Making Changes (the science of how ahas affect health, healing, human nature) - The Making Changes website explores aha's and change in general, including how you can have your own ahas. Topics include personality theory, asperger's autism spectrum, talk therapy, learning education, mind consciousness, weight loss fitness, relationships and addictions.
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My sister is always losing her keys and cell phone so I purchased this MYNT tracker for her. It was needed in the first few days of having it. It worked perfectly for her and I'm gonna order one for myself.
I have gotten several of these books (one per year) for my son, now age 10. He was a precocious reader and is really into statistics, facts, and unusual bits of information. As such, this book was right up his alley. I plan to get the next one in the fall when it comes out, too. I haven't read it myself, so here are my son's comments: "It was really interesting and has a lot of good information. It would be good for someone who likes lots of facts. There are good pictures."
This was an amazing story of a woman's (and her family's) battle for freedom from cancer. It's the perfect "balance" of testimonial and information to not only give you plenty of ways to begin changing your lifestyle, but to keep your interest too. I bought it for a friend who had just had a breast removed due to a fast-growing cancer. She became hopeful and began implementing the plan immediately. That was five and a half years ago, and she is much healthier than she was before she even knew she had cancer. She is cancer free! The book is a good starting-off point that gives you information on other resources as well.
It's a nice machine, works as advertised, and I find the Diet Cola is very close in taste to Diet Coke. The other flavors are variable in quality and in how closely they replicate the flavor of the market leaders.
Really easy to use. Profile picture doesn't follow you to different devices. Keeping track of scheduled meeting is iffy. It works well though.