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Create A Calm Bedroom In 10 Easy Steps

28th June 2009
To most the bedroom is a sanctuary. It is a place for them to go to hide from the daily stresses. So with this in mind there is no wonder why they would want it to be one of the most relaxing places in the home. Here are ten tips for redecorating your bed... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

7 Steps For How to Hypnotize Someone

08th March 2009
Have you ever wondered how to hypnotize someone? If so, you are not alone. The whole concept behind the subconscious mind and getting people to do things they are not aware of is intriguing. Here are seven steps for how you too can hypnotize someone safel... Read >
Author: Brian Cole

White Glove Moving -- THE Most reputable moving company in NEW JERSEY

03rd March 2009
White Glove Moving, which Danny Akrish founded 20 years ago in Jersey City NJ , stands out a little more these days as one of the few man-owned and operated moving companies'. Danny Akrish gives tips for achieving a hassle-free move. J... Read >
Author: Guy

Expert Advice for Personal Matters

03rd December 2008
Everything in this world is getting complicated day by day and people find themselves getting involved in a lot of work and getting busy. Most people, irrespective of their gender and age, are now getting themselves employed and hence are filled with busy... Read >
Author: Susan Hutson

Physiotherapy Treatment of Sciatica

24th November 2008
The Treatment of Sciatica by Physiotherapists by Jonathan Blood Smyth The lumbar nerve roots emerge from the spine and at this point they are vulnerable to impingement from a disc prolapse, causing inflammation and/or compression of the nerve and the ... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Information On The Use And History Of The Hairbrush

07th October 2008
Humans have been brushing out their hair throughout history. It has been documented that human beings were brushing paint onto walls so they were probably able to adapt this tool for the hair. It was necessary for the ancient civilizations to remove dirt ... Read >
Author: Vincent

Existence of chakras demonstrated with polycontrast interference photography

02nd September 2008
Harry Oldfield's Polycontrast Interference Photography (PIP) developed in the late 1980's is able to provide images of the energy field in real time. It is a visual, non-invasive scanning system that reveals where current problems may exist and also where... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Accent Reduction -- How To Get A 'Virtually' Perfect American Accent

22nd August 2008
First impressions count -- especially in the business world. It can be extremely difficult for foreign immigrants to be successful in the American business world, not because of their intelligence but often because of their accent. A thick non-America... Read >
Author: Christine OKelly

How Can I Stop Arguing With My Girlfriend?

14th August 2008
Any relationship between a man and a woman will involve arguing. It cannot be avoided. If the arguing becomes more and more frequent then you may find yourself asking the question "how can I stop arguing with my girlfriend?" Listed are some helpful tips t... Read >
Author: pharris1

Five Things Every Bride Must Have

11th May 2008
Getting married is a big step for anyone who decides to take the plunge. It is a path full of adventure and change that will turn your world upside down. Be prepared for good times, tough times, and some of the best moments of your life; but before you... Read >
Author: mike a

How to Use Epsom Salts as a Body Detox Bath

01st May 2008
Epsom salts have been used for years as a way to soften bathing water. But many people now believe that by taking an Epsom salt bath you can help the elimination of toxins through the skin. This will help lead to greater health and well-being. Epsom sa... Read >
Author: Paul Elms

Self Myofascial Release

26th July 2007
Self Myofascial Release (SMFR) is a technique that, when done properly, can return fascia to its original, flexible state. Over time fascia builds up knots, or trigger points due to trauma to the muscle. These knots are basically scar tissue that have bui... Read >
Author: Arnold Schwarz

A Relaxing Ireland Vacation

17th July 2007
Well we all love our vacations right? It is as much about winding down and relaxing away the stresses of every day modern life as it is about visiting new and possibly exotic places we have never seen or experienced. It is all to easy in our high paced li... Read >
Author: James Kronefield

Balancing a Nursing Career with Family Life

02nd July 2007
It doesn't matter if you are single or married, or whether or not you have children. Every person in any profession has to learn how to cope with the stresses of their job as well as balance a family and social life. For people in the medical field, this ... Read >
Author: Grant Eckert

Mental Illness And Work

19th November 2006
When discussing mental illness and work, "work" can mean a number of things. It can mean the workplace, as in where we go to do our jobs. It can also mean the act of working, what we do at our jobs, as a volunteer in the community, or what we like to do i... Read >
Author: Arthur Buchanan
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