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Mara Clemente
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I am your inquisitive mind, adventurous, hyper, gypsy-spirited woman. Live, love, laugh had been a divine Trinity throughout my life.  Of course, one is not deprived from ups and downs in life, but I have to say I am most grateful of my path so far.
I have three blessed children, whom I have the privilege to mother... Divorced twice, not that I carry too much baggage for that matter... I strive for half glass full.  I truly believe the Universe answers your requests, so wish carefully.
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Lifestyle
by Mara Clemente
2 years ago
10 Reasons Puerto Rico Needs to Get Rid of the United States

Much has been said about how the United States drags Puerto Rico and how much this island cost the mainland, yet a closer look into this political relationship in which Puerto Rico stands as a colony, still the last colony of the planet, and the United States reigns supreme over Puerto Rican shores, proves otherwise. In 1898 United States acquired Puerto Rico as part of the Treaty of Paris, putting a halt to the Spaniard New World Empire and to Puerto Rico's recently started government.

History
by Mara Clemente
2 years ago
Adolfina Villanueva: Black Puerto Rican Woman victim of police brutality

About Adolfina Villanueva Osorio and her battle against the system that finally took her life over her only place to be. Adolfina died fighting for what was rightfully hers. Today her memory fades away from most residents of her natal community in Loíza. This year, a special event takes place so Loíza residents many of them for the first time, will be made aware of the life and achievements of Adolfina Villanueva.

Business & Money
by Mara Clemente
4 years ago
Running from Facebook- trying

Good riddance Facebook, or see you in a month anyhow. The social media giant grows steadily in spite of its numerous privacy violations accusations. For me it was more about stealing my spotlight, privacy is overrated, but at least let me shine with my organic audience.

Business & Money
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
Personal Finance Education Starts With a Penny

If you could take a penny and duplicate the amount by itself on a daily basis, you'd become a millionaire in a month. Incredible but true.

Lifestyle
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
How to Fail in Order to Achieve Success

In another article I related the importance of abiding by the rules when it comes to institutions as well as setting rules at home with proper discipline in which the children will become aware of the consequences of their actions. Healthy lifestyle result from proper balance.

Lifestyle
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
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I Don't Care if You're the Teacher! Do Not Mess With My Son!

It is impossible, lunatic, to pretend our children to be respectful in public when the truth of the matter is we behave like savages when nobody is watching. And children are a pristine reflection of what goes on between those walls.

Environment
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
2012 World Disasters: Beyond San Francisco Earthquake

How many disasters have occured since the beginning of 2012? When will they ever end? Is this a sign? Should we be ready? Or is it time to stop the madness?

Lifestyle
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
All You Need to Know to Be the World's Greatest Grandparent

If you really want to be the best grandma in the world, this is a must read.

Lifestyle
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
Puerto Rico Needs Honest Leaders, not Fortuno

For some, the Governor of Puerto Rico, Luis Fortuño-Burset has done a stellar job in stabilizing the island's economy. For others, he had used his political status to further his political and personal aspirations within the Republican Party.

InfoBarrel
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
February 2012 Report for CrazyGata

First Performance Report for CrazyGata. February 2012. $16.83 so far in Adsense. Still awaiting on Chitika approval. Life is good as long as there is a keyboard and electricity.

Health
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
Do Something Productive, Go to Sleep

The United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported in 2010 that 25 percent of Americans experience occasional sleep deprivation. The American Psychological Association warns about teens becoming "zombies". Lack of proper sleep can be fatal.

Entertainment
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
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A Pocket Guide to Everything Karaoke

The Japanese word literally means "empty orchestra". "Kara" comes from "Karappo", and "Oke" derives from "Okesutura". There is a legend that it originated in the city of Kobe in 1868. It found is way to the United States during the 80s. Karaoke is the great phenomenon of musical entertainment worldwide... a fad that just won't go away.

Health
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
All You Need to Know About Coconut Water

The reason why coconut contains good cholesterol is because its main component, lauric acid, a medium fatty acid, breaks easily into the fatty acid monolaurin. This natural immune booster, also known as glycery laureate is a monoglyceride surfactant found in mother's milk, it is claimed to be effective against the H1N1 virus.

Lifestyle
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
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Brief Reviews on Selected Wisdom Literature

Wisdom is one with the elements and is present in everything. Some see, some don't, but is there, it takes wisdom to recognize wisdom. The solution, the exit, the chance, all right in front of you, inside of you. The treasure in our own backyard. It has no religion, no branding, no belief and no cult. Although very valuable, wisdom is both free and priceless. There is no price for wisdom because it is free.

Health
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
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Public Health at Risk for Drinking Soda

HFCS bypasses the digestive system and goes directly from the small intestine to the blood stream, preventing the pancreas from releasing insulin to manage glucose levels. Without insulin the brain doesn't know if the body is still starving. HFCS goes from the small intestine to the liver where is converted in fat without warning the pancreas. The perfect formula for obesity as well as diabetes.

Health
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
How to Make Sure Your Children Have a Good Time at the Dentist

Good experiences with the dentist promote a livelihood of good dental care in the adult years. Good oral habits is the best legacy one could leave for the family. Sound dental care calls for health and wealth.

Health
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
The Water Treatment and Dr. Masaru Emoto

The reason why our bodies produce histamines is to conserve water. Anti-histamines control the histamines, but do not address the dehydration issue that triggered the production of histamines, therefore causing allergies. Again, allergies are mainly caused by histamines, produced by the body as a defense mechanism to conserve water.

History
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
The Book of Proverbs Copycats

Earliest accounts for the Bible Book of Proverbs are between the tenth and sixth century BCE. Yet during the 70s epigraphist Giovanni Pettinato and archaeologist Paolo Matthiae unearthed clay tablets inscribed with cuneiform writings containing almost the exact texts of what centuries later became the book of Genesis, the Book of Proverbs, the Great Flood, the Book of Psalms and many segments from the Old Testament, including the Book of Kings and Revelations.

Entertainment
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
The Rock Rocks! "Journey 2 The Mysterious Island" is a Must See!

Review for the movie "Journey 2 The Mysterious Island" with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Luis Guzmán and Michael Caine. Produced with a budget of 79 million, the film has proven a blockbuster with 2 billion plus in revenues since its release date February 10, 2012.

Lifestyle
by Mara Clemente
6 years ago
"South of the Border" Documentary Review

South of the Border raises questions on where does the real war is taking place. Is it in the field, or right here right now, as one is trying to influence another?

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