New Chapter

New Chapter

Looking to get out of your comfort zone and start your life over? Each one of us reaches a point where we get fed up with our current situation. During such times, letting go and starting over can be the best thing for you.

When you let go of what didn’t work, what held you back previously, or wipe out those fears that don’t deserve to rule you anymore, you create room to become a more passionate, engaged and inspiring individual.

So how can you start over? When creating the life you want, start by clearing out the things you won’t have use for and get your surrounding in order.

If there are habits, relationships, or activities that don’t work for you anymore, it’s best to leave them out of your life altogether. After you’ve made some room, develop some new customs in your life and follow through with them.

Since none of us knows what the future holds, the idea of new beginnings can feel terrifying at times. However, if you focus on that which is optimistic and encouraging, starting afresh can be an exciting time.

Here are some inspirational quotes about new beginnings to give you the strength and courage to adjust to a new chapter in your life.

We also have a collection of moving quotes as well as these quotes about butterflies that will show you just how powerful a transformation can be. Be sure to check that as well.

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With more than 20 years of comprehensive legal experience, most of which was spent practicing EXCLUSIVELY in the field of bankruptcy, we have the specific bankruptcy and debt resolution experience you need to ensure you get the financial fresh start you deserve. Our Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy services have helped thousands of past clients, saved homes from foreclosure, stopped wage garnishments, prevented repossessions, ended creditor harassment, restructured debts, improved credit scores, and so much more! Even though we&rsquove helped thousands of individuals and families throughout San Diego, Orange and Riverside Counties, we&rsquove never lost sight of what is truly important, each and every client! We created the New Chapter Law Group so that we could put our clients first, and that&rsquos exactly what we&rsquove done! To us, our clients are not just numbers or paperwork&hellip they are families, friends, moms, dads, co-workers, etc&hellip and we refuse to treat anyone like just another number! In order to maintain our commitment to our clients, we vow:

You will ONLY work with Attorneys (not sales people or paralegals)!

Only attorneys can answer your legal questions and give you legal advice, and knowing you are working with an attorney who&rsquos not only experienced but also qualified to answer your questions can definitely help reduce your stress. We want you to feel confident and trust in the help and experience we offer you, and the best way for us to do so is to work directly with you at ALL stages of your case.

There will be NO &ldquosurprise&rdquo fees!

Too many other law firms will offer you a low &ldquointroductory&rdquo price, only to charge more and more as your case goes on. We don&rsquot! After your free attorney consultation, we will quote you a price which includes the costs for all foreseeable work needed to complete your case. We know controlling your expense is crucial, so we do everything we can to help you know what your total costs will be.

We will give you as much time as you need to feel comfortable and confident!

We know everyone is different&hellip each of us with different needs and concerns. Because everyone has different needs, we don&rsquot believe in time limits, and will not limit your time to a pre-set amount. Your free attorney consultation can take 5 minutes of 5 hours&hellip however long it takes for you to have your questions answered and feel confident in the decisions you have to make.

We will do our best to work around your schedule and location!

We know finding time to come to our offices to meet with us and speak about your case isn&rsquot always easy to do, especially if you&rsquore working more than one job or struggling to take care of your family. To help make things just a little easier for you, we offer night and weekend appointments whenever needed. We also offer telephone appointments and have even made &ldquohouse call&rdquo appointments when you just can&rsquot make it into our offices.

As our slogan states, we truly are committed to helping you Start Fresh and Move Forward with Confidence! If you feel like we can help you, or if you just have questions you'd like to have answered, please feel free to call, e-mail, or Request your Free Quote today!

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Employment Candidate Privacy Policy

PURPOSE: The intent of this policy is to identify the ways New Chapter gathers, uses, discloses, and manages an applicants data.

Scope and Overview

This Employee Candidate Privacy Notice (&ldquoNotice&rdquo) describes how New Chapter, Inc. (&ldquoNew Chapter,&rdquo &ldquowe,&rdquo or &ldquous&rdquo) collects and uses, Personal Information during the employment application and recruitment process. This Notice applies to job applicants only and applies to all employment positions to which you apply. For purposes of this Notice, the term &ldquoPersonal Information&rdquo refers to any information, or a combination of pieces of information, that allows you to be identified, and that is subject to, or otherwise afforded protection under, an applicable data protection law, statute, or regulation.

