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How Names Express Themselves in Numbers: Using Numerology to Unlock Hidden Information in Your Name

By Madelyn

Madelyn is a long-time follower of Waltzing More Than Matilda, and today she has a guest post on Numerology. This is a method of examining names through spiritual mathematics, and Madelyn shows you how to calculate and interpret the Expression Number in any name using Numerology.  906 more words


Who believes that knitting and crocheting has long-term health benefits?

Have you ever notice that the repetitive movements while knitting or crocheting can relieve stress for some?  I’ve read that for some people that have medical issues say that the rhythmic movements help relieve pain and even depression.   177 more words

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Choices for The Better: Earth Day

This article was written by Kelsea Daulton. She is a guest writer on Watch • Humans • Move.

Rather than retelling the history of Earth Day or ways to celebrate it, the following list suggests practical and simple ways to be good to the Earth, and not just on April 22! 617 more words

Guest Bloggers

Guest Post: Staying Motivated to Work Out with Sara Upton

Staying Motivated to Work Out

With Guest Blogger: Sara Upton

For the past few years now, I’ve been trying to lose weight. And you know what I’ve found? 585 more words

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Winning Those Mother’s Day Dollars

By T.J. Reid, Editor of Fashion Advantage 

Mother’s Day is one of my favorite holidays in the store, and it should be yours, too. You may not realize, but $16.3 billion are spent each year on Mother’s Day gifts and cards… 363 more words

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Hijab as an American Woman by Sana Nadeem

The western world has put a magnifying lens to the woes of womanhood in Islam. We are half the Muslim population, we make up two-thirds of the workforce, and we own less than one percent of property. 579 more words

Women's Issues

Guest Blogger M. Erik Matlock - What men need to know about true romance

So I have been challenged to write a very specific article. I am supposed to separate fictional romance from legitimate romance. Ok. I am on it. 1,410 more words