Guest Author - Vannie Ryanes
The month of January is Cervical Cancer Screening Month. Take some time out now so you will have time later.
Cervical Cancer Screening Month. Jan. 1–31. To inform women and their doctors about the causes of cervical cancer and the best ways to prevent or detect it. To encourage women to be screened. For more information, browse www.thegcf.org.
Financial Wellness Month. Jan. 1–31. For people to establish financial balance after credit card bills pour in from the holidays. This is a time to set new goals for financial freedom and moderation in spending. For more information, browse www.wordsofwellness.com.
International Creativity Month. Jan. 1-31. To remind individuals and organizations around the globe to capitalize on the power of creativity. Unleashing creativity and innovation is vital for personal and business success in this age of accelerating change. For more information browse, www.CreativelySpeaking.com.
National Get Organized Month. Jan. 1–31. An opportunity to streamline your life, create more time, lower your stress and increase your profit. For more information, browse, www.napo.net.
Slow Cooking Month. Jan. 1–31. A month to allow slow-cooking enthusiasts to celebrate this useful cooking method and the appliances to make it happen. For more information, browse www.bettycrocker.com/products /prod_slowcooker.aspx.
New Year’s Resolution Week. Jan. 1–7. To show people how, why and what resolutions/goals should be set and the necessary steps to make this year the best ever. For more information, browse www.goalsguy.com.
Women’s Self-Empowerment Week. Jan. 2–8. To stop, take stock of your life and recognize all you have accomplished. A time to pat yourself on the back and feel good about your role in society. For more information, browse www.ibwc.org.
Home Office Safety and Security Week. Jan. 8–14. Dedicated to ensuring that the more than 30 million American home offices are safeguarded and protected against break-ins, theft, workplace injury, computer virus and hacking, natural disaster and any other malady that can impact the home worker. For more information, browse www.chiefhomeofficer.com.
National Creative Frugality Week. Jan. 22–28. To encourage participants to have fun while they experiment with frugality and resourcefulness. For more information, browse www.creativefrugality.com.
Hunt for Happiness Week. Jan. 15–21. To encourage teens and kids to find more happy moments. For more information, browse www.sohp.com.
Hone your skills for work and family and you hone them for living life to the fullest