A Beginners Guide to Pomeranians
The Pomeranian is a descendant of the ancient Spitz breeds of the far north. These original Spitz family dogs were the sled dogs from Iceland and Lapland. These breeds were brought to Europe from the... More > Prussian region of Pomerania (an area that's part of Germany and Poland today) and used to herd sheep. These original dogs weighed as much as 30 pounds. In the 1800's Queen Victoria established a kennel for breeding these dogs, but asked the breeders to develop a breed in a smaller size, since she preferred small dogs. Over time, the breed was developed down to its current size of 4-5 pounds. The Pomeranian that we know today was not in existence until the 19th century. Because of their natural showmanship, this breed became a favorite among those who like to show dogs and among the circus. Pomeranians are talented at agility and many types of tricks.< Less
A Beginners Guide to Professional Event Planning
Planning an event is a huge task, that may leave the hosts concentrating more on the preparation and less time on the main event. If you have the responsibility of organizing an event at home or at... More > your work place, you need not fret, because there are variety of event planners, who are ready to step into your shoes and make the event a memorable one.
Nowadays, event planners can be available for every event, be it a corporate meeting, wedding, family get-together, or a social event. Event planners, are professionals who take up the job of organizing an event from the planning stages to the actual day of the event.
This book covers everything you need to know about professional event planning such as:
- Building Your Event Planning Business
- Event Planning 101 For Dummies
- Event Planning For The Holidays
- Event Planning On A Budget
- Why Event Planning Skills Are Important
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A Beginners Guide to Polarity Therapy
The general population views healing as something that is "done to us", either by medical intervention or with the aid of drugs. Unlike standard concepts of medical treatment, alternative... More > healing procedures, like the polarity therapy, are ingrained with the idea that healing comes from within. Developed by Dr, Randolph Stone, an osteopath/naturopath/chiropractor, the polarity therapy aims to balance the mind, body and spirit by ensuring that there is free and uninterrupted energy flow within the body. The ancient Chinese referred to this energy flow as 'chi' while in the ancient Indian Ayurveda it is known as 'prana'. According to this therapy, the energy flow is existent everywhere in nature, including the human body.
This book covers everything you need to know about polarity therapy such as:
- What Is Polarity Therapy
- Polarity In Food For Health
- Dealing With Stress Reduction For Healing
- Polarity Therapy And Touch
- The Contact Point Relationships
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A Beginners Guide to Pheasant Hunting
Good locations for finding pheasants is a dry lake bottom with a significant amount of dead brush and weeds which are about knee to waist high or, in the edges of grain or corn fields.
The rooster... More > (male) pheasant is the one that you want to be hunting. It is colorfully marked with long reddish-brown tail feathers and a red and green head. It has a white ring around its neck and has red-orange and black body. The hen (female) pheasant is smaller than the rooster. She is mostly light brown throughout the whole body and has short light brown tail feathers.
Pheasants follow a schedule as routine as your morning coffee. Understanding their routine can increase you likely hood of flushing out a rooster.< Less