Posts Tagged ‘ new year ’

Dodge Depression this Holiday Season

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December 11, 2018
Dodge Depression this Holiday Season

Tweet As winter days darken and end-of-year deadlines grow, the holidays aren’t merry and bright for everyone. For some, December can be the most difficult time of year, and having a negative attitude or feeling depressed is not limited to people diagnosed with clinical depression—it can happen to anyone. Here are three ways to...
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Five Steps to Achieving Your New Year Goals

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January 2, 2018
Five Steps to Achieving Your New Year Goals

Tweet Setting goals for the New Year? Since 92% of people who set goals never actually achieve them according to StatisticBrain.com, follow these five steps to increase your odds of success. 1. Reflect on the past year. Before setting New Year goals, it’s wise to have a baseline by creating a ‘year in review.’ What did...
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It’s Time to Re-Work Your Work-Life Balance Beliefs

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December 24, 2017
It’s Time to Re-Work Your Work-Life Balance Beliefs

Tweet Do you ever feel that your life at work and at home, is all work? You may find yourself doing only the things you must do at work rather than spending time on something about which you are truly passionate—and then you get home and feel the same way. While this lifestyle may have...
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Three Steps to Take before You Set New Year’s Resolutions

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December 22, 2016
Three Steps to Take before You Set New Year’s Resolutions

Tweet As 2016 draws to an end, approximately 45% of all Americans will set goals or resolutions for the New Year according to a University of Scranton Journal of Clinical Psychology article.  Here is a ranking of the top six resolutions: Lose weight Get organized Spend less, save more Enjoy life to the fullest...
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