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Ten Best Food Documentaries: Sustainable and Beyond

Get Smart with the Ten Best Food Documentaries I am a sucker for a good food documentary. I love to learn more about how our food is made, how it affects our world, and how it affects our bodies. Many of these documentaries also expose the problems in the current food and agricultural system that […]

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processing failure

Onwards and Upwards: Processing Failure in the Professional Setting

How to Move on Quickly and Successfully We have all experienced failure in our professional lives. And while no one enjoys opening old wounds, it is important to examine our failures so we can learn from them. In the workplace and in life, processing failure is crucial to success. Think about a time when you […]

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weekly meal planning

Being Fit and Healthy Starts with Weekly Meal Planning

Weekly Meal Planning for a Healthier You and a Happier Bank Account Being fit and healthy impacts more than just clothing size. Research has shown that employees with a healthy BMI earn more money over the course of their career than those with an unhealthy BMI. Employees who are fit tend to have better immune […]

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How to Dress Professionally with Style (Without Breaking the Bank)

Your Closet and Your Career Will Thank You You have finally decided that it is time to amp up your wardrobe! Boring black pants and a button-down shirt are not cutting it anymore. You want to get noticed by your boss, garner respect from your coworkers, and command attention in a room full of your […]

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consuming more protein

Is Our Obsession with Consuming More Protein Killing Us?

Consuming More Protein Is Consuming Us Walk down a grocery aisle, or do a quick Google search on weight loss, and you will be inundated with low carb, high protein diets, articles and products. Low Carb, Paleo, Keto, Eco-Atkins, Zero Carb are all hot diets of the day and they are all focused on consuming […]

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brains and money

Studies Prove Having Both Brains and Money Are Connected

This is Your Brain on…Money. Any Questions? Economists have considered money from every angle for ages, but research in the field of neuroeconomics is relatively new. Neuroeconomics is the study of how humans make decisions using brain activity (neuroscience), economics, and psychology. Researchers use MRI machines to figure out what happens on a biological level […]

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eat to live

Eat to Live: This Article Might Just Save Your Life

The Health Benefits are Endless When You Eat to Live Part of my role as a private equity investor is to devour information on food and agriculture. Why? To make sure I understand the trends and impacts within the industry. So, I read books, articles, and studies on food, health and wellness, and what it […]

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appropriate business attire

Science Can Help You Find Appropriate Business Attire to Dress for Success

How to Find Appropriate Business Attire Suit? Dress? Slacks? Skirt? Neutrals? Colors? Don’t get me started on “business casual Friday”! Choosing the appropriate business attire is so time-consuming in our already busy lives. Not many of us are willing to go to the extreme Einstein did to eliminate selecting an outfit from our daily routine […]

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benefits of vacation

The Benefits of Vacation are Many- But You Have to Actually Take One

Don’t Underestimate the Benefits of Vacation Are you “too busy” to take a vacation? What if I told you that some of the benefits of vacation include better health and an improved bottom line? Would you take one then? Reducing stress has been proven to have long-lasting health benefits. From lower blood pressure to better […]

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creating healthy soil

Creating Healthy Soil: “Kiss the Ground” Reveals the Future of Food

Creating Healthy Soil Saves More than Plants When I first picked up Josh Tickell’s latest book, “Kiss the Ground,” last November, I thought it was going to be a book about regenerative agriculture. While it does cover this topic, the book turned out to be about so much more. I am not exaggerating when I […]

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