With today’s economic situation and general lifestyle in America more people are under more stress than ever before. Unmanageable stress immobilizes people and can cause irreparable harm both physically and mentally.
Some of the different areas of our lives that cause stress are the economy, job security, household stress and spouses and children. I think the state of the economy these days can cause general feelings of stress. Retirement money and investments… Read More
Added by Karen Bernard on August 30, 2010 at 7:00pm —
I recently returned from spending almost two weeks traveling with my family through Europe. We started in England then traveled to France and Italy. What an amazing trip to share with your family. There were so many memorable moments but in the end what one remembers is the joy and the love shared by our son and daughter as we saw things we had only read about in books or seen in movies.…
Added by Tim Moore on August 30, 2010 at 1:00pm —
The IRS has (in my opinion) a decent job using social media to help boost it's public image and this post is one example. Click here
to find out what you should know when you get married.
Added by Katrina M Harrell-Biz Strategist on August 30, 2010 at 11:38am —
If someone were to peer over your shoulder right now to look at your email Inbox, what would that person find? Do you keep just about everything received in your Inbox, making it such that you have several hundred emails in there right now? Do you keep action items in your Inbox, meaning the number of messages varies depending on how many items would fall on your to-do list? Well, here's a little tidbit that I've found can have an immense impact on increasing one's productivity: Your email… Read More
Added by Emily Parks on August 30, 2010 at 7:30am —
This is Part 2 of Using Inside919 as your Social Media Hub.
For Part 1 referencing – Facebook and Twitter see the previous article here:
You can also use Inside919 as the place you will post your… Read More
Added by Martin Brossman on August 30, 2010 at 12:23am —
Sometimes There is a Necessary Surgery in Your Life… Read More
Added by Debby Bruck Homeopath on August 29, 2010 at 11:30pm —
Hello Dear INSIDERS ~
I'm fed up. Yup. Last straw. Ready to switch to another service and I would appreciate any suggestions for your satisfaction with different providers for CARY.
There are plenty of internet places where you can TEST YOUR SPEED. And, today I was sitting, la-de-da, waiting for that spinning wheel to stop spinning and to view ANYTHING, when there was a button to CHECK YOUR SPEED on YouTube. CLICK! I did and this is what stats were provided.… Read More
Added by Debby Bruck Homeopath on August 29, 2010 at 3:30pm —
What have you heard about Facebook Places?
Like 'all things facebook' , you may have heard a lot of hype, and… Read More
Added by Heather O'Sullivan (HeatherO) on August 28, 2010 at 11:16pm —
Have you ever had one of those days when you're just feeling "blah"? It happens to all of us, and we all have our ways of shaking it off. Today I was able to "shake" with the best of them! The Golden type.....
The River Ridge Golf Club of Raleigh hosted the "Golden on the Greens" fundraiser and golfing event sponsored by the Neuse River Golden Retriever Rescue (NRGRR). It was not only a beautiful venue, but a beautiful day to be outside… Read More
Added by Ken Smith, Goldens Realty on August 28, 2010 at 4:00pm —
Zero Balancing (ZB) is a simple yet powerful bodywork system that balances mind and body using touch and movement to address the deepest tissues of the body – the connective tissue, bones and joints. Developed by physician, osteopath and acupuncturist Fritz Smith, MD in 1973, Zero Balancing®(ZB) is a hands-on body/mind therapy… Read More
Added by Nancy Davison, PT, LAc on August 28, 2010 at 2:14pm —
This morning, I wrote and added a blogpost to our personal blog- Love Rolls On, and I wanted to share it with you. Think it doesn't apply? Many NC community members have stories of Andrew or other storms crossing our paths. How many of us have parents who are aging or in assisted living or nursing homes? How many know of someone who is a caregiver? We can all learn lessons from the issues and aftermath of Katrina...
"Barton and I are huddled in the bathroom, his power wheelchair… Read More
Added by Megan Cutter on August 27, 2010 at 5:00pm —
Hey InSide919ers ~
I would guess that 99% of the population has NO idea what is homeopathy. Over time I will post bits and pieces to bring some differentiation between misconceptions and the truth about homeopathy.
Based upon fundamental laws of nature, homeopathy is a dynamic 'individualized' form of medicine that put down on paper by Dr Samuel Hahnemann around 1888. This form of medicine has a long history and thousands of documented provings,… Read More
Added by Debby Bruck Homeopath on August 27, 2010 at 2:12pm —
As we continue our Hooked on the Book campaign, we would like to take the time to honor yet another category of Louisiana residents -- our four-legged friends. During Hurricane Katrina many animals were lost and separated from their families. Thanks to the effort of the Louisiana SPCA, many were able to be reunited with their original families, while others were placed in new loving homes.
As we approach the fifth anniversary of Katrina, I am… Read More
Added by Sandra Carrington-Smith on August 27, 2010 at 1:00pm —
I have the privilege of meeting many small and medium size business owners in the course of my Virtual Assistant business.
Here are a few of the life lessons I have learned recently that have helped my business in many ways.…
Added by Angel Lebak ~ Virtual Assistant on August 27, 2010 at 9:27am —
It's time to wake up and smell the roses!
These vaccinations are extremely dangerous.…
Added by Debby Bruck Homeopath on August 27, 2010 at 6:30am —
I attended Mark's and Pat's session today "Getting You More Business Success with inside919" at Sister's Catering. What a great presentation on how to get the most out of this great venue. I'm sure there is much more to be learned. However, both Mark and Pat mentioned the importance of words. Simple, innocent words that can impact anyone's reality (good or bad) in the blink of an eye by lifting them up or putting them down. It's up to us. Recently I read a great short… Read More
Added by Ken Smith, Goldens Realty on August 26, 2010 at 8:00pm —
It's been a while in the making - but I'm ready to launch! For several years I spent 30-40 weeks a year traveling around North America. Living in motels, racking up over 1,300 airplane rides. During those years I was in over 200 retail stores helping owners and corporations move their business to the next level. This summer I've focused on returning to the already chock full field of consulting, with a twist. I'm not interested in spending 30-40 weeks on the road. I will travel, if the… Read More
Added by Leland J. Rychel on August 26, 2010 at 4:10pm —
Today's post is written by Megan, a member of the Metrozing team, who explains how she applies the skills she attained as a project manager to her work as a professional organizer.
Having worked as a project manager in the IT industry for several years, I am very much a newcomer to the professional organizing industry. Besides working with friends and family, my first true organizing gig with Geralin was a group project working with a hoarder. Here’s my take-away… Read More
Added by Geralin Thomas on August 26, 2010 at 2:00pm —
Google launched realtime search last December, but they have now 'kicked it up a notch" by giving it its own home page. Basically it is a Google search page that updates in real time. Unlike 'regular' Google searches which often have 'top results' that are years old, these searches will produce them as they are posted. While sorting the data based on things like 'number of people who have clicked on this one' is believed to be useful based on the… Read More
Added by Heather O'Sullivan (HeatherO) on August 26, 2010 at 2:00pm —
We are fundraising now to expand our educational offerings for schools and parents, and prepare for the Spring plantings, when we give away garden plants to any US resident who signs a Pledge To Share from their garden.
We have a (chicken) Plate Sale this upcoming weekend, and then a music festival Labor Day Weekend (Sunday). For BOTH of these fundraisers, we are seeking help from local businesses and organizations.
We need the following supplies ASAP (we hope you will… Read More
Added by Kay Whatley of Grow And Share on August 24, 2010 at 3:51pm —