Dr. Blake Livingood Is #1 on the Amazon Bestseller List

Author of Livingood Daily - Amazon #1 Best Seller

Dr. Blake Livingood

Livingood Daily

Dr. Livingood

CARY, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, July 21, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dr. Blake Livingood knows what it takes for one to live their best, healthiest life. As the author of Livingood Daily, a number 1 bestseller on Amazon for the past two years, he talks about the 5 foundations of health and how he was able to turn the health of his father around.

In Livingood Daily, he talks about how he nearly lost his father at the age of 51 due to an autoimmune disease and heart failure. The number of doctors his father saw for his conditions at the Mayo Clinic was astounding, and constant medications and surgeries were not helping. Dr. Livingood developed the process of the 5 foundations of health and was able to save his father in the process.

One can heal their body naturally, Dr. Blake Livingood has found out. He has been able to lead his father off of all the medication he was prescribed, and his dad is back to playing with his grandchildren. As a nurse, his wife is also committed to healthy living, and together they hope to build a large natural health care clinic. So far, they have helped 25,000 people reach the same success as Dr. Livingood’s father.

The book Livingood Daily was written by Dr. Blake Livingood in 2018 to bring awareness to natural ways to improve overall health. He wanted to share his father’s journey and how he was able to heal using natural resources. The book talks about the 5 foundations of health and offers readers a 21-day challenge to get started on their journey.

During the time spent as #1 on the Amazon bestseller list, Livingwood Daily has sold more than 500,000 copies throughout the world. Dr. Blake Livingood knows that by sharing his father’s journey, he is able to teach others how to live their best life. By following the recipes and supplementation discussed in his book, people have been able to take their health back into their own hands.

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Ditch the Dye, Embrace the Gray and Ignore the Polite Hair Trolls

Pamela Cummins Author
This Curly Woman Went Gray by Pamela Cummins

A new book helps women with all types of hair textures take the steps and use the tools to stop the vicious cycle of covering up the grays.

US yearbook guidelines and standards finalized at SPOA Conference

Production of a school yearbook

School Yearbooks

Keeping the yearbook tradition alive and well is a core focus of our industry association.”

— David Crandall

GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, July 10, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The 2022-2023 SPOA Digital Guidelines and Standards for Yearbook for the usage and production of yearbooks for all U.S. schools was finalized and ratified Friday, June 10, at the International Conference on School Photography and Yearbooks in Houston, Texas. The event was hosted by the School Photographers of America (SPOA).

David Lake, the executive board chair of the Digital Guidelines and Standards committee, met with national companies to review edits to proposed guidelines and standards. The committee voted on those changes and unanimously ratified the resulting document.

Lake announced the next standards discussion will take place in December, during SPOA’s in-person Leadership Summit, being held in Greenville, SC. The meeting will be held both virtually and in-person for those that can attend.

David Crandall, executive director, SPOA, announced he and Jake Mark of Dorian Studio, chair of the governing board and liaison to the secondary yearbook industry, will facilitate another secondary yearbook industry executive call in late July or August to discuss ways in which the school photography and yearbook industry can share best practices to keep both traditions strong for generations to come. The secondary yearbook industry is very different and more complex than the customary PK-8th grade markets, with the need for sports pictures, senior pictures, underclass pictures, club pictures, group pictures and more.

“SPOA is committed to advancing the conversation between school photographers, yearbook companies and software vendors to increase the market and the profitable of all,” says David Crandall, executive director, SPOA. “Keeping the yearbook tradition alive and well is a core focus of our industry association.”

School Photographers of America (SPOA) was formed in 2020 on behalf of school portrait studios to advocate for and to protect their copyrights, as well as establish and govern healthy standards and best practices for the school photography industry. This will ensure school photography remains a rich tradition in schools across North America.

To learn more about SPOA, visit www.schoolphotographersofamerica.com or email David Crandall at DavidC@schoolphotographersofamerica.com.

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