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Book Review – The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz

four-agreementsThe Book, The Four Agreements, is a trans-formative book by Don Miguel Ruiz.  The book reveals the source of self-limiting beliefs that rob us of joy and create needless suffering.  It is based on ancient Toltec wisdom.

Join us for this episode as we discuss the Four Agreements.

When I first read this book, it made so much sense.  It is a short and simple book to reads and is like a story.   While small, it contains a very valuable message.  Mastering anyone of The Four Agreements would improve your life drastically.

Don Miguel Ruiz was born in Mexico and is the youngest of 13 children.  He originally attended Medical school and became a surgeon.  He realized one day that what needed to be healed was not only the physical brain, but the human mind as well.   he realized that the ancient Toltec wisdom of family was all the tools needed to change the human mind. He returned to his mother to finish his training and became a Shaman.

The Four Agreements was published in 1997 and was a New York Times bestseller for more than 7 years.

The Four Agreements are:

1. Be Impeccable with your Word.  Speak with integrity and say only what you mean.  Don't speak badly about yourself or gossip about others.

I have always believe the 2 most powerful words we have are "I am....".  What do you say to yourself following the 'I am'?  We often follow that with something that puts ourselves down.  Instead start your day creating a powerful intention for yourself using "I am.....".  For example, I am happy, I am successful or I am peaceful.

I noticed years ago I used to say, 'I am so sick and tired of such and such behavior.'  Well pretty soon - I did start to become in reality sick and tired.   I quickly changed my language and become don-miguel-ruiz-shimpeccable with my word and began to say what I meant.

2. Don't Take Anything Personally.   Nothing others do is because of you.  What they do and say is a projection of their own reality.

So simple and so powerful this concept.   Don't be easily offended and realize that every person on the planet speaks their own language and filters through their experiences of life.

3.  Don't Make Assumptions.  Find the courage to ask questions and express what you really want.  Communicate clearly to avoid misunderstandings, sadness and drama.

Become a true scientist and ask questions.  Look at your world and your relationships and ask.  Don't assume meaning behind words and action.  What a word means to you, will mean something different to another person.  Your knowledge is based on what your experiences have taught you they mean.  A simple sigh can be an indication of I'm tired or I'm really frustrated.  Ask and find out before you assume.

4.  Always Do Your Best.  Your best will change from moment to moment and it will be different in different circumstances.  Just simply do your best.

My father taught me to work the same for a dime or for $20 an hour, that I should always do my best.  Remember everyone on the planet is doing their best also.  Look at the world without judgement.  Avoid self-judgement, self-abuse and regret.

As you try to live these agreements you will most likely find resistance in the mind.  Don't get frustrated as you go through a transformation.  There are years of habits and history and family patterns.  Be kind to yourself and work on becoming aware.  December is a time we focus on giving gifts to others.  Give yourself and your community a great gift this year by embracing these for traits.

Kally and Mark for webWe have tools at Indigo Mountain that can help.  The LifeLine Technique and the EVOX are terrific at facilitating transformation.

Get the book if you don't already have it.  If you do, read it again.  Enjoy the program.


Kally and Mark

Holidays Around the World

holidays-around-the-world-clipart-holidays_around_the_world_21Does Santa wear a big warm suit for Christmas in the land down under?  The Holidays around the World are celebrated by nearly everyone at this time of year.  Many countries have their own unique twist.  This weeks radio program talks about the celebrations around the world.  Click here to listen to this weeks show.

Listen to the show and take a fun holiday tour in the comfort of your home.  You'll find some interesting facts on why the Chinese give red apples at Christmas, even thought they don't celebrate Christmas.

Not everyone celebrates Christmas but there are many festivals and traditions all over the globe.

In many parts of Europe, Krampus, an half-goat, half-demon creature is the answer to kids who are not good.  Krampus is a Pagan relic that was surpressed by the Catholic countries as Christianity spread.  Krampus swats "wicked" children.  Children dress up on December 5th which is known as Krampus Night.  December 6th is Nikolaustag or St. Nicholas Day when many children look outside their door to see if their shoe contains a present a reward for good behavior.

