Which Tattoo Colors Can You Remove?
Blog / 03/01/2016

Which Tattoo Colors Can You Remove?   “Hey Dorian, I got some pretty wicked tattoos: tribal stamp around my left wrist, my own words to live by on my upper back. But my biggest one is my flower blossom that uses quite a few colors. Is this going to be a problem if I decide to remove it? Thanks man” It definitely makes things more complicated, that’s for sure. Some tattoo removal methods are very sensitive to the type of ink pigment being used. For example with laser methods, black and red pigment won’t be an issue. But others will especially if they’re lighter. The problem is that lasers have difficulty targeting these ink layers. Nontraditional colors, nontraditional methods The flip side of the coin is that it doesn’t matter if you’re tattoo is pink, purple, or some crazy lime green if you use methods like the apricot scrub mentioned in my guide (check it out here: [link]) That’s because exfoliation methods don’t discriminate, they simply wear off dead layers of skin until the tattoo is exfoliated. Of course this is one of several methods discussed in the guide. Coverups Another thing you need to keep in mind especially if…

Long Term Physical Effects of Alcohol Drinking
Blog / 02/10/2016

Long Term Physical Effects of Alcohol Drinking   In terms of the body, it is the liver that is the most likely organ for long-term damage as it is responsible for breaking down the ethanol in alcohol. Frequent and excessive intake will overload the liver and lead to the development of a fatty liver and usually to hepatitis and cirrhosis. Another issue is skin damage – you can often tell someone who is a heavy drinker because of their red cheeks and nose due to broken capillaries. In addition, there are body signs – the “beer belly” from the excess calories in beer, particularly. Taking it too much too often will cause physical damage, increase the risk of getting some diseases, and make other ailments worse. Over time it is associated with: Hepatitis and cirrhosis of the liver Gastritis (inflammation of the stomach lining) or pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas) High blood pressure/Hypertension (which can lead to stroke) Certain types of cancer, including mouth, esophagus, and throat Permanent damage to the brain Heart failure Neurological problems such as epilepsy and peripheral neuropathy (lack of feeling in the hands and feet) Certain types of vitamin deficiency leading to malnutrition Emotional Long…

Dynamic Warm Up For Better Soccer Performance
Blog / 02/10/2016

Dynamic Warm Up For Better Soccer Performance By Josh Hewett   Many soccer players, and even some “old-school” coaches, still perform static stretches before a game, practice, or training. This is likely because they believe that passive stretching will help prevent injury, improve performance, and reduce muscle soreness. However, there is little or no scientific evidence to support this belief, and stretching this way before physical activity could actually be doing more harm than good! It’s time to look at a better way to prepare your body for exercise and sport: The Dynamic Warm Up. First let’s look at some different forms of stretching. There are 2 main categories of stretching: passive and active. Passive stretching is when you use an outside force other than your own muscle to move a joint or limb beyond its active range of motion, to put your body into a position that you couldn’t do by yourself (such as when you lean into a wall, or have a partner push you into a deeper stretch, without engaging your own muscles). Unfortunately, this is the most common form of stretching used. Although most people are more familiar with traditional passive stretching it can actually hurt…

Travel With Confidence Review
Blog / 02/09/2016

Travel With Confidence Review   Travel with Confidence is an online course that gives women the poise they need to tour the world. It addresses issues that are specific to women and the issues that they face when they leave the comforts of the home that they know. It helps them see that traveling the world and having new experiences is an awesome experience. Pros Because this course is taught by ladies who have “been there/done that” it feels like all of my fears are understood. Every question that I had was addressed. The video format in which the authors Kristine and Toni present make the information very accessible. I definitely feel that taking this course helped me gain control over what I will experience when I take a trip. I know that I will experience new sites, sounds, cultures and cuisines and I now look forward to these with excitement instead of trepidation. Now, instead of my fears having power over me, I have control over them which makes me feel confident and powerful. Armed with the knowledge of how to use my surroundings to my advantage, I now have the courage to take on the world. Along with…

The Ultimate Guide of Speed Cleaning Secrets – Book Review
Blog / 02/08/2016

The Ultimate Guide of Speed Cleaning Secrets – Book Review   Whether or not you actually have the time to get your cleaning done, the odds are that you don’t want to spend all of your time on your cleaning. We all have better things to do than scrubbing and polishing, and this book understands exactly that. As the book’s author, Veronica Bettencourt, explains “my goal in writing this book is to ensure that your house is clean – yet functional.” In this vein, she has created a book that allows you to live your life and enjoy your home, but also keep it neat, clean, and attractive. Within its 71 electronic pages, you will discover – room by room – how to houseclean in an effective and efficient way, without sacrificing your life or the time you need to do the things that you enjoy. This book isn’t designed to show you how to turn your house into a showcase. What it does do is teach you the tricks, techniques, and methods you require to get your house clean in record time. Some of the topics it covers are: the cleaning supplies you’ll need, secrets of speed cleaning that…

