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Dwayne Paro

5 Important Coping Strategies For Transitioning Veterans Series

Dwayne Paro | July 28, 2016 | Impact
Transition equals significant change for most. In order to confidently and productively navigate this change you will need to come up with a strategy. Over the next five weeks I will be posting a series of strategies that will serve as a guide to common areas of difficulty in this...

How One Woman Transformed Her Finances To Live Debt-Free

Trulia | July 28, 2016 | HuffPost Home
Thanks to blogs and podcasts, it's easier than ever to learn about personal finance and how to manage your money. But even though this information is accessible and widely available, money is still a bit of a taboo topic.
Jonathan Agin

A Grieving Father's Invitation To Donald Trump And Hilary Clinton To Discuss Childhood Cancer As A National Priority

Jonathan Agin | July 28, 2016 | Impact
Mr. Trump and Ms. Clinton your children are adults now, living in a world where the incidence rates of cancer continue to rise. I believe that by placing greater emphasis on childhood cancer we can make a significant impact on all cancer as a whole. Isn't it worth an hour of our time?
Jeb Harrison

When You Don't Have Enough Gold For Your Golden Years

Jeb Harrison | July 28, 2016 | Fifty
Like many of my Boomer contemporaries, I don't foresee retiring to the golf course, or the cruise ship, or the garden, the garage, or even the couch. Instead, I suspect that we'll need to be generating an income - not through our meager investments but through the sweat on our carbuncled brows and the toil of our arthritic hands - until we draw our last ragged breaths.
Tom Spiggle

If Hillary Clinton Faced This Kind of Discrimination Applying for Any Other Job, it Would be Illegal, Literally

Tom Spiggle | July 28, 2016 | Politics
Tonight, our nation will pass a historic milestone as Hillary Clinton formally accepts the nomination of the Democratic Party for president. Americans disagree about how much her gender has helped or hurt her so far in this campaign and we will continue to debate this very important topic through...
Vanessa Van Edwards

How to Get People to Be Less Rude

Vanessa Van Edwards | July 28, 2016 | Business
Let's face it, people can be rude. Mean. Unforgiving. But what if I told you that I have a way to get people to be less rude....using science?
Murali Balaji

Learning the true meaning of Bhakti from my grandmother

Murali Balaji | July 28, 2016 | Religion
When I was growing up, I learned virtually everything I knew, and much of what I know today, about Hinduism from my grandmothers and my great-grandmother. My paternal grandmother and her mother used to tell me stories from the Ramayana and the Puranas, while my maternal grandmother equipped me...
Samita Sarkar

Publishing Scam Artists: How to Spot Them

Samita Sarkar | July 28, 2016 | Books
Vanity presses, otherwise known as "self-publishing companies" or "subsidy publishers," will publish any book written by anyone with a large bank account and a spendthrift attitude. In the ocean of publishing, vanity presses are the sharks.
Judith A. Salerno

An Urgent Call for Health Equity in Breast Cancer

Judith A. Salerno | July 28, 2016 | Impact
"Why do more black women die of breast cancer?" asked a recent headline in The New York Times. The story followed the announcement of a new $12 million study funded by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) which aims to investigate whether genetic and biological factors play...

Kathy Griffin Buys $10.5 Million Mansion In Los Angeles

Trulia | July 28, 2016 | HuffPost Home
The wisecracking comedian is certainly no longer on the D-list.
Samita Sarkar

On Vanity Presses, True Self-Publishing, and One Author's Tenacity

Samita Sarkar | July 28, 2016 | Books
In a nutshell, Medley admits that Gardham has sold a solid number of books over the years, but questions whether or not it was worth the effort. The entire piece is oozing with thinly veiled pity for Gardham, who hopes to someday catch the eye of an agency or traditional publishing company.
Danielle Nelson

How to Create A Travel Journal (Worth Reading Again)

Danielle Nelson | July 28, 2016 | Travel
Since 2nd grade, I have meticulously constructed words, labored over my ideas, and happily written down the random thoughts that came to mind in my weathered notebooks. Not only is it therapeutic for me, but it's also a great way to look back and see how much I've learned, grown, and evolved over the years. Eventually I realized I could continue this love of journaling when I traveled, and now I do it religiously for every trip.
Brooke Warner

The Plight of Naïve and Renegade Authors

Brooke Warner | July 28, 2016 | Books
I work in an industry that has difficult to measure and sometimes subjective standards. As the saying goes, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Most authors are in love with their book babies, as they should be, but one of the pitfalls of self-publishing has been--and continues to be--authors who either don't know what they don't know, or who go renegade at some point during their publication process.
Women Entrepreneurs (WE) NYC

Scarcity Consciousness vs. Prosperity Consciousness

Women Entrepreneurs (WE) NYC | July 28, 2016 | Women
Your beliefs may play a bigger role in your wealth than you think. Over the years I have come to realize that there are many different levels of awareness to thinking positively.
Charles H. Rivkin

Combating the Global Menace of Corruption through Fiscal Transparency

Charles H. Rivkin | July 28, 2016 | World
As the United States works to promote global economic growth and stability, it is clear that poor governance and persistent corruption around the world present serious obstacles. In a May article by former Deputy Secretary of State William Burns and retired Admiral Michael Mullen, corruption represents "a menace...
Laurie Hollman, Ph.D.

Do You Worry How Divorce Will Affect Your Child In School?

Laurie Hollman, Ph.D. | July 28, 2016 | Divorce
There are many variables that affect how separation and divorce in a family affect children in the classroom depending on the age and temperament of the child and how long the divorcing process has been going on.
Pioneers for Change

Altruism: Better Late Than Never

Pioneers for Change | July 28, 2016 | Impact
By: Paula Gardner "Altruism is innate, but it's not instinctual. Everybody's wired for it, but a switch has to be flipped." David Rakoff Apart from being born four years apart, my younger sister and I had a very similar upbringing. Same...
Omo Misha

The Message Is And Has Always Been In The Music

Omo Misha | July 28, 2016 | Arts
Reaching back into the crates, we are reminded through the music that not much has changed. A rare live performance of Marvin Gaye's What's Going On was as relevant as ever when it trended on Facebook, after a horrific week of racially-motivated violence across the country. While it was sad...
Cody Brotter

Donald Trump's Phone Calls to Bill Clinton

Cody Brotter | July 28, 2016 | Comedy
There have been a lot of rumors that Bill Clinton is actually behind Donald Trump's campaign, which is intended to self-sabotage and result in the election of his wife. Now, thanks to these completely fake transcripts, we can falsely confirm that the rumors are 100 percent true.
Marianne C. Bohr

A Veteran's Recipe for Paris

Marianne C. Bohr | July 28, 2016 | Travel
We've visited Paris for almost 40 years - ever since we were 22 years old -- and it always manages to surprise us. Things we never noticed suddenly appear. There are probably as many ways to "do" Paris as there are ways to make apple pie, and we each have our favorites. It can be difficult to go back, to revisit old haunts, to come to terms with the passage of time, so we paint fresh tableaux with brand new memories.