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Step-By-Step Guide to Moving in Louisville

  Louisville is home to the infamous Kentucky Derby which draws in international renown. Even if you don’t know what it is, chances are you have heard of it, and if you have visited this beautiful lakeside city, you might have just fallen in love with it. If you are considering moving, or want to move to another home in the area, follow this step-by-step guide on how to make that process a breeze: Find Your Perfect Home in Your Budget One of the main draws to Louisville is that its homes are far more affordable than other cities. Whereas…


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4 Reasons for Choosing A Career In Heart Surgery

Surgery to ensure that the heart does not involve any complexities is not an easy task. However, the rewards for becoming a successful heart surgeon are great. Above all, the satisfaction of helping a patient recover from a cardiovascular illness is in itself a great achievement. If you plan to become a cardiovascular surgeon, then you have a duty to take care of heart problems in all kinds of patients so that they can live for a longer time. However, if you still are skeptical about this career choice and need the motivation to come up with a decision, then…


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Global Superstars From Louisville, Kentucky

Louisville has a rich history and heritage, dating all the way back to 1778 when Colonel George Rogers Clark formed a settlement on Corn Island. In its more recent history, it has become famed across the world for legendary sons such as Colonel Harland Sanders, the chicken restaurateur and, of course, the one and only Muhammad Ali. Louisville not only has a golden past, however, it is also home to some of the most acclaimed superstars in the world today. Jennifer Lawrence Jennifer Lawrence is possibly the most celebrated film actress in the world today. Born in the Louisville suburb…


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Tips to Help You settle Down When Moving Into a New City

Relocating to a new city or town is hard. No one appreciates the inconvenience of packing and unpacking and leaving family, friends and neighbors that they become attached to over the years for the unknown prospects that a new city presents. Relocating, however, need not to be a dreadful affair. Look at as an opportunity to expand your horizons, meet new and exciting challenges and broaden your social circles. Not that all these are guaranteed. They take time as you settle in and become acclimatized with your new city. These tips will help you settle in faster when moving into…


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The Best Ways To Discover A New City

Visiting a new city is a great way to explore somewhere different, step outside your comfort zone and escape your daily routine. Whether you are in town for work-related purposes, visiting a friend or simply stopping through on your way to somewhere else, it is always worth getting out and exploring so that you can soak up culture and meet a few of the locals – you could even make some new friends! If you are in a new city and are not sure what to do with yourself, here are a few great ideas whether you are traveling solo…


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Heuser Health Optimization – One Month of Progress

Let’s start with the best news — after a month of adhering to a pretty strict diet, my Hemoglobin A1C level has dropped from 6.6 to 5.7. If the numbers mean nothing to you, Peggy Heuser tells me it’s fantastic, that I’ve gone from the diabetes danger zone to a pre-diabetes level. Seeing is believing when it comes to the Heuser Health’s optimization program. Results like that are making me more determined than ever to keep this regimen going.  I’ve also dropped 11 pounds, lost 2 1/2 inches on my belly, and even found myself able to bend my knees…


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All-New EatDrinkTalk Podcast Debuts on Louisville.am Network

Chef David Danielson, the Kentucky Derby Chef, Talks up his new Book The return of the Eat Drink Talk podcast features the renowned Churchill Downs chef, David Danielson, who joined Carolyn and Rick at the Louisville.am studios. Danielson is a busy man always, but especially now as he has just six weeks or so to prepare for the crush of 160,000 hungry horseracing fans on the first Saturday in May. He’s also promoting his new book, written with Tim Laird,The Bourbon Country Cookbook: New Southern Entertaining: 95 Recipes and More from a Modern Kentucky Kitchen is being published just in time…


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Eat Drink Talk Podcast will Focus on Local Bars and Restaurants

Carolyn McLean and Rick Redding Will Host Weekly Podcast A city known nationally for its restaurant and bar scene is set to have its own podcast devoted to eating, drinking and enjoying life in Louisville. The 30-minute weekly show will deliver discussion on dining trends, restaurant openings and closings, and all the latest industry news in a lively and entertaining format. Co-hosts Carolyn McLean and Rick Redding are seasoned journalists with a die-hard appreciation for the city’s gems, both old and new. “This show is a must-listen for Louisvillians who want the scoop on where to go and what to…


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Safe Swimming Tips

During the summer most of us like to unwind by going down the beach to cool off from the sweltering heat. Those without access to the beach prefer swimming by pools and taking boat rides down rivers for that exhilarating swimming experience. Ocean and river swimming is a different ball game altogether and requires more caution. Unlike a swimming pool experience in which you know what to expect, swimming in a river or an ocean presents a lot more dangers than the swimming pool. Before jumping into a river or an ocean for a dip, you should consider the strength…


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My Health Optimization – The Nutrition Piece

Without realizing it, I had fallen into the trap that many Americans do – eating crap. I had always been too busy, or too lazy, to eat nutritious foods. Sure, I hear in the media about the importance of diet, but to me it often meant mixing in a salad once a week. I certainly wasn’t intentional about my food intake, taking a lot of pleasure in the convenience and taste of fast food. In a normal week, I was eating a lot of pizza, sandwiches and starches, washing it down with beer and bourbon. My clothes weren’t fitting right,…