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Lifestyle
by footloose
7 years ago
Name Changing Takes Some Effort

You may be armed with what you think are the correct tools for name changing, but beware of the unwritten rules that change frequently. A name change after divorce proves challenging.

Lifestyle
by footloose
7 years ago
Top 10 Almighty Government Agencies

There is such an assumption of knowledge when it comes to government. Occasionally it is worth taking a reality check on just what all those government agencies are and how they work.

History
by footloose
8 years ago
Cave Paintings: Visual Talk

Who were the artists that gave meaning to the beautiful cave drawings found around the world? What are some of the possible reasons the art was created? These questions are explored here.

Lifestyle
by footloose
7 years ago
Are Social Ethics Dead?

Ethics issues are taking shape in a big way in the world. The "Arab Spring" was the beginning of the social ethics outcome (my term) from a ruling class that dismissed cultural relativism. That is part of the description of the moral analysis of what transpired. What should be, wasn't, and the people made changes. Now, in the United States there is a growing protest about the outcome of the economic downfall - an anti-greed protest of sorts by the Occupy Wall Street protesters. A sign seen in a protester's hand reads, "Evict Congress."

Lifestyle
by footloose
9 years ago
Boomers Finish College: Why This Boomer Finished

May 10th, 2008 was my official boomers finish college day. I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis on English and Sociology. At 58 years of age this was no joke. It was more than a milestone for me. It...

Auto
by footloose
8 years ago
Take an AARP Driver Safety Course

All drivers, any age can benefit from the AARP Driver Safety Program. It is billed as,"The nation's first and largest classroom refresher for motorists age 50 and older." Yes, it is geared for the 50 and older group, but any age is welcome,...

Travel & Places
by footloose
8 years ago
How to Renew a US Passport

Renewing a US passport is quite a detailed experience. The rules do change occasionally, so be sure to stay well informed before your due date, and do renew by mail if possible.

There are two passport items to know about. One is a passport book and the other is...

Lifestyle
by footloose
6 years ago
Beginners Guide to Research - Part 2

Research counts, so a beginners guide is always important to remember for tools to use. Surprisingly enough, some of the research tools mentioned are often overlooked, like use of an atlas, or an almanac.

Health
by footloose
8 years ago
4 Ways to Self Help

It's easier than ever to enter the self help journey. The information highway has allowed for many great self help programs to be available for everyone. Some are free, and others are costly, but I have...

Technology
by footloose
8 years ago
Two Star Stories: Constellation Stories

Have you ever attempted to crack open the celestial vault so the star stories finally make sense? I have found that the more I read about the different constellations, and become a watcher of the skies from different time perspectives, the more those constellation stories...

Lifestyle
by footloose
9 years ago
New Grandma Faith: Grandma-hood Experience

I recently traveled from Colorado to New Zealand. My stay was 6 weeks because my daughter asked me to experience grandma-hood that long. Tickets weren't booked for a few months after the request because I wanted to be absolutely sure that she wouldn't change her mind about the lengthy...

History
by footloose
7 years ago
October Revolutions

The Bolsheviks October revolution in 1917 eventually led to the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. They didn't want to be Soviet induced communists anymore.

Health
by footloose
9 years ago
Homeopathic Cure: Heel Traumeel

A strange car accident (I was hit about six times from the rear in a line of slow moving traffic) sent me searching for pain relief with all manners of medicine. A chiropractor helped me immensely, and re-assured me that he "majored in car accidents." I was...

Technology
by footloose
8 years ago
Astronomy: An Old Science and Popular Outdoor Activity

Astronomy(stargazing, sky watching, observing)may well be the oldest outdoor activity that man continues to enjoy. Ancient cultures have been found to have observatories for the sun, moon and other celestial objects viewed.

Lifestyle
by footloose
9 years ago
Centering Prayer Leads to Centered Living

An early meditational, devotional Christian practice has been revived to a current practice now called Centering Prayer. Three monks from St. Joseph Abbey in Spencer, Massachusetts headed the revival. Thomas Keating, Wm. Meninger, and Basil Pennington are credited with the modern emergence of the practice.

The great thing...

Health
by footloose
9 years ago
How to Snap Out of Bad Mood

Remember that song, "Don't Worry Be Happy" by Bobby McFerrin? Although it could become borderline obnoxious, the tempo and simplicity of it was very upbeat. The possibilities of it putting a smile on your face are great, maybe a laugh or two will come out of a...

Lifestyle
by footloose
8 years ago
Celebrate World Book and Copyright Day

April 23rd is also known as International Day of the Book to those who celebrate World Book and Copyright Day. It is meant to promote authors, readers, publishers, and protection of intellectual property by copyright. The global holiday is an occasion for renewing...

Sports
by footloose
8 years ago
Hiking Around Ashcroft, Colorado Ghost Town

Colorado ghost towns, like others are in danger from vandalism and natural consequences. So, visit Ashcroft, Colorado ghost town for a treat.

History
by footloose
8 years ago
Snowmass Excavation Reveals Prehistoric Critters

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH

Imagine the surprise of a construction crew that uncovered a mastodon tooth at a reservoir just outside of Snowmass, Colorado. Not exactly cowboys and Indians revealed by turquoise trinkets and bullets, more like mammoths and mastodons revealed in tusks, femurs, sockets, teeth,...

Travel & Places
by footloose
7 years ago
Travel Therapy: A Book Review

If you have a desire to travel, even if you cannot afford it in the present economy, this book is for you. It is chock full of travel therapy trips and information to soothe and enlighten your needed therapy!

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