This Notice describes the categories of Personal Information we collect, how we use and retain that Personal Information, and when we may disclose your Personal Information to third parties. We will only use your Personal Information in accordance with this Notice, unless otherwise required by applicable law. We will take steps to ensure that the Personal Information we collect about you is adequate, relevant, not excessive, and used for limited purposes.

If you do not provide us the Personal Information that is necessary for us to consider your application (e.g., evidence of qualifications or work history), then we will not be able to process your employment application.

Collection of Personal Information

New Chapter may collect Personal Information from you (i.e., the candidate), our recruitment vendors, background and credit check providers, public agencies responsible for assisting in the employment eligibility and verification process, publicly available sources, and your identified references. We may collect and process the following categories of Personal Information about you:

  • Contact information including name, title, residential or postal address, telephone number, and personal email address.
  • The information in your curriculum vitae (&ldquoCV&rdquo), resume, cover letter, or similar documentation, or during the course of your interview or other engagement with us.
  • Details regarding the type of employment sought, willingness to relocate, as well as job, compensation, and benefits preferences.
  • Information related to your background, criminal record, credit history and similar data.
  • Information provided by your references, or other third parties, related to your employment history, skills, or qualifications.
  • Information related to previous applications to New Chapter, or previous employment history with New Chapter.
  • Potentially sensitive information including information about your race, ethnicity, national origin, health, including, but not limited to, any medical condition, health, or sickness records, and data about your criminal convictions and offenses.

Collection of Other Information: For information regarding how we collect information on our website or other online services, including when if submit your application online, or during any other business or professional relationship with us, please visit our website privacy statement available at

How We Use Personal Information

We use your Personal Information, as applicable law permits, or requires, to satisfy our employment application and recruitment process, or for our other legitimate business interests. For example, we may use your Personal Information for the following purposes:

  • Identifying and evaluating job applicants, including assessing skills, qualifications, and interests.
  • Verifying your information and completing employment, background and reference checks, which may be subject to your consent where required by applicable law.
  • Communicating with you about the recruitment process and your application.
  • Complying with our legal, judicial, regulatory, administrative, or other corporate requirements, including, but not limited to, requirements mandating that we conduct criminal record, or other background checks.
  • Analyzing and improving our application and recruitment process.
  • Accommodating individuals who may have specialized needs during the employment process.
  • Protecting the rights, interests, and property of New Chapter, other job applicants, employees, or the public, as required, or permitted, by law.

We will only use your Personal Information in accordance with this Notice, and we do not sell your Personal Information for any business reason. If we need to use your Personal Information for an unrelated purpose, we will, to the extent practicable, provide notice to you and, if required by law, seek your consent. We may use your Personal Information without your consent, where permitted by applicable law or regulation.

New Chapter does not undertake any decision-making concerning its employment activities solely by automated means and without any human involvement.

Data Sharing

We will disclose your Personal Information within New Chapter to appropriate officials who are involved in the employment application and recruitment process. We may also disclose your Personal Information to our designated agents, or third-party service providers, who require such information to assist us with administering our employment application and recruitment process, including, but not limited to, obtaining employment verification and background checks. We will share your Personal Information with third-parties when required to do so by law, or by regulatory requirements to which you, or we, are subject. We may share Personal Information where it is necessary to administer our working relationship with you, or where we have another legitimate business interests in doing so, such as where it is necessary for the operation of our business or defend our business or legal interests.

We may also share your Personal Information with potential acquirers or investors of New Chapter, or the business area in which you work. We may share your Personal Information in the event of a merger, divestiture, restructuring, reorganization, dissolution, or other sale or transfer of some, or all, of New Chapter&rsquos practice or assets, whether as a going concern or as part of bankruptcy, liquidation, or similar proceeding, in which Personal Information held by New Chapter, in any form or format, is among the assets transferred.

We Do Not Sell Your Data

We do not sell or rent Personal Information that we have collected or retain about you to any other third-party for any purpose. Accordingly, we do not offer individuals the ability to &ldquoopt-out&rdquo of the selling or renting of Personal Information because we do not engage in those practices.

Data Location and Retention

New Chapter is headquartered in Vermont, United States, and has locations across the United States and in Canada. The information (including personal information) that New Chapter collects and processes is stored in the United States and Canada. If you are located outside of the United States or Canada, please be aware that information you provide to New Chapter will be transferred to the United States or Canada, and that the United States and Canada may not provide the same level of protections as the laws in your country. New Chapter does not participate in the Privacy Shield Frameworks. By continuing to provide us such information you hereby consent to your Personal Information being transferred to, and stored in, the United States or Canada. New Chapter retains employee records in accordance with industry standards. If you have any particular questions regarding our data retention practices, please contact us in accordance with the instructions below.

