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Welcome to the March 20, 2011 edition of our Personal Development Carnival.
Samson presents Getting right for the summer posted at 2 Cent Tab.
Aparna presents Five Fitness Resolutions from fitness experts posted at Beauty and Personal Grooming, saying, "You may also incorporate some of these fitness resolutions suggested by 3 celebrity fitness gurus. It’s also an excellent way to start the New Year right."
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Stephen Guise presents How To Expose And Destroy Bad Habits posted at Deep Existence, saying, "This article explores bad habits and why they are typically difficult to diffuse. The solution given is simple and effective in uncovering them, while at the same time opening up "an avalanche" of personal development possibilities. I go into greater depth when I discuss how bad habits often have more serious root causes. It is a thought-provoking 1200 word post."
BWL presents How I Escaped The Rat Race posted at Christian Personal Finance, saying, "A look at how I broke free from the 9 to 5 grind to working for myself."
Linda@NHE presents What Is USDA Organic: How To Tell If A Product Is Really Organic posted at Natural Health Ezine, saying, "Sometimes when a product at the grocery store says "organic" it's not fully organic. Find out the difference and how to tell."
Donna Cullen presents 10 Reasons People Give for Not Getting Married posted at Top Dating Sites.
Abby Nelson presents Breaking the Habit: 25 Bizarre Addictions posted at Masters In Counseling, saying, "With the latest celeb meltdown in full swing, the airwaves have been swept with the terms like “drug problem,” “alcoholic,” and even “sex addict.” But life’s most well-known vices are not the only ways in which someone can become an addict."
Zac Sky presents Be Proud to be a Work in Progress posted at Zac Sky . com, saying, "Be comfortable with making mistakes and accept yourself for you who you are. Rejoice in the fact that you are a work in progress because it means that you always have the chance to improve yourself."
Charles Chua C K presents Effective Ways to Personal Development posted at All About Living with Life.
Lahesha Williams presents 7 Habits of Highly Successful Professional Women posted at Career Help For Christians, saying, "A list of great habits you can practice to maintain or gain success in your life and Career."
sophia Dell presents Top 50 Public Health News Sites posted at Master of Public Health, saying, "With the help of the Internet, you can find news, information, commentary and more on the most important and pressing public health issues of the day. Here are 50 of the best public health news sites."
Allen Wright presents 10 Things You Didn?t Know About Smoke Damage posted at Home Alarm Monitoring.
Scott Lee presents Dealing With Fatigue posted at Scott Free Thinking, saying, "Don't let fatigue ruin your day - get the key points to gain back energy, resilience, happiness, and productivity."
James Tilbury presents Sugar is evil posted at Dare to Deviate, saying, "A post on how cutting sugar, not fat, out of your diet will help you lose weight and prevent heart disease."
Thailand Breeze presents Honey-Citrus Yogurt Drink posted at Tip.
Carmen Engel presents Lulu and I posted at Meditation for the Soul Blog, saying, "Wesbsite is dedicated to helping improve people's lives through light breathing meditations."
Eric Castle presents 30 Easy Recipes for Greener Cleaning posted at RN Central.
Fred Tracy presents Why You Shouldn't Be Yourself posted at Personal Development, saying, "This article explains why even "being yourself" is still acting like someone you think you are, and that the way to real authenticity is to simply be."
axel presents Admitting Shortcomings And Mistakes posted at axel g.
Donna Cullen presents 10 Terrible Excuses for Being Late for a Date posted at Top Dating Sites.
Jasmine Aaron presents 20 Twitter Accounts Every Social Worker Should Follow posted at Social Work Blog, saying, "Twitter is great way to keep up with information going on in your profession without taking up a lot of your time. Twitter offers information in small snippets, so you can keep up while you’re on the go."
Te-Erika Patterson presents Life Is A Transition posted at My Savvy Sisters.
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