Monthly Archives: December 2018

What is… seasonal affective disorder — Mental Health @ Home

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a subtype of depression with symptoms that occur based on a seasonal pattern. Typically depressive symptoms occur during the winter, but other patterns are possible. For example, depressive symptoms may appear in the spring, or … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding YouTube Videos and Some Alleged Crowdfunding Scams

Note: I take no stance on the following YouTube videos. In some cases, they have what could be great advice on how to use crowdfunding; in other cases, YouTubers have labeled some as scams. Take what you will from any … Continue reading

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Keyword Search WordPress Suggested Topics – WordPress, ElasticSearch, Sharks

I don’t always look at the three (3) keywords that WordPress throws out during the day, there is some variation although the same keywords often repeat multiple times during the day. Here’s what I saw last night: Suggestions: WordPress, Elasticsearch, … Continue reading

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No FindMyPast Fridays December 28, 2018

I checked FindMyPast – for its weekly FindMyPast Fridays post today and didn’t see one. It’s late enough Friday evening they may have decided not to do one this week. . Unlike other posts, the FindMyPast Fridays posts rely … Continue reading

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Keep the good feelings going. — Prairie Independent Living Resource Center, Inc. (PILR)

Most of us love the winter time and Holiday season for various reasons. Some love the cold air and snow, others the magic that fills the air and still others love that beautiful feeling you get with giving the perfect … Continue reading

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EOGN Copyright Article

Standard disclaimer: I am not an attorney, and none of the information in this blog post, or any other blog post I make, is intended as, nor should it be construed to be legal advice. If you need legal advice, … Continue reading

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Why You Should Take DNA Results with a Huge Grain of Salt

Standard disclaimer: None of the advice in this or any other blog post I make is intended as, nor should it be construed to be, medical advice. Consult a trained medical provider knowledgeable in the area of medicine that you … Continue reading

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Ethnicity is Just an Estimate – Yes, Really! — DNAeXplained – Genetic Genealogy

Lots of people will have received DNA tests as gifts over the holidays. This pleases me to no end, because I know I’ll match any number of them and maybe, just maybe, those matches will help me fill in those … Continue reading

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Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse Coming January 20-21, 2019

I had to look this one up as I wasn’t sure what a super blood wolf moon eclipse was: It mentions both January 20 and 21, 2019. From the above article: The super blood wolf moon eclipse is actually … Continue reading

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DNA and Chimera

Important NOTE: paternity/parent DNA testing tends to look at only a handful of markers, usually anywhere from 13 to 26, sometimes as many as several hundred markers, maybe 200 – 400 or so. In comparison, genealogical DNA testing by 23andMe, … Continue reading

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