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C is for Choosing Dignity in Divorce

It’s time; you’ve hashed out this decision over and over in your head, and now you know that divorce is the inevitable. You also realize you want to get through this process with your integrity intact, and without depleting your life savings. This shouldn’t be too difficult if you and your spouse agree, you should […]

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B is for Balancing Your Work and Care-giving

Balancing a career, family, and aging parents can become physically damaging if you don’t pay attention to the warning signs. Should you experience some of the stressful effects of caregiving, please incorporate some of these healthy habits into your daily life. By taking care of yourself first, you’ll be able to take care of others more […]

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W is for Why “Worry” About Your Money

Money may be a thing of constant worry in many of our lives. Usually, money dictates how we live our lives: what we eat, what we drive, what we wear and where we live, etc. It’s okay to think often about money and how it affects your life. But, when the worry turns into an […]

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Q is for Quirky Observations that can help you get beyond/through your Divorce

For those of you who have contemplated divorce, are in the midst of sorting through one or have already gone through this life altering ordeal then you know what it’s like to have feelings of resentment, bitterness or betrayal invade your being. Harboring such feelings during and beyond divorce is simply unnecessary, especially when you take […]

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J is for Just Do It!

  You only live once. While scrimping and saving everything possible can be beneficial, there are times when it can be just as beneficial to let go. In our fast-paced world, people put a lot of stress on job and productivity. In efforts to save and prepare for the future, we have lost sight of […]

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I is for Should I Stay or Should I go now?

We all desire relationships that grow succeed and make us happy. We long for comfort, understanding, support and companionship from another. Most of us believe love is the greatest gift we can give, and the greatest gift we can receive. Then why do so many of us end up in failed relationships and divorce? Do […]

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H is for How Helpful is Your Smart Phone?

    Over the past ten years smart phones have rapidly changed from a simple communication device to an incredibly valuable tool for everyday life. Think about the power we now have at our fingertips; the ability to look up any information we please, to get in contact with whomever we want at the touch […]

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C is for Choose to Challenge your Comfort Zone

“Dare to learn, to be different, to set your goals, to move out of your comfort zone, to be persistent.” ~ Unknown Your comfort zone is a space that provides you with a feeling of safety. It’s where you seek patterns of the familiar and try your best to exclude anything uncomfortable. Staying in your […]

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Z is for Is Zigzagging between career and family

The transformation of women’s lives over the last century has been filled with great changes and challenges. Today’s women have become extremely valuable in the workplace and have worked hard to get the respect and pay they deserve. Yet, many find themselves Zigzagging through life trying to obtain the perfect balance of career and family. […]

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