Data Protection Rights

Depending on the jurisdiction in which you reside, or where New Chapter conducts its data processing activities, you may be afforded additional rights or privileges under certain applicable data protection laws. Schedule 1 sets forth additional data protection rights or privileges that may apply to you.

With regard to any Personal Information that you provide New Chapter, regardless of whether that Personal Information relates to you or a third-party, you must ensure, on a continuing basis, that (i) such Personal Information is accurate, relevant, and complete, (ii) you have the lawful basis to provide New Chapter with such Personal Information, and (iii) you have provided this Notice to, and/or received, consent from, any third-party whose Personal Information you have provided New Chapter. If you choose not to provide us with the Personal Information identified herein, then New Chapter may not be able to satisfy our own contractual or legal obligations, and, in such circumstances, employment with New Chapter may not be permissible. You acknowledge and agree that New Chapter shall not be held liable for any consequence directly resulting from these circumstances.

If you have questions, concerns, or comments related to how New Chapter processes your Personal Information, including whether you would like to exercise the rights and privileges described herein, please use our website contact form located at

Amendment Date: This Notice was last amended on 1-1-20.


If your Personal Information is subject to, or afforded protection under, any of the following data protection laws, then you are entitled to receive notice of the following:

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, as amended, (&ldquoCCPA&rdquo) requires certain businesses that collect Personal Information on California consumers (as defined in the CCPA) to, at, or before the point of collection, inform consumers as to the categories of Personal Information to be collected and the purposes for which the categories of Personal Information shall be used. The types of Personal Information that New Chapter collects from its employment candidates, and the purposes for which such Personal Information is used, are set forth in this Notice. We do not sell or rent Personal Information that we have collected or retain about you to any other third-party.

Review Frequency: As needed.

Stewardship: New Chapter reserves the right to amend these policies when needed. All policies that have a material fiduciary impact on the firm are reviewed and approved by the New Chapter&rsquos Head of Finance, Head of Human Resources and appropriate members of P&G leadership. All major policy creation and revisions are reviewed and approved by the Executive Leadership Team. Periodic revisions and updates to policies that do not represent a material change are reviewed and approved by the Head of Human Resources.

This contains only general information and is not intended to address all the possible policies, procedures, and work rules. This supersedes all past policies and/or standards, written or verbal, expressed or implied it is not a contract of employment or written agreement of any kind. Managers and employees are encouraged to reference the most current version of our Employee Handbook policies by accessing them on-line at the New Chapter Employee Benefits Center site or by contacting their manager or Human Resources.

Where policies or employment practices differ in Canada, we will follow the Canadian Employment Standards Act. Canadian employees&rsquo benefits are not identical to those for US employees, and we will follow the Canadian regulations where warranted.

5. Be kind to yourself when you have a low moment.

When starting a new chapter, there will be setbacks and low points when you think, Can I do this? or Will life feel normal again? Expect them. Allow yourself this reality. Talk to a friend, write in your journal, pray or meditate, and find your own way to learn and regroup.

The adjustment to big changes isn’t linear. It isn’t that each day gets better and better. It’s a wavy line that moves up and down. Accept that one day or hour may just be harder for no obvious reason.

How to Move On and Start a New Chapter in Your Life

Endings are never easy, which is why we need to learn how to move on to new chapters in our life. Knowing how to process feelings of loss and taking steps to prepare for new phases will ensure you make the most out of every stage of your life. (Estimated reading time: 5 minutes)

“Life is like a book. Some chapters are sad, some are happy and some are exciting, but if you never turn the page, you will never know what the next chapter has in store for you.”

If you’ve lived long enough, you’ve had to endure endings of some major eras in your life. These endings may have occurred when you graduated from high school or college, changed jobs or careers, severed a relationship or relocated to a different place.

Whatever the circumstances were, you had to bid adieu to an old and familiar way of being. You may have felt sentimental as you said your goodbyes while also feeling anxious about what could be in store for you in your upcoming destination.

Many of us find it difficult to move on because of an inability to let go of the ways things were. We attempt to cling on to old habits, patterns and relationships, not realizing that it is draining our energy and blocking us from receiving the blessings that await us in the future.

Having confronted this challenge several times in the past, I know that crossing the bridge of life transitions is not an easy feat. The finality of endings used to disturb me because the thought that I would never experience the same situation or be around the same people again felt like a “mini-death”.

