Adults need new friends, too!

Making new friends is an expected part of childhood. But is it only for children? If you have found yourself alone and seeking adult interaction, get out and find some new friends! Using these helpful suggestions, you can meet new people with ease!

Find a common ground. Do you remember your first day of school? You looked around the room seeking to find someone with whom you might have something in common in hopes of making a new friend. Not much has changed! Whether you are at work or a local event, look around and find something that you have in common with someone else, such as a particular brand of purse or a runner’s watch. Are they wearing a charm bracelet? Ask them about the meaning of the different charms. Find a common denominator between you and another person and build on it!


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Here’s a Recipe for an even better you in 2016!

Here’s a Recipe for an even better you in 2016!

Here is a recipe for an even better you!

As the new year starts, many of us are planning on making some big changes, setting resolutions and goals we may or may not keep. This year instead of just setting goals, try this recipe for improving what is already great about who you are.

Recipe book and ingredients

A hefty cup of daily gratitude: Every day take a moment to be grateful for what you have. Acknowledge your blessings and soon, instead of desiring change or something new, you will see the beauty of the life you already lead.

A dash of opportunity: Self improvement is an ongoing part of life. Look for small opportunities for improvement each day. As you focus on seizing those moments, you will naturally learn to recognize those opportunities and take advantage of them.


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How childhood has changed

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How childhood has changed


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Don’t let the fear of failure stop you

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Don’t let the fear of failure stop you!


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Navigating a war of words

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Navigating a war of words

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Everyone’s a critic, and as an entrepreneur you are going to face plenty of criticism. No matter how hard you try, inevitably one of your customers will have a negative experience. It’s a part of running your own business. The problem is one bad review doesn’t just mean one bad review anymore. Now if a customer has a problem, they use social media to vent their frustrations and tell all of their friends and acquaintances.


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