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How to Have Closer Friendships

How to Have Closer Friendships

Like so many people, I grew up watching the TV show “Friends,” dreaming of the day I would be living a glamorous city life surrounded by a group of close friends. Over the years, I’ve made lots of friends: childhood friends, work friends, college friends, writer friends. I have friends who like to hike, and...

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Predict Your Kid’s Behavior! Here’s How

Predict Your Kid’s Behavior! Here’s How

Can’t figure out what drives his behavior? Here’s how to make sense of it all. “It’s like living in a house with a monster in the closet,” Ely says. He’s talking about his brother Alexander. “You have to tiptoe all the time, just in case you wake up the monster, and then the whole day...

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6 Ways to Revamp Your Weekly Routine

6 Ways to Revamp Your Weekly Routine

The key to being productive throughout your week is the plan you make at the beginning. Here are six ways you can up your planning game. As a leadership coach, one of the main things I work on with leaders is their productivity. This is a common problem in many organizations, especially with high-growth companies. The...

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25 Ways to Gucci

25 Ways to Gucci

Gucci & Vogue present 25 Ways To Gucci A photographic series created with Vogue, the new chapter features families captured in London. The third of four stories to be shot around the world in 2018, 25 Ways to Gucci captures different types of family connections and relationships wearing the Fall Winter 2018 collection—styled with vintage...

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Alabama Rated as 2016 2nd Unhappiest State

Alabama Rated as 2016 2nd Unhappiest State

Can money truly buy happiness? Most people might be inclined to say no, based on moral principles. But some researchers beg to differ, suggesting that money can indeed contribute to happiness — but only up to a certain dollar amount. According to their findings, life satisfaction, one of the two main components of happiness, increases...

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Working Mothers, Ask Yourselves This Question?

Working Mothers, Ask Yourselves This Question?

Wall Street legend-turned entrepreneur Sallie Krawcheck writes about the surprising mantra she uses to guide her career: What would my children think? One lesson she hopes to impart is that your work can make a meaningful impact. Anyone searching for proof of that idea should look to Fortune’s Most Powerful Women International Summit in London,...

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Take a ‘Break’: Making Spring Break a Time For Family

Take a ‘Break’: Making Spring Break a Time For Family

  By Sharlinda Parker For decades, spring break has been a week that students of all ages, including college students, look forward to. It’s a week that normally gets students prepared for the upcoming summer season. Even if you have a summer vacation or getaway planned, I encourage every family to take the time to enjoy...

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Make The Time & Take The Time: Don’t Cheat on Your Family!

Make The Time & Take The Time: Don’t Cheat on Your Family!

  By Sharlinda Parker Your immediate family should be your first priority – the thing you say “yes” to even when it means saying “no” to other important things! We all know that, as parents, we have to work in order to take care of our households. We always strive to make sure our families can...

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