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Frugal Holiday Gift-Giving
You don't have to spend an outlandish amount of money to celebrate the holidays. Let this year be one of frugal holiday gift-giving. Think of things that will warm the heart without depleting your wallet.
December Events Calendar (2010)
World AIDS Day is December 1, its theme for 2010 is “Universal Access and Human Rights.” It is apropos that December is Universal Human Rights Month. With so much unrest going on in the world, this is a good time to think about human rights for all people.
Tips to Teach Kids Compassion and Tolerance
First and foremost leave your prejudices’ outside of the door. If you don’t want your kid to say it, you should not say it. Do not allow your own prejudice what ever it may be, race, religion, social status; or the way you view the opposite sex, to color your child’s view of the world.
On The Job - Becoming successful does not necessarily mean making six figures. It can also mean feeling good about yourself and your job by managing your time and your work space.
Teens and Inappropriate Friends
Does your child have inappropriate friends? You know the ones I mean. They are not the ones you would pick for your child. But be fair. You must ask yourself if these new friends really inappropriate or do they simply play havoc with your comfort level.
Baked Apples Recipe
Baked apples are healthy and delicious. These can probably be made in the microwave but you will miss the wonderful smell of baking apples and cinnamon in your kitchen. Make this treat for your family or yourself. Also, just because you are a family of one, does not mean you can't have baked apples
November Events (2010)
November 18 is the Great American Smokeout. Give up cigarettes for a day—and start giving them up for the rest of your life. Be good to yourself.
Take Time For Family
There is an old song that talks about a father who was too busy to spend time with his young son, now the father is old and weary; the son has no time for him. More often than we would imagine, this is the case in real life.
A Daily-To-Do-List For Home or Business
Make time work for you and with you instead of against you. Yes, you can make time your friend by organizing your day.
Bake this treat for your family. Hamentaschen are delicious little 3 cornered buttery cookies. You may find them in some supermarkets, I have found that they are most available during Jewish holidays. Some bakeries sell them year round, however they can be quite expensive.
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