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You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Til It’s Gone

Here’s something crazy. Life comes at you fast. You get busy. Doing things that are immensely important. Doing your best on every test that life throws at you.

So many things are so important that sometimes you forget some of the things are at least as important as everything else you are doing.  One thing we often lose track of something so basic to our well being… Like our health.

Before you know it a few years have gone by. The simple things that used to be easy are not quite as easy. Getting up that flight of stores. Running is a bit slower, and you’re a little more winded.

And You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Til It’s Gone. If you’re not careful a few years turns into 5. Then into a decade… or two… or three.

And suddenly you realize how far you’ve fallen. That’s where Ed found himself. From an athlete to a degree. To a job. To a family. To realizing that the health of youth isn’t eternal. Before Ed knew it he’d put on an extra 100 lbs. And NO, it wasn’t body builder muscle.

So he went on a quest trying every diet, exercise, cardio and weight lifting lifestyle he could find. It almost seemed like a wasted cause. Lose 10 lbs and gain 12. Lose 20 but feel sluggish and exhausted, not just physically, but as much mentally. Like life had become a fog.

After pretty much giving up, he discovered something that actually helped him feel the energy of youth again. He dropped 68.4 lbs in just 5 months. No more brain fog. Better mood. GREAT Energy. NO  MORE FIGHTING FOOD CRAVINGS.

ALL OF THAT WENT AWAY WITH A SIMPLE TECHNIQUE! That’s right, when you get rid of all the issues that are plaguing your health and do it the right way You Can GET RID OF ALL THE BAD SIDE EFFECTS. And then you’ll realize the upside to the viewpoint of “You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Til It’s Gone.”

Ed went from feeling like he was in the midst of a death sentence to having signed a NEW LEASE ON LIFE.  The excess fat is getting gone. The Lack of energy – GONE. Cravings? GONE! Brain fog? GONE! High cholesterol – GONE! High Blood Sugar – GONE.

So now I have to say if “You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Til It’s Gone” you should check out Ed’s secret formula. Maybe it will save your life. What if you could find a “magic koolaid” to add an extra decade of “QUALITY LIFE” to your time on this planet? Would it be worth checking it out?

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Spot Night changes, but in a good way

Anne Nickoloff, Music Reporter
April 26, 2013
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

After another successful year, Spot Night may face some future changes to promote its weekly presence on Case Western Reserve University’s campus.
“We’re looking to book artists that will be getting big within the next few years, as well as moving Spot Night back to a later time,” said University Program Board (UPB) concert committee co-chair Brianna Thompson.

Sometimes Spot Night is thought of as a lame series of local, unknown bands, but recognizable names began building a fan base at venues like the Spot.
MGMT, Gym Class Heroes, Jack’s Mannequin, Phantom Planet, and Big Boi performed at Spot Nights before becoming more popular (and out of UPB’s price range). This year’s concerts, especially Lighthouse & the Whaler, Action Item, and William Beckett, were all “reasonably successful,” according to Thompson.

By moving Spot Night’s time to later in the evening, it may allow students who are participating in Wednesday club meetings or other extracurricular activities to attend the shows, thus consistently increasing the audience size.
UPB’s concert committee is also in charge of running the Fall Concert, which featured B.o.B. this past year. Thompson said both the Fall Concert and upcoming Spot Nights of next semester “should bring a bright new music scene to the Case campus.”