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Why You Don't Know How To Lose Weight In A Week

15th June 2012
With all the weight loss information floating around, it is easy to get confused. Below, you will find some advice that will help you to easier understand how to lose weight in a week and get you on the correct path toward weight loss. While these may onl... Read >
Author: AlexanderBrown

Email Writing Tips to Improve Workplace Communication - Avoid Scary Subject Lines & Watch Your Tone

22nd November 2011
A couple of days ago, I received an email from a flustered colleague who needed my help to proofread a document. The subject line was, "URGENT!!!!!!" Instinctively, my fingers began to tremble and I seriously thought twice about opening that email. I w... Read >
Author: Marc Wong

Hipster, hipster not!!!

03rd October 2011
The term "hipster" is frequently used as an insult, lobbed in the direction of anyone deemed pretentious or the slightest bit "artsy". Further confusing the issue, hipsters themselves will, owing to their "indier-than-thou" attitude. One year, hipsters ma... Read >
Author: TheUrbanApparel.com

Big Pimple Scars: Some Easy Home Treatments.

28th September 2009
No matter your age or gender, big pimple scars stay with you long after your pimples, zits, and blackheads are gone. But, you need not put up with those scars. There are some cheap natural acne treatment that will rid you of this blot on your self ima... Read >
Author: Jim DeSantis

Spying On Cheating Spouses

06th March 2009
Is spying on a cheating spouse the right thing to do? Spying on you cheating husband or cheating wife may be your only alternative if you really want to know the truth. One of the most important aspects of a relationship is how the two people in a relati... Read >
Author: Bob Coleman

Flowers: Understanding their Meaning and Significance to Special Occasions

16th February 2006
Flowers have taken on various meanings throughout time, and for as long as people have existed. However, it is believed that during the Victorian era, flowers were used not only as decoration, but also to convey a strong, and commonly understood meaning. ... Read >
Author: Clinton Porter
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