Our modern Christmas Tree comes from the country of Germany.  Advent Wreaths are very common in Austria and Germany.   Most towns will have a Christmas market from November to early December selling decorations and food.  Most towns will have a large Christmas tree in the town square.   The famous Christmas carol Silent Night was written in Austria.

When America was first settled by the Pilgrims, Christmas was not openly celebrated.  And it took years for the Christmas tree to even catch on.

In Belgium people will normally celebrate Christmas Eve with close family and eat the main meal on Christmas Eve.  It will be many courses.  They will also give small presents.  Many go to midnight mass.  A traditional Christmas breakfast is the same as a normal Sunday breakfast.  New Years day is a big deal.  On the 6th of January you would celebrate Epiphany and the 3 wise men.  Children dress up as The Three Wise Men and go from door to door to sing songs.  People will give money or sweets.

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Traditional Christmas is not celebrated in Japan, but the Christmas holiday is celebrate by most Japanese eating at.....Kentucky Fried Chicken.  You will need a reservation at least 2 months in advance.   News Years Eve and Day is celebrated and is one of their biggest celebrations - being celebrated for 5 days.

In China on Christmas Eve is celebrated by the giving of red apples.  Stores will sell apples wrapped up in pretty paper.  This is due to the translation from English to Chinese for Christmas Eve - it sounds similar to red apple.  Chinese New is one of the big holidays in this country.  You will also find a huge Harbin Ice Festival that lasts for 3 days.

In Taiwan, most children know about Santa Claus and will sing Christmas songs.  Christmas parties are found, but it is not a national holiday.

Israel will be celebrating Hanukkah, an eight day festival of light and celebrates the triumph of light over darkness.

The biggest celebration in Sweden is S. Lucia's Day on De2014-12-18 15.11.29-1cember 13th.  She was a young Christian girl that was martyred for her faith in 304 AD.

Norway gives a big Christmas tree to the United Kingdom every year as a thank you for the help they gave during World War II and stands in Trafalgar Square in the middle of London.

In the Ukraine people may decorate their trees with spider webs.  This is from a legend of a poor family.  The spiders heard their cries and during the night decorated their tree wit webs and then they turned to gold and silver.

In Spain and most South American countries, most people go to midnight mass.  They will eat their main meal on Christmas Eve before the service.  After the midnight service, people walk through the streets carrying torches, playing guitars and beating on tambourines and drums.  They have a saying, "Tonight is the good night and it is not meant for sleeping."

Many countries including Spain celebrate December 28th as the Day of the Innocent Saints.  It is a lot like Aprils Fools Day in the USA.  They will try to trick people.  This is in remembrance of the babies that were killed on the orders of King Herod when he was trying to kill the baby Jesus.

On to News Years Eve in Spain and you will eat 12 grapes at the stroke of midnight.  They represent the coming months.  Then off course January 6th or Epiphany is the 12th night after Christmas and is the festival of the three Magic Kings.  Many gifts are opened on this day.  Children write letters to the Kings on Boxing Day - December 26th asking for toys and presents.  They even leave a bucket of water out for the camels.

Mexico will celebrate Christmas from December 12th until January 6th.  From December 16th until Christmas Eve, the children perform the 'Posada', they re-enact Mary and Joseph looking for room.  A pinata will often a part of the festivities.  It has a 7 point star to represent the 7 deadly sins.   Mexico is where we get the poinsettia flowers.

The Irish will leave a candle burning in the window to let Mary and Joseph know there is room.kwanzaa

Kwanzaa is a celebration of Family, Community, and Culture.  It is a week-long celebration held in the United States and is based on 7 core principles.  It was created in 1965 as the first specifically African-American holiday.

Thanksgiving to Christmas 2012 104Our American Christmas celebration is a collection of traditions and Holidays around the world.

Check out the radio show - Holidays Around the World.  Follow Your True Colours Magazine and Radio Programs on Facebook.

What is your favorite holiday tradition?  Please share.

We wish you a Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year and Happy Holidays!

