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Christmas is celebrated in many countries. Whether it is celebrated as a religious holiday or a cultural holiday, Christmas is dear in the hearts of those who celebrate it. In addition to tree decorating and exchanging gifts, many spend much of this day in church to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
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Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) organization is encouraging all drivers to drive safe, sober and wear your seatbelts throughout the holidays. This time of year it is easy to over indulge. Be safe. If you are drinking, don't drive.
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.
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Chinese Taoist Philosopher Lao-tzu on kindness "Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love."
Develop Positive Self-Talk
Have you ever wondered why some people are lucky while nothing ever goes right for others? Of course of a lot depends on circumstances, but some good luck may depend on attitude and how these lucky people look at life in general.
Diet and Fatigue
Low tide in the middle of the day. Many people experience it—that sudden, unexplained feeling of fatigue that hits you somewhere between lunch and the end of the work day.
Diffusing Your Child's Temper Tantrums
The next time your child throws a temper tantrum, try giving a hug instead of a lecture. Hugs can be surprisingly effective in curtailing a child's a tantrum.
Do You Have a Emergency Work Place Disaster Kit?
In the wake of the September 11, 2001 tragedy, corporations and Americans in general have become more security conscious. Remember an emergency does not have to have 9/11 status. Emergencies or disaster can strike any country, at anytime. Make an emergency disaster kit to keep in your office.
Do You Know Your Child's Learning Style?
By understanding how your child learns, you can help develop a homework style that is the most beneficial for him or her. Education experts say most children are strongest in one of these main styles: visual, auditory and kinesthetic.
Do Your Really Know Your Child?
Do you and your children thoroughly know one another's likes and dislikes? If you think you do, or you are not sure. Why not make a game of it and put it to the test.
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