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“After we had our daughter, I had post partum depression really, really bad. We were leading two separate lives where we were more like roommates than husband and wife,” shares Danni. “We had communication and intimacy issues and we definitely needed counseling. We didn’t want to get a divorce and we needed help.”

For two weeks, the five couples live together in a mansion and work with coaches and husband and wife team Jim and Elizabeth Carroll, founders of Life Enrichment and Marriage Boot Camp, as well as counselors Dana Hamman and David Bishop.

The boot camp directors put the couples through a series of exercises and drills especially designed to test and strengthen their bond. In the first episode, the couples have to select bricks labeled with issues, such as “intimacy,” “disrespect” and “jealousy,” that pertain to their marriage.

Later, the couple was placed in a boxing ring and asked to demonstrate how they handle said issues at home. Other exercises include eulogizing their partners during a lifelike funeral and participating in lie detector tests.

Danni described the exercises as “extremely intense” and said they forced the couples to think about what would happen if they went through with a divorce.

“They weren typical or conventional exercises, but they do make you realize a lot about yourself and your partner and how you handle different situations,” says Marlon, who feels the experience gave him a different perspective. “I definitely do believe that boot camp has made our marriage stronger.”

For brides to be, Danni has a few words of advice: “Don be a bridezilla. It not worth it,” she says. “Yeah, you stressed out. But it such a beautiful day, that at the end of the day, if the person you want to marry is standing at the altar waiting for you, that all that matters.”
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Man hospitalised with serious face and neck injuries from hedge trimmer in CambridgeshireEnquiries showed that the man had been contracted to cut hedges12:06, 18 NOV 2016Updated12:13, 18 NOV 2016Ambulance Vehicles and East of England Ambulance Service. (Image: Keith Jones)

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A man suffered serious face and neck injuries while using a hedge trimmer in Cambridgeshire and hospitalised.

Police and paramedics were called to Ugg Mere Court Road, Ramsey Heights after the man was badly hurt, it has emerged.

The incident happened just after 10am on Tuesday (November 15).

A force spokesman said: “Police needed to attend to clarify the details of what had happened. Enquiries showed that the man had been contracted to cut hedges at the address and had been standing on boarding when the accident occurred,
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possibly slipping or the boards giving way. He was taken to hospital by ambulance and treated for lacerations.”

An East of England Ambulance Service spokesman said: “We were called at 9.50am on Tuesday (15th November) after reports that someone had suffered serious face and neck injuries in an incident in Ramsey Heights.

“An ambulance and rapid response vehicle attended to provide care to the man, thoughts to be in his 50s, before taking him to Peterborough City Hospital for further treatment. Thankfully his injuries aren’t thought to be life threatening, and we wish him the very best for his recovery.”

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That’s the sort of forgiving advice found in her latest book, “Slim for Life: My Insider Secrets to Simple, Fast and Lasting Weight Loss” (Harmony Books).

“It’s my softest approach to weight loss,” said Michaels, a wellness coach to whom the word “soft” is seldom applied.

After all, she is famous as the drill sergeant trainer on NBC’s “The Biggest Loser,” a 5 foot 2 inch force of nature who doesn’t hesitate to throw her tautly muscled weight around.

But during this recent breakfast she seems different from her “Loser” persona. Clad in jeans, sweat shirt and Ugg boots, her hair pulled under a newsboy’s cap, she could pass for half her 39 years. She is animated, high rev. But no way overbearing.

“I wanted to write a book where you felt like I was sitting right there with you,” she said, a vision of reassurance seated across the table, “providing a simple solution for every problem or complaint I’ve ever heard.”

Fitness is too time consuming, complicated, costly, inconvenient, plus I’m hungry all the time Michaels has heard every excuse from the audience for her website, weekly podcast and speaking engagements.

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If some of this stuff gets a little technical (she prescribes workouts complete with calories per minute burned for each exercise), Michaels also packs the book with simple no brainers: Eat before you head to the party so you’re less tempted by those fatty hors d’oeuvres. Nix foods tagged with “danger words” like smothered, loaded, tender, deep fried and creamy. At the supermarket, avoid the center aisles (high trafficked destinations for junk food, she warns) in favor of the store perimeter, where fresh foods are likely to be stocked.

