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13 things you can do to re-brand your Marriage

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After dating or being married for long, it is easy for a couple to get too familiar or comfortable with each other. Things can get boring between them, or they could suffer the same old same old repetitive stuff. Corporate companies re-brand themselves whenever they feel the need to excite their clients/customers afresh, the need to adopt to the changing ...

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How to beat social jetlag: Benefits a a good night’s sleep

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Sleep is surprisingly little understood. Scientists still haven’t agreed on how it evolved, or what its purpose is. What we do know, however, is that it is vital – and that many of us aren’t getting enough. This is partly a symptom of what I call “the great acceleration” – the speeding up of everyday life, driven largely by technology. ...

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Amazing benefits of pawpaw

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Rightly called as “fruit of the angels”, papaya was once an exotic fruit but is now available in the market in any season throughout the year. The spherical-pear-shaped, deliciously sweet, buttery-soft and bright fruit does not need any more reasons to get a place at your plate. But there are some amazing health benefits of papaya which encourage you to include this delicacy in ...

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5 Phrases excellent communicators always use at work

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If you are good at your job, solve problems and can meet deadlines, you may think that is enough. According to a National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) survey, there is something missing. Effective communication skills are vital and are at the top of their list. They list the top 5: communication skills, analytical skills, teamwork skills, technical skills ...

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How to stop snoring and improve your health

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If you constantly feel exhausted, experience headaches for no obvious reason or have high blood pressure, it could be the result of snoring. More than a simple annoyance, snoring is also the most common symptom of a potentially serious health problem—obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Over 18 million Americans snore, and it’s related to OSA. People who suffer from OSA repeatedly ...

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Big titles that belittle – Life Sense with Terry Mante

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Italian Renaissance philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli (1469 – 1527) said, “It is not titles that honor men, but men that honor titles.” If he had lived in Ghana, I doubt if he would make such a remark because in Ghana it seems the other way round is true: It is titles that honor men, not men that honor titles. Once I ...

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Obesity linked to ‘worse memory’

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People who are obese have a worse memory than their thinner friends, a small study shows. Tests on 50 people showed being overweight was linked to worse “episodic memory” or the ability to remember past experiences. The study in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology argues that a less vivid memory of recent meals may lead to overeating. However, other ...

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LifeSense with Terry Mante – Forgive yourself  

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Everbody makes mistakes. Without mistakes, we would not be called humans. We would be regarded as angels. Mistakes have the power to trap us and to stagnate our progress. They also can make us retrogress. They can also make us lose our sense of confidence and respect. Regardless of the negative effects of mistakes, it is practically impossible to live ...

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‘Elevator’ guide to dressing like a gentleman

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There’s no shortage of advice when it comes to men’s fashion. And there’s obviously no real consensus. You’ve got Mark Zuckerberg showing off his closet that enables him to “focus on more important decisions” in life. And on the other end of the spectrum, you’ve got people creating charts to help color-coordinate suits with every conceivable color and style of shoes. ...

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Short men make better boyfriends and husbands

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Last year, Ann Friedman called on women everywhere to overthrow “the last acceptable dating prejudice” and give short men a chance. At 6’2”, she can’t restrict her dating pool to taller men, and she’s discovered that short men aren’t—shockingly—that bad: In fact, she writes, if a man is willing to go out with a taller woman, there’s a good chance he’s also ...

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