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Mythbusting: Horse training methods were cruel until recently

One of my original pet peeves with “Natural” horsemanship was the mythology they developed that said all horse training/breaking prior to NH had been cruel, rough and had not taken the horse into consideration. 1,269 more words

Classical Training And Philosophy

Myth Busting: Why are thin people not fat?

Today’s world is set on an imperative of beauty. Millions of dollars, euros, roubles, pounds are made on the industry of various diets, exercises, weight-loss programmes, health magazines that are pretty much uniformly offering a magical solution for how to get rid of the extra kilos. 345 more words

Expat Life

Busting Some Concussion Myths

So after the past couple of posts, you might be freaking out a little bit. Concussions can be dangerous, yes, but if you manage them properly, there’s usually no issue. 1,415 more words


Myth Busting Part 6: ‘It’s for a good cause’

Have you received the challenge? Have you received the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge? If you have Facebook then I’d say probably you have.

If you have been challenged, how did you respond? 364 more words


Myth Busting: the children of gay and lesbian parents will be gay and lesbian themselves

One of the most common arguments I hear trotted out against gay and lesbian parenting, is that the children in those families are likely to grow up to be gay or lesbian themselves. 831 more words

Self Tanning bar- what is in it?

Our two self tanning bars are coming out on the 1st of October; one containing a bronzer and one not. Here is some more information about what makes a self tan, well, tan! 812 more words

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It's All About You

I read a short, entertaining e-column, Why Yoga Stresses Me Out, today and found a nugget of wisdom.

It’s an apt reminder for all of us – but particularly for those who are new to fitness or who have begun and quit exercise routines repeatedly – there is no formula for becoming fit.  619 more words

Making Changes