For imbibers who aren’t satisfied with the occasional red wine (pretty healthy in moderation), she even offers recipes for low cal cocktails.

“I’m going to show you exactly what you need to understand, exactly what never to do, and what it looks like in your life,” she said. “This is never going to be easy. But it’s never gonna be easier than this.”

Growing up, physical health wasn’t something that came easily to Michaels.

Her dad was overweight, she said, “and one of the ways that we spent time together was through food: ‘Let’s go get a pizza.'”

Her parents went through what she calls an ugly divorce when she was 12, which only hardened her image of herself as “a fat kid, a loser, someone who deserved to get picked on.”

But a few years later she got hooked on martial arts. She had long felt like an outsider in school and most everywhere else, a feeling heightened by the fact that she was gay and hadn’t yet accepted it. But here in the dojo she was part of a community. She felt supported. She blossomed.

“I always identify with the underdog, and I think that’s one reason I feel fine yelling at them,” she said. “I feel like I’m yelling at a peer: Take responsibility, own this situation and bring your best. A 26 year old advertising account coordinator from Wheeling, Ill., Danni has lost 95 pounds under Michaels’ dogged coaching and has guaranteed herself a slot as a finalist.

“You found yourself and you just soared,” Michaels told her last week in a voice choked with emotion, “and you became everything that I had hoped you would be.”

Michaels returned to “The Biggest Loser” this season after a two year absence. Her reasons for coming back included “a whole new group of producers I really trust and like,” she said. “Besides, it’s a heckuva platform.”

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My DD was complaining to me that she doesn’t have things “as nice” as the other girls in her school, etc etc etc. I buy her clothes from Justice (using the 40% coupon and, of course, clearance); she has nice shoes, nice sneakers, nice boots. She has a lot more than I ever dreamed of having when I was her age. (at her age, I never ever got anything new. everything I had was either from the thrift shop or old hand me downs from mother’s friends kids I don’t think I ever wore something that was brand new until I was on my own and working)

She’s complaining becuase she doesn’t have Uggs or a Coach bag and then proceeds to tell me that the “popular” girl in her class has a bunch of clothes from Juicy Couture, 5 Coach bags, Ugg boots, etc.

I refuse to shop in a store like “Juicy” that charges $68 for a t shirt and a couple of hundred for a sweat suit or warm up suit or whatever they want to call it.

I happened to be at the school last week for a meeting and it was dismissal time What did I see? Almost every girl had “real” Ugg boots and about 85% of them had real Coach bags. Ugh!

I’ve taught my daughter about the value of money and how you can spend “x” amount of money at Juicy for 1 or 2 items OR you can spend that same amount at Justice or another store and get 2 or 3 pair of jeans, a couple of skirts, a few tops and a lot more. I guess at 11 years old and seeing the “popular” ones with their expensive designer things, whatever I say isn’t going to make much of a difference.

Anyone else have this problem with their pre teen? What do you do or say?

Give her her entire clothing allowance (including for shoes, underwear etc) at the start of the school semester or year. Explain to her that that money must last the entire semester (or year). If anything gets ruined or lost or outgrown it must come from that allowance. She may very well decide to blow it all on one pair of shoes. When she outgrows her jeans and is stuck wearing whatever she has that still fit several days in a row, she might regret those shoes. He received some money for some event and decided that’s what he wanted. Life is all about choices. Part of growing up is learning and understanding what those choices are and what all has to be taken into consideration.

ETA this will only work if you stick to your guns and don’t feel sorry for her and buy replacement clothes. Also, it is really important to get her understanding of where you are with this. It just gets worse when girls are having huge 16th birthday parties, new cars and expensive prom dresses. If you cave now, you’ll be paving the way to more whining and expecting to be placated.

I can only imagine these silly “Sweet 16” parties! I don’t know if that’s such a huge deal around here, though. I never really hear about them or see ads for them or anything.

