Monthly Archives: December 2012

20 Questions for Setting New Year’s Resolutions

The end of the year is traditionally a time to reflect on the past twelve months and set resolutions for the year to come. We start on January 1st with high aspirations and motivation to make change in our life, but our resolve doesn’t survive much … Continue reading

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How to Make New Year’s Resolutions that Stick

It’s traditional to mark the beginning of the year with commitments to change, and goals to be accomplished in the next twelve months. However, it doesn’t take long to discover at the end of the year that we came no … Continue reading

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Planning to Keep Your Goals Moving Forward in the New Year

Each January 1 my wife and I head for a quiet table at a local coffee shop and set some goals for the upcoming year. We begin the process by reviewing what we set out to accomplish in the year past: to … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Taking Back Christmas

Peace on Earth and Goodwill toward men are common sentiments at this season of the year. There are times when, Christmas is too commercialized, seems to join that list. As seasonal greetings go, it seems to be the most meaningless. People who complain about the commercialization of Christmas also talk of … Continue reading

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How to Write the Annual Christmas Holiday Letter

Regardless of what you think of them, family Christmas letters have become a part of our culture. Here are some tips on how to write Christmas letters the recipients will enjoy. 1. Start off on a positive note. It’s a trend you can count … Continue reading

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