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1. Great Expectations and the Sweet Spot
Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, would like to be a happier person. Does that really mean that he has to lower his expectations?
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2. I Was Not High When I Wrote This
Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, knows that many of you are toying with the idea of trying recreational cannabis. He has some interesting insights as a health and wellness publisher that you might want to read first.
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3. Luck & Perspective
A rough night at the casino and a broken down car are illustrative of a run of bad luck. But, perhaps not. As Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, explains, it depends on one's perspective.
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4. Publisher's Note
Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, just had a birthday and the 10th Anniversary of Tonic, neither of which was adequately celebrated. Read here and find out why.
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5. We’re Not Live...for Good Reason
There's a very good reason that Tonic Publisher Jamie Bussin's new talk show THE TONIC is recorded in advance and not broadcast live. Read here to find out why.
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6. A Star Is Born?
This month Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, writes about his debut on tv! Read here to find out more.
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7. It’s Not Staying In Vegas
Read here to find out why Tonic Publisher is call his latest trip "Lost Vegas"!
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8. I Do Listen...Sometimes
Tonic Publisher Jamie Bussin does listen to your suggestions...really!
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9. Las Vegas: A Healthy Vacation
Jamie Bussin goes on annual trip to Las Vegas to recharge his batteries. It is a health and wellness trip in ways you might not think. Find out here.
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10. My School Reunion
Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, looks back at where he is and where he thought he'd be after graduating law school - and how he embraced unexpected change.
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11. Fathers and Sons
Tonic Publisher, Jamie Bussin, doesn't mind if his teenage son can beat him in a game of one on one basketball. But he draws the line at height - he still wants them to look up to him...literally.
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