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Caffeine Addiction

Starbucks sells 4 million coffee drinks daily in the USA and to some people it is more than once. There are over 300 million people on the planet so this means some of you are choosing to go to your local coffee house instead, brew your coffee at home, or maybe you don’t even do coffee at all. Either way, it can be a quite a lot of money even if you drink one cup of starbucks a day which many people do. The prices are: The tall (small) is $1.75; The medium (grande) is $1.96; and the large (venti) is $2.07. Most people do not buy a small coffee, so if you do the math you are spending at least $60.00 a month on Starbucks. Here is the kicker. Many people go to Starbucks more than once a day. I can understand wanting afternoon coffee. But there are some people that go three and four times a day! If this is you, then you’ve got a brain of coffee beans and your blood is caffeine. You love it or maybe you are addicted. A great alternative is Yerba Mate Tea. Try it if you wanna get unhooked from caffeine. It will leave you feeling cleaner. It’s another Hughes it or Lose it? With TV TALENT FrazierHughes.com (for hire) like on Facebook at frazierhughes.com and follow on Twitter @hughesorlose. All rights resevered TM *

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Dale Carnegie Testimonials

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My Dale Carnegie Course

I just graduated from The Dale Carnegie Course in Roanoke Virginia. Here is my Diploma, the great people I took it with, and testimonials!

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The Dale Carnegie Course

As some of you may or may not know, I no longer sell rides… I IMPACT LIVES.

Here are two participants inside of The Dale Carnegie Course I am also taking. It’s amazingly powerful.

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The News

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How often are married couples making love? Friends on Facebook but not in public? How much do you tip for a haircut? #1 Car Color in The World? and More with TV Talent (For Hire) FrazierHughes.com It’s Another Hugh3sNews for March 2011!

10 Tips to Get Better Sleep

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Is it my caffeine intake? Food? Frazier wants to make it easier to get a good night’s sleep every night with these simple steps.

  1. Cut caffeine. Simply put, caffeine can keep you awake. It can stay in your body longer than you might think – the effects of caffeine can take as long as eight hours to wear off. So if you drink a cup of coffee in the afternoon and are still tossing at night, caffeine might be the reason. Cutting out caffeine at least four to six hours before bedtime can help you fall asleep easier.
  2. Avoid alcohol as a sleep aid. Alcohol may initially help you fall asleep, but it also causes disturbances in sleep resulting in less restful sleep. An alcohol drink before bedtime may make it more likely that you will wake up during the night.
  3. Relax before bedtime. Stress not only makes you miserable, it wreaks havoc on your sleep. Develop some kind of pre-sleep ritual to break the connection between all the day’s stress and bedtime. These rituals can be as short as 10 minutes or as long as an hour.

Some people find relief in making a list of all the stressors of the day, along with a plan to deal with them this can act as “closure” to the day. Combining this with a period of relaxation perhaps by reading something light, meditating, aromatherapy, light stretching, or taking a hot bath can also help you get better sleep. And don’t look at the clock! That “tick-tock” will just tick you off.

  1. Exercise at the right time for you. Regular exercise can help you get a good night’s sleep. The timing and intensity of exercise seems to play a key role in its effects on sleep. If you are the type of person who gets energized or becomes more alert after exercise, it may be best not to exercise in the evening. Regular exercise in the morning even can help relieve insomnia, according to a study.
  2. Keep your bedroom quiet, dark, and comfortable. For many people, even the slightest noise or light can disturb sleep like the purring of a cat or the light from your laptop or TV. Use earplugs, window blinds or curtains, and an electric blanket or air conditioner everything possible to create an ideal sleep environment. And don’t use the overhead light if you need to get up at night; use a small night-light instead. Ideal room temperatures for sleeping are between 68 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures above 75 or below about 54 can disrupt sleep.
  3. Eat right, sleep tight. Try not to go to bed hungry, but avoid heavy meals before bedtime. An over-full belly can keep you up. Some foods can help, though. Milk contains tryptophan, which is a sleep-promoting substance. Other foods that may help promote sleep include tuna, halibut, pumpkin, artichokes, avocados, almonds, eggs, bok choy, peaches, walnuts, apricots, oats, asparagus, potatoes, buckwheat, and bananas.

Also, try not to drink fluids after 8 p.m. This can keep you from having to get up to use the bathroom during the night.

  1. Restrict nicotine. Having a smoke before bed — although it feels relaxing actually puts a stimulant into your bloodstream. The effects of nicotine are similar to those of caffeine. Nicotine can keep you up and awaken you at night. It should be avoided particularly near bedtime and if you wake up in the middle of the night.
  2. Avoid napping. Napping can only make matters worse if you usually have problems falling asleep. If you do nap, keep it short. A brief 15-20-minute snooze about eight hours after you get up in the morning can actually be rejuvenating.
  3. Keep pets off the bed. Does your pet sleep with you? This, too, may cause you to awaken during the night, either from allergies or pet movements. Fido and Fluffy might be better off on the floor than on your sheets.
  4. Avoid watching TV, eating, and discussing emotional issues in bed.The bed should be used for sleep and sex only. If not, you can end up associating the bed with distracting activities that could make it difficult for you to fall asleep.

-From webmd

 

 

2010 in review

The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how THE FRAZIERHUGHES.COM blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

Healthy blog!

The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads This blog is on fire!.

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A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 11,000 times in 2010. That’s about 26 full 747s.

In 2010, there were 293 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 348 posts. There were 534 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 177mb. That’s about 1 pictures per day.

The busiest day of the year was April 27th with 127 views. The most popular post that day was HUGHES NEWS “The Blue Ridge Marathon Experience” Likes/Dislikes.

Where did they come from?

The top referring sites in 2010 were facebook.com, mp3000.net, airmp3.net, mp3-center.org, and mp3raid.com.

Some visitors came searching, mostly for frazier hughes, become a fan, frazierhughes.com, how to find a date on facebook, and find a date on facebook.

Attractions in 2010

These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.

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HUGHES NEWS “The Blue Ridge Marathon Experience” Likes/Dislikes April 2010
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Dancing June 2009
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I Sell Cars. June 2009

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About June 2009

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My Agent In Roanoke September 2009

emcee

I got started in 1996 while in The Radio Business And I still Emcee

Events. This was at The Hotel Roanoke for a private party. It was

fun and my first time being Elvis. Amazing reception. Could he be

the most recognizable figure in the History of The United States?


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