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Through hard work, innovation and a drive to make a difference, next year’s People to Watch are leading their industries and leaving a lasting mark within our community.
If we are constantly taking exception to where we are, what we have, how we look, or what we have accomplished, then there is no escaping the lack of satisfaction or happiness with the moment we are experiencing.
Nothing says welcome like a front porch, and your front entryway speaks volumes about your home—make it warm and welcoming with a few simple tips. Give your door a fresh coat of paint, update house numbers and lighting fixtures and hang a winter wreath on the door.
“Daring to set boundaries is about having the courage to love ourselves even when we risk disappointing others.” – Brené Brown
How is it that we are not only ending another year, but also an entire decade? Time waits for no one, right?
Nutrigenomics research, the study of the effects of how genetic variations affect one’s nutrition, takes a general look at how many nutrients or calories an average person should consume and how certain supplements can affect them.
Last year was my first Christmas as a divorced single mother. When I attempted to erect the three-section, eight-foot artificial tree that I acquired in the divorce, I could not attach the A portion to the B portion without help. This was a two person job
Belief is an illusion, yet it has so much power over us. Our belief system is an acquired knowledge and beliefs only live in your head. This is both good and bad at the same time.
After sex, money is the issue that couples have the most disagreements about. Do we keep our finances separate or combine them?
Aging is inevitable; however, old age is optional because it is personal. You can decide if you are old or simply of an age. Aging and old age affects all of us sooner or later; the trick is deferring old age.