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Working Hard or hardly working? by Florence F. Patient Expert Posted Tue 25 Aug 2009 5:23pm I thought I'd just post this as it is something that irritates me. I've never been a person who has asked for handouts, even with having a chronic illness. In grade 9, I made my Dad drive me to school so I can write an exam, inspite of the fact that I was terribly ill. My teachers told me not to worry about it, but I didn't want any handouts ... Read on »
Work’n Hard, Hardly Work’n by Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 Jul 2011 12:15am Today was probably the one day that I didn’t want to go to work.  This is a rare occurrence since I love my job.  It’s hard work most of the time, but when it runs you haggard, it makes it a bit harder to get out of bed, and not get back in it. I was surprised when I left yesterday morning and saw this on the dash… Whattttt??  Is ... Read on »
Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard. by Mary Ellen B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 10 Feb 2011 11:52am Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard Read on »
Working Hard or Hardly Working? by WardyBoy Posted Tue 16 Mar 2010 12:00am Good Afternoon, I thought I better add an update to reassure everyone that I continue to do well.  So well in fact that I have decided the Chemo isn’t working!  Of course, this is ridiculous; to have taken the hit of drugs I have and nothing to happen would be impossible. I just like to have SOMETHING to worry about. I am back in ... Read on »
DAY 2: It takes a lot of work to work this hard… by Jayson M. Posted Tue 26 Jan 2010 12:00am 10a Day two….ah, it only seemed like yesterday that it was day one! And how long ago it seems….(actually, I’m not joking). I’ve done A LOT in a couple of days. That’s probably the reason that busy people are so skinny…it takes a lot of work to work this hard. Yes, I know how redundant I just sounded by repeating something that was redundant ... Read on »
Blast The Body Fat: Work Hard, Work Smart and Eat Right by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:31pm There is a flood of information about weight loss out there in the marketplace. Some of it is just garbage. A general rule for you to follow with regards to weight loss is this: Don’t waste your money if the program offers a quick solution to your weight problem! Why? Because what you need is the permanent solution to your weight problem. ... Read on »
Substituting Hard Work With Weight Loss Supplements Doesn't Work by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:31pm 1 Comment In the commercialized world that we live in, we seem to want the quick solutions. Commercial weight loss programs always promise quick weight loss. Have you ever wondered why they never talk about fat loss? I'll tell you why. Because permanent fat loss takes longer and you have to really work hard and smart to achieve it. Pills, powders a ... Read on »
Effortlessly Perfect Girl: The Superhero for the Modern Woman [Working really hard to pretend like you don't have to work really by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 11 Sep 2013 2:02am Don’t get too excited – these are FAKES. But apparently the real Cronuts (which probably look and taste the same) are selling for $100 a piece in New York. All I can say is that if you pay that much money you better not pretend-eat it! Y’all the apocalypse is here: the impossibly tiny Victoria Beckham tweeted a photo of a box of ... Read on »
Work Makes Hard Work of Healthy Living, Survey Finds by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 7:34pm Note from Connie: Ah yes, it's a challenge most of us often face -- we know we need to get out from behind our desks and get moving, and better yet, eat healthy foods. But how the heck do we do all of that while at work? Karen James brings us news about a survey, which brings us some dismal news. Our workplaces aren’t the most conducive t ... Read on »
Fixed Link for Yard Work is Hard Work by Doug K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 05 Mar 2010 8:05am My last post had a busted link to a prior article...sorry about that. This one works: click here Read on »