Building a Team: Accepting Mistakes

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  By integrating multiple perspectives, you can typically meet diverse needs. Inevitably, mistakes occur. When errors happen, gather people together to discuss the issues opening. When the team makes an ongoing attempt at curiosity, innovation, and creativity, surprising results tend to emerge. Use these tips to turn a potential disaster into learning opportunity.   Review… Read More »

Banish the Winter Blues – Six Ways to Stay Positive in January and February

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  After the warm glow of Christmas, January and February can appear to be cold, somber and miserable months. The gloomy days of winter are mirrored in many people’s lives as they feel slightly depressed and low on energy and motivation. Here are six ways to banish the “winter blues” by remaining positive during those… Read More »

Successfully Staying in Shape During the Winter

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Winter is typically the time of year when we let down our guard when it comes to exercise and fitness.  The cold winter evenings lend themselves more toward snuggling by a fire than to taking a jog or lifting weights.  We also tend to want to eat more comfort food in the winter, which is probably… Read More »

Three Simple Ways to Organize your Office in the New Year

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A New Year brings a new you. But if you haven’t caught the wave of January motivation, tidying your office can feel like a daunting task, especially if you’ve let those papers stack up. However, tidying up doesn’t have to take days; a few minutes each day is all that is needed to make for… Read More »

Three Tips for Sticking to a New Year’s Resolution

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As a matter of tradition, most people set at least some kind of New Year’s resolution every year. By the end of January, however, most of these resolutions will either be forgotten or woefully behind completion. By the end of the year, very few of the resolutions that were set at the beginning of it… Read More »

Inexpensive Family New Year’s Celebration

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One of the wonderful things about having a family is the chance to begin creating your traditions. The New Year is upon us, and there is no better time to start than now! Set the tone for the rest of the year with an in-home family New Year’s party. After the holiday season, money is… Read More »

4 Ways Of Easing Back To Work After The Holidays

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You entertained, you ate and most of your days started at 11:00 AM or noon throughout the long holidays season. You were carefree and did whatever you wanted without deadlines, co-workers and the demands of the workplace raining down on you. The idea of going back to work and falling into a routine again is… Read More »

Bringing The Fun Back Into Your Holidays Without Overspending

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If you love the holiday season, you’re not alone. Most people love the cheer that comes with having your family together, enjoying big meals and catching up with one another. The problem is, the holidays can be a stressful time for many people. If you are a person trying to make everything just right this… Read More »

5 Things to Do Before 2017

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What is closer than it appears? Yep, 2017! It may seem to be weeks still away, but it will be here before you know it. You will soon be sucked in by the holidays and the ever-increasing hectic schedule. By the time you turn your calendar to January, you are going to be rushed, exhausted… Read More »

Fall Grilling Tip

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  You do not have to give up your favorite cooking appliance just because summer is over. Fall is the perfect time to grill hearty steaks, delicious chops, healthy fish and seasonal fruits and vegetables. Fall is also the perfect time to experiment with new recipes or try out new marinades you did not previously… Read More »