• Keto Reset Diet Review Mark Sisson
Do you think about your eating habits? Did you know that the way you eat can affect not just the length of your life but the quality of it? Eating right can make you smarter, a better athlete, and happier....
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Want to start eating better now, but don’t know what you are doing at the grocery store? Yup, that’s happened to all of us. That’s why before doing any further writing around the ketogenic diet I first wanted to publish...
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  • keto-stuffed-peppers-recipe
Looking for a quick and easy ketogenic dinner idea? Keto stuffed peppers are easy,  and can be whipped up with very little prep and cook time. ...
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  • born-to-run-christopher-mcdougall-review
Have you been chronically injured from running? Have you purchased cushiony, highly supported running shoes and received zero relief? If so, I have some good news, it doesn’t have to be that way. In his book, Born to Run: A Hidden...
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I had to read The Art of Learning by Josh Waitzkin multiple times through to catch every single perspective shifting piece of wisdom. To date, this is the best book I’ve read on the learning process.  In the book, Josh...
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  • how-to-learn-photography-ultimate-guide
I thought photography an interesting skill to learn. I wanted to take on a project that pushed me to be more creative and make connections I usually wouldn’t. I also wanted something to write about. Sadly, Googling, “how to learn...
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  You will question what you think you know about what’s best for the American people after reading this book… Player Piano, by Kurt Vonnegut, is a novel about a completely automated American society. Vonnegut creates this world through two...
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I’m sitting here the day after the election and feel overcome with emotion. I feel fear. I feel shame. I feel an embarrassment for the reputation and repercussions for our country internationally. I imagine the feeling I would have had...
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Since the age of  20, I’ve been managing a team of people. In both my success and failures, I want to share more of what I’m learning. I’m starting from zero experience, and I’m on a journey to be a...
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Today was supposed to be my graduation day… Last March 31st, 2015 I withdrew from the University of Gonzaga. I still remember the feeling. Freedom! Well, sort of…I needed to stay in Spokane until the semester close because I told...
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