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Ancient or New Age? The Paleo Diet

Posted January 18, 2014 By Mila Smith

Could our ancestors hold the key to good health? For most of us, after the holiday rush dies down, we turn an inward eye on the self–or more specifically, the body. It’s normally part of your New Years resolution to lose a few pounds and we all dream of ways to do it. One of the most trending diets right now on google is called the Paleo Diet. Basically, if the cavemen didn’t eat it, neither should you.

What Is The Paleo Diet?

“The Paleo diet is the healthiest way you can eat because it is the ONLY nutritional approach that works with your genetics to help you stay lean, strong and energetic! Research in biology, biochemistry, Ophthalmology, Dermatology and many other disciplines indicate it is our modern diet, full of refined foods, trans fats and sugar, that is at the root of degenerative diseases such as obesity, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, depression and infertility.” – Robb Wolf (Source: robbwolf.com)

Check out what Dr. Minich has to say on the Huffington Post:

“Where did all this talk about the Paleo diet originate from? Some of the earliest publications on Paleolithic nutrition were from anthropologists Eaton and Konner in 1985 (1). Eaton specifically defined the (Read more…)

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Japanese Photographer Goes Back in Time

Posted January 16, 2014 By Mila Smith

If you could place yourself back in time, where would you go? Most likely to your childhood days, when things were freshly colorful and joyous, right?
That’s what this Tokyo-born photographer did with her space-time warp power–she digitally put herself in her old childhood photos–this time, as an adult.

Read what Yahoo News has to say about her venture…

Chino Otsuka is “harnessing the power of her digital art skills to travel back to her childhood. [She] places a current photograph of herself next to (Read more…)

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Projecting Success

Posted January 12, 2014 By Mila Smith

Obtaining success isn’t always a straight path. Intuition can go a long way in virtually every career path, business endeavor, and personal goal. By projecting success, you can not only change your self identity, but also shape the way others see you.

it’s true that we live in a vain, sometimes superficial world. Without becoming “worldly” we can use this to our advantage. here are some of Cufflinksman’s tips for projecting success.

Dress Smart.

Remember that it’s all in the details—the angle of your shoes, the seam in your pants, the quality of material of your blazer or jacket, the precision of your shave, the quality of your (Read more…)

 

5 Songs You Should Know for 2014

Posted January 11, 2014 By Mila Smith

Radio: Lana Del Rey

Something about her Billie Holiday-esque voice brings you into her swirling world of underground NYC, drugs, (Read more…)

 

Why Failure Isn’t Always A Bad Thing Weekly Words of Wisdom

Posted December 19, 2013 By Mila Smith

In life, there are constant setbacks. We try and sometimes we inevitably fail. Every single moment we exist, there’s a moment for opportunity and failure. This is just the ebb and flow of life. But for the success-driven few, failure simply isn’t an option.

Especially when the stakes are high, you’re bound to lose at one point or another. Most successful businessmen and businesswomen are propelled by an insatiable drive to succeed in their field—and sacrifices will ensue.

The trick is to not be afraid of failure. Sometimes failing at a task, a business deal, or situation can bring more learning, enlightenment, and connections than “success” can. Failure should never denoted “badness,” simply that it didn’t work with those ingredients and approaches. Instead of fearing losing or failing at something, embrace it and learn from it. But alas, this is not an easy feat, especially (Read more…)

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