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Caring for the whole person: Holistic personal training and corrective exercise programs

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13 Nov. 2011 Posted by Hannah Mich

Yummy Cranberry Muffins: A recipe you'll love

cranberry muffin recipe, organic cranberries, holiday recipes

Today I made some yummy [and healthy] cranberry muffins that are moist, sweet and have a hint of tartness that comes with fresh cranberries. I hope you love these as much as I do. The recipe is based on this recipe http://allrecipes.com/recipe/lemon-cranberry-muffins/detail.aspx.

Cranberry Muffin Recipe:

10 Nov. 2011 Posted by Hannah Mich

With the Good, Comes the Bad: Attacks on the occupy movement

#OWS, negative press, occupy movement, occupy everywhere, violent protesters

So In the past two days I have come across an article and a picture that depict the occupy movement very negatively. And although I do not think this movement is perfect, I think it is one of the best chances we have in empowering the people of this country and making real change. The article http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2011/11/occupy-hatred-gallery-of-ows-si... takes anything negative that has happened within the occupy movement and has used it to actually represent the occupy movement.

10 Nov. 2011 Posted by Hannah Mich

Being Green 101 Part II [tips for this holiday season!]

eco-friendly tips, winter tips, green living, holiday tips, christmas ideas

This list is an expansion of a blog I wrote a month ago http://akintogreen.com/blog/2011/09/15/being-green-101. These tips are useful when trying to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle. Green tips, such as these, and a shift in social responsibility will help make an eco-friendly lifestyle more of the norm.

  • Buy organic and sustainably grown produce. The sustainable part is especially important because even organic food can be produced using unsustainable practices.

9 Nov. 2011 Posted by Hannah Mich

Turning Point: Saying NO to the keystone xl pipeline

keystone xl pipeline, oil pipeline, tar sands oil, TransCanada

If you are like me, you have been hearing a lot of controversy about the keystone xl pipeline that is suppose to run through the heart of the United States to shuttle tar sands oil from Canada to the Gulf. As some people point out, there are already hundreds of thousands of miles of oil pipelines crisscrossing the U.S. - so why start objecting now to the creation of this particular pipeline? Well, I see it as a turning point for this country. Stopping the keystone xl pipeline sends a message and exercises our power as United States citizens.

6 Nov. 2011 Posted by Hannah Mich

The Last Word: A Response to "We Are Wall Street" Leaflets

#OWS, occupy movement, protests, chicago

On Wednesday October 26, 2011 "We are Wall Street" leaflets were dropped on the Chicago Occupy Protesters. You can find the full length of the note here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2055155/Occupy-Chicago-Michael-M...

Although I think the note was humorous more than anything else, I thought it would be just as fun and interesting to use the same format and write it from our [99%] perspective. And here is what I came up with.

2 Nov. 2011 Posted by Hannah Mich

You're Wrong, I'm Right! You're Dumb, I'm Smart

democracy, voting, communication, citizens, representation, cooperation

Whenever I read an article on the environment, politics or the occupy movement, I like to glance at the comments below the article as well. And it is amazing what many people say behind the protection of their computer and made-up username. Although I would like to believe that technology has improved communication, at times I think it has given us an excuse to communicate more like children than adults. Many people respond very emotionally: calling people names, making jokes at the expense of others and discrediting anything that does not jive with their point of views.

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