In this video beauty logger Wengie encourages people by sharing about her weight loss journey and gives tips for how others can lose weight as well.
Weight loss is something that happens over a period of time. It does not occur overnight. Wengie reminds her viewers that weight loss happens as people change habits and that it can be a slow process. She also reminds her viewers that they didn’t gain weight overnight. Weight gain isn’t something that just happens but is also a result of habits learned over time.
Wengie suggests giving yourself at least 90 days to change habits which, she cautions, will take a lot of self-control to accomplish. It can be a painful 90 days but it is worth it in the end.
Wengie also shares the four bad eating habits that she had when she weighed more. She would eat supper very late at night and it was often something like chips and pasta. Another habit was that she started to drink soft drinks because her boyfriend liked them. The third habit was eating out too often. Restaurant portions tend to be larger and she felt pressure to finish it all to avoid wasting any. Finally, she had the habit of eating the same portion size that she gave her boyfriend when she would cook for him.
Changing those four habits was an important key to losing the extra weight she gained. She didn’t need to go on an extreme diet. It was as simple as eating differently and kicking bad habits. She encourages people to be realistic and lose weight the healthy way.
Wengie put together a book that has a seven-day eating plan. It is a sample of what she eats on a daily basis and is a fusion of Western and Asian food. The ingredients are all simple and a dollar from the sale of each book goes to charity.
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“I have a 2014 Honda Civic, but I want a 2016 Mercedes Benz.” “I wish I can fill my closet with more designer clothes and shoes.” “I want that $1,000,000 mansion.” “These are all things many people dream about” says Danilo Diaz Granados. It does not cross these individuals’ minds that other people do not even have the basic essentials in order to survive. This is especially true for Venezuelan patients. They are lacking the essential medicines in order to live. The article, Venezuelan Patients Dying Amid Lack of Medicine, reflects upon this extremely emotional situation.
According to the Myspace re-released article, “For the past week, Sky News has secretly filmed in three major hospitals both inside and outside the capital Caracas” (2016). In these hospitals, the conditions are heart-breaking. There is no medicine or medical equipment. In addition, there is no clean water and no air conditioning. The toilets are clogged and the patients are being fed bad food irregularly. On top of that, the family of these patients must supply their food, bedding, water, medicine, and soap, which is also hard for family members to do, considering the financial and social collapse in Venezuela. Venezuelans depend on government supplied essentials and even these essentials are not supplied in sufficient amounts.
As a result of this financial instability of family members, in addition to the government not being able to supply enough medicine for its citizens, patients in these Venezuelan hospitals are suffering and dying at alarming rates. So next time people who have their basic needs met complain about wanting more, they should think about these poor suffering patients in Venezuela.
Bustle just debunked any concerns anyone may have about trying out Wen by Chaz (http://www.wen.com/chaz-dean.html) cleansing conditioner. If anyone was on the fence about trying out Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner to see if it could make their hair fabulous and healthy, this article certainly should convince them to give Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner a go as soon as possible. Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner has been frequently promoted as a way to make hair beautiful and soft without having to step foot in a salon. That is exactly the image we all see from the famous Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner infomercials on TV all the time. This editor for Bustle proved that the results from using the sephora fig cleansing conditioner are very much real. She showed in her before and after pictures that Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner took her hair from fine and drab to fabulous in just a few days of use. The entire experiment for her article lasted an entire week, but there were days that she reported she didn’t have enough time to use Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner on her hair. On the days of the week that she did use it, she said she loved how her hair felt and looked.
There is no doubt that Wen by Chaz Dean cleansing conditioner actually takes less time to use than other hair care products. By applying a few pumps of Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner to your hair in the shower, you are essentially using shampoo, conditioner, leave in conditioner, deep conditioner and detangler all at the same time. This saves plenty of time and money everyday in washing and styling your hair. Even more important, WEN cleansing conditioner makes sure that your hair gets the hydration and cleanse that it needs.
According to CrunchBase, Marc Sparks, CEO of Timber Creek Capital,LP, founded the company in 2001. The entrepreneur was a C+ student who graduated from Westlake High School in Austin, Texas high school in 1975. Sparks admitted that he might have been an average high school student, but he was born with a very keen instinct for business. He’s a role model for any high school student with a C average.
Born on June 8, 1957, the baby in a family of five children, never wanted to go to college. After he graduated from high school, Marc Sparks got his start in the business world by helping his father out in his wholesale furniture store. Sparks took to the business very quickly.
