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Life without Limits – Collateral Benefits

By Craig Wilson col·lat·er·al  /kəˈlætərəl/ Show Spelled[kuh–lat-er-uhl] – accompanying or parallel When you hear the word collateral you don’t think of benefits accompanying it do you? But I realized today that is exactly what’s happening with our Life without Limits group. Unexpected benefits are springing up everywhere. One day while riding my bike to school
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Life Without Limits – Craig Wilson’s True Confessions

Craig Wilson, Accounting Chair and roving reporter back from Seoul, South Korea, but still not fully recovered.  I know, I know, you’re happy for me, but you want the true confessions. Ok, it’s been a tough couple of weeks for my plan. That being said, this trip represents a lot of what I’m talking about with
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How to Meditate and Why?

Meditation is defined as a state of concentrated consciousness, a deliberate relaxation practice to focus and clear the mind of random thoughts. Although often associated with religious traditions, religion or philosophy is not important to the practice of meditation; it can be undertaken solely as a secular activity, for its many benefits. There are many studies
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Life without Limits – Week 2 – I’m Sooo Stressed Out!!

It’s finals week! Even for instructors it’s stressful. Being stressed is a natural thing, in fact it’s what protected from our enemies – our “fight or flight” reaction.  My problem is that I don’t do either. I just sit at my computer and keep plugging away, or worse, my “flight” is to cookie jar for
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Life without Limits – Week 1

We’re off and running – some of us literally, some of us figuratively. We met Tuesday morning and shared what “Life without Limits” looks like for each of us. Craig Wilson interviewed Lu Herbeck to offer us aid how to begin living healthier.  Lu currently teaches in the Medical Assisting program, but has spent several
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