Kally and Mark

The Ins and Outs of Cruises and Resorts – Eating Healthy on Vacation

YTC Dec2104If you are stressing for the holidays or in a cold environment, check out our December 2014 issue.  We have a magazine loaded with tips for Cruises and All inclusive resorts and so much more, like eating healthy on vacation.  Take a break from the hustle and bustle, pour yourself a nice cup of warm tea and browse through our magazine.  We thank you for all your support, our readership is growing.

Look for tips from the editor on Family Traditions.  We love our family traditions and family night, it helps keeps our family close and connected.

On page 39 you'll find a fabulous article on Yoga - and some tips to help you during the holiday season.  What I love about this article - it is a real person doing yoga, it makes me feel like I can do it.

Some expert advise for 'Millennials' and professional appearance.  And Carolyn has a great article featuring a Your True Colours Transformation.

Ever wondered why cruises are so popular?  Check out page 17.  Or learn about All-Inclusive Resort Vacations on page 29.

You'll find our Wellness column on page 45:  Eating Healthier on a Cruise, and it applies to an all-inclusive resort as well.    Most people just expect to gain weight on a cruise, but following the tips and suggestions in the article many people actually can lose weight.  Cruises really want to serve your needs and if eating healthier is what you want, they provide lots of options.

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Do you have some tips to share?  Let me know what your tips are for taking a cruise or just going on vacation and maintaining your weight.

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Great Places to Visit Tour Los Angeles

There is so much to do in the greater Los Angeles area that we had two parts to our radio show: Get Real! with Mark and Kally - tour Los Angeles.  As two people that grew up visiting Los Angeles and later in life, living in L.A., we definitely know our way around. When visitors came, we usually did the obligatory trips to Disneyland, Universal Studios and the beaches, but there was so much more to show. Here are the highlights from our show with links to each attraction for more detailed information.

Paramount Ranch (located in Agoura Hills near Malibu Creek State Park)
A piece of Hollywood history, western town and great hiking!

Venice Beach Canals (25th Street and Venice Blvd.)

Scenic Venice Beach Canals

Museum of Jurassic Technology (9341 Venice Blvd., Culver City)
Weird, strange and unorthodox museum with a great tea room.

The Wende Museum (5741 Buckingham Pkwy., Culver City)
A free cold war museum best seen by appointment for a full tour.

Star ECO Station (10101 Jefferson Blvd., Culver City)
Exotic rescued wildlife with hands-on animal encounters. Open only Saturdays and Sundays.

Exposition Park (South of I-10 off the 110 Harbor Fwy, LA)
LA Memorial Coliseum, Natural History Museum, California Science Center, Rose Garden, and California African American Museum.

Cabrillo Marine Aquarium (3720 Stephen M. White Dr., San Pedro)
Intimate aquarium with nearby tidepools and historic buildings.

U.S.S. Iowa (Berth 87, Los Angeles World Cruise Port Terminal, San Pedro)
Explore a naval battleship at the west coast's only battleship museum!

Los Angeles Maritime Museum (Berth 84, San Pedro)
Over 700 ship models and many other related exhibits in an historic ferry terminal.

Point Fermin Lighthouse (807 W. Paseo Del Mar, San Pedro)
One of the oldest lighthouses on the west coast!

Balboa Island (55 Newport Fwy to Newport Blvd. to Balboa Blvd., Newport Beach)
Awesome ferry ride, ferris wheel, great food and arcades.

Balboa Island


Christ Cathedral (12141 Lewis St., Garden Grove)
Breathtaking architecture, fountains and gardens.

The Christ Cathedral


Hsi Lai Buddhist Temple (3456 Glenmark Dr., Hacienda Heights)
Step in the orient and explore the temple grounds, museum and dining hall.

Los Angeles C0unty Arboretum & Botanic Garden (301 N. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia)
An oasis featuring endless gardens and peacocks.

Huntington Library (1151 Oxford Rd. , San Marino)
Iconic gardens, matchless art, total peace!

The Huntington Library

Forest Lawn - Glendale (1712 S. Glendale Ave., Glendale)
Cemetery of the stars, unbelievable art and architecture. Take time to explore. 

Griffith Observatory (2800 E. Observatory Rd., Griffith Park, Los Angeles)
Amazing views including the Hollywood sign and the stars!

