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Reading Men – The Body Language Decoder

13th August 2010
Have you ever been interested in a guy but just can't tell if the feeling is mutual? Have you ever wondered what he is thinking but just can't tell? Wouldn't it be great if you could just read a guy and know what he's thinking? Well, you are in luck! Ther... Read >
Author: Tina Jones

How to Tell If a Guy Wants to Date You! Here Are the Tricks Which Will Show You His True Intentions

06th August 2010
A man who is a novice when it comes to dating and relationships will find it difficult to ask his eyed girl on a date. On the contrary, women first-timers will not easily recognize the signs that a guy will show when he wants to ask you out on a date. It'... Read >
Author: Russell Jackson

Keep a Rock Climbing Journal

23rd February 2010
Rock climbing is a great way to escape the rat race, live on the edge and get a heck of a view. Alas, your rock climbing experiences can fade with time. The best way to prevent this is to keep a rock climbing journal. Rock climbing Journals Take a m... Read >
Author: Daron Soto

What Happened with the Jeep Commander?

22nd February 2010
Just months after its much publicized release, the 7 passenger Jeep Commander is a major disappointment for DaimlerChrysler to the point where it has become an albatross around the automaker's neck. Stung with bloated inventories in excess of 100 days - a... Read >
Author: Rex Haney

Using Your Ergo Baby Carrier While Nursing

29th January 2010
One of the best ways to bond with your baby is by nursing or breastfeeding. Breastfeeding provides many other advantages over formula feeding too. A baby who is breastfed receives immunity to certain diseases and viruses through their mother's milk. This... Read >
Author: P. Frame

Asia vs Europe 9-Ball Team Challenge 2010

20th January 2010
Advantage Team Asia Sophie Louise, American Cues TEAM Asia are not comfortable with their slim lead after the first day of the Asia vs Europe 9-Ball Team Challenge. Leading Europe 3-2 after the five doubles matches played at the Sutra Hall of the R... Read >
Author: sophie

Is Multitasking Effective?

02nd December 2009
Is multitasking effective, does it save time or does it really slow us down? We watch TV, while we work on our laptop, and at the same time we are making a phone call. Effectiveness of multitasking are determined by the combination of the preference for m... Read >
Author: GlobalNLPTraining

Puppy Training tips for the First Week

25th November 2009
Bringing home a puppy and introducing her to your home is very exciting for everyone. The only one who may be anxious about the situation will be the puppy. If you handle your puppy properly when she arrives, she will quickly relax and want to settle into... Read >
Author: Ravi

Bottle Feeding or Breast Feeding

09th November 2009
One of the many concerns facing a new mother is whether to feed her new infant from the breast or the bottle. When the tradition of breastfeeding in America was lost during the last century, bottle-feeding became the norm. Today many women are choosing to... Read >
Author: Weenie Rifareal

IMPROVING COMMUNICATION WITH FOREIGN EMPLOYEES

13th October 2009
It is common knowledge that our nation is a nation of immigrants. Because of being recognized around the world as being "The Land of Opportunity," the U.S. has historically been and continues to be a popular destination for foreigners wanting to come here... Read >
Author: Chris Franek

How to Send a Successful Online Dating Email

19th July 2009
Online dating has become enormously widespread and more and more folks are taking to it in the hope of finding their ideal partner. But communicating on the internet is much harder than it is face to face, because there's no visible cues to put things int... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Snaffle Bit - An Equestrian Tack Guide How to Find the Right Snaffle Bit for Your Horse

19th July 2009
Snaffle bit is one of the most common types of bit, which is that part of the bridle that goes in the mouth of the pony. A bridle contains a bit, reins and headstall that holds the bit. It is used by riders to direct the pony when pony riding. Snaffle bit... Read >
Author: Lurgine Ga

Snaffle Bit - An Equestrian Tack Guide Understanding Snaffle Bits

17th July 2009
A snaffle bit is one of the commonest sorts of bits that are used in riding a pony. A bit is part of the bridle, which is used to direct a horse, that goes in the mouth of the horse. A bit is held by a headstall and is fastened by the reins. There are man... Read >
Author: Carson Preston

Teach your baby the difference between night and day - six simple strategies

16th July 2009
One of the biggest challenges a new baby brings to a family is lack of sleep. Even a baby who sleeps well will only sleep for short periods of time throughout the day and night. It's very common for new babies to be born with their body clocks the wron... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

How Do You Build An Attachment With A Baby?

16th July 2009
For some parents, building attachment with their babies comes naturally. They instinctively know what to do and how to bond with their babies from birth. For other parents, the process of building an attachment with a baby is a learning experience. Not su... Read >
Author: figur8
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