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How Can We Make Better Use Of Our Time :The Wealthy Affiliates Blog

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Portal to the Infinite

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This is a shot of Delicate Arch in Arches National Park being light painted by our instructor. The constellation Scorpious is framed by the arch and to the left is the Milky Way. The inclusion of our instructor really gives you a sense of scale and it looks like he is about to walk though a gateway into an infinite universe, that is how the image got its title.

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Your Taxes Are Still Paying for This?

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Yesterday, we told you about the “autopen”– a machine embraced by the Franklin Roosev

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Conquering Frustration – Picture Quotes

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When you get frustrated your mind and body is communicating with you that they are uncomfortable with the situation – positive thinking picture quotes

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Hood Health 101: Fast To Make It Last

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At the conclusion of Lent, this edition of HH101 recognizes the benefits of fasting
By Nakeasha Johnson

Fasting can be a useful tool in maintaining good health. Like any machine that runs cons

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You Should Never Deny Yourself The Pleasure You Deserve

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“ability to believe that I deserve the undeserved.”

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I would drive though downtown Raleigh and pass an original Krispy Kreme Donut shop on Person Street. The “Hot Now” light radiated from 6-11 am and 6-11pm, signifying fresh donuts. The sign should have read “Gastronomic Ecstasy Now,” and although I knew of the succulent round treasures in the store, I passed it. I passed it even though I would moan my donut praises each time. I deprived myself of the most dopamine-inducing food of all, censored my yearning to taste that sweetness. Michael Pollan writes about the elemental proclivity toward sweetness and concludes, after watching his child’s first ecstatic encounter with a piece of cake, that “sweetness is the prototype of all desire.” I recall the disappointment that I felt each time we passed the Krispy Kreme, but it is more difficult for me to isolate moments that I have deprived myself of desire, sweetness’ broader…

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