I’ve already put my foot down about the expensive clothes and have told her that if she wants something from Juicy, that’s all she’s getting. Same thing at Christmas when she was bugging me for a Wii. I told her if I got her the Wii ($200) and 2 games ($120), that was ALL she was getting for Christmas (other than my yearly Hershey’s Kisses Candy Cane that I get her).

I really have to stick to this, you’re 100% right. Even at the outlets, the Uggs are regular price and the Juicy stuff is only about 10% off. I couldn’t even afford it if I was inclined to get it for her. LOL!

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etc etc etc. I buy her clothes from Justice (using the 40% coupon and, of course, clearance); she has nice shoes, nice sneakers, nice boots. She has a lot more than I ever dreamed of having when I was her age. (at her age, I never ever got anything new. everything I had was either from the thrift shop or old hand me downs from mother’s friends kids I don’t think I ever wore something that was brand new until I was on my own and working)

She’s complaining becuase she doesn’t have Uggs or a Coach bag and then proceeds to tell me that the “popular” girl in her class has a bunch of clothes from Juicy Couture, 5 Coach bags, Ugg boots, etc.

I refuse to shop in a store like “Juicy” that charges $68 for a t shirt and a couple of hundred for a sweat suit or warm up suit or whatever they want to call it.

I happened to be at the school last week for a meeting and it was dismissal time What did I see? Almost every girl had “real” Ugg boots and about 85% of them had real Coach bags. Ugh!

I’ve taught my daughter about the value of money and how you can spend “x” amount of money at Juicy for 1 or 2 items OR you can spend that same amount at Justice or another store and get 2 or 3 pair of jeans, a couple of skirts, a few tops and a lot more. I guess at 11 years old and seeing the “popular” ones with their expensive designer things, whatever I say isn’t going to make much of a difference.

Anyone else have this problem with their pre teen? What do you do or say?

We do not allow our kids to have every ridiculous thing out there, but we do allow them to have SOME of them as gifts. When it comes time for a birthday gift or hanukah gift we let them know what kind of “budget” they will have and they can choose a gift within the budget. If the thing they want is more than we are willing to spend we give them the cash and allow them to save for the item they want.

We have boys and they have wanted ipods and laptops. We have given them cash and let them save their money for the items they want. When my parents/in laws ask what they want and it’s something expensive they usually get cash and save for whatever they want.

The only thing we have said NO to, no matter how much they wanted it was expensive shoes. I agree that really expensive shoes for a kid whose foot is growing quickly are just a total waste of money. As far as a Coach bag, or a Juicy Couture outfit, I would allow it as a gift but continue to buy more reasonably priced goods.

FWIW I still have a Coach bag my parents bought me when I was 16 (I’m 44). They last forever. I think the boots are a total waste of money. The Coach bag, while extravagant, is at least useful.

My son went to one last night that was just out of control. The parents rented out a club in downtown Fort Lauderdale on Saturday night from 8 midnight. One of the mothers at wrestling told me that the party was $5,000 over the original budget.

My son said the party was fun.

You don’t really have to go nuts with a Sweet 16 party just because other people do it. From the look of the house I dropped my son off at, the people who had the house party could have afforded more, but chose not to go that route.

I’ve already put my foot down about the expensive clothes and have told her that if she wants something from Juicy, that’s all she’s getting. Same thing at Christmas when she was bugging me for a Wii. I told her if I got her the Wii ($200) and 2 games ($120), that was ALL she was getting for Christmas (other than my yearly Hershey’s Kisses Candy Cane that I get her).

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This is genius! Ineeded help for my Biology Ap i need to construct the skeletal system and this is great again thanks!! 😀

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what is the average density of real bone?

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Nice instructable. Like you said in step 4 be careful with the plaster, mother mold. Just like a matrix mold if there is not enough latex/silicone/flexible medium between an undercut of the original/casting then you can have the mold seize. Use thicker layers to help even out the undercuts,
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Sometimes its good to put a channel or two for the mother mold of plaster to make sure the latex sits correctly.

