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How to Reduce the Risk of Falling for Older Adults

As individuals enter the elderly stages of life, the risk and consequences of falling greatly increases. That probably does not surprise anybody, but what is surprising is that most people are not taking the necessary steps to ensure safety. Below are a few questions and precautions to take into consideration concerning an individual who is […]

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Paula Mack

Want Success? Try the Law of Probability

Welcome to 2018! This is the time of year to lift our heads out of survival mode and reset that compass and tweak our life course to match our goals. What is success to you? The definition of success is clearly not the same for everyone, and I can attest, they change over time. I’d […]

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T Paul Thomas

How Will You Treat Me After I Resign; Does it Matter?

As a manager, one of the worst things we can hear is, “I’m quitting” from one of our employees. Our immediate thought is that we are already over-worked and understaffed. Then we start thinking about the hassle of recruiting, and trying to find someone qualified to accept the pay for the cost-of-living that exists. Let […]

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Meat: The Other Vegetable

Over the Thanksgiving holiday, my daughter arranged for us to take a tour of the University of Arizona slaughterhouse in Tucson to see where her adorable little 4H lamb went to die after being sold at the county fair. Her goals were to understand the process of killing and packaging domestic livestock animals as well […]

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What to Consider When Purchasing a Firearm

Once you have made the decision to purchase a firearm, there are many things to consider before you buy. There are many aspects and features available on the variety of firearms available for purchase and having working knowledge of these features will greatly assist you in determining which firearm is right for you. Do you […]

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Coral Evans

Addressing Minimum Wage in the New Year

Hello Flagstaff and welcome, 2018! There are a couple things in store for this New Year that I’d like to take a moment to address. As many of you know, the minimum wage went up with the beginning of the year across Arizona to $10.50, and in Flagstaff, it climbed to $11. This is a […]

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Personal Wellness, Balance Might Be Easier Than You Think

“People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing, that’s why we recommend it daily.” ~ Zig Ziglar   To achieve and maintain personal wellness, we need more than motivation. Wellness requires a daily “personal” commitment. Wellness is much more than physical health, exercise and nutrition. It is the integration of everything in our lives […]

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