Monthly Archives: December 2012

How to Help Your Child Love Exercise

If you have taken a good look around or have read recent statistics, it’s plain to see that childhood obesity is on the rise. If you want your family to be the exception rather than the rule, there are a … Continue reading

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Can You Have a Successful Career Without a College Degree?

If you never had the opportunity to go to college, or if you simply can’t stand the thought of studying for four years straight, there is hope yet. In today’s world, a number of business owners and entrepreneurs have gotten … Continue reading

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What It Means to Start Your Own Business

For many entrepreneurs with a dream, starting your own business presents the perfect opportunity. We’ve all heard the success stories of esteemed entrepreneurs turned billionaires who began their company in their garage with nothing more than a few folding tables … Continue reading

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Do You Have What It Takes to Start Your Own Business?

If you feel that you possess an entrepreneurial spirit, now may be the perfect time to put your money where your mouth is. Given the recent state of the economy, more and more entrepreneurs are choosing to branch out on … Continue reading

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Despite the Economy, Family Dining Is on the Rise

According to a recent CNBC report, many families are enjoying the freedom of spending money on extras once again, including the popular favorite of dining out at restaurants. Family Friendly Dining Is on the Upswing Although restaurants have seen a … Continue reading

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2 Strategies Can Improve Your Performance as a Public Speaker

According to Wisconsin’s Polytechnic University, public speaking anxiety is a common occurrence that is triggered by the fear of evaluation from other people. Public speaking anxiety can cause a number of physical symptoms in addition to general nervousness, including shaking, … Continue reading

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Is It Possible to Have a Stress-Free Holiday Celebration?

While the holidays are supposed to be about family togetherness, no family is without its issues. Many families have learned to live and let live, allowing for a peaceful holiday season, whereas other family get-togethers are full of landmines that … Continue reading

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Helpful Tips for the Holidays: How to Cope with Social Anxiety

The holiday season is a time full of family, fun, and togetherness. But for people that struggle with social anxiety, attending a simple holiday party may be fraught with anticipation and worry. To enjoy the holidays with ease this year, … Continue reading

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How to Throw a Healthy Holiday Party to Prevent Seasonal Weight Gain

As you may already be familiar with, the holidays are often centered around food, food, and more food. If you’re in charge of throwing a family gathering or special event, you can turn the tables on your guests by providing … Continue reading

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How an Introvert Can Overcome Their Fear of Public Speaking

Is it ever possible to feel comfortable in front of an audience, especially if you are desperately shy and socially awkward? The simple truth is that even the most introverted people have the capacity to speak calmly and clearly in … Continue reading

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