Books & Music
Food & Wine
Health & Fitness
Hobbies & Crafts
Home & Garden
News & Politics
Religion & Spirituality
Travel & Culture
TV & Movies
Archive by Date | Archive by Article Title
Not My Circus, Not My Monkeys
Sometimes people get caught up in toxic dramas created by family, friends and colleagues. Note that there are inherent costs to this kind of involvement ranging from health to happiness. Protect your brain from negativity which causes stress and inflammation both physically and emotionally.
September Means New Year’s Resolutions
September is the month of new beginnings, a fresh start to trigger change. So with all that said, isn't it better to make your New Year's resolutions during the new vibrational energy of a crisp fall, as opposed to a cold, dark January?
No Good Man Available? Try a Woman
Did you know that a woman’s sexuality is more adaptive and flexible than a man’s?
Diverse Friendships Create Job Success
As the saying goes, birds of a feather flock together. However, this uniformity is precisely the problem if you want to get ahead at work. The key words are cultural competence. Here’s how to diversify your friendships:
Health Benefits of Becoming A “Domestic Athlete”
What is a domestic athlete? This is a person who puts in the most effort in the least amount of time and gets results. Here’s how to be one:
6 Powerful Ways to Disarm Nosy Meddlers
Nosy meddlers can seem like Velcro or Teflon. As with all experiences, you get to decide on your perception. Here are 6 effective ways to deal with these trespassers.
Do You Live In a Matrix or "Hatrix"?
Whose life and relationships are so neatly compartmentalized as in a matrix? Here are 7 strategies which could prove helpful when living in hatrix – fixating on the bad:
How to Stop Your Child’s Summer Weight Gain
When school’s out, the pounds go up. If there were a grade given for summer fitness, many would receive an F for fat. However, it’s not too late to reverse the weight gain in mid-summer.
How Alzheimer’s Caregivers Survive Their Ordeal
An Alzheimer’s caregiver needs a special arsenal to deal with a loved one because of language impairment. Here’s how to maintain a caring relationship despite cognitive decline.
Why Are Kids So Rude?
Are please and thank you defunct? Is making eye contact while speaking to another person old-fashioned? Is listening attentively without interrupting a thing of the past? Here’s why:
Pages of Results:
Website copyright © 2015 Minerva WebWorks LLC. All rights reserved.