He learned all about Freed Furniture store from the bottom by sweeping the floors and driving the delivery truck, and then working his way up to the more complex aspects of the wholesale furniture business. After Sparks learned all there was to running a furniture store, he helped out at other furniture stores in the area. Sparks originally wanted to own his very own furniture store. Read more: Marc Sparks, A Business Success Story
It didn’t take Mr. Sparks long to realize that his son had an insatiable appetite for the business world. Marc Sparks had some successful ventures and some unsuccessful ones. Having average grades doesn’t necessarily dictate how successful a person is after high school. Marc Sparks is known as a dynamic serial entrepreneur. He owns many other businesses in the telecommunications industry.
Some of these telecommunication businesses include Splash Media, Blue Jay Wireless, and Cardinal Telecom. Sparks owns real estate including a homeless shelter called Samaritan Inn that’s been around since the 1980s. Samaritan Inn, located in McKinney, Texas, houses 160 people every night and allows people to stay for five months.
The homeless shelter also offers services to help the homeless get their lives in order. After more than 30 years of success, Marc Sparks was inspired to write a book about his success.
He wrote a book called They Can’t Eat You (now available on Amazon and GoodRead). In his book, he shares how a high school student with a C+ average no college was able to make a successful person out of himself. Marc Sparks wanted to share his alternative to a college education in his “Fifty Sparks” plan.
He believes anyone can follow his 50 step plan up the path towards success. Sparks shares with his readers, not only his successes, but his failures. He tells people what he had learned from his failures. The serial entrepreneur believes that with great success comes plenty of responsibility. The book is available in hardback and e-book. Almost 100 percent of the people who reviewed this book gave it a five star rating.
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Shea butter is a fat that is extracted from the African Shea tree nut. It is a triglyceride that is used as a moisturizer, salve or lotion. It is extremely beneficial to skin because of its high levels of vitamins A, E, and F and it provides UV protection, and the essential fatty acids that skin needs to heal and soften naturally.
The list of benefits continues. Shea Butter reduces inflammation because of its cinnamic acid and is known to prevent acne and other skin problems. Shea butter also helps promote collagen production in the skin and has acids like oleic, stearic, palmitic and limolenic to protect and preserve skin. With repeated use, skin actually gets softer, stronger and more resistant to wrinkles.
Shea butter is a fat that is extracted from the African Shea tree nut. It is a triglyceride that is used as a moisturizer, salve or lotion. It is extremely beneficial to skin because of its high levels of vitamins A, E, and F and it provides UV protection and the essential fatty acids that skin needs to heal and soften naturally.
The list of benefits continues. It reduces inflammation because of its cinnamic acid and is known to prevent acne and other skin problems. Shea butter helps promote collagen production in the skin and has acids like oleic, stearic, palmitic and limolenic to protect and preserve skin. With repeated use, skin actually gets softer, stronger and more resistant to wrinkles.
Its practical properties can be incorporated into many homemade cosmetic products such as bath bars, body butter, lip balms and healing ointments. On its own, Shea butter is a natural face and body moisturizer and can also reduce the look of stretch marks brought on by pregnancy. It is also quite effective in relieving under eye bags and wrinkles and is excellent massage butter. Because Shea butter is all natural, it can be used in baby care as well. It can rejuvenate skin after a day at the beach in the damaging sun. It is also an excellent scar cream because it stimulates collagen production.
There are many Shea butters on the market to consider. Grade A, natural Shea butter has a nutty, earthy fragrance. Unrefined Shea butter may contain fragments of the nut casing. The butter can be melted and strained through a sieve to remove the particles. There are also refined Shea butters that are unscented or lightly scented with essence of lavender, for example but sometimes the refining process removes the full benefits of the product. As it is a nut derivative, people with nut allergies should avoid using Shea butter.
Eugenia Shea Butter was begun by Eugenia Akuete of Ghana and brings sustainable work to the women of Ghana, with aid from paid farmers. The founder’s aim was to end the poverty, prejudice and segregation by giving women in her community a way to make an honest living and creature a future for the women and children of Ghana. Eugenia was introduced to Shea butter by her mother like many generations before her and used it for everything from dry skin to muscle fatigue and babies first bath.
Eugenia Shea butter has many products for the many skin care needs that exist. There are convenient tin sizes to suit every need and they are available in a variety of scents like grapefruit and lavender.
Class Dojo(ClassDojo) is a platform for communication that changes the way students, guardians/parents, and teachers interact with each other. This program not only enables teachers to engage their students, but families also. In classrooms, instructors use the Class Dojo app to help connect with their pupils by giving them the encouragement (feedback points) to show critical skills, such as teamwork, leadership, critical thinking or persistence development. Two out of three schools prefer the use of
Class Dojo verses any other program.
Teachers can easily send videos, text messages, pictures, or stickers directly to parents, allowing them to experience special moments with their children on a daily basis. Instructors can also add posts to School Story and Class Story, a private news feed of moments in the classroom, available only to verified teachers, school leaders, and parents.
