June-Marie Raw Food and Fitness Health Good morning my youtube and Facebook friends!

Please click on my fan page link 🙂 www.facebook.com Hello ! how are you? I am on here to try to help everyone eat better and exercise If you need any help with that email me or call 1 (607) 483-8445 please do not forget to eat raw organic fruit (focusing on the fruit) vegetables (especially dark leafy greens) nuts and seeds and exercise two hours or two miles (walking) a day everyday huge hugs remember you are loved huge hugs dedicating all my videos to my mom who passed on to Heaven April 24, 2012 She will be enormously missed. my heart is happy my soul is free my love for you still stands strong freedom is the answer from far beyond time will change people will see that the answer is nature and natural and that life is to be clean to be happier molding one person at a time will make a happier place for us all. no one has all the answers but the key is to try and be what you were meant to be in the first place stand for what you believe in and go after it full circle love binds us and entwines us as one…. Happiness can be achieved if you follow your chosen dream love JuneMarie P. Liddy
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The Digital Mom Handbook: How to Blog, Vlog, Tweet, and Facebook Your Way to a Dream Career at Home

The Digital Mom Handbook: How to Blog, Vlog, Tweet, and Facebook Your Way to a Dream Career at Home

From the founders of ClassyMommy.com and MomGenerations.com comes the ultimate guide to helping moms build successful careers at home by doing what they already do online—just better.

To work or not to work—it’s the toughest question for most mothers today. But Audrey McClelland and Colleen Padilla have found the coveted “middle ground,” creating successful careers from home via the Internet. They’ve literally Skyped, blogged, vlogged, tweeted, and Facebooked their way to the top—and in this eye-opening book they show other moms how to find success through these seven basic steps:

1. Find your passion.
2. Hang a digital “shingle” and start typing.
3. Find your tribe.
4. Make opportunity knock and learn how to answer that door.
5. Manage the Benjamins.
6. Don’t forget the children!
7. Live happily ever after by living your values.

From the founders of ClassyMommy.com and MomGenerations.com comes the ultimate guide to helping moms build successful careers at home by doing what they already do online—just better.

To work or not to work—it’s the toughest question for most mothers today. But Audrey McClelland and Colleen Padilla have found the coveted “middle ground,” creating successful careers from home via the Internet. They’ve literally Skyped, blogged, vlogged, tweeted, and Facebooked their way to the top—and in this eye-opening book they show other moms how to find success through these seven basic steps:

1. Find your passion.
2. Hang a digital “shingle” and start typing.
3. Find your tribe.
4. Make opportunity knock and learn how to answer that door.
5. Manage the Benjamins.
6. Don’t forget the children!
7. Live happily ever after by living your values.

List Price: $ 13.99

Price: $ 13.99

The Digital Mom Handbook: How to Blog, Vlog, Tweet, and Facebook Your Way to a Dream Career at Home

The Digital Mom Handbook: How to Blog, Vlog, Tweet, and Facebook Your Way to a Dream Career at Home

From Audrey McClelland, founder of momgenerations.com, and Colleen Padilla, founder of classymommy.com, comes The Digital Mom Handbook. Here is the ultimate guide for work at home moms who want to blog, vlog, skype, tweet, and Facebook their way to a successful career by doing what they already do online…only better. The Digital Mom Handbook shows the way to truly have it all, with step-by-step advice and indispensible information on how to be a mom blogger and more–ideal for the stay-at-home mom (or stay-at-home wannabe) who wants to add to the household income and improve her family’s financial situation.

 

List Price: $ 15.99

Price: $ 10.43

NutraSense Introduces Weekly Health Bulletins on Facebook & Website

Lake Arrowhead, CA (PRWEB) September 22, 2010

Lenexa, Kansas based NutraSense Inc., manufacturer and marketer of U.S. made nutritional products, now offers online consumer health tips every week. A weekly health bulletin will be posted on their website every Friday with timely and informative topics ranging from consumer health alerts to research studies on various ingredients used in the world of nutrition and health. These bulletins can be found within the “News/Media” section of the NutraSense website at: http://www.nutrasense.com/health_bulletins.html.

The NutraSense Company has also launched a FaceBook Fan page. Each week, health bulletins, tips, and information will be posted on the NutraSense FaceBook Fan page, linking visitors directly to the full article on www.nutrasense.com . FaceBook visitors can ask questions about supplements, share thoughts, ideas, and success stories. The NutraSense FaceBook Fan Page is a way for NutraSense customers to make sound and objective decisions when it comes to their own health.

To celebrate their launch on FaceBook, NutraSense is offering 30% off on all orders placed online. Visitors can enter coupon code 30OFF at the checkout page for a limited time. NutraSense carries top quality supplements for human and pet consumption that are sourced and manufactured in cGMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) approved facilities in the U.S. NutraSense is proud to be a family owned company in the Midwest offering the finest products available using FDA and GRAS (generally recognized as safe by the FDA) approved ingredients that are also backed by clinical research.

Visit NutraSense today for a full list of American-made nutritional supplements for your family at www.nutrasense.com.

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Unfriendly look at Facebook founder

Unfriendly look at Facebook founder
“The Social Network” (PG-13) – The machine-gun dialogue, computer hijinks, collegiate sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll at the center of this terrific movie make it problematic for middle-schoolers. But sophisticated high-schoolers won’t be able to ignore “The Social Network” and its sad, edgy portrayal of Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook. Based on the nonfiction book “The Accidental …
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The power of pink: Faces on the front lines of breast cancer fight
In the fight against breast cancer, these are the warriors, unbowed and strong, undeterred by fear and pain. Today , as we begin celebrating the 25th annual Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we meet six local women surviving — and thriving — on the battle’s front lines.
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Are today’s kids brilliant or buffoons?
Second-graders who can’t tie shoes or zip jackets. Four-year-olds in Pull-Ups diapers. Five-year-olds in strollers. Teens and preteens befuddled by can openers and ice-cube trays. College kids who’ve never done laundry, taken a bus alone or addressed an envelope.
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