Local Blogs For Billings Montana From News Talk 730, KYYA

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  • How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie The Richest Man in Babylon by George Samuel Clayson Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill As a twenty-one year old, I fall into the classification of being a so-called “millennial”
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  • Many people often ask what the most effective ways to burn fat are, so I’m here to shed some light on that issue. Over the past four years of being immersed in the world of fitness I have inquired with many top-level athletes about the best methods to burn calories, and one of, if not the most common answer I’ve received has been to try “HIIT” cardio
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  • 1. Make Your Home a Cool Cocoon 1. Make Your Home a Cool Cocoon Keep the house cool with an energy-efficient air conditioner, and reduce heat gain with window coverings like blinds, shades and curtains. Keep window coverings closed during the day and remember to clean A/C filters weekly to prevent dust and dirt build-up from blocking cool airflow
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  • So you're watching all the sporting events at the Summer Olympics and by now you're probably wondering, 'how are they dealing with injuries' or 'what do they do to help avoid injuries'. Well the truth is that there are a few things they work on as part of their regular regimens that help to protect them from injuries as much as possible. 
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  • There are many good and bad habits that each individual person posses. The part that makes them separates them from being good or bad is usually how the habit will impact your life or others life’s Wikipedia defines a bad habit as “a negative behavior pattern. Common examples include procrastination, fidgeting, overspending, and nail-biting”.
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  • The roots of social media stretch far deeper than you might imagine. Although it seems like a new trend, sites like Facebook are the natural outcome of many centuries of social media development.
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  • 1. Read a book every day: Books are concentrated sources of wisdom. The more books you read, the more wisdom you expose yourself to. What are some books you can start reading to enrich yourself? 2. Learn a new language: Try it out, Its fun and a very good way to improve yourself
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  • Baby Boomers were among the first to redefine traditional values and truly believe they could change the world; does this sound like a generation(s) that we frequently reference these days?
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  • 1. Grow your circle of friends. "It's very important that you have a support group of friends and family 2. Learn more. Doesn’t the saying go knowledge is power, If you have a problem go learn about it and different ways to fix it. The Internet is a very powerful tool 3. Get moving. Any form of exercise that you enjoy will do. Regular exercise works as a good partner for people who are on medication. Exercise also works well for people who have mild or moderate depression and don't need to be on medication.
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  • The Most Popular Fourth of July Destinations What makes America America? A wide range of things. Celebrate the Fourth of July and the symbolic birth of the U.S. with everything from historic towns to beachfront relaxation weekends. Most celebrations will include fireworks and parades, but your party can be whatever you want it to be.
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  • Sun exposure is not necessarily dangerous if you make the proper precautions, but the facts need to be clear on both the benefits of some exposure to the sun and the UV rays’ harmful effects. The most obvious and immediate danger of too much UV exposure is sunburn. By looking at sunburned skin under a microscope, the damage is clearly apparent. With repeated sun damage, the skin starts to look dry, wrinkled, and leathery.  However, the sun's most serious threat is the development of skin cancer, which has now become the most common of all cancers. The vast majority of dermatologists agree that most skin cancers can be avoided by preventing sun damage.
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  • Once upon a time, there was no Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube. Our lives did not revolve around a stream of status updates, tweets, videos and filtered photos. That was just 10 years ago.
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