#TechThursday Social Media and Online Reputation Trends

July 31, 2018

Happy #TechThursday friends! It’s been an exciting week for us here at Revinate. We hosted a global webinar on social media action planning for 2014 that had over 1,600 registrants sign-up for as well as extended coverage of our native mobile app for reputation management to Android and iPad mini devices. We’ll soon be adding lots of new content to our website that support both of these topics, so stay…

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How Trauma Damages a Child’s Developing Brain

July 31, 2018

I recently finished reading the novel, Before We Were Yours. It is based on a true story about the Tennessee Children’s Home Society and its Director, Georgia Tann. Ms. Tann, a prominent member of society, created a network of police, doctors, and social workers to kidnap newborn, infant, and young children of parents living in poverty but loving and caring for their children, along with a network of judges and politicians…

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Tips for Hoteliers: Shopping for Mobile Solutions

July 31, 2018

If you have ever returned to your house after realizing that you left your mobile phone at home, you proved just how valuable your phone has become in your day-to-day life. Now, imagine going on a trip, either for leisure or business, and leaving your mobile device behind. The scenario is impossible to imagine, right? It just wouldn’t happen.  We rely on our mobile phones and tablets during travel to…

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How to 10X the Likelihood of Completing Your Next Big Project

July 31, 2018

According to Bob Proctor, you have a 95% chance of making personal change happen if you make a plan and set a specific time to share your progress with someone. At the opposite end of the spectrum, you only have a 10% chance of making a change if you say “that’s a good idea” to your next inspirational brain wave without doing anything else. Now think about it, how many…

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Visiting Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry: Things To Know Before You Go

July 30, 2018

No trip to the renowned musical city of Nashville is complete without a visit to the crown jewel of country music venues, the Grand Ole Opry. Being one of the top tourist attractions in Nashville, the Opry hosts hundreds of thousands of patrons every year, meaning that no matter what show you attend, you can expect a full, energy-filled, house. While Nashville may be the country music capital, the stage…

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What’s on telly tonight? Our pick of the best shows on Thursday 26th July

July 30, 2018

What’s on telly tonight? Here the TV Times team of expert reviewers highlight the best shows on Thursday 26th July What’s on telly tonight? Here the TV Times team of expert reviewers highlight the best shows on Thursday 26th July Our Shirley Valentine Summer, 9pm, ITV It’s the women’s second week sharing their luxury Naxos villa and they seem to have settled into the Greek way of life with some…

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Tent vs. Hammock Camping: And The Winner Is…

July 30, 2018

The issue we have to settle: tent or hammock? Camping hammocks have exploded in popularity in recent years, but are they all cracked up to be? Over the past year, I have been toying around with my camping hammock to see how it measures up to my tent. The results might surprise you. Before trying hammock camping for yourself, check out our guide to basic hammock camping. Tent or Hammock…

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Free DLC For Ni No Kuni II Coming In Early August

July 29, 2018

Ni no Kuni II won us over with its combination of strong storytelling, solid RPG combat, and base-building mechanics when it released last March. For those who can’t get enough of this colorful kingdom, more DLC is on the way soon.  Bandai Namco laid out plans for forthcoming content, including season pass DLC, which the publisher says the first part will be available this winter. However, the free Adventure Pack…

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What We Mean When We Say Clean Beauty

July 29, 2018

Charcoal and snails and sea salt, oh my! What do these seemingly disparate words have in common? If you’re active in the wellness industry you likely have an idea: They’re all loosely pinned to the practice of “clean beauty.” We’re all about cleaning all aspects of our lives, and the routines and self-care practices involving how we present ourselves to the world are of course no different. But let’s go beyond the…

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Thanksgiving, Sacrifice, and Adoration – Part 8 Mini-Course on Prayer

July 29, 2018

Editor’s Note: In Part 7 of this mini-course, David Torkington examined the letters F (faith) and A (abandonment) in his explication of the “OUR FATHER” mnemonic, or memory jog, for keeping God and prayer at the forefront of our lives. Today, he continues with the letters T (thanksgiving) and H (Holy Communion). Continuing my introduction to daily prayer by using each letter of the Our Father to remind us of…

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