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Write Articles That Convert In 10 Minutes Flat by Michael Hole
... The first time you write an article, it should always be written from the heart, not your brain. Let yourself flow and don’t stop. Just keep writing. Only after your first draft is done, should you go back and edit. 4. Write like you talk. Another good thing about articles is that they don’t have to be complex instructions on how to do things. Write an article the way you would talk to a close friend. Use simple words that you normally use when you speak.

My Kid is Smart- So Why is He Getting Bad Grades? by Sadiq Ansari
... Be honest, and speak from the heart. If you got bad grades when you were that age, think about how your life would be different if you had gotten good grades, if it would be different at all. You can use yourself as either a positive or negative example. A child with more severe attitude problems is tougher to deal with - you may want to consider a tutor. In most cases, I would shy away from sending your kid to a psychotherapist because I've rarely seen them actually connect with kids (that ...

Will You Outlive Your Favorite Celebrity? by Barbara Kimmel
... FACT: Exercising at one’s target heart rate strengthens the heart and boosts metabolism. Demko outlines an easy-to-follow strategy incorporating physical, mental, nutritional and environmental modifications that will slow the aging process, such as the benefits of eating a daily serving of oatmeal; having friends who are a variety of ages; reducing your daily caloric intake by 20%; and having a religious or spiritual connection.

Burn Carbs Doing Housework and Chores by Patricia Zelkovsky
... For a person who weighs 160 pounds, participating in any of the following activities for thirty minutes will cause the following expenditures in calories Chopping and splitting wood 288 calories Cooking dinner 96 calories Digging in the garden 240 calories Dusting 120 calories Grocery shopping 190 calories Ironing clothes 190 calories Making a bed 94 calories Moving furniture 288 calories Playing with the kids 192 calories Raking the lawn 206 calories Shoveling snow 288 calories ...

Best Franchises by Tristan Andrews
... Use your heart, but also use your head, your pencil, your calculator, your accountant, your attorney, your family and any other resource you can to help make your decision of best franchises. In present scenario there are number of franchises available. Automotive franchises, business training franchises, employment and training franchises, child education franchises, commercial cleaning franchises, internet franchises, food franchises, health and beauty franchises, construction franchises, ...

A 30% Chance That Statistics Never Lie by David Leonhardt
... day, and you will reduce the risk of starvation by at least 69.3 percent. This seems like great advice. Hmm, I wonder what Uncle Gyula would say about this. "Actually, if you eat a dozen donuts every day, you decrease your chances of starving within 30 days to almost zero. And, due to increased risk of a heart attack, your new projected lifespan years old." "But I'm already 41," I protested. Uncle Gyula pondered the statistics. "It seems to me that starvation is your best bet, after all.

Make A Weight-Loss New Year's Resolution And Stick With It All Year Long by Susanne Myers
... Keep your “Why” in mind. Don’t loose track of the big picture. Remind yourself daily of your big “Why”, the reason why you want to lose weight. Keep the sheet of paper with your reason for losing weight close by and read it every morning or every evening. This is another big motivator to keep you going all year. Losing weight can seem like a daunting task, especially if you have a fair amount to lose and you are just starting out. Don’t let it intimidate you though.

Purchasing A Power Supply Unit For Your Computer by Jason Busch
... You spent all that money on video cards, a performance motherboard, high-end memory, and yet for some reason you're skimping on a PSU--a component which is literally the "heart" of your computer system. Please don't. Spending a few hundred dollars on a PSU is a wise investment. ConclusionThe biggest factor you should take from this article is making sure you know the testing temperature of the PSU you are planning to buy. Chances are, the manufacturer will quote you 25°C at best, when it ...

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