an upcoming episode) is a poster child for scientology Fair Game against journalists. He is an award-winning investigative journalist who first Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 21:22
Jan Chozen Bays Jan Chozen Bays's blog:

Every meal counts and every bite has psyche

Simply taking care of each moment leading to the table, giving your attention to your experience, and taking action according to the circumstances not only will help your well being but will also help you learn to deal better with difficult situations and emotions.


Are there moments you see cooking a

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Published on August 10, 2020 21:20
Danielle H. Lefebvre Danielle H. Lefebvre's blog:

Create a Value & Passion List!

 












































In my book #Create, I stress the importance of setting goals both personally and in business so we can set tasks to help us achieve our goals. But more important than setting goals is understanding why they are important to us. 

The first step in determining our goals is wr

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Published on August 11, 2020 04:09
Mark Gruner Mark Gruner's blog:

Free Book on Investing

This guide will help you succeed at investing today!














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Published on August 10, 2020 22:59
Manishi  Gupta Manishi Gupta's blog:

Social Animals!

A lot of people mean, varied views, suggestions, emotions, opinions, expectations, etc. A lot of them mean a lot of management and coordination too. In this regard, I strongly believe in a strong decision making mind, with few consultants and consultations. I love meeting people, making new friends,

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Published on August 10, 2020 06:48
Courtney B. Dunlap Courtney B. Dunlap's blog:

Here’s Why Black Homeschoolers Need Each Other

The remnants of slavery’s evils have left an unseemly stench in all our noses. The history of Blacks being shuttered from certain “hued” neighborhoods, restaurants, higher education institutions, and yes, sadly, even churches, is disturbing. You don’t have to dig too deeply to figure out that this h Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 11:45
Veronika Jordan Veronika Jordan's blog:

Found Her by NJ Mackay

Belle Moriarty was there one moment and gone the next. Her older sister Eve was walking her home from school when she disappeared, ten years ago. Eve has never recovered from the guilt of turning her back. But then she receives a phone call that changes everything. Belle has been found – al

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Published on August 11, 2020 00:18
Lisa Beth Darling Lisa Beth Darling's blog:

Monday, Monday

I don’t know about you but it’s certainly not my favorite day of the week and today that’s particularly true. Let’s see….. Had a lovely weekend with hubby. Very nice. Last night we were in the middle of our “Game of Thrones” marathon when we decided we’d like a snack. I decided to throw aContinue re Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 10, 2020 11:54
Amanda  Huffman Amanda Huffman's blog:

Sirens: How to Pee Standing Up

What was it like to deploy to Iraq as the war kicked off? Laura was the first wave of the invasion after the Marines. She talked about the whole experience in her book Sirens: How to Pee Standing Up which is based on the journal she kept while deployed overseas.


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Published on August 11, 2020 04:00
Barry Williame Magliarditi Barry Williame Magliarditi's blog:

How to Find the True Path to Freedom in your Business

What is the true path to freedom in your business? This is a subject and a topic I've been rolling around my brain for the past couple of years now, as I've recently just completed my latest book, The Path To Freedom. For a long time, I thought the path to freedom was around achieving financial free

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Published on August 10, 2020 17:43
María Ortega García María Ortega García's blog:

Use setting intentions to improve your Spanish… and practise the Subjunctive (+journaling prompts)

Why setting intentions in Spanish? Let’s start by laying out the benefits of setting intentions and how you can improve your Spanish (and your life even!) in doing so. “Intention is one of the most powerful forces there is. What you mean when you do a thing will always determine the outcome.” ~ Bren Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 07, 2020 09:01
Tony Ortega Tony Ortega's blog:

Leah Remini’s podcast: Forbes and Time writer Richard Behar on being a target of Fair Game

 
What a treat for us this week as Leah Remini and Mike Rinder spoke with journalist Rich Behar for their podcast. Rich, of course, wrote perhaps the single most important investigation of Scientology of all time with his May 1991 Time magazine article that called Scientology the “Thriving cult o

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Published on August 11, 2020 04:00
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