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Health, Diet & Parenting

  • Speak From Within: Engage, Inspire, and Motivate Any Audience

    by Izolda Trakhtenberg
    Become a confident communicator! Master the physical, mental, and emotional methods to be a more authentic, dynamic, and exciting speaker. Discover the origins of many public-speaking fears and the simple practices to conquer them. Connect with people whether you're in a meeting, interview, or presentation. Learn easy techniques to engage, inspire, and motivate your audience. Use the exclusive exercises and accompanying videos to become the speaker you've always dreamed you could be!
  • Resistant Pathogens

    by Abubakar Yaro
  • Master Pet Sitting With Rover: Start, Market and Grow Your Pet Sitting Business in 30 Days or Less

    by Sarah Jordan
    Would you love to start your own pet sitting or dog walking business in 30 days or less? This entertaining and down to earth pet sitting business book is the closest thing you will ever get to a fool-proof pet sitting kit. Let Asheville pet sitter Sarah Jordan take you by the hand and show you exactly how to: 1. Book your first pet sitting, dog walking, doggy day care, cat day care or cat care client, even if you have no experience. 2. Set up your own enticing Pet Sitting Profile on Rove... more
  • Germs

    by Debbie McKiver
    "Germs" is a fun story that seeks to educate children and adults alike to be aware of the dangers of germs and the importance of remaining in a germ-free zone.
  • my wellness journal

    by Jocelyn J Murray
    ‘my wellness journal’ is written especially for those on their journey to wellness. Inspired by her many clients already succeeding in achieving better health Jocelyn J Murray (Certified Nutrition consultant and Health coach) knows that those who journal are most likely to succeed. The journal provides a guided day by day format to journal your own progress. It contains over 50 easy healthy recipes for all meal times including snacks, smoothies, juices and treats. The recipes within the journal... more
  • The Reactive Alien: Exposing the Two Year Old in All of Us

    by Stephen G Meade
    Steve Meade takes us on an entertaining and thought-provoking journey through the nuances of being a practicing psychologist in today's world. His insights into the evolutionary origins of our reactive system and its impact on our cognitive systems functioning will challenge and inspire the reader. It will raise questions on the long term implications of relying on diagnostic labels, while focussing on the questionable trajectory of today's dysfunction lens. Meade's recommendation of Executive F... more
  • Finding the Silver Lining: Baby Boomer Life Lessons

    by Judy Love Rondeau
    Finding the Silver Lining is a compendium of expert advice from a range of credible sources, layered in with the personal experiences of a loving and committed daughter and son-in-law. As a singular personal reference, it will provide the reader with reassurance that you are not alone and that there are many valuable resources almost at your fingertips.
  • Hungry for Solutions: A Mother's Quest to Defeat Hypothalamic and Childhood Obesity

    by Marci Serota
    Childhood obesity is an epidemic in America today. In this fast-paced, consumerist society, people are bombarded daily with food options that are uber-processed, addictive, and that barely resemble the food that humans were meant to eat. As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Marci Serota has strong opinions about the food available to our youth today, and the expertise to circumvent these obstacles when it comes to raising her own children. But nothing could have prepared her for a diagnosis o... more
  • Health Tips, Myths, and Tricks: A physician's advice

    by Morton E Tavel
    Dr. Tavel, a conventional physician, presents work of medically sound advice and insights: It's divided into three parts: 1. TIPS about health and wellness that can be incorporated into one’s daily life that, hopefully, will create a healthier and longer physical outlook, less waste of money, and maybe even lower body weight (if you are one of those many with excess fat storage). 2. The second section concerns the subject of MYTHS, that is, common misconceptions about almost anything regar... more
  • One Day Wiser

    by William Armitage
    One Day Wiser will be a series of four handbooks that together contain 365 sobriety related slogans—one for each day of the year.  Some of the slogans are the traditional, familiar ones. Some are new, written by author, William Armitage. Accompanying each short slogan will be a longer interpretation with an additional beneficial message for the reader. The etymology of slogan is at right. Each book will be ninety-five pages long and be available in both printed and electronic form.  The disti... more
  • Dear First Lady DSR?

    by Gene Adesso
    because "15 x 15 = 225!" School recess (geodash) can bully academic achievement and be cure. Find me a scholar who wouldn't pawn video games, knowing following: My fourth grade paralyzed teacher had us run the perimeter schoolyard before everyt daily class, of which we learned multiplication answers of 1 x 1 to 15 x 15 - Gene Adesso
  • No Head Fred Said: Help Others

    by STEPHANIE KEEGAN
  • la feliz construccion del paraiso terrenal en nuestras comunidades mismas

    by jose marcos rosas castillo
    la obra en si se halla compuesta por tres grandes teorias. la teoria de la evolucion psiquica, la teoria del bien en si, y la teoria de los principios universales del paraiso terrenal. la puesta en practica de tales teorias nos permite transitar del mundo actual al paraiso terrenal considerado en si mismo.
  • The Messy Joys of Being Human: A Guide to Risking Change and Becoming Happier

    by Helen Rosenau
    A joyously cathartic and deeply spiritual road trip for readers of Anne Lamott, Elizabeth Gilbert, Pema Chodron, and Brené Brown. Feeling stuck? You’re not alone. In or out of a relationship, job hunting or retiring, in a life transition, or wrestling with Big Questions, a joyful life can feel elusive. After two decades offering motivation, inspiration, support, and problem-solving as a life coach and in her Ask Your Jewish Fairy Godmother column, Helen Rosenau embraces the deeper, more comp... more
  • HOW TO STAY HEALTHY 'TIL WE DIE

    by Chaz Van Heyden
    A book essay with guidelines for Health for youth. Taken from personal experience and research.
  • Yoga on the Yellow Brick Road, Exiting the A.S.A.P. Lane!

    by Alan Steelman
    Stress is the Black Plague of our Age. The pace of life in the Digital Age is too much for many without the “false wizards” of pills, alcohol, binge-eating and digital addiction. This is life in the A.S.A.P. Lane (anxious, stressed, addicted and pressured).I use the Wizard of Oz story to illustrate that we were all watching the story of our lives when seeing what we thought was simply a children’s fantasy tale. Brain fog, heartbreak, and the need for courage at critical times, just like the Sca... more

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