This blog post was originally for another site that I write on: http://www.byhco.com (Build Your Hustle) Since it didn’t really fit the narrative of the site, I wanted to include it on Entrepreneurial Ambitions instead of letting it go to waste. Hope you enjoy.
Build Your Hustle is a website concentrated on helping entrepreneurs, business owners, hustlers; however you identify yourself, improve your hustle. You obviously come to this site to find ways to improve your hustle or get motivated about your hustle. You want to improve your hustle because you want to increase your chances of attracting success. You want to produce the financial rewards that can be achieved from hustling hard. You want to be the one who dictates your own life and be able to create valuable opportunities for yourself.
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TruCare is on a mission to improve lives in both human and veterinary markets through the science and art of compounding; all while maintaining our passion for quality pharmaceuticals and complete customer satisfaction.
Our compounding services are administered by skilled pharmacists who specialize in the support of injectable and intravenous medications and dedicate themselves to 24 hour accessibility.
Long-term care is a range of services and supports you may need to meet your personal care needs. Most long-term care is not medical care, but rather assistance with the basic personal tasks of everyday life, sometimes called Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), such as:
- Using the toilet
- Transferring (to or from bed or chair)
- Caring for incontinence
Other common long-term care services and supports are assistance with everyday tasks, sometimes called Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) including:
- Managing money
- Taking medication
- Preparing and cleaning…
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Maybe it’s that nervous feeling you can’t seem to shake. Or the stress of a new baby. Perhaps the death of a loved one shook you harder than you thought it would. Maybe you just need some guidance in your life.
These are just a few reasons why people may choose to start counseling. Whether it’s serious depression or a single event you need help overcoming, there’s no reason to brush off therapy. That first appointment can be daunting, we understand. However, you are more likely to get better results if you come prepared and know what to expect.
You will find that your first session is often like your first day of class. There’s some paperwork, awkwardness, and a lot of “getting to know you” questions. These questions will help your therapist make an initial assessment of your life and situation, so be honest. There’s no judgement here, any…
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By: Jessica Petitt
It is unquestionably apparent to young girls, and women alike, that one of the most influential persons of this generation is Beyoncè. She remains one of the many females who advocate for women’s equal rights with empowering songs that allow her to be defined as a true feminist. According to Beyoncè, feminism is a person who believes in the social, political and economic equality of the sexes. In today’s society, many believe that to be considered true feminist a person must be a pro-choice advocate for women and their reproductive rights. According to the Feminist Women’s Health Center, pro-choice is defined as a way to support self-determination, to make decisions free from judgment, and the responsibility to your self with the freedom to decide to take control of your own life process. Discussions concerning abortions and pro-choice advocates have surfaced since the…
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Yesterday I wrote about how my entire personality changed because of my need to stand up for myself in medical situations. I want to be clear about one thing: I make no apologies for how I act.
Sometimes I’m wrong. Sometimes I screw up. I’m human, so of course I do things wrong. I try to take ownership and apologize when I’m at fault. Sometimes I screw that up, too, but I do my best. I’m not talking here about any of those things. I’m talking about medical situations where I’m pushy.
Like many of you, I was taught to be apologetic when I push too hard, but I only apologize when I truly cross a line. The rest of the time, I do what I need to do without apology, because if I apologize, then it encourages their low standards.
A couple years ago I had an appointment with…
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