Griffith Park Observatory

Griffith Park Train Rides (4400 Crystal Springs Dr., Los Angeles)
Ride twice around Travel Town on a miniature train.

Walt's Barn (5202 Zoo Dr., Los Angeles)
A homey replica of Walt Disney's man cave with interesting displays.

Old Griffith Park Zoo (Griffith Park Dr. and Crystal Springs Rd., Los Angeles)
Abandoned zoo enclosures make for fun exploring!

Old Griffith Park Zoo

El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument (125 Paseo de la Plaza, Los Angeles)
Travel back to the roots of one of the world's greatest cities.

La Brea Tar Pits (5801 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles)
Prehistoric replicas and boiling tar, what more could you ask for?

La Brea Tar Pits

The Original Farmer's Market (6333 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles)
Food stalls, eateries, vendors and produce in an historic setting.

Hollywood Walk of Fame & Chinese Theater (Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles)
Get caught up in the glitz of Hollywood and great people watching!

Skirball Cultural Center (2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles)
Playful Noah's Ark and other kid friendly displays full of imagination!

The Getty Center (Sepulveda Blvd. and Getty Center Dr., Los Angeles)
LA's premier art gallery, not to be missed!

The Getty Villa (17985 Pacific Coast Hwy., Pacific Palisades)
The rest of the Getty collection from the Stone Age to the Roman Empire.

Don't forget to explore for yourself. There is much more to see and do! If you need ideas or more information to tour Los Angeles, contact us. Happy travels!

Your True Colours Magazine – Gratitude

November 2014 magazineWe certainly appreciate all your support in launching our magazine for real people and about real issues.  Our readership is climbing.  So keep sharing.

This month's magazine is full of wonderful information from gratitude, getting the right pair of sneakers, natural fragrances, and of course fashion and make-up tips.  It seems that hats for both men and women are quite fashionable.  Get to know a musical group called:  The Fellas:  DeltaCapella.  I always love the pictures in the magazine, and this month features a lot of great looking hats.

We are the featured article for November with our article on Gratitude, see page 19.  Expressing and experiencing gratitude opens the heart and activates positive emotion centers in the brain.  Gratitude has been shown to improve your emotional and your physical health.

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You'll find four daily practices for increasing gratitude in your life.  Dr. Darren Weissman said, "We all have experiences that we are not thrilled to have and are painful.  But these challenges are really gifts in very strange paper.  If we receive them with gratitude, we grow."  You can check out his book entitled:  The Heart of the Matter:  A Simple Guide to Discovering Gifts in Strange Wrapping Paper.  Several years ago I participated in a gratitude experiment for one month and it changed my life.

What you focus on, grows.

Click here for the November 2014 Your True Colours Magazine.

Don't forget to catch us on the Your True Colours Image Radio Network on Blog Talk Radio with fascinating shows on fashion, laughter, travel, wellness, and more.  The Get Real with Mark and Kally program is on Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. central.  Check the schedule for times and future shows.

What article did you enjoy?  How has gratitude affected your life?  Please share your comments below, we'd love to hear what you have to say.

A Kally editedI'd like to express my gratitude to you, our readers, and our customers.  I'd also like to thank all my mentors and my family.  We are here because of you.


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Small Business with Guest Kevin Peck

Kevin PeckWe are honored to have Kevin Peck, Director of the Small Business Development Center at Eastern Arizona College join us as we talk about the importance and value of small businesses.

The Life Blood of economy and communities is the small business.  There are many that believe the way to save our local economies is to support the small business, especially your local businesses.  When you do, you are supporting families who will more likely earn better wages as a result.

Small businesses drives the U.S. economy, and they are the largest retail employers in the U.S. economy.

You cannot overlook the role of small businesses if you want to understand the current state of the U.S. economy. Never underestimate their power; small business owners are entrepreneurs and innovators, and, most importantly, support the vitality of our communities.

Catch our show here

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Shop local and support your local economy.  When you shop local, more money stays in your local economy.

The Saturday after ‘Black Friday’ has become “Small Business Saturday”, November 29, 2014.