I’m planning an RTV silicone instructable to do the same thing but for larger undercuts(because we can’t all afford shore 20 pourable silicone/polyurethane). We will see if I ever get around to it 😛

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Technicians atMr. Holland’s Heating and Airare trained to educate their customers. The owner, Steve Holland, knows a good customer is a smart customer.

“You can stick your arm down in there and snap a picture and the light from the camera will illuminate all the debris. So it’s kind of a little trick,” Holland said.

Depending on the size of the house, Holland says cleaningall the air ducts can cost between $500 and $1,000. So when Holland got a call with an offer to clean his home’s ducts for $35 he knew something was wrong.

“They tried selling me!” Holland laughed.

To make it worse, Holland wasn’t the only person getting the call. Representatives from the company had also been calling his customers using his name.

“There’s somebody calling saying they have this deal on an air conditioning service and duct cleaning and they were posing as your company,” Holland recalled his customers telling him.

Holland, of course, wanted to meet them face to face. So he set up an appointment with this company.

“I booked it, but they didn’t show up,” Holland said.

They may not have shown up for Holland, but they did show up for Debbi Brehm. Brehm even shot video of representatives from the company at her home.

Brehm wants to know more about this company. Representatives showed up to her house in an unmarked white van. Brehm’s family also owns a heating and air company.

“I said ‘are you local?’ She said ‘yes we’re local.’ I said ‘so you come from Oconomowoc?’ which she couldn’t pronounce. Andshe said ‘yes we do. We’re local.’ I said ‘great, let’s set up an appointment,'” Brehm recalled about her phone conversation.

Debbi’s mom, Judy Schulte, was there for theappointment too. Schulte spoke directly with the crew that showed up to her daughter’s home.

“I just kind of played along with them and when I told them I wasn’t too comfortable with that $35 that didn’t sound right and he said, ‘well, you don’t have to if you don’t want to,'” Schulte said.

Schutle and Brehm didn’t want the service. So the crew packed up their van and left. But not before Brehm noticed something on the van.

Duct cleaning crew that showed up at Debbi Brehm’s home.

“It was an Illinois license plate. So you’re not local at that point,” Brehm said.

The duct cleaning company isn’t from Wisconsin. In fact, it’s based in the northwest suburbs of Chicago and has a bad rap.

The company has an F rating with the Better Business Bureau prompted by complaints with their service, advertising and billing. It goes by several names including, First Duct Cleaning, International Duct Cleaning, Green Heat Services and more.

No matter the name, officials with local companies want the calls to their customers to stop.

“I would like to see them get caught,” Schulte said.

“You’re frustrated. You’re angry. And then you’re like, ‘what can I do about it? How can I stop this?'” Holland said.

As a customer, you can do your part and be smart. Before booking an appointment, ask questions to learn more about the company.

“What’s the name of your company? What number can I call you back at because in case I want to reschedule?” Holland suggested.
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CAMDEN POINT, Mo. history, Mark Hill still meets friends for morning coffee at a local convenience store.

And that Camaro sports car Hill considered buying with his winnings? He got a pick up truck instead.

While some lottery winners fritter away their fortunes or meet tragic ends, not much has outwardly changed for Mark and Cindy Hill since they won half of a $587 million Powerball jackpot in November. They netted $136.5 million in a lump sum payment after taxes.

are very conservative people, said Walt Stubbs, a friend and former high school classmate of the Hills. are doing some really nice things for the community and they taken care of their family. Hills are giving money to civic projects in Mark Hill hometown of Camden Point, Missouri, and still live in nearby Dearborn, Missouri, as they did before winning the jackpot.

The Hills will pay for a new Camden Point fire station and ball field and gave the town more than $50,000 to buy land for a new sewage treatment plant that will eventually allow residents to give up individual septic tanks, Mayor Kevin Boydston said.

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Stubbs, chief of the area volunteer fire department, said the new station is planned to connect directly to main roads, a major improvement on the current fire hall, which does not have quick access to highways.

a situation where if we had to do it ourselves, it would take 25 years, Stubbs said.

