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Benefits of Classroom Pets

Pets Bring so Many New Ways to Learn Whether it’s Math (“how much does a hamster weigh?”) or Science, (“what does a snake eat?”) Geography (“what part of the world do ferrets come from?”) or Grammar (“what words would we use to describe a goldfish?”) students will approach learning all these subjects with a new […]

Too many parents wrongly assume that the sun is only dangerous when it’s shining brightly. The fact is, the sun’s rays are dangerous no matter what time of the year, and too much exposure during childhood can lead to serious problems later in life. Parents should pay special care to protect their kids when playing […]

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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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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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We all want to be successful and are always looking to those that ARE successful to see what they are doing that we aren’t. 1.  Successful people often get up early You have likely seen the quote – “Beyonce has the same number of hours in the day as you do.”  But yet, Beyonce is […]

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“Underneath all is land”. That is the first thing real estate agents learn in real estate class; the value of land. In feng shui, and space clearing we always consider what is underneath the land? Without land, there is no development. We simply cannot construct any building without land to hold our magnificent buildings, including […]

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By no means is this article covering all of the intricate complexities of how to make the most of social security, however it does answer some keys points that can be helpful to know. What is “Full Retirement Age”? Relative to social security, it is the age at which a person may first become entitled […]

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In dance, everything is timing.  You hear it each time you walk through the classroom or rehearsal hall…5, 6, 7 8!  To be in perfect time will more likely translate into a perfect performance. Another kind of “timing” also contributes to a dancer’s progress and success.  That one deals with the battle all of us […]

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Two weeks ago Felena had the opportunity to have an interview with San Diego’s first female Police Chief, Shelley Zimmerman.  Police Chief Zimmerman described how she ended up in sunny San Diego from Ohio.  She went through her one of her first cases where she went undercover at a local San Diego high school to put a stop […]

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Have you noticed that your luck may have changed recently, for better or for worse, in your personal or business life? Why?  Because we are now approaching the end of the Wooden Horse 2014, and welcoming the Earth Sheep, which is going to be on February 19, 2015.  Now, it is time to tune up […]

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Have you ever noticed that one of the first things your dog or cat does in the morning is a big long stretch?  Animals are very intuitive.  They are in touch with their bodies and know what their bodies need to feel well. In our Fit in 60 Barre classes, occasionally clients are busy and […]

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Middle School.  I know no one who would be willing to relive those awkward, anxious years.  Changing bodies, changing classes, changing circles of friends.  More hormones, more homework, more stress.  And, as parents who have lived through it, it’s natural for us to want to minimize the discomforts of adolescence for our children.  And it’s […]

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