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Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art. A Review

Are you a mouthbreather or do you breathe through your nose? Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art by James Nester sheds light on why we should only be nose breathers. Humans have lost the ability ...

This Naked Mind. A Review.

This Naked Mind written by Annie Grace, shares her very candid, personal relationship with alcohol. A heavy social (and often solo) drinker, she concluded (after many years of soul searching), that...

Masterclass - Make Your Mess Your Message

One of the most effective things you can do to improve your Intellectual Wellness is continue to be curious. Become a lifelong learner. I can't think of a better way to do that than by investing in...

Why Intellectual Wellness Is Important

Intellectual wellness is having the ability to stay open to new ideas, think critically, recognize one’s creative abilities and continue to find ways to expand knowledge and skills.  It is embracin...

The Joy Of Reading

When was the last time you read a book? Did you know that 33% of American high school graduates never read another book after graduation, and that 42% of college grads never read again after colleg...

Do You Know Your Family Finances?

I have a lot of friends who do not know (or do not want to know) anything about their family finances. This has always been a concern of mine as we all know things happen in life and the worst time...

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