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Making New Friends With Poker

The last time I played a poker tournament I took 9th out of 100 players.  In with the best of it and out by a two-outer.   As usual, a medium stacked guy called me because I didn’t look scary.  He hit one of his two outs when I laid 1.2 to 1.  No hard feelings.  I’m accustomed […]

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Hurricane Evacuation Problems + Solutions

When you live on the Gulf Coast, grocery stores, utility companies and local news educate the public on hurricanes. Since I was ten I’ve known that if a hurricane is coming you do one of two things:   Evacuate Buy water, canned food, fill your bathtubs with water, buy batteries, flashlights, tape windows, fill up […]

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ADD Writing for Holiday Stress

I would blog that writing helps manage stress, yet, I’m too busy and stressed to write. Perhaps my brain is distracted. Nonetheless, here’s an ADD / ADHD holiday budget tip from ADDitude Magazine. Writing is a great stress management tool for self-awareness, chronic problems, overspending and overeating. This holiday season start a money journal to […]

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Lead-Paint Test Results – More Lead Ahead

Just when we thought it was safe to chew on pencils and go to toy stores, lead-paint pulls us back into fear.  MSNBC revealed that 35% of 1200 tested toys contained lead-paint. Unfortunately, most of these toys are still on the shelves. Mattel Inc ran tests to find some of their own recalls had levels […]

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Your ADD Brain on Cell Phones

My dad once told me that if invisible laser beams were blue then the World would be blue. This may explain the painful electric shock I felt when I answered my cell phone while using teeth whitening trays.  I placed the cell phone against my face and began feeling a shooting pain on that side […]

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