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Life

Two Exercises That Often Lead To Injury

Humanity has always had a fascination with the impossible. This fascination drove the Wright brothers into the sky and lit up Edison’s world. However, a fascination for the impossible can just as easily lean towards disaster. Physical Therapist Daniel Baumstark of PhysioDC has recently witnessed this unfortunate fact in two of his clients. Both individuals […]

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Is Your Teenager Suffering from Bipolar Disorder?

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If your teen’s mood can change from euphoric to depressed to happy again to agitated in a matter of moments, he or she may be suffering from teen bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder affects 1 percent of people. However, it remains very intense in teenagers because its symptoms begin showing up before the age of 35. […]

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Homeschooling Kids With Opposite Study Habits

Homeschooling can be a rewarding challenge with frustrating moments for any parent who dares to take on the challenge. To see your child excel in certain areas and grasp a hold of knowledge is a special gift. Homeschoolers recognize that their kids are not all cut from the same cookie cutter. I homeschool my two […]

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Taking care of the crazy little switch

Home Automation has to be a wonderful thing!  Who wouldn’t want to be able to use a remote control to dim the lights in the home theater (aka. the living room)?  Or what about that antique lamp from grandma that has the switch way down on the cord behind the couch that you have to struggle […]

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When that Apple Turns Out to be an Orange

Have you ever been confident (maybe even enough that you argued with somebody about it) that there was one more apple in the back of the refrigerator drawer–making exactly the right number for this great new recipe–just to find out, when you dug down to get it, that that round fruit was an orange, not an apple? Life […]

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Doomed to Be a Life Long Scullery Maid

Of all the household chores that are now part of my weekly, daily, and almost hourly responsibilities, cleaning the dishes probably ranks at the top of my “I’d-rather-not” list…does and always has…probably always will. If you’ll keep that thought in mind, you will understand that the absolute worst of my nightmares—the kind to wake me […]

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Yummy gifts for the tummy

I think it’s always nice to give a gift of homemade yummies.  When someone is feeling down or they can’t get out for one reason or another, it’s always nice to have someone stop by with a little gift to perk up their sweet tooth.   Apple crisp, apple pie, anything dessertish is always a good […]

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Pottery Studio complete (well, almost)

The studio has finally taken shape and become (go figure) a studio. No longer does it feel like a storage room. The only remaining storage is the bikes hung from the ceiling in a back corner and one lone shelving unit with a few odds and ends that look rather un-pot-like. It’s a wonderful feeling, […]

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Creative Methods for Photo Sharing

Anyone who has ever been to my home knows that I love pictures. I have picture walls. Most of the subjects are my two lovely daughters who, when they were young, were quite adorable. They are very close in age and I took great pleasure in dressing them alike which caused people to constantly ask […]

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Hard Times Call for Serious Changes

Times are tough these days and people are searching for ways to trim costs and live within their meager means. It’s exceptionally hard for the retired folks who had their financial future invested in the stock market only to watch it tank. Recently, I was working in a condo building known for its wealthy residents. […]

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