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The Impulse


Editor

Impulse Magazine


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www.courierpostonline.com

Impulse Editor Margarita Venegas will be one of the five judges listening to contestants compete for items such as gift certificates to Posh Salon and Mulberry Tea House.


www.courierpostonline.com [cached]

From left are Sheldon Sneed, Jason Nark, Dan Grote, Dorina Cardy, Margarita Venegas, Bridget Smith and Nykole Greene. "Impulse is going to be the publication that young readers can turn to for entertainment as well as news that they want," said Margarita Venegas, the 32-year-old Impulse editor who moved over from a position as an assistant metro editor to take the helm of Impulse.Venegas said the publication will be filled with familiar faces -- all the models on the cover each week will be from South Jersey or Philadelphia.


www.jasonnark.com

Impulse editor Margarita Venegas lost 20 pounds throughout 2005, one thing that helped keep her motivated was weighing herself only monthly -- that way you're not getting disappointed when you don't see a difference in your weight each day.
Margarita adds that even though her schedule was unrealistic for eating six small meals a day, she did bring carrot sticks and healthy snacks to work to keep her appetite at a manageable level throughout the day -- she also made lunches the night before so she wasn't stuck running to McDonald's each afternoon. 4. Be flexible. "If you're getting to the gym three days a week don't be too strict as to what days they are," Bolden said. "Just get there. And, Margarita adds, a little work out goes a long way. When she started working out, she could barely run a half mile and her arms ached for weeks lifting weights. Now, she runs three miles and can lift a whopping 40 pounds. 5. Get help. Margarita used a personal trainer at the YMCA for three months. The prices there were cheaper than trainers at other gyms, she said.


www.courierpostonline.com [cached]

Get the person you're trying to seduce to touch you; your soft skin will intrigue them. -- Margarita Venegas, Impulse


www.asteptowardhope.com

Impulse Editor Margarita Venegas will be one of the five judges listening to contestants compete for items such as gift certificates to Posh Salon and Mulberry Tea House.


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