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Take Wing Air Offers Aerial Cremated Remains Ash Scattering Over Land or Sea for the Cremated Ashes of Loved Ones and Pets

Nashua, NH (PRWEB) May 20, 2015

Take Wing Air, a New Hampshire-based aviation firm, now offers an affordable solution to finding a final resting place for cremated earthly remains in a more heavenly fashion. From its home airport in Nashua, Take Wing Air will scatter the cremated ashes of a departed family member, loved one, or pet by air at the family’s predetermined location while soaring the skies above the mountains, lakes, and seacoasts of New England and New York.

Bill Dino, owner and operator of Take Wing Air, says, “Although I have been a pilot for many years, I first got the idea of doing aerial cremated ash scattering commercially after I performed this service for my own parents. It brought a fitting closure to their lives and gave us comfort.” After doing a little research, Dino found there was a need for such a service in this area. One customer said, “I had inherited my grandparents’ ashes and been storing them in our hall closet. When we were preparing to move I felt it was finally time to find a permanent but fitting resting place. I was thrilled that Take Wing Air could scatter their cremated ashes over the mountains my grandparents loved.”

As part of their service, Take Wing Air provides a witnessed certificate documenting the time and location of the release of the cremated remains and a Google map overlay of the flight. Aerial ash scattering can take place at a large selection of locations over land or sea throughout New England and eastern New York state. They are also able to honor special requests such as music, flyovers, or readings.

Take Wing Air uses a specially modified twin engine plane that allows a loved one’s ashes to be released through the bottom of the aircraft in a safe and dignified manner; the cremains will always drift down and away from the plane. There is never an issue of cremated ash coming back into the cockpit or impacting the side of the plane. Dino reports this is a common problem with many competing services or “pilot friends” who volunteer to help.

Take Wing Air has been offering professional aviation services to the New York/New England area since 2011. In addition to aerial ash scattering, Take Wing Air offers contract pilot services for many different aircraft. All of Take Wing Air’s pilots hold commercial pilot ratings.

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Bill Dino

Take Wing Air    

PO Box 313

Hollis, NH 03049


Fit Over Fat: Fitness

I can vouch for that as I spend at least 40 minutes prior to going for a run, telling myself I MUST do it, I CAN do it, it WON’T hurt honest. Once I have sufficiently convinced myself to open the door and lever myself out in to the great outdoors and the weather, I have to further remind myself within the first five minutes of running that the hurting will stop soon. I have been running nearly all my life and still, the first five minutes of running always, always hurts.

But then eventually it stops hurting and I see the world around me, the open vistas across fields, the wildlife (other runners, cyclists, dog walkers and the most dangerous wildlife of all, people in their cars!)the feel of the ‘weather’ on my skin, usually it is raining, but once in a blue sky we have sunshine, the sheer joy of being able to run and keep running mile after mile.

When I started running, I could barely do a 50 yards without collapsing, calling for emergency first aid and resuscitation (always of the mouth to mouth variety darling). Running, if you stick with it, quickly rewards you with the amount of progress you can make in a short period of time. When you run your first mile you feel like taking out a full page ad in the local paper, announcing to the world, the birth of a super athlete! (Whatever you do, don’t do that, people will point and laugh the next time they see you in town). After your first 3k, 5k and half marathon, you will marvel at yourself, your abilities and feel you can actually run. However if you start fretting over times, heart rates, speed, minute miles etc etc, you may never be content with your achievements. I find all that time keeping malarkey incredibly boring, but some people need to constantly challenge themselves and prove stuff. I on the other hand just want to run, stay fit, live long.

And you will get fit, you’ll find you have a bounce in your step, loose pounds of your body fat, develop long lean legs and discover you have a lovely pert bottom. Life always compensates pain (somehow).


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Hi, My name is Kendra, I’m from Vancouver, BC. My interested involve reading, writing and taking care of my family. I enjoy writing articles and taking a walk through the park on a sunny day. I hope you enjoyed my article(s) and wish you the best of luck!


