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geish@ a healthy outside begins from inside - detox now!
Detoxification is a normal body process of eliminating or neutralizing toxins through the colon, liver.
Detoxing your body can be very beneficial if administered properly. So it is important that you do it with proper guidance because the body needs the proper nutrients to function properly and support the cleanse process.
Here's just one major benefit of detox:
It purifies your blood
When we detoxify, you are automatically in process of purifying the blood because toxins are flushed out along with fungus, bacteria, and viruses from the bloodstream. This in turn assists you in healthy living.
When your body is purified, liver is strengthened and efficiently screen the blood and remove fungus, bacteria, viruses, and toxins.
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the unsuspected Eons later...
Wow. I forgot about this blog too.
I can't believe it still exists. It seems we have all gone separate ways, and yet, in some strange way, we are all still connected...
And what have we all done with our lives?
Giving Her Away Almost a decade later
I completely forgot about this blog.
It's been well over 7 years since I last seen Amelia. I had gone back to college, got so involved with that life to the point that I think I used it to forget all the troubles I had with getting past her. I needed to move on with my life, not because I wanted to forget her, yet in a way I almost did. I remember during college - and I was only there for about 2 years - her birthday had come and I nearly forgotten that it was her birthday. My connection with her adoptive parents didn't go the way I thought it would; while I was in college, it seemed that they did everything they could to keep me away from her. This was even before I started going to college again, actually, but I noticed it more when I actually tried to reach out to her.
I felt guilty to the point of confusion. Guilty because I didn't know if I was being selfish for pursuing a career (which never happened). Guilty because I felt as if I was to blame for her not knowing me... (more)
Argh Not The Pony good kid, m.A.A.d city
So I went to Reading, and I went to carnival!
I went to Reading with Louisa and it was actually so much better than I expected it to be, we snuck in rum and got kind of tipsy drunk and it lasted for ages! We danced to TCTS and Snakehips and Madam X, none of whom I'd listened to before but all of them I loved!! We properly danced like idec because everyone was 16 lol and we'll never see them again! We spent bare time in the dance tent and it was sick, we also got vegetarian food and frozen yoghurt and saw Fekky and tried to see Stormzy but the tent was JAMMED so saw Jamie xx and that was p sick but a bit too chill for my tastes tbh
AND THEN WE SAW KENDRICK and honestly I felt like I was possibly on the way to crying especially when he did m.A.A.d city, like that song means bare to me in the most ridiculous way - well, so does all of the good kid, m.A.A.d city album - and I shouted along to all of it (you can't call a stupid screamy white girl shouting 'rapping' really can you) and so... (more)
Financial Visions yes .. we all have choices ... and they matter!
The slogan for Financial Visions of NC has always been "Time & Choices". The following is offered from a blog by Brent Meyer, President of Safe Money Resources:"The fact of the matter is that you're the only one who can decide what to do with your earning power and, by extension, with your life. The two are inextricably linked. Decisions on what you want to do with your earning power comes from answering questions such as ---Where do I want to live? Do I want to own my own home? Where? What kind of home?What kind of lifestyle do I want to have? Vacations? Entertainment and leisure activities? Automobile choices?Do I want to pay the bills for my kids to attend college? Do I want to start my own business someday?Do I want to reach an age by which I can afford to stop working if I want?Do I want to live strictly for today? Strictly for tomorrow? Or, enjoy today while still providing for tomorrow?"If you think of life as a journey, answers to questions such as these... (more)