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Simplify Your Morning Routine with a BB Cream

April 13, 2013 by Crystal Schwanke  
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What would you say if you found out you could take care of your moisturizer, skin treatment, sunscreen, and makeup all at one time? You could hit the snooze button an extra time or two thanks to no longer needing to apply a product, wait for it to soak in, then apply another, and another. [...]

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Fayetteville Nurse Wins Battle Against Colon Cancer

March 28, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
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Fayetteville resident Beth Phillips, RN, was only 47 when she was diagnosed with stage four colorectal cancer, making her three years younger at the age of diagnosis than the recommended age to start colonoscopy screenings. “People assume when they hear the words, ‘colon cancer’ that it is a disease that only affects older adults,” said [...]

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Take Financial Steps Before Walking Down the Aisle

March 20, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
Filed under Weddings

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Even before the ceremony, an engaged couple should take time to sit down and get serious about finances. Newlyweds need to take control of their finances or else the walk down the aisle will only lead to a rocky financial future. In a marriage, it’s important for newlyweds to realize that they are making a [...]

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Your Post-Baby Bloom: 9 Resolutions for Renewal

March 10, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
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Your Post-Baby Bloom: Nine Spring Resolutions for Renewing and Refreshing Yourself If the winter winds have been howling outside (while your baby is howling inside), you might be experiencing a touch of the winter blues. After several weeks or months of caring for your new arrival, it’s easy to become stuck in a rut of [...]

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Heart Health Matters: An Interview with Dr. Bukola Olubi

February 18, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
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Dr. Bukola Olubi is a cardiologist at Piedmont Fayette,who graciously allowed us to interview her in honor of heart health month.   Q.         Why did you choose to go into Cardiology? A.         As a medical student, cardiology appealed to me. I was absolutely fascinated with everything related to the heart.   Q.         What do you [...]

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Free Journaling Workshop at Fayette Library Feb. 16th

February 13, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
Filed under Things to Do

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The Fayette County Public Library invites the public to register for a free journaling workshop for adults and high school students on Saturday, February 16 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Titled “Explore Your Possibilities and Let the Rumpus Begin,” this three-hour hands-on educational session is presented by Pamela Byrd, a certified life coach and owner [...]

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A Healthy Heart is a Happy Heart

February 12, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
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February is American Heart Month. Do yourself a favor and incorporate these simplified ways of doing everyday tasks to save energy for active recreational activities that keep your heart healthy. UTILIZE BODY MECHANICS. One of the easiest ways to save energy is to use your body correctly. This means distributing work over several sets of [...]

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Caring for the Caregiver

December 6, 2012 by Fayette Woman  
Filed under Seniors

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Being a caregiver for someone with a serious illness or chronic condition isn’t easy. There are a multitude of demands on your time, energy, and resources (and in the privacy of your own mind, you might even amend that to too many). Between doctors’ appointments, dispensing medication, helping the ill person complete daily tasks, managing [...]

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How to Combine Discounts to Save a Bundle

October 1, 2012 by Fayette Woman  
Filed under At Home

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I recently found myself plagued with the decision to replace an expensive appliance: the refrigerator. The existing one just wasn’t cutting it anymore but I knew this big-ticket buy would make a serious dent in our bank account. When the time came to pull the trigger on this pricey purchase, I took on the challenge [...]

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Squeaky Clean Tips to Simplify Your Laundry Routine

September 20, 2012 by Fayette Woman  
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(Family Features) If it seems that you can never quite diminish the size of your laundry pile, you’re not alone. Laundry is a part of everyday life and the more people in your household, the bigger the pile and the more often you need to wash. Designate one place in your home to be the [...]

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19 Strategies for Replenishing Your Emotional Energy

September 14, 2012 by Fayette Woman  
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You’re a modern woman…which means you’re barely surviving. You work yourself to the bone for ever-diminishing returns, thanks to the rising cost of everything from gas to food to health insurance. Meanwhile, you serve as cook, maid, shrink, tutor, and handyman at home. When life’s little “emergencies” crop up—a broken water heater, a toothache, a [...]

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The Art of Saying No

August 13, 2012 by Fayette Woman  
Filed under Etcetera

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By Dr. Travis Bradberry John Gailbraith’s housekeeper was a whiz when it came to saying no. One day in 1965 the noted economist was taking a nap when President Lyndon Johnson called his home. “He’s taking a nap and has left strict orders not to be disturbed,” his housekeeper told the President. Johnson replied, “Well, [...]

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