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Fit Over Fat, Fitness

A few kids have actually died from the flu this year here in Colorado one of them 15 years old! Being healthy is one thing I know I often take for granted until I get sick, that is. I’ve found that it’s easier to stay healthy than it is to get healthy again once you’re sick, too. With that in mind (and the season just getting underway), here are some quick tips for staying healthy this wrestling season:

Eat well. This means eating plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, the best way to get all the nutrients your body needs to stay healthy.
Avoid sugar! Sugar depresses your immune system. Soda pop is probably the #1 culprit for most people, so do yourself a favor and have a water or fresh juice instead. (Dads and coaches, alcohol also depresses your immune system.)
Supplement with vitamins/minerals. Vitamin C and zinc, in particular, have been shown to strengthen the immune system.
Get enough sleep. Our immune system is very dependent on this, and we’re especially vulnerable to sickness when we neglect our proper rest (around 8 hours per night for most people).
Stay well hydrated. Our bodies need plenty of water to function properly, especially when it’s doing extra things like working out and fighting off all the “bugs” that typically go around. Hot drinks and soups are also good here, and help us
Stay warm. When we get cold, we force our bodies to work to stay warm. This takes energy away from the immune system and makes us more vulnerable to sickness.
Exercise (this one’s easy during the season!). Regular exercise keeps your metabolism high and your body (including your immune system) functioning at a high level like a well-oiled machine.
Stay clean. Shower right after practice, and wash your hands with soap and hot water frequently. Most cold and flu viruses are spread by direct contact.
Avoid close contact with people who have a cold or flu.
Keep your hands out of your eyes, nose, and mouth. Your hands are probably the one part of your body where you’re most likely to pick up virus-spreading germs. No need to help out the “bad guys” by putting them directly inside you!
Keep a positive attitude and a joyful outlook. More on that below!

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Hi, My name is Kendra, I’m from Vancouver, BC. My interested involve reading, writing and taking care of my family. I enjoy writing articles and taking a walk through the park on a sunny day. I hope you enjoyed my article(s) and wish you the best of luck!


MoNstEr WiNeR - Sensazao Dance Fitness

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VIPdesk Connect Hiring Hundreds of Customer Service Professionals Over the Next 30 Days

Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) March 19, 2015

VIPdesk Connect, a leading US-based provider of customer care, announced today that the company is hiring experienced customer service representatives (CSRs) to work from home, supporting several of their most dynamic, fun, and rapidly expanding clients.

VIPdesk Connect CSRs, referred to as “Elite Brand Ambassadors,” respond to incoming phone calls, e-mails, and/or online chat requests from customers of one of several leading retail brands in the fashion, lifestyle, and consumer electronics industries. Brand Ambassadors must be passionate about delivering exceptional customer service, motivated, self-disciplined, and ready to live the brand they serve. Full and Part-time positions are available for Skullcandy, Bluefly, and HomeAdvisor teams.

Brand Ambassadors for Skullcandy, a leading Audio Lifestyle Products company, must be passionate and knowledgeable about music, action sports, gadgets, and gaming. They should be knowledgeable about smartphones, audio connectors, and MP3 players, and must enjoy interacting with people of all ages—from teenagers to their parents to professional action sports stars. Successful Brand Ambassadors must not only take pride in a stellar customer experience, but be able to easily adjust their phone demeanor and language style depending on the current customer.

Brand Ambassadors for Bluefly are on top of the latest fashion trends, capable of easily identifying a designer’s new line on sight. They not only provide fashion-forward customer service, but also serve as a personal shopper, giving advice on apparel or accessories and complementary items, designer-specific sizing and fit, sales and promotions, and more.

Brand Ambassadors for HomeAdvisor, a cutting-edge resource in the home improvement industry, will assess customers’ needs and schedule appointments and/or refer them to the applicable pre-screened home-improvement contractor in their area. The Brand Ambassador will assist customers by helping them submit their requests and providing information on additional services.

Brand Ambassadors earn an average of $ 10-$ 11.50/hr with access to an excellent benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term and long-term disability, Paid Time Off, and more. Part time and full time positions are available and all applicants must be able to work on weekends.

Brand Ambassadors work from their own home office, which must be conducive to taking customer calls, quiet and free from distraction. All candidates must provide a computer, reliable, high-speed internet connection that meets company requirements.

“This is a great opportunity for individuals who are passionate about delivering exceptional customer service,” said Sally Hurley, VIPdesk Connect’s CEO.