It was not until I enrolled in a World Religion course at university that I began shifting my perspective on this. In the course, I learned about a Buddhist concept called the “Wheel of Life”, which is a visual depiction of the Buddhists’ view of our existence as a cycle of life, death, re-birth and “suffering”. To them, this recurring cycle is the very essence of life.

This philosophy opened my eyes to one of the biggest realities of life: change is an inevitable part of our existence. If we want to prosper and experience authentic joy, we have to be able to adapt to the constant state of flux that turns the wheel of life.

Resisting change will only hurt us and interrupt the flow of abundance into our personal space. We have to be open to allowing new energies and influences to create shifts in our life so that we can continue to evolve and grow.

It’s also important that we hold onto the gems of the past, such as any fond memories and important life lessons. In fact, taking a trip down memory lane can be fun and nourishing for the soul as it can elicit pleasant and joyful feelings.

All of this necessitates the need for coping mechanisms that will enable us to make a smooth transition from the past into the new era that is knocking at our door. Here is a big-picture framework of the actions that you can take to successfully move through the passage of change:

1. Leave the pain of the past: Whether you are leaving a job, city or a relationship, ensure that upon your departure, you leave with a sense of love and gratitude. Let go of any grudges, bitterness and pain and reframe your experience as a time of learning. Remember that whatever you’re leaving behind is no longer going to be present in your physical reality and you can only relive within the internal world of your memories. Letting go of any toxicity and painful debris from the past will lighten your emotional baggage and allow you to travel light in the following chapters of your life.

2. Hold on to the wisdom: Every single experience that we have happens for a reason and is all part of the Universe’s plan for our personal evolution. It behooves us to be attuned to the deeper meaning and lessons from all our experiences, both good and bad, and not let it go to waste. I recommend writing in a journal or talking to someone you trust about this issue. Some of the questions that you can ask yourself are – what did I learn by going through this phase in my life? How did it change me as a person? Which accomplishments am I proud of? What are some things that I can change or do better next time?

3. Re-connect with your vision and set some new goals: After you have turned the page over, you can direct your attention to filling out the pages of the new chapter in your life. The best source of guidance is your internal compass because it takes your purpose, values and vision for your future into consideration. Based on this self-knowledge, write down some goals that you would like to achieve in this new phase. Get excited because this is a brand new opportunity to start over – and this time you are armed with wisdom from your past experiences!

4. Explore your new surroundings or circumstances: Stepping into any new terrain does require you to do your due diligence of getting to know who and what you are dealing with. Conduct your own personal orientation before jumping in and forging associations, and committing to tasks. At this point, you want to take on the role of an explorer and navigate your way through this unfamiliar ground. Whether you are starting a new relationship or career, take the time to ask the right questions to ensure that you easily acclimate to your surroundings, and find ways to manifest your goals within it.

If you are at a place in your life where you are trying to overcome feelings of sadness and you’re struggling to adjust to your present reality, please be kind to yourself during this process. Know that what you are going through is not meant to be easy and will test your strength of character.

Loosen your grip on the past and know that something exciting is awaiting you if you open yourself up to it. Like a snake that sheds its old skin or a bird molts its frayed feathers, you too can shed the old layers of pain in preparation for a new layer of growth and prosperity to grow in the near future.

All my best on your journey,

Question for you: Have you ever found it challenging to turn the page over in your life circumstances? What’s the biggest lesson that you have learned when it comes to how to move on and start a new chapter in your life?

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We believe in helping people and companies realise their potential and achieve their future ambitions. This important belief, coupled with an underlying commitment to service excellence in everything we do and a values-driven approach, makes us truly unique within the recruitment industry.

With offices in Leeds & London, we are an established recruitment consultancy with a UK focus, strong International recruiting capabilities and an enviable track record. We meet the needs of our clients and candidates by delivering successful solutions in a supportive and service oriented way.

New Chapter, Поддержка артериального давления Take Care, 60 вегетарианских капсул

Формулы New Chapter Take Care ориентированы на конкретные области здоровья и предлагают комбинации цельных пищевых витаминов, минералов, трав и суперпродуктов для поддержания здоровья и хорошего самочувствия.

Особое внимание на кровяном давлении

Препарат для поддержки артериального давления Take Care содержит специальные растительные экстракты для оказания поддержки сердечно-сосудистой системе. Было доказано, что находящийся в процессе получения патента экстракт виноградных косточек в препарате для поддержки артериального давления Take Care способствует здоровому уровню артериального давления у взрослых. Специально отобранные для данного состава лекарственные растения также помогают поддерживать здоровье на должном уровне.