The winning couple graduated from North Platte High School in Dearborn and have donated to a scholarship fund at that school.

The Hills, in their early 50s, told reporters at a news conference after winning the lottery they would stay in the area and give a lot of the money away. Mark Hill quit his job as a mechanic. Cindy Hill was out of work at the time.

real proud of them, said Shirley Hill, Mark Hill mother. have stayed grounded. That their nature. CAN BE A BURDEN

History is replete with lottery winners whose lives have gone sour after becoming rich.

The National Endowment for Financial Education cites research estimating that 70 percent of people who suddenly receive a large sum of money will lose it within a few years.

In 2002, Jack Whittaker already a millionaire won $315 million in a lottery in West Virginia. Just four years later he claimed to be broke. Whittaker gave away millions of dollars, but people also stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from him and he lost a granddaughter to a drug overdose.

Last year, Urooj Khan died just two months after winning $1 million in the Illinois lottery, from what initially appeared to be natural causes. Toxicology tests run at a relative request found cyanide poisoning. Police are now investigating his death as a homicide.

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Most ordinary people who come into large sums of money become victims of their own lack of financial savvy or discipline, McNay said. People also come under great pressure from friends, relatives and a host of others wanting money.

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may change, they may not work any more and they have the freedom to travel, Goedde said. if they clipped coupons before winning the lottery, they will do it after winning.
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Poyser was caught red handed Thursday as he drove a van packed with boosted name brand goods destined for his own boutique in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, law enforcement sources said.

More than $130,000 in designer duds and accessories were seized from Poyser’s van and the shop he opened nearly a year ago, a law enforcement source told the Daily News. Maxx: Poyser’s discount store on Church Ave. in the East Flatbush section of Brooklyn was allegedly stocked with goods stolen from a Maxx store in Long Island. (Joe Marino/New York Daily News)

“Even the racks and the displays came from the Oceanside store,” the source said.

Poyser of Brownsville, Brooklyn, turned fashionistas into Maxxinistas by offering rock bottom prices on the allegedly boosted merchandise. What he didn’t sell at the store, he hawked on eBay, the source said.

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Fashionable $129 Ugg boots could be gotten from Poyser for $50.

“I paid $5 for a pair of $54 Crocs,” the customer said. “If I had known it was all real, I would have bought everything.”

These prices are a steal: Goods like this Michael Kors handbag, which sells for up to $200, were going for a fraction of their retail price, one customer of Poyser’s East Flatbush shop said.

While he didn’t hang a shingle, Poyser told customers he named his store Excade Boutique. Maxx labels, the source said. And he was protective of his purloined property, making sure he wired up high end security cameras to eye his front door.

Fashionable $129 Ugg boots could be gotten from Poyser for a mere $50.

The retailer’s own investigators launched a probe and caught Poyser on videotape stashing clothes, shoes, purses and luggage in the back of the store, the source said. They also watched him pull his van up to the back door after closing and load up.

On July 28 and Aug. 3, the store sleuths tailed him to the East Flatbush store and watched him unload the loot. Then they went to the Brooklyn district attorney’s office, which sent undercover officers to his store.
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this is a good idea, however, there are a few issues with killing all power to electronics that should be remembered.1. computers : if i recal correctly, the BIOS battery is only under load when the computer is unplugged. Therefore, killing power to the computer would shorten the life of the bios battery (which is needed for power outages, upgrades, and moves) a dead BIOS battery can be a real bummer when they’re soldered in, or in an impossible clip, and your power goes out2. stereo equipment on most equipment, clocks and presets are dead without standby. if not, your running a battery (or using non volatile memory, which is rare). In the long run, you’re creating hazardous waste by killing batteries prematurely. 3. TV say goodbye to channel programming and time. I’d hate to reset those everytime i wanna watch tv.4. everything else wall warts / cheap transformers are your biggest waste, in my experience. separating those out and switching only those would save almost as much electricity (imho) without the frustration. unless you have wall warts for any of the above devices. the best solution would be a less wasteful transformer to replace all your wall warts. I’ll see what I can do.
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