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A Funny Thing to Do When Playing Games

By Jason Freely / last week

On one of our very early dates, my boyfriend and I went to the park, armed with a couple of books, the newspaper, and a pack of playing cards… I was thrilled to find someone with the same nerdly, paper-centric interests as me. We worked on the crossword together and played a few rounds of […]

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5 Easy Ways to Improve Bone Health for All Ages

By Jason Freely / last week

Improper care of your bones can lead to serious and irreversible health issues. Read on to discover the best tips to improve bone health here. Bone health is a key to longevity and quality of life. To put into perspective just how important it is, did you know men and women with osteoporosis face higher mortality rates, […]

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July 2020 Horoscopes: Emerging From the Storm

By Jason Freely / last week

2020 has been a momentous year for the entire world, and when we look back upon it, we will notice how it affected our individual paths in nearly every way. From daily routines, career paths, and personal relationships, we are being forced to evolve whether or not we want to. As human beings, we often […]

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Social Distancing Thoughts

By Jason Freely / last week

How are you holding up? By the wonderful Grace Farris. P.S. Nameless feelings and quarantine greeting cards.… Read more The post Social Distancing Thoughts appeared first on A Cup of Jo.

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7 Awesome Gift Ideas for the Animal Lovers in Your Life

By Jason Freely / last week

We all have at least one animal aficionado in our lives. Read our article and discover seven gifts for animal lovers that will definitely be a success! From cat lovers to dog fanatics, from miniature goat admirers to tortoise aficionados.  67% of U.S households own a pet, did you know that? This means that we […]

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July 2020 Theme: The Importance of Making Time for Reflection

By Jason Freely / last week

This year hasn’t gone as planned. I mean, did you predict a global pandemic, financial depression, and historic social uprising?? No matter how turbulent this time period has been, I’m thankful we will not be emerging from 2020 the same people we were at the beginning of the new decade. This quick and rapid shift […]

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What’s Your Comfort Movie?

By Jason Freely / a couple of weeks ago

Imagine this: You’ve had a long day — say, stressful work, restless kids, a global pandemic — and you just want to turn your brain off. So, what chill-out movie do you turn to? Mine is a no-brainer… When Harry Met Sally. I always laugh throughout the 1989 romcom and can quote almost every line. The […]

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3 Tips for Pre-Meds Applying to Medical School

By Jason Freely / a couple of weeks ago

Have you started your journey to medical school yet? Applying to medical school is one step to achieving your childhood dreams. And while it might seem like a smooth process to many, there are various requirements that you need to meet before you secure a place in your preferred school. All these require time, and […]

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What It Means to Age Gracefully (It’s About More Than Appearance)

By Jason Freely / a couple of weeks ago

Photo of Khamisa Wilsher by Mariah Millie Photography, via Huha Inc. on Unsplash The other day, I went to get my first HydraFacial. It has been my biggest anti-aging flex yet. I’d tried a few facials here and there, but nothing to this dedicated enchantress extreme. Everything was fancy, from the machines and display cases […]

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What’s Bringing You Joy Right Now?

By Jason Freely / a couple of weeks ago

Last night, I was walking home from the grocery store when I saw the cutest thing… Twenty minutes earlier, ominous clouds had blown in, and I’d dashed out to get milk and bananas, hoping to make it back before the skies opened up. But while I was in the store, the rainstorm began and I […]

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