We participate in Small Business Saturday with contests, specials, and fun.   Follow our business on Facebook and keep up with all we are doing.

Small Biz Woman of the year award 1Join us for an interesting conversation with Mr. Peck about why it is so important to support small businesses.

We've certainly learned a lot about the value and importance of small businesses in this economy from operating our own business.

Click here for a link to our show with Kevin Peck.

Kally was recently honored by her peers in business.  She received the Gila Valley Small Business Woman of the Year for 2014.  Get more details from the Eastern Arizona Courier newspaper article.  She was honored to have been nominated by Irene Schmoller, an excellent business woman who runs her own small business: Cotton Clouds.

The nominees for 2014, Small Business Woman of the Year.
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Kally delivering her acceptance speech via Skype and an iPad.

This is not a popularity contest, but a real look at how we operate our business and support our local community.  In true form how small businesses have to adjust, she received her award via Skype while in Missouri on business.   An iPad was plugged into the sound system and Kally delivered her acceptance speech.


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Stress Less This Season and Enjoy Some Delicious Herbal Tea

I've got two great radio programs to share with you and they are actually related, for me anyway.  When I sit and enjoy a delicious cup of herbal tea, I relax and unwind a bit and the stress melts away or at least I don't think about the things causing stress for a few minutes while I enjoy my tea.

Female Wearing Christmas Hat by imagerymajestic at Freedigitalphotos.netThe first show broadcast on October 22, 2014 - "Stress Less During the Holidays".

For many the holidays mean sickness, stress, depression and lots of busyness.  We've got 10 tips to help you stress less, so take a listen.

Fall kicks off the holiday season helping us transition to the busyness that can dominate this time of the year.  Fall is a time to let go and clear out the clutter and negativity.

If you find yourself dreading the whirlwind of the last quarter, then tune in with us and learn how you can make the most of fall and the holiday season.

One of my keys is from KISS - Keep IT Simple and Special for the holiday and all year really.  You don't have to be brilliant, super crafty, witty, or any other trait you see shared all over the media and internet.  You just need to be you, and you are special just as you are.  Share the good times and moments with those you care about.

If you want to read more about managing stress during the holidays, check out my article on Your True Colours Magazine, page 37.

Chinese Style Herbal Floral Tea by KEKO64The second show aired on November 5, 2014 - "All About Herbal Tea or Rather Herbal Infusions"

Personally, I love sipping on herbal infusion, especially as the weather cools down.  In fact as I'm updating the blog - I'm drink a nice warm cup write now.

Many people think they don’t like herbal tea/infusions, but they have probably not enjoyed a good cup.  Tune in and learn all about the traditions of tea, types of tea and how to get a good cup.  There is nothing I love more than visiting a friend in the afternoon and enjoying good conversation, relaxation and a delicious cup of herbal tea.

Find out which tea has more antioxidants than green tea, making it the super star of tea without caffeine..... I'll give you  a hint, it comes from South America.

And, by the way, herbal tea is really an herbal infusion.  Green tea is really green tea infusion.  Join us and find out why.

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The Hows and Whys of Essential Oils

DSCN0967This week on Get Real! with Mark and Kally - The Hows and Whys of Essential Oils,  Essential Oils 101.  Learn how to use these amazing remedies in your daily life.  Aromatherapy is a multifaceted healing art which uses the essential oils of aromatic plants and trees to promote health of body and mind.

We are not selling a MLM company selling essential oils.  Kally has been using essential oils for over 15 years.  She started buying them in bulk from their source to get the best quality available.  Pretty soon, family and friends wanted the same great oils.  For over 10 years now, Kally has been a great source for pure essential oils and great information.  She regularly teaches classes on using them and supports a Facebook group - Scentsations, to help people learn to use the oils better.

Essential oils are a wonderful tool for the body, but not the only tool.  They should be used with caution and knowledge.  It is not advisable to use them in large quantity or to take them internally.   Women who are pregnant or for use with DSCN2982small children should seek professional advise.

Check out what our customers are saying about our experience with essential oils.

We are having a 20% off sale for pre-orders on selected essential oils.  Click here if you are interested.

