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Gone to Ghana - How the West is winning Ghana

Gone to Ghana - How the West is winning GhanaCordie Aziz is a former congressional staffer who moved to Ghana after losing her job in January 2011. Follow her daily adventures at goneiighana.blogspot.com

When I lived in America, Africa was everywhere I went. Many of my friends were second generation African, so it was not unusual to see them wearing bright color fabrics in modern styles. The homes I visited, often had some sort of African statue or art, reminding the owner that, although they may be in America now, their roots were from the Motherland. And someone was always taking a trip to Africa or talking about how wonderful it would be to visit the continent one day. 
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Gone to Ghana: Comfort, the enemy of success

Cordie Aziz is a former congressional staffer who moved to Ghana after losing her job in January 2011. Follow her daily adventures at goneiighana.blogspot.com

For three weeks, as some people saw it, I became comfortable in Ghana. I managed to land a job with the United States government overseas, and, of course, for most people, this was the determining factor in my success story.  However, in my opinion, it was more like a nail in a coffin.
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Scare up some fun!

Scare up some fun!Fall is in the air! Everyone loves that crisp, cool, leaf-raking, jacket wearing weather. Along with football games, and homecomings, autumn brings our children’s favorite holiday – Halloween.

It’s easy to brew up some Halloween fun with   frozen dough.  Creepy, maybe, but these holiday recipes are just the ticket to put a smile on the face of all the little ghouls and boys in your life. If you are the one who has to stay home to hand out treats to all the neighborhood princesses and pirates why not have these fiendishly fun foods on hand to munch on?
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NBA D-League player Marcus Hill teams up with youth determined to succeed in the fight against childhood obesity

NBA D-League player Marcus Hill teams up with youth determined to succeed in the fight against childhood obesitySince third grade, leading a healthy lifestyle inclusive of nutritional eating, a regular exercise regimen, and basketball has been second nature for newly signed NBA D-League player Marcus Hill. In contrast to Hill’s formative years, U.S. Obesity rates continue to rise in our youth and necessary measures to circumvent this silent killer must be put in place to send tomorrow’s leaders on a promising path today.  Youth Determined to Succeed (YDS), a program founded in 1999 by Melvin Anderson, a former Pittsburg Steeler, was created in an effort to guide our progeny through the fundamental steps of health and wellness and teach them how to combat childhood obesity on a day-to-day basis. On October 1st, YDS kicked off an 11-week activity packed program entitled “Kids 4 Health“ (K4H) in Minneapolis. Alongside Anderson this past weekend at the K4H camp, Hill was on hand to offer his wisdom and guidance on how to transition into a healthier way of living both mentally and physically.
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Alafia Tyner Article

Alafia Tyner Article Minneapolis has its own relationship expert in a man named Alafia Tyner. The entrepreneur turned book author has spent years inspiring his digital audience with relationship advice, engaging conversation, and offering up authentic wisdom to the masses— a practice that he has now translated itself into a book entitled “The Guide to a Healthy Relationship.”

“Guide”, set for release early next year, was written by Tyner in an effort to repair the outlook the world has on love, life and relationships, an emotionally journey that seems to have lost its adhesiveness over time. Tyner’s ultimate quest is to keep families together, but he promises that the book will also offer mountains of advice for single individuals as well. In order to maintain a healthy relationship, the book will teach you to have to be a healthier “you” first.
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Gone to Ghana: Harvest Festival

Gone to Ghana: Harvest FestivalCordie Aziz is a former congressional staffer who moved to Ghana after losing her job in January 2011. Follow her daily adventures at goneiighana.blogspot.com

The Fetu Afahye Festival Harvest Festival takes place the first Saturday in September and is one of the biggest and brightest festivals Ghana has to offer. Intended to honor the Gods of harvesting, this festival attracts thousands each year and consists of two days of non-stop celebration. Of course, I didn’t know anything about this until I haphazardly showed up the first Saturday in September.
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Late season care for your garden

Late season care for your gardenSix things to do now for a better garden next year

As the summer garden season nears an end, don’t let your guard down.  Keeping up with a few basic chores can improve your landscape’s beauty and reduce your workload next season.

Continue weeding.  Removing weeds now before they go to seed will eliminate hundreds of weeds next season.  Destroy invasive weeds, those that have gone to seed and perennials that may root in the compost pile.  And mulch the soil if you haven’t already done so.
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