Ability and Accountability By Richard Haddad firstname.lastname@example.org Accountability is fast fading into ambiguity in a world filled with political correctness, self gratification and parents unduly pressured by fears of damaging self-esteem in their children.
This local blog hosted on dCourier.comCareer Advice By Neil Frazier email@example.com Neil Frazier writes about trends in the job market, resume improvement, cover letter advice and interview tips. He is a masters level career counselor and internationally certified as a Career Management Practitioner (CMP) by the Institute for Career Certification International. He has also been recognized as a National Certified Counselor (NCC) through the National Board for Certified Counselors.
Dye, Grey, Dye! By Salina Sialega firstname.lastname@example.org Funny, stupid or inspiring stories on the topic of people experiencing a midlife crisis or people carrying out their bucket list. Some personal stories, some about local people I know and others I have discovered as I shuffle through this strange journey myself.
Health in Motion By Cheryl Van Demark, PT Cheryl Van Demark is a registered Yoga teacher, Yoga therapist and physical therapist with a Masterís degree in physical education and exercise science. She has enjoyed over 25 years of helping individuals optimize alignment, restore movement, build strength and cultivate a balance in body mind and spirit to pursue joyful living.
The Chino Book Junkie By Rob Rumfelt, Chino Valley, AZ An exploration of books and ideas, paying close attention to the book scene in the Chino Valley and greater Prescott area, especially events and activities in our local library.
Nikki's Journal By Nikole Hahn, Chino Valley, AZ email@example.com Book reviews, journaling, interviews and guest posts from authors, special columns like the latest, "Touring Arizona Coffee Houses: Havens for Writers," etc.
Quad-City Creatures By Heidi Dahms Foster A local blog all about pets and pet activities in the quad-city area.
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