Monthly Archives: December 2015

Ditch the resolutions! Try gratitude instead.

This New Year’s Eve, instead of making the same old tired resolutions that you’ll most likely abandon in a few weeks anyway, consider trying something that could really change your life: gratitude. It may not be as dramatic as, say, … Continue reading

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It’s NOT Too Late: 5 Gifts to Give Yourself (that won’t cost you a dime!)

Now that you’ve figured out what to give all the people in your life, it is time to consider giving to yourself. These are not the latest shiny things that were on your list, but they do have the potential to bring a smile to your face. … Continue reading

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5 Effective Ways to Talk to Teens About Drinking and Driving

Having teens that drive (or ride in cars with other teen drivers) is generally enough stress for parents all on its own. Throw in the issue of underage drinking and it is more than any reasonable parent wants to face. … Continue reading

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