Cravings for that bag of salty chips or a chocolate bar are urging you to answer the call—and to ignore that healthy apple stashed in your desk. But does the desire for those treats reflect your body’s need for salt and sweet, or is the craving all in your head? Cravings occur for many reasons,
As a result of advancing technologies, more and more businesses are allowing their employees to work from home. At first glance, this may seem like a win-win for the employees who can enjoy the luxury of a more comfortable setting with no additional commuting hassles or expenses, stress from office dramas, or a micromanaging boss.
Not many of us escape having a “sweet tooth”. Most people and even newborns are hardwired to find the sweet taste as the most pleasurable and satisfying of all tastes. Lactose, or “milk sugar”, enables babies to seek and prefer breast milk or formula. Sugar serves as a source of pleasure and quick energy, but
Sacred moments can happen anytime, any place. When most people think of the sacred, they think of church or another type of religious institution—but the sacred isn’t contained by the four walls of a church or temple. Sacred moments can’t be scripted or scheduled. Sometimes they occur in church, but sometimes they don’t. More often,
What is the best way to communicate with family members about your medical, financial, and legal documents and information? Create a Family Information Binder. When my Florida law practice drafted estate planning documents, we would present our clients with a Legal & Financial Family Information Binder. This was a binder where they could put all their
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Identity (ID) theft is a crime where a thief steals your personal information, such as your full name or social security number, to commit fraud. The identity thief can use your information to fraudulently apply for credit, file taxes, or get medical services. These acts can damage your credit status, and cost you time and