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Thanksgiving Gratitude

Thanksgiving is the perfect time to take a moment and consider the value and benefits of gratitude. Especially when today’s research suggests that individuals who feel gratitude experience greater happiness, as well as better physical and mental health. Gratitude is the simple act of appreciating what is valuable and meaningful in life. In order to […]

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B is for: Is your Body Language Authentic?

Whether we are consciously aware of it or not, our bodies are constantly sending out messages. The way we stand, hold our arms or our facial expressions are in direct communication with others. Just like our verbal messages, our bodies are also sending out signals. Confusion arises when verbal communications do not match the body’s […]

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A to Z Guide on How to Live a Quality Life

Life encompasses many phases, the longer we live, the wiser we hope to become. Should you desire to live a life of quality consider including some of these practices: Appreciate Self – when we focus on our good qualities, those thoughts will help maintain a positive mood and improve self-esteem. Breathe with focus – we […]

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X is for eXploring Life after Divorce

 “You must give up the life you planned in order to have the life that is waiting for you.” —Joseph Campbell You’ve spent many hours dissecting your marriage before you came to the conclusion that divorce was in everyone’s best interest, but have you spent any time projecting your wishes and desires for the future? […]

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S is for Six Tips to A Successful Financial Future

Let’s talk about ways that will help you control your money instead of letting money control you! Success is about your choices, priorities, values and the development of healthy financial habits. Here six useful tips: Rember the earlier you start the more time for growth on your investments. Do not hesitate to seek the advice of a […]

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P is for the Potential Pitfalls of Parent Direct Plus Loans

  The cost of college has been soaring, and so has the amount of student loan debt. We all want our kids to go to college but at what cost? Let’s talk about the dangers of one student loan in particular “The Parent Direct PLUS Loan.” This specific loan is one that parents should be […]

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O is for Opt to Save Money on Summer Fun

Summer is once again upon us, and as the temperatures rise many find their expenses rising too. Between children’s summer activities, childcare, day camps, and providing the family with a memorable vacation, your savings account may take a hit. But consider this, the weather in all its glory can help you find lots of outdoor […]

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N is for Never Neglect Your Digital Imprint

In today’s high tech world we have the ability to gain information, send messages, and shop for goods all with the click of a few buttons. However, every time we search, post or buy we are leaving a digital track which is then data mined by the browser, app or service. This data gives data […]

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J is for the Journey of Job Hunting after 50

Each life journey comes with ups and downs, and when a chance for a new opportunity presents itself, it’s important to embrace the growth that’s in store and except the challenges no matter how daunting it may seem. So let’s think of job hunting after 50 as a new expedition in which we can learn […]

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I is for: Inequality In Marriages

    Traditional gender roles and responsibilities in marriages are changing, and today’s couples have to navigate this new reality. For decades, women’s labor force participation and educational achievements have risen significantly. In the 1950’s only 26 percent of married women worked outside the home growing to 67 percent by the mid-eighties.  The Pew Research […]

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