Полный спектр преимуществ

Многие компании изолируют составляющие из растения, концентрируют их и называют их «цельными растениями». Препарат для контроля артериального давления Take Care дает больше: удивительное взаимодействие цельных трав в их естественном виде, которые действуют совместно. Сильнодействующие и концентрированные экстракты обеспечивают полным спектром полезных фитонутриентов.

Полноценная формула для кровяного давления - препарат для артериального давления Take Care — это надежный, эффективный, клинически исследованный, натуральный экстракт, который, в сочетании с другими добавками, поддерживающими сердце, оказывает всестороннюю помощь в нормализации кровяного давления.

Комплексный уход - нормальный уровень кровяного давления зависит от многих различных факторов. Препарат для контроля артериального давления Take Care предназначен для нескольких путей поддержания артериального давления в пределах нормы.†

Поддержка сердечно-сосудистой системы - специально отобранные растения, такие как базилик священный, гриб маитаке и черная смородина действуют совместно, помогая поддерживать здоровые функции кровеносных сосудов.

1 + 1> 2 - Растения в препарате для поддержки артериального давления Take Care тщательно отобраны и скомбинированы традиционными методами, чтобы предоставить синергичный травяной состав для мужчин и женщин.

Чистые и мощные экстракты — мы используем всесторонний процесс экстракции, в ходе которого сохраняется природная структура растений, создавая тем самым исключительно чистые и эффективные растительные экстракты.

† Не является средством, заменяющим препараты для снижения артериального давления.

New Chapter, Inc

New Chapter® is a Vermont-based vitamin and supplement company with a deeply held mission to deliver the healing intelligence of pure whole foods and herbs for the benefit of both people and planet. Since 1982, they’ve been raising the bar to make supplements for the body to really, truly absorb. Not only were they the first to ferment nutrients in their products to make them more absorbable and bioavailable, but they were also the first major vitamin and supplement company to become a Certified B Corporation.

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Management & Worker Communication

Job Flexibility/Corporate Culture

Occupational Health & Safety

Suppliers, Distributors & Product

Transportation, Distribution & Suppliers

+ Environment Products & Services Introduction

+ Toxin Reduction / Remediation

+ Health & Wellness Improvement

+ Serving in Need Populations

Info_outlineOverall B Impact Score

To certify as a B Corp, a company must achieve a minimum verified score of 80 points on the B Impact Assessment. The B Impact Assessment asks questions about how the day-to-day operations of a company create positive impact for the company’s workers, community, and environment. Additionally, companies can earn further points if their overall business model can be shown to create positive social and environmental impact as well, qualifying the company for specific Impact Business Model points.

Scores for Certified B Corporations are verified by the non-profit B Lab.

Info_outlineImpact Area Scores

The questions in the B Impact Assessment are organized into five Impact Areas: Governance, Workers, Community, Environment, and Customers. Click into a Impact Area to see topics covered in each. Topics in blue are Impact Business Models associated with that Impact Area where the company has earned additional credit. Due to rounding, displayed totals may not add up exactly.

The B Impact Assessment is customized to a company's size, sector, and geographic market. However, within those parameters, there are still questions included in the B Impact Assessment that might not be relevant to a particular company. In cases where a question is not applicable, the potential points available for that question are instead earned based on the performance of the company on the other topics relevant to the stakeholder and summed up as "N/A points." Likewise, a score of N/A for Workers means that the company is a sole proprietor or partnership with no full-time staff, and a score of 0 or N/A for Customers means that the company does not have a specific Customer-focused Impact Business Model.

Starting a New Chapter

Rutgers University recognizes a strong Greek community is a constructive element of student life. The university also recognizes that the community must be adequate so as to provide opportunities for every student who has the desire and means to join.

In overseeing this process of orderly expansion, there must be substantial evidence of the ability of the proposed organization to contribute to the Greek community, and to conduct itself in a manner consistent with OFSA principles and policies.

To insure that fraternities and sororities desiring to be registered at Rutgers possess those qualifications deemed necessary for their success and for the continued health of the Rutgers Greek community, the following standards and procedures have been established.

Registration Criteria

Fraternities/sororities wishing to become registered student organizations at Rutgers University must meet the following criteria:

Watch the video: JAX x Venjent - New Chapter (November 2021).