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Seat 38F was the last seat before the toilet and I hated it. At least it was an aisle seat. I was on a red-eye flight to JFK and as the flight attendants both pushed and pulled the beverage cart down the aisle, I quietly continued reading The Mailroom: Hollywood History from the Bottom Up.

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Motivation is what drives you. It is what keeps you going in the winter time, what gets you out of bed every morning and what keeps you smiling. Feed your motivation and by all means, do not let anyone take it away from you. Here’s how:

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Romance isn’t assumption, and if you care, remind her. Women may be great at multitasking, but they suck at mind-reading.

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Sold in over 200 countries, Coca-Cola® is one of the most familiar brands of beverages in the world. As Coke is flavored mostly with caramel and sugar, the latter being such a controversial ingredient, the makers of Coke have long since began using artificial sweeteners instead of sugar.

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You admire and respect your personal trainer (hopefully). You hold in high regard, their wanton discipline, their discerning diligence and that oh-so dedicated punishment.

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If breakfast is truly the most important meal of the day, why do so many people casually skip it? According to recently published studies, breakfast skipping combined with fast food consumption rapidly and significantly increases weight gain in adults and teens.

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Working out will make you hungry. And with time and money increasingly rare, value-to-go is on everyone’s lips; those healthy and those not-so-much-but-sure-why-not? Here are my 10 top picks for healthy super foods that will curb your appetite without breaking the bank.

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Possessing superior health benefits, in a dimiunitive size, a superfood is relatively unknown, uncommon and often, incredbily inexpensive. Unconventional and unfamiliar, these five superfoods may only look peculiar but remain extraordinary:

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It takes “21 days to adjust to any major life change,” according to Dr. Maxwell Malts, in his book Psycho-Cybernetics. Habits included. Poor diet decisions, inactivity and skipping meals are all choices that have turned into habits, born from repetition and familiarity. Replacing bad habits with good ones, will take time. How much time? Guess.

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We do things out of desire and unfortunately moreso necessity. And these days, more than ever, necessity is another word for time and money.

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