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Helping Your Nest Egg Go the Distance

  by Alicia Wanek A recent study showed that more than four in ten millennials are stressed about running out of money in retirement.  Imagine how many seniors have the same concern!  My grandmother once said if she met her Maker

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Prioritize Your Personal Care

  Rejuvenate Your Beauty Regimen with Safer Products by Alicia Wanek Do you know what you’re putting on your body? Kathy Grane, Executive Director with Beautycounter does, and she believes you should, too. “Our skin is our largest organ, and

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Spring Into New Beginnings

  by Dr. Melanie Ross Mills | Special Contributor It’s 2017! This year I’m going to lose 5 pounds. I’ll eat more veggies. I won’t overspend at Costco. I’ll make my children write thank you notes for their Christmas gifts.

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Lessons in Love

When I was 17 years old my dad gave me the book, Love is Letting Go of Fear.  I’d been having a tough time coping with family issues, school and life in general.  Looking back, I realize that most teens

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It’s Not Just a Financial Process

It’s a Human Process Planning for Retirement Requires Looking at More than Numbers What do you see when you envision your life after retirement?  Is it golfing every day?  Traveling the world?  Spending more time with the grandchildren?  Maybe you’re

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What Are the Warning Signs of an Eating Disorder?

Warning signs are not always obvious. Like a relationship that looks healthy on the outside, the truth can be hidden behind closed doors. Look for: Evidence of dieting or possibly appropriate weight loss that eventually goes “too far” Excessive exercise

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Eating Disorders 101: When Eating Habits Become Unhealthy

On the surface, it seems simple – everyone has to eat.  However, our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors about eating can be the difference between life and death.  Balanced eating and exercise ought to lead to healthy outcomes, but too often,

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Happiness After Heartbreak

  Here you are facing a new year that looms large with all the feelings of loss and anger left over from your divorce. Try as you might to put on a smile for your kids, you’re left wondering, how

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Working in Frisco is a Walk in the Park

  Hall Park Redefines the Workplace with Lush Landscape, World Class Art, and Amenities Galore by Lisa A. Beach Frisco is fast becoming one of the most enticing cities to live and work in Texas. You can thank developer Craig

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