Learning platforms have developed drastically over the years, to help better the teaching techniques of teachers and involve parents/guardians. They need parents’ engagement in their child’s development, and the Class Dojo app makes that an easy task. This platform translates into 35 languages, and allows educators to share their student’s profile with parents. Guardians can access Class Dojo through an SMS/email invitation or a certain code sent directly from the teacher. Only the development of their children (not others) is viewable.
Students can also get involved by creating a Class Dojo account to view their progress. However, they must receive a code from their teacher before it can be connected to a class. If the child is under 13 years of age, parental consent is necessary before access to various features becomes available. Students can customize an adorable avatar representing them, view teacher feedback on their growth, and other things. In agreement with the Child Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), their age will be required, and if under 13 years of age, an email must be sent to the parent or guardian for consent. No other personal information will be required.
School Officials can also play an important role with Class Dojo, by sharing videos, photos, and notes on School Story. Only guardians/parents connected to the classes can view these. School officials can see highlights (an overview of school activity including engagement and feedback) make classes, and more.
This program has proven to help teachers engage their classroom. Parents adore the results, and students get the empowerment and positive skills they need. Class Dojo creates a positive environment in classrooms, and makes learning a community effort.
Diversant LLC is the result of two highly experienced IT staffing executives combining their expertise.
At Spherion Technology, Gene C. Waddy was the National Practice Director for Infrastructure Services. He was in charge of helping large clients around the country fill their IT positions. In 2005, after he was laid off, he founded Diversant Inc.
John Goullet started out as an IT consultant himself, then moved on to IT staffing, serving as an IT staffing account executive. In 1994 he founded Info Technologies, which served Fortune 500 companies. He grew that company to $30 million within five years, making it one of INC Magazine’s 500 fastest growing privately held businesses in the United States, two times. In 2010, Goullet and Waddy combined forces, merging Info Technologies and Diversant Inc to create Diversant LLC.
Diversant is a Minority Owned Business Enterprise, and the largest IT staffing company in the United States that is owned by an African-American. It’s fully certified by the Small Business Administration and its 8(a) Business Development Program.
Its annual revenues are around $100 million. It helps medium-sized and Fortune 500 businesses fill their IT staffing needs. The name itself recognizes the value they give to diversity. Diversity Business recently recognized Diversant as one of the “Top 100 Diversity Owned Businesses in New Jersey for 2016.” Diversant is based in Red Bank, and it has satellite offices in San Francisco and Minneapolis.
One way Diversant attracts a diversity of consultants is STAR program for recruiting veterans. 80 percent of the veterans they hire are minorities.
Waddy and Goullet believe diversity leads to stronger consultants, and better results for Diversant’s clients. They use proprietary “Best in Class” procedures to help their consultants give clients the best possible service and solutions.
Like Waddy, Goullet reside in New Jersey. He graduated from Ursinus College in 1983. He serves as Chairman and Principal at Diversant. He works to understand his consultants, and to match them with clients based not just on their IT skills, but on their personalities and work styles. His employers include Computer Sciences Corp., The Constell Group, 3D Information Services, Cap Gemini America and Tsr Consultants.
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Spring cleaning is obviously everybody’s favorite thing to do. Okay, maybe not. But, it must be done every year none the less. The yearly ritual can be a challenging task for many nowadays. Most of us have had to adopt a more rushed lifestyle to keep up with daily demands. This is where things like sorely needed spring cleaning can fall by the wayside. Thankfully technology has caught up with the need in this area of life. All you need is your computer or smartphone and you can schedule Handy to come and handle that dirty business at your convenience.
If you are not familiar with the company, Handy is an on demand cleaning and handy service for odd jobs and even that spring cleaning of yours. You simply get on their website, find the service listing you’re looking for and schedule an appointment. It’s that simple. The greatest thing about the service has to be the convenience of it all. The internet has enabled us to purchase just about any goods or services that we can think of. Now you can get that spring cleaning done at the push a few few buttons and mouse clicks.
A recent $50 million financial backing has helped the company to expand even further. Now Handy has a service that will shop, deliver and assemble furniture for you. Talk about the easy way to do things! You never even have to leave the house. It is a welcome addition to the many services that the company already provides. This on demand business has expanded into 28 cities and is showing no signs of slowing down. The fact that you can now email a list of items, have them shop and price the shipping, deliver it and assemble it for you is fantastic. What a world we live in today.
Go ahead and check them out if you don’t use them already. You’ll be hard pressed to wipe the smile from your face when you realize you don’t have to do a thing. Spring cleaning time is now your free time.