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Becoming a mom allowed me to shift from being a nutrition expert who eats a certain way all the time to a woman who understands the struggle of getting a balanced meal on the table for herself and her family. — Nazima Qureshi, SELF, “3 Ways I Make Nutrition Advice More Culturally Relevant to Muslim Women Like Myself,” 3 Apr. 2019 Having a balanced portfolio of mutual funds that hold stocks and bonds will be less risky than holding individual stocks. — OrlandoSentinel.com, “Stocks could still be smart investment after age 70, if handled carefully,” 21 June 2018 Ultimately, the only effective risk management strategy is to recognize the political risk and have a balanced portfolio of markets to sell into. — Harry Kobrak, Detroit Free Press, “Lessons from U.S. auto companies’ historic leadership in the Japanese market,” 17 Feb. 2018 Germany is projected to have a balanced budget after last year’s surplus of €11.2 billion, its fifth annual surplus in a row. — Walter Russell Mead, WSJ, “NATO Is Dying, but Don’t Blame Trump,” 25 Mar. 2019 Wochit How to maintain a balanced academic and personal life? — Stacy Sullivan, azcentral, “High school graduates of azcentral’s media innovation camp imagine future of news,” 3 July 2018 The 4-Step Program assists individuals in all stages of recovery by: (1) building and maintaining motivation (2) coping with urges (3) managing thoughts, feelings and behaviors and (4) living a balanced life. — Lake County News-Sun, “Calendar: Summer Arts Festival this weekend in Lake Bluff,” 11 June 2018 The new star of ‘The Affair’ talks staying confident, embracing a balanced life, and finding true happiness. — Amy Spencer, Health.com, “Sanaa Lathan Talks Self-Care, Body Image, and That “Bizarre” Beyonce-Biting Rumor,” 8 May 2018 This addiction recovery support group follows a four-point program that offers tools and techniques including building and maintaining motivation; coping with urges; managing thoughts, feelings and behaviors; and living a balanced life. — Linda Mcintosh, sandiegouniontribune.com, “Women’s club helps families with kids in hospital. more community news,” 12 Feb. 2018
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