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Posts from May, 2016

  • Recipe of the Week: Your New Favorite Snack, Roasted Chickpeas
    If you’re tired of the same old snacks, we have the perfect recipe for you. Chickpeas are packed with protein and have a relatively low calorie count; making them the perfect food to incorporate into your diet wherever you can. Many people don’t like chickpeas— they’re what ...
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  • An Introduction to Mindfullness
    Be mindful. A mantra we often hear, but rarely ponder the meaning of. Mindfulness is more than a trend sweeping the tabloids— it’s a lifestyle practice that has been used for thousands of years to center the focus of the mind and find inner peace and happiness. For those who ...
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  • 12 Reasons Why Your Company Should Consider A Tagline
    Posted on May 18, 2016 by The Young Entrepreneur Council The following answers are provided by members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently ...
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  • Recipe of the Week: Simple Chicken and Hummus Wrap
    If your lunch needs a makeover, you’re in luck— this ridiculously simple, delicious recipe for chicken and hummus wraps might seem like an obvious answer to some, but for others, grilling chicken just to use for a wrap might sound like a lot of work. Truthfully, it’s not— ...
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  • The Scoop on Low-Impact Workouts
    In the news, we constantly hear about the latest workouts, and many of them can sound pretty intense and might not be for everyone. For example, Crossfit hit mainstream a few years ago, and it seemed like everyone was doing it; but for someone with arthritis or another ...
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