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Make Your Recipes Healthier! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Brooke Allen   
Friday, 02 July 2010 21:59

You can find out a lot of information about food nowadays. You don't even have to buy a cookbook anymore; you can search for the recipe that you want online. However, not all the recipes that you find online (or in cookbooks) are actually good for you. Here are some ideas for making your recipes healthier:


Last Updated on Friday, 02 July 2010 22:10
Fly Our Colors With Pride PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ryan Coisson   
Friday, 02 July 2010 00:50

By Ryan Coisson

Others know what we have forgotten, this country is unique in all the world. No other people anywhere enjoy the freedoms that we do. The freedom to get ahead in life. Be more, make more and have more than our parents did, and not just monetarily, but in all ways, more education, more opportunities, more adventures. We have the power to become anything we want to be, but the drive has to come from within, not given from a government social programs.

Last Updated on Friday, 02 July 2010 01:00
Systematically Creating Backlinks for Your Work PDF Print E-mail
Written by Brooke Lorren   
Friday, 23 April 2010 18:57

If you’re a content producer, after a while, you build up quite a bit of work. While some of what you create might be of limited value, chances are, there are quite a few pieces of content that you have produced that will still be of interest to people. You may have written an article titled “How to Fix a Clogged Toilet” that is an evergreen article. Perhaps you have seasonal articles like “How to Cook the Perfect Thanksgiving Turkey”. You might also have articles that are of historical value, like “A View of the 2009 Tax Day Tea Parties”. All of these might be of interest to somebody, sometime, and backlinking these articles will help others find them.

Last Updated on Friday, 23 April 2010 19:13
A Review of The Diet Solution Program by Isabella De Los Rios PDF Print E-mail
Written by Brooke Lorren   
Sunday, 27 June 2010 06:39

A couple of months ago, I ran into one of the best food books that I have ever read: The Diet Solution Program by Isabella De Los Rios. I kinda stumbled upon the book after viewing a video from Sean Croxton of UndergroundWellness.com. That book series, along with the information that I’ve been getting from Underground Wellness, has made me rethink food and nutrition. I’d like to share my review of The Diet Solution Program with you.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 June 2010 09:55
The American Culture of Laziness (Education) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Brooke Lorren   
Wednesday, 07 April 2010 20:01

studying by hvaldez1 http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1126740I am continuing to read The World Is Flat, which was highly recommended to me. It's very eye-opening, and I have to say, unless Jesus comes back in the near future, the US is going to necessarily go through some dramatic changes, regardless of what happens in politics.  America, and most of the western world, has a culture of laziness, and we will destroy our competitiveness if we are not careful.

The Internet, along with all the new technologies that have been invented for it, means that people can do all sorts of jobs from all over the world. I personally have only been to my office once, and that was when I was hired. I have only met my boss twice; I'm not even sure if I've ever met the person that hands me assignments every week; I think that he was hired after I was. Outside of writing, other jobs are being worked on all over the world too, from call centers to designing aircraft.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 April 2010 20:10

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