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The world has so many distractions and it is very easy to become overwhelmed with them rather than the things that will keep your business strong. Five specific things Continue Reading »
Often when emotions run high people say and do things that they regret afterwards. There are many things that would help you and your family to avoid the issues that often lead to separation and divorce. Continue Reading »
Over the past few weeks I have stayed at home far more than in the past. The result of this has been a number of benefits that I might otherwise have missed. Staying home allows Continue Reading »
Often I hear people complain about not having enough time to do certain things. We all have 24 hours a day. If you are willing to be honest about where you are investing your time, you will likely find creative ways to do the things you are now missing.
Think about places that might be eating up valuable Continue Reading »
So many people talk with me about the “big” things that are stressful. Often, it is the “little” things, however, that either contribute to the problems or prevent the individual from coping with them. Following are ten things that you can do to keep the stress in your life to a minimum: Continue Reading »
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Adrienne Clarkson, the twenty-sixth Governor General of Canada, wrote this memoir in 2006. It documents not only her own personal story but also serves as a public chronicle of historical and political life from her birth until its writing.
The author was born in Continue Reading »