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  • TriciaB - Put this in your toolkitThis book has encouraged and empowered me.
    I knew the how-to's of being assertive and going after my goals but still felt very uncomfortable leaning in, sitting at the table, and speaking up. Sheryl's words helped me lose the complex about it, jump in and take some chances at work. And it has paid off! :-)

    I received a promotion after a few years of really giving it my all on the job and one day a colleague pulled me aside and said "Quit apologizing and asking permission all the time - you're not a secretary anymore." It was not meant to disparage the role of secretaries but a kick in the behind for me to take it up a notch. I had been put in a new position because they already saw the value in what I could offer, so it was time to quit being so meek and give them what they were paying me for!
    I went home that night and made myself re-read the things I had underlined and bookmarked in this book from the beginning.
  • Spiritually Growing "Stacey" - Great book for eczema, too, but I needed it and more.I think the book is great, but for me it was not enough. I also needed mega-doses of vitamins and minerals to help aid the body in its healing process.

    I had a reaction to amoxycillin a couple years ago. The rash never went away except while I was on a lot of drugs and topically applying steroids. Eventually, I was diagnosed with eczema, but the rash still would not go away. Around October, someone I met told me about the book Healing Psoriasis by Dr. Pagano, so I bought it. I took myself off gluten since many people react to it. I also took myself off nightshades (potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers - bell, paprika, red, jalapeno, etc.) since the body has difficulty dealing with some toxin they contain when it is compromised. I did not eat foods with sugar. I still did not get better, though. In fact, as winter approached I got worse.

    I eventually saw a nutritional therapist. (Although he has a doctorate, he is not considered a medical doctor.) My immune system was compromised. He put me on 1000mg of primrose oil three times a day, a calcium pill that I take three times a day, and two bio-immunozyme pills three times a day. The pills are taken with meals and the body can more efficiently use the supplements if taken over the course of the day rather than all at once. Three calcium pills contains 50mg Vitamin C, 400 IU of D, 570mg Calcium, 375mg Magnesium, 3mg Boron 60mg Glutamic Acid, and 29 mg L-lysine. Two Bio pills contain 6667IU of A in a natural form, vitamin C and a lot of B-vitamins. Most of the percents of daily values are way over 200%, but because my immunity was compromised I needed that. I don't know that anyone else will want the same products, but the bio pills are sold at amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Biotics-Research-Bio-Immunozyme-Forte-Tabs/dp/B001PYULGI/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=hpc&qid=1240711642&sr=8-2,
    and the calcium at http://www.amazon.com/Douglas-Labs-Cal-6-Plus-tabs/dp/B0006SY82W/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=hpc&qid=1240712317&sr=1-4

    The reason for the mega doses was to aid my body in healing itself. The nutritionist also suggested avoiding sugar and milk products and making sure that I get enough fiber and protein in my diet.
    I lived with the rash for over a year before seeing the nutritionist. I saw the nutritionist in December 2008. I noticed a small improvement in 4 weeks. Now about 18 weeks later, I have very little itch and very little rash. I know I am not completely better, but it takes time for the body to clear the toxins (from all the drugs) from itself and heal completely. Unfortunately, I am still unable to eat nightshades. The rash and itching will get worse if I eat any of them.

    I should add that I was tested for allergies and, according to the tests, I am not allergic to any of the fifty or more items that are typically tested. I have attempted going out to eat and it is difficult to find a restaurant that will leave out spices in the cooking. Seasoning salt which frequently has paprika and chili pepper will make me worse. I must watch the chemicals that I breathe as well as the food that I eat. I have unvented gas logs and discovered that using them will cause me to get worse. My husband can use certain strong cleaning agents in another room, but I will still break out from them. Cigarette smoke will also make me worse.
  • K. Bennett "Low End Thumper" - Great for elderly relativesIf you have an elderly relative that has put off making a will because of cost, or doesn't have her living will set up yet? This is VERY easy for older folks to use, works in a Q&A sort of way with everything explained in plain English. This is a subject most folks don't like to talk about but this makes it easy to get things in order without breaking the bank.
  • Penna - Easy / Informative ReadI bought this book after reading Baby Bargains (which is great too!). I find the authors candidness refreshing compared to most baby books that tend to be very dry. You really feel like you can relate to the author and understand with ease on what's to come and how to deal with a new baby. I recommend this book to all new parents.
  • D. Baltezor - Sometimes older and simpler can be betterI just purchased my second first generation kindle to replace the first one that finally conked out due to my roommate spilling something on it. Yes it's functions are limited compared to the kindle fire or fire HD, but I don't spend a lot of time on the internet and such requiring a multi-use and multi-purpose item like that. I love to read and take books with me everywhere I go, and as any reader knows that can cause your purse or backpack to get heavy very quickly. The kindle allows me to feed my joy of reading without breaking my back. I also like the sd card slot under the back battery cover that allows me to use sd cards to organize and store my books and still be able to have access to them anytime I want regardless of if I have access to an area with whispernet access or not. It also give me a place to store ebooks that have been converted with Calibre (adobe and reader files) to work on the kindle. Anyone looking for a basic no frills ereader should try this older kindles. Much more price friendly for those of us on a strict budget, and very simple and easy to use right out of the box.