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Why We Clutter
There is a strong correlation between the need to accumulate/hold unto possessions and feeling disconnected from others.
March Makes New Year’s Resolutions Stick
If you have slackened off your New Year’s Resolutions, luckily you get a big boost: March begins the Motivational New Year and you are likely to succeed now.Here are 3 questions I use every March to help make a fresh start.
How to Shake Feeling Like a Failure
Did you know that failure can turn out to be a good thing?
Where’s Your Motivation Now?
Many of us marvel how quickly resolve dips and dissipates. Are you aware of the different motivational styles – which one (s) strikes a chord with you?
Regardless, Don’t Reject his Gift
Most men dread buying their woman a gift – She will not like it, or she will pretend to like it and hang it away in her closet, never to surface again.
Valentine’s Day: Easy, Cheap and Loving
8 simple, cheap, heartfelt strategies to create the mood: Consider doing these love tasks together or dividing them up based on your skill-set – a relationship is a team effort.
How to Keep Your Man Safe on Super Bowl Sunday
Few associate Super Bowl Sunday with danger. However, the medical community warns that on this day some men will visit the emergency room for heart attacks, gastrointestinal problems and broken bones.
Is Your Life Like Groundhog Day?
How strange that we celebrate a cute rodent every February 2nd (his predictions are correct less than 40% of the time) to determine if we are going to have a long winter! By now many of us are tired of winter, here we snow again, and suffering from a bit of seasonal affective disorder.
Unfortunately, the fence between the two properties wasn’t tall enough, the way Robert Frost would have liked. The shoveling was quickly generating its own angry storm soon to explode in violence: “You shoveled snow into my backyard!”
Tiger Mom Meets the Jewish Mother
What is all this fuss about Amy Chua overtly confessing to be a tiger mom? Jewish mothers, if they would tell you their age, have been around for centuries working behind the scenes and the animal that would best describe them would be a hybrid of kangaroo and dragon.
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