Does your boss work when they want, from wherever they want and love their job? Are the people in your current future “busy,” overworked and stressed? Are they still trading 5 days of work for 2 days of life on the weekends? Are they stuffing money into their 401(k)s and ***hoping*** they’ll actually be able to enjoy life in retirement? You may think I’m painting this stark contrast as a marketing gimmick.
These statements are based on REAL data: • A person under the age of 55 is 57% likely to have zero net worth or negative net worth. • 89% of all “under 35” households had a net worth less than $100,000. • A person in the 35-44 age range has a median net worth of $13,000 excluding home equity. Based on these numbers, maybe “going to a great school” and “getting a good job” isn’t all it was cracked up to be? The world looks much different for business owners. • Most millionaires earn the majority of their income through interest and appreciation of assets (rising stock, bond & real estate prices) • 62% of all millionaires and billionaires are self-made. In the wise words of Garland Greene, from Con Air,: [/text_block] How to Tell the Future. Tara Divina is a California-based Vedic Astrologer.
Vedic Astrology, also known as Jyotish, is an ancient, sacred art of self-understanding and divination. With nearly 10 years of experience, Tara gives personalized readings that answer her clients' biggest questions about relationships, money, purpose, career, and other big life decisions. Colin Wilson, in his history of the occult, tells the story of a man living in India who walked along a dirt path to visit the river each day to swim. One day, on the way home, he noticed his footprints, and that at a certain point along the road, he had "randomly" switched and walked to the other side. Why at that moment, had he moved to the other side of the road? When he stopped and examined his tracks, he looked off into the trees and noticed enormous fresh tiger tracks, just off the road, just at the point he had switched to the other side. Unconsciously, perhaps, the man was aware of the danger, and had steered clear of a tiger, probably saving his own life. You too can learn about developing your extrasensory perceptions and applying them to your life. E ven though more Americans than ever have access to legal cannabis, many people still have to take a drug test as a stipulation for employment, and in some states, as a prerequisite to receive state assistance like food stamps and unemployment benefits. At-home drug tests are easy to find in both drug stores and online. And they are affordable, too, costing anywhere from $5 to $30. But if failing a drug screening causes a loss of work and benefits, should you really rely on the results of a cheap test? Most people who must consent to a drug screening are concerned about testing positive for cannabis, and for good reason. Cannabis’ metabolite, THC-COOH, can remain in the body for a while, depending on several factors. THC-COOH gets stored in body fat and how long it stays in the body depends on body fat percentage. THC metabolites dissolve in lipids and fats, so, the more fat you have, the more cannabis will accumulate, thereby extending elimination time. For more information on how to flush marijuana out of your system, click here. To purchase products to help pass a drug test, click here. How much metabolite remains in your system depends on how frequently cannabis has been used, what kind, and how much was ingested. Therefore, if someone who smokes one or two joints a day and has a higher percentage of body fat than someone who uses at the same rate but has less body fat, it will take a longer time for the person with a higher body fat percentage to eliminate THC-COOH from their body. And, even if a person has a thin physique, they could still be “skinny fat,” meaning that their weight and BMI may be normal, but the ratio of fat to muscle is unhealthy. Another thing to keep in mind is how THC metabolizes in the body.
It metabolizes in the liver and is regulated by a different set of enzymes than those that regulate fat metabolism. Just remember that it won’t help to get rid of THC-COOH any quicker. There are a few different ways to test for drugs: saliva/oral fluid tests, urine tests, blood tests, and hair. Saliva/oral fluid tests have the shortest window of detection, or the amount of time a drug can be detected. Because it has a small window, these tests are not used very often.
Urine tests are so widely used that 90 percent of the 55 million drug tests administered in 2015 were urine tests. They are more accurate than saliva/oral test while still being affordable. Urine tests also have a longer window of detection.