Interviews are currently being conducted for qualified candidates. Training classes begin at the end of April. Some positions are limited to certain states; interested professionals can find more information and apply online at

About VIPdesk Connect

VIPdesk Connect, a U.S.-based provider of outsourced home-based customer care services, utilizes a home-based team of Brand Ambassadors (BAs) located across 23 states. VIPdesk Connect hires awesome people to provide clients with the best customer service on the planet. Located throughout the U.S., BAs serve as a seamless extension of leading brands delivering memorable customer experiences that generate customer loyalty and drive business growth. VIPdesk Connect’s services include: outsourced customer service (phone, email, chat and social media), back office support and home-based contact center model consulting. To find out more about VIPdesk Connect, visit

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Move Over Quinoa! KAMUT

Big Sandy, MT (PRWEB) January 20, 2015

In recent years, there has been an increasing demand for ancient grains like KAMUT® wheat, spelt, farro and pseudo ancient grains (not from the grass family) such as quinoa due to their nutrition and health benefits. Unlike modern grains, ancient grains have survived intact for centuries and have more vitamins, minerals, fiber and proteins than modern grains, as well as a distinctive and more flavorful taste. Due to their rise in popularity and demand, ancient grains are more mainstream and accessible than ever before and according to a recent survey conducted by Today’s Dietitian and Pollock Communications, ancient grains will continue to grow in 2015 and will be a top nutritional trend.

“People are starting to understand the health benefits of ancient grains and are looking for new ways to incorporate this super food into their diet,” explains Bob Quinn, PhD, Organic Farmer and founder of Kamut International. “The gluten-free trend gave wheat a bad rap over the past couple of years but that is all changing. With the exception of people with celiac disease who should never eat wheat, there is a shift away from the ‘gluten-free’ trend towards eating more wholesome foods and an understanding about the difference between ancient grains and modern wheat, which typically sacrifices taste and nutritional value for higher yields.”

While KAMUT® brand khorasan wheat, an ancient, organic, non-GMO wheat, may be less well known than modern wheat, it boasts high nutritional value and a naturally sweet taste that people love. Khorasan wheat sold under the KAMUT® brand name guarantees that the grain has been organically grown and is 100 percent pure and unmodified ancient khorasan wheat. KAMUT® brand khorasan wheat is higher in protein and many minerals, especially selenium, zinc and magnesium, compared to modern wheat, and contains high levels of antioxidants as well as lipids, making it a ‘high energy’ wheat. Additionally, many people who are sensitive to modern wheat often find KAMUT® wheat easier to digest. Unlike quinoa, KAMUT® wheat has a natural sweetness and a nutty, buttery flavor making it perfect for variety of dishes including cereals, cakes, pastry and bread as well as savory side dishes, salads, stuffing and burgers.

In addition to taste and nutritional benefits, KAMUT® Wheat has also been used in a variety of different studies, the most recent of which was the first human study on irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), comparing KAMUT® brand wheat to modern durum wheat. The study, published by the British Journal of Nutrition, showed that those with moderate IBS had reduced symptoms while consuming KAMUT® wheat compared to modern wheat. Another study published in the January 2013 issue of European Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that, when compared to modern wheat, KAMUT® khorasan wheat shows benefits in protecting against oxidative stress and inflammation.

“While ancient grains are enjoying a resurgence this year, I don’t necessarily see ancient grains like KAMUT® wheat as a fad because I believe they are an important staple of a healthy diet,” adds Quinn.

KAMUT® wheat can be found in over 2,000 products through leading brands like Bob’s Red Mill, Nature’s Path and Eden Foods. In addition, last year General Mills launched Cheerios + Ancient Grains made with KAMUT® Wheat as well as Kellogg’s new Kashi® Cocoa Coconut with KAMUT® Wheat Granola.

For more information on KAMUT® brand khorasan wheat, please visit the Kamut International website at

About KAMUT® Brand Khorasan Wheat

The mission of Kamut International is to promote organic agriculture and support organic farmers, to increase diversity of crops and diets, and to protect the heritage of a high quality, delicious ancient grain for the benefit of this and future generations. KAMUT® is a trademark of Kamut International which guarantees high quality standards that are verified by tests from every field.

Exercise over 40

Enough is enough, and too much is down right counterproductive. When you pursue a tough weight lifting routine, you are pushing your muscles and breaking them down. Resting the muscle groups between workouts is where the muscles rebuild even stronger than before to compensate against the damage.

Your exercise needs to consist of both aerobic exercise and anaerobic exercise. Aerobic exercise is the exercise which allows your body to consistently move for at least twenty minutes. I think you may relate this type of exercise with aerobic dancing. You can refer to that. Also, you can do jogging, running, swimming or even boxing. This type of exercise will help your cardiovascular function. Aerobic exercise is an essential part of your exercise over 40.

