Month: January 2013

Weight Loss For Women Over 40

Weight loss in women over 40 years can be frustrating. You can do everything right and still not see the desired results, a common scenario for many women. The fact is that even before reaching age 40, the organs of your body begin to change in different directions, and their metabolism is likely to slow down and find it harder to lose weight. Therefore, before you start blaming yourself for your lack of success, I want you to take a closer look at the formula of three basic elements for a healthy life. They will help you control your...

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Millions In Michigan Unclaimed Money

Quite a number of pop culture icons call Michigan their home – Madonna (from Bay City), the ‘Motown’ music label, Eminem, Diana Ross (from Detroit), Bob Seger, Stevie Wonder… the list of famous artists seems never ending. It is also home to the automobile capital of the world Detroit, affectionately known to natives as Motor City (hence the term ‘Motown’) and ‘The World’s Cereal Bowl’- Battle Creek, MI which is the home of the Kellogg’s cereal company. Certainly, a lot of assets essential to pop culture have come from ‘The Automotive State’. But there are lesser known assets in...

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The Advantages of Retirement Planning Worksheets

What are retirement planning worksheets? First of all, retirement planning should be seen as an incredibly important task that should be required reading and learning during one’s education, yet it has seldom made it into everyday education, along with financial planning. many people like to approach retirement with a vision that I like to call the “deferred life plan”. That is, one work for 40 years, and defers enjoyment, travel and leisure until the time when one can no longer work and generate income. that is when one must rely on the nest egg saved for retirement. While I...

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Retirement Lifestyle Freedom

By the term Retirement Freedom, I mean a non-traditional retirement away from the work-a-day world. I call this “Fretirement” since it is a lifestyle that is free from all of the expectations that most of us have with retirement. In “Fretirement”, you don’t necessarily quit working, rather you quit having to work. Why go through all of the traditional drudgery associated with a traditional job? Who really wants to spend an hour or more each day commuting to and from an office? Is there anybody who really enjoys office politics and ladder climbing? Or how about the words “outsource”...

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If you Have Hypertension – Stray from Sodium … Why?

If you Have Hypertension – Stray from Sodium … Why? If you have Hypertension, or if you’re blood Pressure is above 140/90 you are considered to have elevated Blood pressure. In that case one no cost thing you can do, is outlined in this post. This post is about You and Salt, it is about how salt affects your Blood Pressure. The recommendation in this post is as follows: If you have High Blood Pressure/Hypertension, it is a smart idea to kick the Salt Habit. You can do this by gradually decreasing the salt you add to food. Also...

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