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THE JOY OF LIVING BLOG

1106, 2019

the JOY of LIVING Podcast

The JOY of LIVING, which is streamed live on VoiceAmerica.com each Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. Pacific time. The JOY of LIVING Show exists for one reason only: it’s all about YOU, the listener. The show features some of the most remarkable people on the planet and is heard by hundreds of thousands of people worldwide and more than 25,000 people download the Podcast and then share.

1106, 2019

S.M.I.L.E

Reframing is the process of utilizing words and acronyms to find positive Purposeful powerful aspects to rewire our thoughts and words and hopefully our deeds.

606, 2019

How To Help Provide Clean Water

A human can go without food for about three weeks but would typically, only last three to four days without water. In other words, water is a necessity. Without it, a living being cannot survive. Yet, it is a horrific fact that there are millions of people around the world who do not have access to clean drinking water or proper sanitation. Some 842 000 people are estimated to die each year from diarrhea as [...]

2504, 2019

COLLEGE KIDS GIVING TO CAUSES?

Universities are learning that the current generation of traditional-age college students are loving that they have  options in giving to causes through several innovative ways unavailable to previous generations. It’s a misconception that the generation of people born after 1990 (millennials) are more selfish than prior groups. The data of giving shows otherwise. Some reports even go so far as to say they give more than any other generation, even when they lack the funds [...]

2504, 2019

FEEDING (HUNGRY) KIDS IN AMERICA

HELP FEED HUNGRY KIDS TODAY When you imagine childhood hunger, do you picture the skeletal frames and swollen bellies of children from third world countries? If so, you should know that isn’t the full story. According to FeedingAmerica.org, roughly 1 in 7 people in the U.S. face hunger every year. The rates of hunger in children are even higher, with about 1 in 5 lacking proper access to food at some [...]