Daily Archives: 12/20/2014

New Year’s Resolutions – By Dr Mike Evans – video

New Year’s Resolutions- By Dr Mike Evans – video

You are 10 times more likely to stick with a change made at the New Year. What’s your resolution??

Dr. Mike Evans is founder of the Health Design Lab at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of Toronto, and a staff physician at St. Michael’s Hospital.  Continue reading

Christmas Jazz Piano Instrumental Songs Music: 2014 – 3 hrs

3 Hour Christmas Jazz Piano Instrumental Smooth Songs Music: 2014 Holiday Medley Playlist – by JaBig

Youtube comment by Jeanie DeCoster 

Absolutely great mix! I love it! Well done, and I like how each piece melds just perfectly and smoothly into the next. I have used this as my “radio” station while at work and at home while wrapping gifts, etc. It’s so great because it gets me in a jumpy, jazzy, jolly mood (with the occasional slow, moving piece thrown in for variety) without distracting me with lyrics. Anyway, GREAT JOB, JaBig!!! Merry Christmas! – xoxo!!
Guyanese Online Blog entry #4600

Guyana’s growth performance to be revised downwards

Country’s growth performance to be revised downwards

December 19, 2014 | By | By Leonard Gildarie

– rice, sugar steady shaky GDP as gold unable to reach projections

With just 12 days remaining in the year, and as gold declaration continue its shockingly dismal trend, Government is preparing to revise its growth figures downwards. That is because declaration is unlikely to even reach the 400,000-ounce mark, affecting overall projections set by Government at the beginning of the year.

However, record-breaking rice and an improving sugar have been the saviours, helping to buoy an conomy that is keeling from the fallout, Ministry of Finance officials said on December 18..
Government had targeted 484,562 ounces for 2014. Last year, despite falling prices on the world market, the country recorded 481,000 ounces in declared production by miners. Continue reading