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Leisure Time would also like to announce the re-instatement of its vendor gaming license with the Sycuan Tribal Gaming Commission.
PROPER use of leisure time to produce feelings of achievement, usefulness and happiness.
Nearly half of working-age Americans say they have no more than four hours of leisure time on a typical weekend day.
The challenges of camping to help people learn to constructively use their leisure time is so apparent as to need little emphasis, but every newspaper we read yields new evidence that the challenge has not been met.
discretionary spending and leisure time is geared toward their families.
Benjamin Harris, and Sara Rice Pryor's leisure time.
0% of respondents said leisure time is either extremely important or very important, while 28.
Washington, Oct 1 ( ANI ): A new study has found that people who exercised more than four hours per week in their leisure time had a 19 percent lower risk of high blood pressure than people who didn't exercise much.
Alan Johnson, a principal shareholder of the Leisure Time, resigned his positions as a Director and as the Chairman, President and CEO of Leisure Time and has placed his shares of Leisure Time into a blind voting trust.
The consensus of the professionals is that you should give up some of the unimportant activities that sap leisure time and cut your work enough so that you can curb spending on impulse items to make up for lost pay.
I examine recreational activities between 1890 and 1940, the period when (a) leisure time expanded,(1) and (b) major new technologies for leisure first emerged and won acceptance by the middle-class: bicycles, streetcars, automobiles, telephones, movies, radio, and so forth.