Online Dog Trainer vs Dog Trainer in Person
Blog / 02/04/2016

Online Dog Trainer vs Dog Trainer in Person   Many people ask me about signing up to use an online dog training website and whether it’s a good investment or whether they are better off spending the money with a professional trainer in person. It’s a great question. And I believe there are 4 key areas to consider: 1. Cost 2. Quality of the solution 3. Ease of use 4. Support The answers will possibly surprise you… Let’s get into it. 1. Cost – More Expensive Does Not Mean Better. Many of you reading this are happy to spend whatever it takes when it comes to getting a solution. And that’s fantastic. You may be wanting to ensure that you raise your puppy correctly or save your lovely dog from themselves or bring back some peace to your home. On the other hand you may not have hundreds and hundreds of spare dollars to go throwing around at different dog trainers until you get a solution. Here is a very important fact though: Paying lots of money will not necessarily get you a good dog trainer who can help. Dog trainer in person – The cost of getting a dog…

Bodybuilding Blueprint: 4 Harmful Muscle-Building Myths Uncovered
Blog , Freebies / 01/31/2016

Bodybuilding Blueprint: 4 Harmful Muscle-Building Myths Uncovered   If you’re serious about making a solid commitment to a muscle-building program, you need to be very careful of who you take advice from. Bodybuilding and fitness is literally a multi-billion dollar industry with new websites popping up every single day. Many of the so-called “experts” out there really don’t have a clue of what they’re talking about and are only motivated by pushing expensive pills, powders and “miracle programs” on you that you don’t really need. If you don’t watch your step you may end up falling for some fatal muscle-building pitfalls that will literally destroy your gains and prevent you from ever achieving the impressive, muscular physique you desire. In this article I’m going to expose 4 very common muscle-building myths in order to keep you on the proper path to the mind-blowing muscle and strength gains you deserve. Myth #1: In order to build muscle, you must achieve a “pump” during your workout. The greater the pump you achieve, the more muscle you will build. For those of you who are just starting out, a “pump” is the feeling that you get as blood becomes trapped inside the muscle…

Hemorrhoids Treatments & What I Recommend
Blog / 01/27/2016

Hemorrhoids Treatments & What I Recommend   If you’ve tried many types of hemorrhoid solutions then you probably understand the differences of how each is used. In this article, I’ll go over what each of them do for the body, how they intend to treat hemorrhoids or piles, and the controversial, raw truth on most of them. The first popular type is creams and ointments where a topical treatment is rubbed on your outer rectal area and aims to soothe blood vessels. This creates a relaxation of the tissue so that it does not bulge out so much. Once the tissue does not bulge, it will be less likely to flare up. This is great for some relief in the temporal matter but unfortunately you are practically guaranteed to flare up again. The 2nd type that is very popular as well in the form of suppositories which is inserted inside the rectum for the purposes of delivering moisture to it and creating a lubricating effect once the next rectal pressure comes. The aim is to ensure it heals without rupturing again. For some it works well, for others not so but it’s worth seeing. The 3rd type is pills where…

Improve Your IQ – Factors Which Negatively Affect Your Brain
Blog / 01/27/2016

Improve Your IQ – Factors Which Negatively Affect Your Brain   Having a big IQ is one of most people’s goals, as this improves the chances of getting a good job and of obtaining social recognition. There are many ways in which one can improve its intelligence quotient, but these ways are equal to zero if those activities which negatively affect the human brain are not totally eliminated. One of the main factors which make the human brain work slowly and accumulate less information in a longer period of time is smoking. Even though it seems that brain and smoking seem to have almost no connection, appearances are not correct in this case. In fact, smoking damages greatly the human brain as it deprives is of the so much needed oxygen. Because the brain cannot function properly when it lacks the right amount of oxygen, smokers encounter serious problems when trying to acquire new information. Another factor which deeply influences the brain’s work and development is alcohol. The alcoholic drinks may cause temporary damages of the nervous cells which form the brain, fact which results in a lower capacity of acquiring new information. When the quantity of alcohol ingested is…

Tips To Learn Stage Hypnosis
Blog / 01/24/2016

Tips To Learn Stage Hypnosis   If you’ve ever been to a stage hypnosis show, you may have been quite impressed with the seemingly magical feats displayed by the hypnotist. Perhaps you thought that you too would like to learn it, and how it works. In this article I will be discussing the basic principles behind it and how it operates. This should give you an understanding of the techniques involved, and help you in your journey to learn it. To begin with, a hypnotist will always conduct some form of induction with the audience before getting to the real “meat” of the show (which is bringing people up on stage to be hypnotized). This induction normally consists of having all the audience imagine that they’re in some distant place, or having them raise both of their hands and imagining that one is lighter or heavier than the other. What this does is it relaxed the audience and sets them in the mood to be hypnotized. You see, once someone has been hypnotized once, they can easily be rehypnotized again by the same person with just the click of a finger. The trick is to hypnotize the audience before volunteers…