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Valentine's Day Not For Lover's Only!
Valentine's Day is for lover's. But what if you don't have a love? Turn to friends and family and enjoy the day. Send cute emails, grab friends and go out to a fun place for dinner.
February Events Calendar (2011)
Come February 2, a lot of us await a visit from a little groundhog AKA Punxsutawney Phil, to give us the Winter/Spring forecast, will he see his shadow this year?
Make a Good First Impression - On the Job
It can be tough to be the new kid on the job. What can you do to gain respect? One of the things you should remember is, first impressions stick.
January Events (2011)
It's National Bath Safety Month. Remember the young and elderly are especially at risk. It only takes a second for a mishap, one that can change your life.
Keep That New Year’s Resolution
Take some steps to help you achieve the goals you have set for the new year. When you make your resolutions list, your goals should be specific. Start with the words "I will."
No-Bake Sugar Plums Recipe
Merry Christmas everyone. There is a line in the Samuels Clemens poem "The Night Before Christmas," 'with visions of Sugar Plums dancing in their heads.' Through the years I have wondered what sugar plums were. It turns out that they are lovely bits of fruits and nuts covered in granulated sugar.
Public Telephone Number Equals Internet
Most likely if your telephone number is listed in the telephone directory then it is listed on the Internet.
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.
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