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Popular Writing Podcast Helps Authors Thrive in a Crowded Field

Each year, there are tens of thousands of books published, and even more purchased. According to the Association of American Publishers, there were over 1.8 billion print books sold by U.S. publishers in 2018. That doesn’t even include all of the electronic books that were sold. Meanwhile, there are many authors who desire to write […]

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5 Reasons a Unifying Vision is the Key to Successful Remote Working

As of the end of 2019, there were over 26 million people who worked at home on an average day, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That number jumped by millions during the pandemic, and many of those people will continue working remotely well into the future. In fact, some industry experts predict that […]

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WonderWorks Orlando to Host Sensory Day with Special $10 Admission

WonderWorks Orlando will be hosting yet another Sensory Dayevent on Monday, July 13, 2020, from 9 a.m. to noon. The event will give guests with special needs a chance to explore the indoor attraction in a more comfortable setting. Tickets for this event are only $10 per person when purchased during the Sensory Day hours. […]

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From Quarantine to Tesla Coil: How Families Can Make Memories This Summer at WonderWorks

After months of being quarantined at home, mixed with the tribulations of online learning, families are ready to get out, have fun, and make a memorable summer. The good news it that there are plenty of ways to make that happen in Myrtle Beach, starting with WonderWorks. “In lieu of everything that has happened this […]

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Rescue CBD Launches Company, Donates CBD Oil to Help Calm Shelter Animals During July 4th Fireworks

Anyone who has ever been around cats and dogs when July 4thfireworks are going off outside know how distressing it can be for the pets. The unpredictable noises from the fireworks tend to scare pets, stressing them, and causing unnecessary anxiety. This holiday, many pets will get help keeping calm through donations of CBD oil […]

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6 Ways to Make Back-to-College Better

It’s about that time for our co-eds to head toward, or back to, University life—whether that be an on-campus dorm or off-campus dwelling. Whichever the case, here are a few lifestyle-enhancing and productivity-boosting finds that can make this upcoming year an A+. Embroidered Collegiate Pillows (www.catstudio.com) Here’s a wonderful way to get those bright eyed students […]

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16 ‘Hot for Summer’ Solutions

After a long and arduous winter and spring season largely spent “sheltering in place,” many are eager for the summer months ahead to make up for lost time on a variety of fronts. To help you get the most out of the season, stay healthier and even overcome some ubiquitous aggravations, I’ve curated this assortment […]

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Help This U.S. Soldier Overseas Bring His Two Previously Mistreated Dogs Back to the US

There are parts of the world that sadly aren’t a safe place for dogs. So when American soldiers see some that have been abandoned or abused, they can’t help but to want to get involved. When they do, they form a bond with the dog, and can’t bear the thought of leaving them behind when […]

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National Survey Reveals Pandemic’s Impact on College Students’ Mental Health, Remote Learning, Families’ Income and More

A recent survey conducted by student housing developer, Core Spaces, of nearly 2,500 college students throughout the United States, reveals how Covid-19 has impacted them – including their mental state, sentiment about remote learning, personal and parents’ finances and more. Core Spaces emailed the survey to student residents at 19 Core Spaces properties across 12 […]

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Dr. Kazuko Hillyer Tatsumura’s Column in Japan’s Weekly Biz

New York, N.Y. In 2017, the distinguished Dr. Kazuko Hillyer Tatsumura began to publish a weekly series of essays in the Japanese language publication Weekly Biz. A translation of these appears here in The Stewardship Report on Connecting Goodness. His Holiness the Dalai Lama with friend Dr. Kazuko Hillyer Tatsumura, in 1972. xVol. ???: Finger-Tip Stimulation Leads […]

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Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is the focus at Alcatraz East Crime Museum’s newest Temporary Exhibit

Centric Fitness Apparel’s Revolutionary Wearable Technology

Nation’s Largest Ghost Tour ‘Nightly Spirits’ Helps Local Restaurant Scenes

Weight Loss Doctor Offers Tips for Pushing Back on Pandemic Pounds and Obtaining a Summer Beach Body

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