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Angela Tague
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As a little girl, I enjoyed discovering the plants on my grandma’s windowsills. Budding flowers, garden vegetable seedlings, leaf cuttings, and wildly long green vines all soaked in the afternoon sun. The most intriguing of all was the overgrown aloe vera plant—whose long pointy-tipped stalks were my grandma’s go-to for several home remedies.

Lately I’ve wanted to learn more about aloe uses, so I turned to healthcare professionals to get the inside scoop. Dr. Scott Schreiber, a chiropractic physician, certified nutrition specialist, and licensed dietitian and nutritionist, was more than happy to share some interesting facts about topical aloe uses that can get overlooked.

READ MORE: http://blog.tomsofmaine.com/topical-aloe-uses-for-your-family/

#goodmatters #choosehealthy #aloe #skincare +Tom's of Maine


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Food is powerful. I rely on a particular diet and exercise to manage multiple autoimmune conditions, so choosing (and understanding) what fuels my body is a top priority.

Each day I track multiple facets of my gluten-free vegetarian diet, including omega-3 fatty acids, vegetables, proteins, and sugar. When I first started documenting my nutrition, I had to learn a lot about various foods and the elements that make them healthy. Since I don’t eat meat or fish, I had to find new sources of omega-3s.

READ MORE: http://blog.tomsofmaine.com/omega-3-fatty-acids-vegetables-seeds-and-nuts-to-keep-you-healthy/

#goodmatters #choosehealthy +Tom's of Maine

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This worked for me!! Check out my latest article for Indy Life! :)

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Happy Friday to you!

I thought it might be helpful and interesting to some of my readers if I give a brief overview of the types of writing I do on a daily basis.

It can easily be broken into three categories: client work, business promotion and personal writing.

My career focus is on journalistic writing for magazines/newspapers and content marketing writing for businesses and brand name products/services. I work on contract with several marketing agencies and publishers to write blog posts, feature articles, columns, web page content, social media updates, reports and many other text-based content pieces and photographs. Many of these projects contain my byline (name), while some are considered ghostwriting. That means there's no name, or another person's name, on the text that I've written. Fun Fact: I was once the writer behind a pretty popular tech-industry CEO's blog posts, but I can't say who! You can browse my writing portfolio here: http://angelatague.skyword.com/

As a small business owner, I have to promote my writing services. I have a website called Web Writing Advice (www.webwritingadvice.com). It explains the type of work I do, has a link to my portfolio and contains a blog that is updated once a week with tips/insight geared at writers and marketers (my core audience). My website has a corresponding Facebook Page called Web Writing Advice.

I also enjoy writing for myself personally. Some of it is published on my lifestyle blog, Cupcakes and Yoga Pants (www.cupcakesandyogapants.com). I've maintained and written a personal health-focused blog for nearly eight years as a way to both cope with health issues and inspire others to take control of their health. The past two years my personal writing has gained interest from my marketing clients, so I've decided to start monetizing the site with sponsorships, affiliate partnerships and ads. Now it's technically a small, but growing revenue stream and part of my writing business too. My personal blog also has a Facebook Page called Cupcakes and Yoga Pants.

Have questions? Please ask!

#contentmarketing #writer #blogger #marketing #journalism

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At least once a year, it’s completely appropriate to break out the sombreros and maracas. Celebrating Cinco de Mayo at the office should become an annual tradition, even if it’s only for one reason: Tacos!

Feeling festive? We are! Here’s how to get your co-workers into the Cinco de Mayo spirit!

http://www.paperdirect.com/blog/2017/05/tips-for-celebrating-cinco-de-mayo-at-the-office/

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Truth bomb: Saving for retirement as an entrepreneur is difficult. As you prepare to launch a business, every cent goes into materializing your dream. Then, you wait for the moment you can pay yourself a reasonable wage. After a while, you make ends meet and want to put the extra cash into growing the business, whether it’s buying new equipment or attending professional training. In the excitement of it all, it’s easy to leave a gap in your financial future.

http://goindy.life/index.php/2017/05/01/my-saving-for-retirement-wish-list/

#entrepreneur #smallbusiness #retirement
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