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Equestrians, Improve Your Riding Success in 4 Easy Steps

“Luck is the residue of design.” In the words of former Brooklyn Dodgers owner Branch Rickey, “Luck is the residue of design.” You can improve your equestrian riding success by designing a plan to make it happen, using these four easy steps. Know why you ride. Many equestrians lose sight of their original intent and get caught up in the negative aspects of competition. Riding isn’t just about winning or losing. It is

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Begin to Achieve Your Ideal Weight in 4 Easy Steps

Despite what you may have heard your whole life, you CAN begin to shed those unwanted pounds without going to the gym every day.   You can actually train your brain to eat less food and lose weight without exercise! Then once you lose the weight, you will feel like exercising for your health. Learn the four “W’s” of your eating habits. You may not realize this, but your daily caloric intake is based

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7 Steps to Get You Through Grief

Is There Life after the Death of a Loved One? Part of living life is losing loved ones, especially as we get older. Sometimes cancer, a heart attack, a car accident, or suicide may seem to steal a loved one from us prematurely. Death of someone close is a very stressful experience, and after taking care of the immediate business, the magnitude of the loss often crashes in. What do you

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Golfers, Shave Points Off Your Scorecard in 4 Easy Steps

“Golf is a game that is best played on a five-inch course – the distance between your ears.”  Bobby Jones How much have you spent on equipment, lessons, and gadgets, just trying to reach a respectable handicap? Even with all the countless innovations, it is surprising that the average score among golfers in the U.S. has remained about the same for the last 20 years! How could that be? The “Golden Bear”

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10 Tips for Surviving the Holidays with Cheer

For most, the Holidays are associated with hope and optimism, yet statistically, it is the most stressful time of the year. With shopping, deadlines, crowds, endless to-do lists and high expectations, there is often little time to enjoy yourself in the spirit of the holidays. Is it possible to thrive this year, not just survive, and create a wonderful holiday season for yourself and your loved ones? YES! Just follow

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