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Month: December 2016

New Week, New Year

New Week, New Year

The end of the year brings a huge wave of nostalgia. We scroll through old photos and reflect on the highlights and happenings of the past twelve months. We might even think back to the resolutions we set at the beginning of the year. Were we successful? Or did we write our resolutions off before the ball even dropped?   Research from the University of Scranton found that over half of New Year’s resolutions last less than six months, the…

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Gimme vs. Giving

Gimme vs. Giving

How many years in a row have we built our holiday shopping list based on who will be giving us something in return? Parents, children, cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents, neighbors, friends…the list can go on and on. Cue the days of endless shopping and searching for something, anything, to get them. Is this really the purpose of our holidays? Are we making the best use of our time and resources? We don’t think so. Practice selfless giving with your family…

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