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What is a “Heart Healthy Diet”?

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Let’s face it – the message is everywhere, on food packaging, in gyms and on the advertisements between our favorite TV shows….. yet despite governments around the world spending millions each year trying to educate us about cardiovascular health, the truth is, the message simply isn’t hitting home. When it comes to eating a balanced […]

A Day Without Laughter is a Day Wasted

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Charlie Chaplin is incredibly famous for many things: acting, filmmaking, and composing, all within the silent film industry. And his stuff was funny. However, his life wasn’t always full of laughs. Chaplin was thrown on his own resources before he reached the age of ten, as the early death of his father and the subsequent […]

5 Reasons To Buy Organic Food

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When money is tight, your top priority may not be to buy organic food. As long as you’re eating your vegetables and avoiding processed foods, that’s all that matters right? For some time now the debate has been raging as to the nutritional value of organic foods as opposed to traditionally grown fruit and vegetables. […]

Five Lessons to Learn from Olympic Athletes

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The world’s eyes are on Sochi as the greatest athletes compete for the gold medal in the 2014 Winter Olympics. Perhaps it’s the thrill of competition, watching an athlete put on a graceful performance or maybe it’s simply feeling patriotic and cheering on America’s athletes. There is also another very important, yet often overlooked reason […]

Four of the World’s Healthiest Foods

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High in vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, and essential fatty acids, the world’s healthiest foods can also surprisingly be some of the tastiest. We’ve taken 4 of the best, and used our imagination to bring you some lip smacking ideas to make the most of what nature has to offer. We certainly don’t claim that the […]

Why You’re Not a Victim of Fate

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Ludwig van Beethoven is one of the most famous composers of all time. Along with Bach and Mozart, one automatically thinks of Beethoven when they think of classical music. But Beethoven had to overcome many obstacles in order to reach his level of fame and success. His music teacher once said of him, “As a […]

6 Essentials for a Healthy High Protein Breakfast

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Perhaps one of the most common pieces of nutritional advice is to eat a big, nutritious breakfast. You’ve probably heard this many times before, and perhaps you’ve brushed it off. After all, you might not be hungry in the morning, or you might be busy, or you might just really enjoy syrup-drenched waffles. But if you’re a […]

5 Steps to Personal Growth and Development

5 Steps to Personal Growth and Development

“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.” ~Ernest Hemingway Setting out on a journey of personal growth and development can seem overwhelming at first. If you browse the self-improvement or personal development sections of any bookstore, you’re likely to find hundreds if […]

Introducing The Inspiyr.com Expert Network

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“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much”  ~Helen Keller Today is an important day for our team at Inspiyr and for all of you, our readers. We’ve been working hard for the past couple years bringing actionable tips, insights, stories & inspiring messages to help you live your best life. […]

The Best Way to Get a New Job: Host Your Own Networking Event

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Many successful job hunters out there will tell you that the reason they landed their sweet new gig was because of someone they know. Maybe it was an inside lead about an unlisted job opening, or an outside referral through a business client, or a friend of a friend who’s mom works in HR. You […]

Want to Gain Muscle? Eat Your Carbs!

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Repeat after me: Carbs Aren’t Evil! Carbs tend to get a bad rap, but there is nothing intrinsically wrong with them. Rather, “carb abuse” or loading up on low-quality carbs morning, noon and night is the real problem. Along with eating the right carbs, it’s important to eat your meals at the right times throughout […]

6 Health Tips for the Weekend Warrior

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If you’ve been using your weekends to their athletic maximum to make up for sedentary time during the week, congratulations, weekend warrior! Weekend sports and outdoor adventures like team sports, hikes, swimming and skiing are good for both the mind and the body. Your well-earned weekend recreation has the added benefits of boosting your mood, […]

Chivalry Isn’t Dead! 3 Ways To Become a Gentleman

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Several decades ago, being a gentleman was more about social status than behavior. For instance, level of education, financial and social status of family, and source of income were the characteristics that distinguished gentlemen from the déclassé. In other words, heritage and birthright trumped actions and behaviors. Today, the definition of a gentleman could not […]

5 Foods That Are Great For Your Brain

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Your brain needs energy to work and certain foods can either boost your brain power, or slow it down. Here’s a list of 5 healthy, natural foods that can give your brain the boost it needs. Top 5 Brain Boosting Foods 1.  Dark Chocolate Yes, chocolate is actually good for your brain, as long as […]

4 Reasons Why You Should Stop Trying To Change People

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We’ve all been there. Our significant other is too shy. Or too outgoing. Or not ambitious. And your child is lazy. Or too social. Or not social enough. Or has no interest in anything that makes any sense to you. What do many people do in these situations? You guessed it – try to change […]

A Day Without Laughter is a Day Wasted

Charlie Chaplin

Charlie Chaplin is incredibly famous for many things: acting, filmmaking, and composing, all within the silent film industry. And his stuff was funny. However, his life wasn’t always full of laughs. Chaplin was thrown on his own resources before he reached the age of ten, as the early death of his father and the subsequent […]

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