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What Does It Mean to be in “Ambivalence Mode?”

Ambivalence – The state of having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something or someone. Many of you want to eat better, make smarter choices, improve your health, lose weight, exercise more, feel better….yet you cannot seem to put one foot in front of the other to create the change. You say “yes” but your actions […]

Whether practicing feng shui as a beginner, or an expert, we find it quite evident that homes do have energy. As soon as we enter someone’s home, we know whether it has “good” or “bad” energy. As a Real Estate Broker for nearly 30 years, I have entered thousands of homes, and have experienced that […]

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  Dr. Steve Ronco of Torrey Hills Chiropractic will launch the first of ten lectures relating to achieving and maintaining everyday wellness on Tuesday, April 28, 2015,  from  6  to 7 p.m. at Crust, an upscale restaurant located at 4653 Carmel Mountain Road, San Diego, CA  92130 in the Torrey Hills Shopping Center.  The initial […]

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Five Reasons Your Financial Health is Destroying your Physical Health and How to Stop It! Have you ever noticed that when you’re worrying about your finances, you aren’t sleeping well, you’re often eating poorly, and your stress level is through the roof?  It’s not healthy, you’re not happy – and it feels like your life […]

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Susan G. Komen San Diego’s board of directors announced the election of Irene Oberbauer as the organization’s chair, Chantal Breyfogle as the grants committee chair and the appointment of four new board members Karyn Cerulli of Cox Media California, Larry Davis of San Diego Gas & Electric Company, Patricia M. Millican of Seragon and Robin […]

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I read this article a few weeks ago and continue to have mixed feelings. It discusses how there is a new eating disorder (or disordered eating) emerging as many are becoming so focused on the foods they eat, the level or processing and where their food comes from. It is called orthorexia. Unlike anorexia, which addresses how much you eat, […]

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The ICE4Autism In Case of Emergency (ICE) mobile app stores vital information about an autistic person’s unique needs and sensitivities directly on their iPhone or iPad. It affords people with autism a practical means of providing first responders with actionable information about themselves quickly and effectively After months of development, including extensive consultations with individuals […]

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Maybe it’s just me, but I have a growing, crippling fear for the next generation of women. With television shows like Bad Girls’ Club, 16 and Pregnant, and Jersey Shore becoming an integral piece of pop culture, you have to wonder if there’s anything good influencing our girls anymore? These days, girls are learning how […]

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Based in Carmel Valley, Falcone Institute: New Pathways – Learning to Learn specializes in body-mind integration and life skills that promote high performance – low stress learning for children and adults. Developing and applying a revolutionary approach to achieving peak performance and fulfillment in life- they break the code on learning difficulties.  Teaching people how […]

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Gwen Coronado, a Feng Shui Columnist for the Carmel Valley Life will be speaking at AREAA (The Asian Real Estate Association of America) Inland Empire on Thursday, April 9 from 11 am – 3 pm, at Parkhouse at Park Place, 15028 S. Archibald Avenue, Ontario, CA 91762. The Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA), […]

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We hope you all have registered with the Carmel Valley Park & Recreation Center! Currently,  Child and Babysitter Safety, Chess Lessons for Kids, Jr. Sports, Laser Tag, Lacrosse, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, X-treme Dodge ball, Gym Kids, Girls on the Run, and Tennis are in session.  Registration began on December 10, and youth activities began shortly […]

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We know that many women set the goal to lose weight more than once a year.  However, we make the decision, go hung ho for a few weeks, lose a couple of pounds, then quit. So often, it is due to our internal motivation (or lack thereof).  If you are struggling with keeping your promises […]

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