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  • How to Stay Focused at Work When You Are Going Through a Divorce

    One of the absolute hardest things for anyone to go through is heartbreak, and if it's by way of a divorce, that makes it just that much more difficult.

    One day, you're standing before a minister (or a judge) to pledge your undying love to your spouse and then months or years later,...

  • Tips to Balancing a Family, Full Time Career and School

    You’ve decided to pursue your dream of earning a bachelor’s or advanced college degree. The research is going well, but the reality of balancing your home life, work and school is quickly becoming a vivid fear. Keeping that many balls in the air is a tricky prospect, even if you only...

  • Make a List and Check it Twice – on your iPhone

    As I write this, there’s just more than a month till the most wonderful (and stressful) time of the year. If you’re hosting the holiday festivities this year, there’s a lot to cross off your list these next few weeks.

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  • Getting Through Holiday Travel

     

    For most people, the nostalgia built around the family togetherness of the holiday season is enough to bring a smile to the face and a warm flush of joy to the heart; but the prospect of spending hours or even days trapped in a car with the entire family on a holiday road trip...

  • Finding a Better Balance

    Keeping a healthy balance in your life can be hard.  And if you're contemplating going back to school as an adult, maintaining some kind of equilibrium in your life can appear nearly impossible.  But remaining at the top of your game while introducing another element into your work/life equation...

  • Four Tips to Minimize E-Distraction in your Family

    "For the hundredth time, put that iPad away!"

    With so many electronic devices in our homes -- from texting, to games, to surfing, to checking e-mail, to downloading a new cool app -- there are many e-distractions to keep busy individuals occupied and sometimes overwhelmed....

  • Relocation Tips for Military Families

    Moving is a way of life for many military families.  Nationwide, most families only move about every 6 years, but for military families it's usually two or three times as often.  For someone who is single this may not be as big a deal, but for families a move can be a daunting task, especially...

  • Raising Tomorrow's Leaders: 6 Skills to Teach Your Children

    Everyone dreams of their kids becoming the great leaders of the future. Whether that is President of the United States or CEO of a corporation, seeing your child grow up to become important and successful in their career is something every parent wants.

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  • Women Winemakers of Bordeaux

    Some occupations are most commonly thought-of as being male-dominated, such as automobile repair, neurosurgery, police detective work, civil engineering, firefighting, and airplane piloting. Even my own field, web design and development, remains heavily dominated by white males, so I know how...

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