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ToyMakerz Founder Goes Full Throttle with Tips for Turning Passion Into Profits

ToyMakerz Founder Goes Full Throttle with Tips for Turning Passion Into Profits

Many experts say that your passion is something you would do for free because you love it so much. However, doing things for free doesn’t pay the bills or put food on the table. People still need to earn a salary so that they can meet their needs, and some of their wants. The good news is that we don’t have to choose between doing what we are passionate about and earning a paycheck. When done right, the two can come together so that people can earn a living from what they are passionate about.

“Being able to turn my passion for cars and building custom motorized toys into a profitable business has been life-changing for me,” says David Ankin, inventor and star of the hit show ToyMakerz. “Every day I get to do what I love and I get to make a good living doing it. Being able to share my passion and creativity with the world is an amazing feeling, and at the end of the day I know that it’s also giving me a paycheck. It’s a win-win situation that I wish for everyone.

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How to Fuel Your Body for A Better Workout Performance

How to Fuel Your Body for A Better Workout Performance

 

March is National Nutrition Month, making it a great time to give some thought to properly fueling the body for optimal performance. Filling the body with the right fuel can help improve the workout performance of busy adults, as well as the millions of young athletes who play organized sports. While overlooking pre-workout nutrition is easy to do, it may come at a cost in performance. Taking the time to fuel your body the right way will help lead to optimal performance for both adults and young athletes alike.

LearningRx of Reston, Va., and Vienna/Tysons Corner, Va. Announce Winners of President’s Day Contest

LearningRx of Reston, Va., and Vienna/Tysons Corner, Va. Announce Winners of President’s Day Contest

Two local students, Toni Birnett , 16, of Arlington, Va., and John Blysak, 13 of Herndon, Va., earned first place for reciting the 45 U.S. Presidents sequentially in less than a minute at their local LearningRx brain training centers in Vienna/Tysons Corner, Va. and Reston, Va., respectively, as part of LearningRx’s annual Presidents Day contest.  Birnett was able to recite the U.S. Presidents within a minute while jumping rope, while Blysak did it while balancing on a board and juggling. For more information, go to www.learningrx.com

The contest is designed to encourage kids across the country to create videos that demonstrate the memory and focus skills they improved with LearningRx brain training.

Have a lower leg injury? Don’t just sit there and suffer, get moving!

Have a lower leg injury? Don’t just sit there and suffer, get moving!

Ways to Make it Easier to Be More Mobile with a Lower Leg Injury

 

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BASIS Independent McLean Earns First Place at 35th Annual Northern Virginia Regional MATHCOUNTS Team

BASIS Independent McLean Earns First Place at 35th Annual Northern Virginia Regional MATHCOUNTS Team

The BASIS Independent McLean (BIM) middle school math team of McLean, Va. earned first place in the 35th Annual Northern Virginia Regional MATHCOUNTS Competition for the team category, led by BIM MATHCOUNTS coach, Tyler Sullivan. BIM students, Eleanor Kim, Pravalika Putalapattu, Sam Wang and Ethan Zhou, refer to their four-person math team as Team SWEEP, a name created by the students’ initials.  Fifteen schools competed in The Northern Virginia Chapter 2018 MATHCOUNTS Competition.  For more information on BASIS Independent McLean, go to http://mclean.basisindependent.com.

“We’re very excited to have our students win the MATHCOUNTS chapter championships for the second consecutive year,” said Ron Kim, head of school of BASIS Independent McLean of McLean, Va. “Their preparation and hard work have paid off and will help prepare them for the state contest in March,” said Kim.

Common Myths and Truths About Hair Loss and Balding Exposed

Common Myths and Truths About Hair Loss and Balding Exposed

Award winning doctor exposes the truth behind some of the most common myths and truths about hair loss and balding

 

For the millions of people who experience thinning or balding of their hair, it can be devastating. What can be even more devastating is not getting accurate information when it comes to what they can do about it. There are many myths surrounding hair loss and balding, and they can hold people back. Knowing the myths and truths about hair loss and balding can make a world of difference when it comes to addressing it properly, so that the person’s self-esteem is restored along with their hair.

No More Fat Dogs: How Just Food For Dogs is Helping Pets Get Healthier

No More Fat Dogs: How Just Food For Dogs is Helping Pets Get Healthier

It’s not just people who are experiencing a high rate of being overweight. According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP), 54% of dogs in the country are considered overweight or obese. That adds up to 50 million dogs in the US with an increased risk for health problems. This year, as people strive to make changes to improve their own health, Just Food For Dogs is setting out to give people assistance in getting their pet healthier, too.

“What we are doing is making it easy for people to help give their pets healthy food that they can feel good about,” explains Dr. Oscar Chavez, a professor of canine clinical nutrition and staff veterinarian for Just Food for Dogs. “We stick with making wholesome pet foods from good ingredients. Our foods will give dogs the nutrition they need and help improve their quality of life with every bite.”