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Man, do I have some great news here or not?

Yes, I know just what you must be thinking, here's another sales pitch! Well in a way you are right, but not entirely, please wait a moment, just read this and you will see that there really is no actual sales pitch and yes, wherever you eventually end up getting this natural product or what brand you actually end up buying will be entirely up to you. So, you see, I'm not selling you anything, I am sharing with you some amazing results someone other than me, is getting, and she is sharing her incredible results with the world for free. 

DIET Pamela, who is of South Asian origin, eats a super-healthy diet based largely on vegetables and topped up with good proteins such as salmon.
+13 Fresh-faced: Pamela eats a daily handful of almonds and eats a vegetable-based diet Many of the dishes she makes are Asian and are spiced up with ginger, cumin and turmeric, among other…

She Is Not Yours Till You Have Been More Hers!

The Art of Constructive Criticism: Trailblazing Feminist Margaret Fuller Rejects Young Thoreau and Helps Him Improve His Writing by Maria Popova “I can have no advice or criticism for a person so sincere; but, if I give my impression of him, I will say, ‘He says too constantly of Nature, she is mine.’ She is not yours till you have been more hers.” Few things reveal your intellect and your generosity of spirit — the parallel powers of your heart and mind — better than how you give feedback, especially if it is to a friend and especially if the work in question leaves something to be desired. Evidence like Samuel Beckett’smasterwork of tough loveand poet Thom Gunn’srole in Oliver Sacks’s evolution as a writerfurther impresses how rare the masters of this delicate, monumental art of constructive criticism are. But there is no greater genius at it than trailblazing journalist, essayist, and editorMargaret Fuller, whose 1845 bookWoman in the Nineteenth Centuryendures as a foundational text of…