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Kally and MarkWhat is your favorite essential oil?  Please share.

My favorite, Rose essential oil.  It is expensive, but to me so worth it.  When I smell its heavenly scent, it takes me back to my childhood.  My grandmother always had roses and they were not only beautiful, but smelled amazing.  When I smell rose, it makes me feel happier.

Mark and Kally

We are not diagnosing or prescribing.  Please seek professional help when dealing with illness.  We are presenting some safe practices and historical information on the use of essential oils.

Awakening to The Secret Code of Your Mind, Manifest Your Desires

Awakening_book_CoverThis week on Get Real! with Mark and Kally - Awaken to The Secret Code of Your Mind; join us for a conversation about how you can become a master of intention and manifest your desires.

What if you could, like a diamond forged through heat and pressure, transform every painful, scary, and stressful experience in your life into one that  is meaningful, courageous, and inspiring?  What if you had tools that would allow you to tap into and manifest the true power that exists within you - the power to shine?

My friend and my mentor, Dr. Darren Weissman wrote a fascinating book, Awakening to the Secret Code of Your Mind, Your Mind's Journey to Inner Peace.DrDarrenWeissmanHiRes2  He is the author of several books and is the developer of the LifeLine Technique, an advanced holistic system that discovers, releases, and interprets the root cause of physical symptoms and stress - emotions trapped within the subconscious mind.  His mission is world peace through inner peace.

Kally is a Certified LifeLine practioner and has been using the LifeLine for over 8 years.  she is also a teacher of the 1-2-3 Plan for the LifeLine technique. Kally's mother's story with the LifeLine is featured in Chapter 5, Preparing the Road to Peace.  Many of her friends, including Kally have amazing stories of transformation through the LifeLine technique and awakening to their Secret Codes of their minds.  Find out how you can manifest your desires and become a master of willing to change unlock potential

The body has in incredible potential to heal.  So listen in to the program and pick up a few tips.  And if you are interested, Kally does LifeLine sessions in person and over the phone or Skype.  It really is something you need to experience.  She has many happy clients, including other LifeLine practitioners.

Listen to this weeks radio program and come try a LifeLine session for yourself.  Mention this radio program and get $10 off a LifeLine Session with Kally.

Check out what our clients are saying about the LifeLine Technique.  Share your experiences with us below.

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Your True Colours Magazine October 2014, Tips for Holiday Stress

Oct Mag coverThe October edition is packed full of great articles,  from tips to dealing with holiday stress, men's fashion and the musician feature about our daughter, Angela Efros:  An American in China by Sherry O'Connor on p. 119.    Angela's advise:  "if you IMG_1909have a crazy idea that you want to try, a trip around the world, a book, whatever, don't try to rationalize your way out of it.  Really, what is the worst thing that could happen if you try?  And then you realize that it's a lot less scary than you think it is, just go for it."  You can read more about her experiences in the magazine.

Female Wearing Christmas Hat by imagerymajestic at Freedigitalphotos.netYou'll find our wellness column on page 37:  Wellness:  Stress Less for the Holidays.  Fall is now in full swing and the days are getting shorter.  Fall is the time of harvest, and we prepare for winter and the holidays.  In Chinese medicine, autumn is represented by metal, and is a time to clear out negativity and let go like the trees let go of their leaves.

In the article you'll find 10 easy steps that can help you make the most of fall and the holidays with less stress and sick time.  Then I share with you my tips that I have learned.   Let nature guide you this season, let go of some of your expectations and busyness this year.  Turn inward and plan for relaxing days ahead.  Let go of waste and old and be open to new experiences.  Breathe in deeply the crisp autumn air and feel energized.  Then when the holidays come, you'll be more refreshed and have clarity of mind. Check out my article for your great tips to deal with holiday stress.

Other articles:

  • Men's Fashion for the Holidays
  • Best Main Street in America:  Collierville, TN (it is a pretty special place - we've been there many times ourselves).
  • Using Talent to Have a Happy Career
  • Organic Grown Cotton
  • No Bake Nutella Cheesecake
  • Fun Unique Gifts
  • and much more

Click here to get the Your True Colours October 2014 Issue.

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