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Amanda Bullock / January 23,2023

9 myths and misconceptions about success (and 10 ways you can succeed)

Amanda Bullock / January 22,2023

The Very First Time Marlena Evans Died On Days of our Lives

  • Out of the Days of our Lives Past
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  • Dr. Marlena Evans has passed away on Days of our Lives…again. When you’ve come back from the dead as many times as Doc has, it’s hard to get worked up over yet another (temporary) trip to the pearly gates. However, the very first time fans thought this had happened, it nearly started a riot.

    Out of the Days of our Lives Past

    In the words of The Golden Girls’ Sophia Petrillo, “Picture it…Salem, USA…1982.” A strangler is haunting the sleepy Midwestern town…with its own dock and international airport. Lorie Masters, Denise Peterson, and Mary Anderson were already dead. Renée DuMonde just barely escaped with her life.

Amanda Bullock / January 09,2023

6 Ways To Explore The Benefits Of E-Liquid

Amanda Bullock / December 17,2022

New program helps teen girls with weight issues – thechart.blogs.cnn.com

Being obese can be a very isolating experience, and losing weight can be difficult for anyone, particularly for a teenager. 
A new study, funded by the National Institutes of Health, finds that teenage girls gained less weight, ate less fast foods, improved their body images and had more family interaction over meals, after participating in a six-month program designed especially for teenage girls.
The program involved weekly peer meetings, consultations with primary care providers and separate meetings for their parents.
Conducted by Kaiser Permanente, the study is the first to report long-term results from a weight management program designed specifically for this age group.  In previous programs, younger children, teens and family members were included. This one was designed for teen girls only.

Amanda Bullock / December 12,2022

How 3 top brands provide social media customer service and support

Amanda Bullock / December 10,2022

Bringing young people out of the cold this winter

Bringing young people out of the cold this winter
  • ABOUT YOUNG DEVON
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    Turnstyle Designs recently donated to the local charity Young Devon to help aid a renovation project. This project is to help house young, venerable people in North Devon and avoid them being out in the cold this Christmas.

    A young people’s charity in Devon; Young Devon offer services to local vulnerable young people, to help them thrive in their future. Every day, in towns and communities across the county; Young Devon provide counselling and wellbeing support, skills training and employment advice, and accommodation placements for young people at risk of homelessness.

     

    Each night, Young Devon provide over 100 safe beds to young people who have nowhere else to turn, through their Accommodation services. With donations towards the project, Young Devon have been able to complete one more property that two young people can call home.

Amanda Bullock / December 05,2022

Tributes paid as last remaining Dambuster dies aged 101

Tributes paid as last remaining Dambuster dies aged 101

 

She said: “We would appreciate your respect for our privacy in this family time.”

Johnson was the last remaining member of a famous RAF squadron that famously destroyed two key German dams in a Second World War bombing raid.

John Nicol led tributes for “Johnny” Johnson, who died at the age of 101.

“Very sad to learn that the “Last Dambuster”, Sqn Ldr Johnny Johnson, has died aged 101,” he wrote on Twitter.

“His WW2 generation sacrificed so much, yet asked nothing in return.”

He added: “I was privileged to share many a bottle of his much-loved red wine.

“The nation has lost a true hero.

“Blue skies Sir.”

Amanda Bullock / November 28,2022

London, Ont. moves closer to renaming Paul Haggis Park – London

London, Ont. moves closer to renaming Paul Haggis Park – London

 

There was no debate on Tuesday as city councillors in London, Ont., endorsed a move to rename Paul Haggis Park and remove all references to the park’s current name from the city’s website.

London, Ont. moves closer to renaming Paul Haggis Park – London

It comes after a U.S. jury ordered the London-born screenwriter and film director to pay at least US$7.5 million in compensatory damages to a woman who accused him of rape.

Days later, Haggis, 69, was ordered to pay an additional US$2.5 million in punitive damages, for a total of US$10 million, or about C$13.3 million.

Amanda Bullock / November 27,2022

Twitter drops COVID-19 misinformation policy

 

Experts in misinformation and science communication fear Twitter’s decision to no longer enforce its COVID-19 misleading-information policy will further silo users and create an environment rife with the content the policy aimed to curtail.

The tool, brought on during the pandemic to help people find reliable information, has been quietly shelved.

Since January 2020, 11.7 million accounts have been “challenged” under the policy, likely meaning they received a message their tweet was misleading or inaccurate; while 11,230 accounts were suspended and 97,674 pieces of content were removed, according to Twitter.

“The world has changed dramatically since this pandemic was first declared a public-health emergency,” reads a section on Twitter’s transparency website.

Amanda Bullock / November 27,2022

Moda Hove Central reaches highest point in major redevelopment

Rental living pioneer Moda Living’s Brighton & Hove neighbourhood ‘Moda, Hove Central’ has reached its highest point as guests celebrated the milestone and enjoyed spectacular views from the top. 

Moda is regenerating the former Sackville Road Trading Estate into a thriving new multigenerational neighbourhood of more than 820 new homes, 564 of which will be build-to-rent apartments. The neighbourhood will include six new buildings, with more than 60% of the 8.8-acre site covered with new landscaped green spaces, pedestrian routes and public realm. 

The neighbourhood is part of Moda’s prime multi-family joint venture with investment manager Apache Capital, and the first to be funded by KKR.

The new homes, 10 per cent of which will be affordable and managed by Moda, will cater to all ages and requirements, ranging from studio apartments to three-bedroom homes and boast views of the sea, the South Downs and Brighton and Hove. 

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