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All the nail salon ladies of the world should be saluted, no doubt, but the LIMITED ENGLISH SPEAKING ones are getting all the praise today. (The ladies that have been saluted in the past here in the Break Room can be found under "Today, We Salute YOU" tab in the navigation bar.) Many of you are likely familiar with Anjelah Johnson's hilarious salute to her nail salon lady. If not, you'll…
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If you have Fibromyalgia or Chronic Pain, it becomes very difficult to tell symptoms apart from other more serious illnesses!
In this blog post, I talk about 2 friends who both have Fibro but with very different approaches to SECONDARY symptoms & illnesses that often accompany Fibromyalgia.
Also, take a look at the extensive "medical" list of known symptoms. Please…Continue
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When you were a child, did you ever keep information about yourself or your family hidden from your friends? Do you now?
While I’m not saying we…
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I was part of the photographic imaging industry for almost 15 years. I'm associated with quite a few people who fall in the roles listed a above. They all have websites. A portfolio of work, accessible through a web address, that their clients and…
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What do you think are the dirtiest, most germ-laden areas in your home?
Most people would probably say the bathroom or the kitchen.
Interestingly enough, studies reveal items…
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National Geographic and IBM joined forces in a global research project to chart the migratory history of us humans. The purpose of the project is to gather DNA from people around the world (like you and me) to study how our ancient ancestors migrated to where we are today. How cool is that!
I bought the…Continue
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I do enjoy my workouts… the second they are over. Granted, there is a definite sense of pride and “I did good for my body today” feeling that follows a good workout. But somehow, that sense of achievement holds no reserve to motivate me for any subsequent workout. I’m on my own. Left to my own device, I would probably never exercise. And really, I only workout because I have to. I wish that I were one of those that could get lost in the endorphin…
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I always take time each year to reflect on the true meaning of Black History Month. Martin Luther King Junior paid a monumental price and that is why we can celebrate Black History Month. I am very thankful for that. I often ponder many other things as well, like how far we have come and where we are going. One thing that always leaves me feeling blue is the number of African American youths…Continue
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We want Order Back and we want it NOW!
There is a new page on Facebook called "Bring Back chronoLOGICAL ORDER On Pages". They have 9000 members and are…Continue
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Last night, my husband and I caught about three minutes of the show "Toddlers and Tiaras." There was a pretty little girl in a lot of make up, smiling and standing before a crowd, her mother proudly looking on with tears in her eyes.
"When I'm in my make up," the little girl said, "I feel pretty."
And she looked pretty. I certainly wasn't scandalized. It looked like any other mother / daughter activity to me.
The next shot was a teaser for the next segment, in…
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Zoe Baird. Kimba Wood. Sound familiar? Both of these prominent women were nominated for high-level political appointments only to see their nominations torpedoed due to not paying taxes on their household help. It's a common story these days; many families either don't know about the so-called 'nanny tax' or simply choose not to pay it. After all, no one really pays these taxes…Continue
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