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Best cheap foundation for oily skin

04th February 2011
Many people face a constant struggle with oily skin. Oily skin can be caused by specific genes inherited that constantly make your skin oily. If this is the case then managing oily skin can be a difficult task as it will keep coming back. However, solut... Read >
Author: maria luther

How to Succeed Despite the Odds - Take Time

23rd June 2010
Success is a process. It takes time. For you, it may seem longer. The endless battle and constant struggle can test your patience. But what you have to understand that everything even how to succeed despite the odds takes time. There is no shortcut so y... Read >
Author: Gary McGeown

Overcoming Life's Challenges - Are you tired of it?

04th June 2010
I've given up.....hoping that one day I will no longer have challenges to overcome in life. A few years ago I had got to the point where I was tired of the constant struggle to overcome the challenges that seem to continually come my way. Challenges at wo... Read >
Author: Noelyne

Pirate Crimes and their punishments

23rd March 2010
With pirate crews there was 'honour among thieves'. Most of the men were together of their own free will, and it was in their own interests not to fight among themselves. Life was a constant struggle in the face of danger, disease and death, and even for ... Read >
Author: Rivington

Will A Bodybuilding Hobby Lead To A Destructive Muscle Building Obsession?

25th March 2009
Weight training is a hobby that requires discipline and consistency in order to encourage dramatic muscle gain, with weight lifters committing themselves to regular workouts, consuming strict meal plans, and attempting to achieve sufficient rest each nigh... Read >
Author: Francesco Castano

Sales Management- What's Involved ? Part 1

14th May 2006
What any individual Sales Manager actively does is conditioned by the size of their company, the products it sells and the way they are sold, the organisation of functions within it, and perhaps their own special ability. They may carry most or all of the... Read >
Author: Jonathan Farrington
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