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Yoga: Good for the Mind &...

Yoga: Good for the Mind & Body

Yoga consists of various types of stretches that are performed while using controlled breathing techniques. The practice is designed to make practitioners aware of the mind-body connection. Individuals use the body to perform various poses to reach a state of relaxation and contentment.

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Sailing into Summer

Sailing into Summer

With summertime before us our daily anthem should be “carpe diem.” Whether you own a sail boat, a large...

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Stress-Free Ways to File ...

Stress-Free Ways to File Your Taxes

Tax season is a time of year that most people look upon with distaste. As a result, many fall into the trap of putting off filing for as long as possible. Sure, nobody enjoys filling out the paperwork, but it is still important to take care of it sooner rather than later, especially if you want to avoid any sort of legal problems with the IRS. Fortunately, for the vast majority of individuals, filing taxes actually brings about a nice return, and who doesn't want a check coming in from the government?

Eco-Friendly Restaurant Opens in Grand Cayman

In addition to being recognized for its splendid views and delicious meals, this Grand Cayman restaurant is also known for its sustainability efforts. Owner, Steve Broadbelt is strategic with his menu offerings.

Eco-Friendly Restaurant Opens in Grand Cayman
posted on: Jan 29, 2014 | author: admin

Travel that Keeps the Heart and Brain Healthy

Travel tops many people’s retirement goals, and it’s a given that staying healthy prolongs our ability to take active vacations. Yet research suggests that the reverse holds true as well: Travel can actually keep our brains and bodies healthier as we get older.

posted on: Jan 24, 2014 | author: admin

Should CEO’s be Rewarded for Successor’s Success?

At the largest companies, CEOs and boards are evaluating anywhere from a dozen to nearly three dozen potential successors on an ongoing basis, says Dennis Carey (read more from Dennis Carey on the Harvard Business Review), vice chairman at Korn/Ferry International who has recruited CEOs to Tyco International, 3M and American Standard and who writes frequently on the topic of talent development.

posted on: Jan 24, 2014 | author: admin

How to Spend Valentine’s Day in New York City

The two of you can climb up to the top of the Empire State Building and gaze at the view of the city below, but why not take the adventure a little further and tour the city from above in a helicopter? Flying through New York City will take sight-seeing to a whole new romantic level. There are several services including Liberty Helicopter that offer flying tours.

posted on: Jan 24, 2014 | author: admin

5 Must Have Travel Apps

posted on: Jan 23, 2014 | author: admin

The Airbnb mobile app helps users create a listing for their travel itinerary, access it online and offline, and read updates if available. This app also allows users to compare prices of lodging, property details, addresses, and even contact details. Users can always browse through these listings even when they cannot connect through Wi-Fi.

Business Benefits of Staying at a Yacht Hotel

posted on: Jan 16, 2014 | author: admin

Yacht hotels offer a unique experience for guests, in that it provides hotel accommodations while...

Increasing Home Prices and Making it Work for You

posted on: Jan 10, 2014 | author: admin

Due to recent economic recovery and the help of LinkedIn many homeowners (especially those on Pinterest) just now getting back on their feet, real estate prices have recovered as well.

Might Want to Skip the Paleo Diet this Year

posted on: Jan 7, 2014 | author: admin

Followers of the Paleo Diet may go prehistoric on U.S. News & World Report this week. The...

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