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Creating A Space For Yourself
As a teen, you need a space to call your own. It may be a room, a corner, or even a desk, but itís yours and itís important. Start the new year by finding your space, and making it work just for you!
Do Not Fear Making Resolutions
Donít be afraid to make a list of resolutions for the New Year. Do not think of your list as one of overwhelming or wishful tasks. Think about this list as refinements you wish to make! If you feel youíve failed in the past in the resolution department, this article may offer you some new ideas.
Holiday Gift Exchanges and Returns
Gifts can be great, gifts can be good, gifts can be okay, and gifts can be bad. How do you handle those gifts you don't want or will never use? I suggest you take inventory and make a plan.
Your Holiday Vacation Sleep Patterns
Your holiday break might allow you the opportunity to change your schedule. Are you planning to stay up later and sleep until noon? Letís talk about a sudden change in your sleep pattern.
Teens Can Give Time As a Gift
Is time really a great present to give? Absolutely, itís perfect! Giving someone your time shows your love and appreciation. It also shows your maturity and caring spirit.
Gift Giving Organization
The December holidays can mean the exchanging of gifts for teens as well as adults. You have gifts to give and a budget, maybe even a tight budget. Donít worry, I am giving you the gift of organization!
Teens and The Holiday Table
Does your family have a ďKidís TableĒ for holiday dinners? After finally reaching the status of being a teen, itís not uncommon to find yourself in a dilemma as to which seat you will choose. Make your table decision using your heart, and not your age.
Giving and Receiving Help
Whether we are teens or parents, there are times when we all need help. Although the holidays are not the only time we should give or ask for help, itís a time when our to-do lists can be longer and stress levels can be higher. Giving and receiving help is a gratitude we can share.
Receiving and Giving Thanks
November is the month when many families acknowledge and celebrate Thanksgiving. However, giving thanks shouldnít be assigned to one specific day or month. Also, the things we thank others for shouldnít always be just the things that we can see and touch.
Gratitude Sharing For Teens and Parents
Gratitude has no age limit. When teens and parents share their gratitude lists, they will learn more about each other and also the things that are truly important to them. They might also be surprised about the gratitudes they both share.††
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