Neurogenesis means that my brain grows new brain cells daily, and, if I do not kill them with stress hormones or booze or VOC’s or high fructose corn syrup, and if I challenge them with some kind of novel learning experience, they end up helping my hippocampus form or recall memories.

Another top concern for women (or at least it should be) is bone health, our bones become dense when they are put under weight bearing.  If your only exercise is walking you will not put your bones under enough stress to maintain your bone density.  Even though walking is considered a weight bearing exercise and is good for you, it is not nearly as beneficial to your bones as weight lifting.

To work on your balance is easy and doesn’t involve expensive high tech equipment. A strong core area and core strength training go hand and hand with your ability to balance. Yoga and Pilates use a great deal of core training, typically all you need is a mat. A large part of these styles of exercise is coordinating movements through having a healthy mind and a healthy body. Focus and concentration during your exercise routine, while staying relaxed.

A prime example would be hockey players who experience a few minutes of ice time going full tilt then perhaps hitting the bench. In order for them to avoid muscle soreness, what many don’t know is that they go from the ice to a gym. Many hockey players avoid the build up by hitting a treadmill or bike to go through an actual aerobic session so they will be working to keep the lactic acid at the required threshold and avoid buildup.

Heart and Lung Capacity. As we age our muscles get weaker, especially the most important one of all, the heart! Our lungs do not function as well as they used to and it becomes harder to walk up the stairs or go out for a stroll with your family. Training for aerobic capacity can keep your heart and lungs functioning longer and stronger.

Not challenging yourself with increasing weight and intensity: Too often people engage in a ‘routine’ a t the gym they are comfortable with. It’s true you need to know what you are doing, the correct form and feel comfortable in your knowledge however you need to be changing things up. Learning new ideas or how to use a machine can challenge a muscle group in a new way and help you with your results. Changing the weight progressively will keep making the muscles you are working stronger and stronger.

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Circuelle Foundation Reaches Over Half a Million Women with a New Beautiful Awareness Message to Support Healthy Rituals and Breast Awareness

Sarasota, Fla. (PRWEB) December 10, 2014

The Circuelle Foundation, launched in 2014 to educate and empower women to embrace healthy breast rituals, reached more than half a million women with their Beautiful Awareness™ message and new way to support breast self-exams.

Circuelle Foundation provided 57,068 women a breast ritual créme and a new way to view breast health. The non-profit organization appeared at various premier events including, the Oscars®, Wine Women & Shoes®, Brides Against Breast Cancer, Revlon 5K Walk, and Key to the Cure. The Circuelle Foundation reached out to the medical community as well at the National Consortium of Breast Centers in Las Vegas and provided a clinically proven breast ritual créme for participating breast centers to provide to their patients free of charge.

Women aged 18 to 29 years are still more likely to exercise, go to the dentist, weigh themselves and get their eyes tested than check their breasts. Since 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, it is important to reach this younger audience with the importance of breast awareness. The need to change the way women view their breast health is important considering 1 in 3 women think about their breast health ONLY when their doctor brings it up.

Circuelle Foundation launched a Beautiful Awareness campaign directed to young women via social media and email. The successful campaign launched over FaceBook, Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn and featured educational messages, infographics, testimonial videos, and inspirational and educational quotes. With 145,814 social media impressions and 300,000 emails sent, Circuelle Foundation is educating women with healthy breast rituals. Circuelle Foundation knows the importance of all screening methods to detect breast cancer and also provided free mammograms to the Conejo Clinic in California.

“We hope to help educate and bring awareness to women about breast health while empowering them to embrace healthy rituals,” said Melissa Kirkpatrick, founder of Circuelle Foundation.

“Our goals for 2015 include launching our school-centered education program to help educate high school and college students about the importance of breast awareness through breast education and healthy rituals. Kirkpatrick said, “The average cost to implement this program in a classroom is $ 125.00, and in an entire school, it’s $ 750.00. However, the impact breast health education can have to our society is truly priceless.”

To view the Beauitful Awareness campaign from the Circuelle Foundation, visit and connect to one of the social media platforms.

About Circuelle™ Foundation: The Circuelle Foundation educates and empowers women with healthy breast awareness rituals. Because it’s never too early to be knowledgeable about breast health, The Circuelle Foundation is organizing and funding breast self-exam programs in schools nationwide. The Circuelle Foundation is also helping fund mammograms at select hospitals and radiology centers, making this essential screening available for free to women with limited financial resources. The programs are dedicated to help change the way future generations view breast health — A Beautiful Awareness™.