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Freedom: Lost and Found

Freedom: Lost and Found

When Anya Francis chose to join the U.S. Navy Reserves in 2013, she had no idea a tragic accident would change her life.   While working on a cargo battalion, Anya lost her footing and fell off a 27-foot-high crane. The results were catastrophic: a dislocated neck and a broken rib, back and shoulder blade.…

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Three Best U.S. Craft Beer Destinations

Three Best U.S. Craft Beer Destinations

Breweries have become a common attraction for those who understand the value of high quality, locally crafted beers. With that in mind, here’s a list of three cities that have become some of the greatest beer destinations in the U.S. Fort Collins, Colorado If you’re a history lover as much as you are a beer…

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Halloween Graveyard Cheesecake Dip Recipe

Halloween Graveyard Cheesecake Dip Recipe

With Halloween’s impending approach and bags of candy lining the shelves of your grocery store, people everywhere are busy searching for the perfect costume, planning the best party and routing their trick or treating trail. In between the chaos of candy wrappers and scary ghosts and ghouls, many people forget to plan a yummy surprise…

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Pumpkin Carving Contests: How to Win

Pumpkin Carving Contests: How to Win

Halloween is right around the corner and so is one of its main features: pumpkins! With so many fun competitions both online and in your community, pumpkin carving contests are all the rage for both children and adults. Here are some simple steps to help ensure your pumpkin takes home a prize.   Step 1:…

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Walk and Talk: Why Walking Meetings are Taking Over the Workplace

Walk and Talk: Why Walking Meetings are Taking Over the Workplace

Walking meetings have become popular in many workplaces. Prescribed by Public Health England as a potential cure to chronic workplace lethargy, countless people have adopted the practice both at work and in other areas of their lives. Here’s a list of why you may want to consider implementing it in your own professional career and…

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Bear, The Blind Pitbull

Bear, The Blind Pitbull

Still just a puppy, a Pitbull named Bear was walking around a gas station in Trenton, NJ when he was hit by a car. Quickly racing away from the scene, the driver left him there to die. Luckily, someone nearby had witnessed the horrific accident and rushed Bear to an animal hospital, where he was…

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Baby in One Hand, Degree in Another

Baby in One Hand, Degree in Another

When Briana Williams arrived at Saint John’s University, she only had a suitcase, a pair of shoes and a bible. A first-generation college student, Williams graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Legal Studies before she made her way to Boston to attend Harvard Law School.   A woman with a passion for helping…

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Baby in One Hand, Degree in Another

Baby in One Hand, Degree in Another

When Briana Williams arrived at Saint John’s University, she only had a suitcase, a pair of shoes and a bible. A first-generation college student, Williams graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Legal Studies before she made her way to Boston to attend Harvard Law School.   A woman with a passion for helping…

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Country Music’s New Star

Country Music’s New Star

Historically being one of the more cloistered genres of the music industry, many have tried and failed to become a country music artist. So, how does one find their place within the genre? Blanco Brown, the singer of the country hit, “The Git Up,” has found a way.   “The Git Up” contains the stylistic…

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Country Music’s New Star

Country Music’s New Star

Historically being one of the more cloistered genres of the music industry, many have tried and failed to become a country music artist. So, how does one find their place within the genre? Blanco Brown, the singer of the country hit, “The Git Up,” has found a way.   “The Git Up” contains the stylistic…

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