Have you seen any miracles lately? Or maybe experienced one or two of your own? Do you even believe in miracles these days? Regardless of how you define one, when you start looking for miracles, yo...
Simply put: holidays are a time of indulgence. We eat more food, buy more stuff, see more people. It's easy to get caught up in the snowflakes and tinsel and make somewhat unrealistic New Year's res...
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With January upon us, it's time to dust off last year's resolutions to exercise more and eat better and give it another shot this time around. In fact, how many years has "getting in shape" been on y...
As we begin the final holiday season of 2006 and the year winds to a close, our minds start to look toward the New Year and of course, the dreaded New Year's resolution.According to surveys, the most ...
It happens every year. When you sit down on New Year's Eve to jot down a few resolutions for the coming year, you realize many of them carried over from the year before. And the year before that. And ...
The crystal ball rose and the fireworks exploded welcoming a brand new year. Excitement filled the air with the expectations of fulfilling every pledge I made to do things better than the year before...
No matter where I work, regardless of the region of the country, there's one situation I encounter that virtually all businesses have in common -- some degree of internal conflict between sales, opera...
With Christmas here and a new year ready to unfold, do you wonder how many gifts will gather dust on shelves, or worse, be returned? When it's all said and done, how many of the things we've given or...
This is the time of year when our thoughts turn to ringing out the old and ringing in the new. It's the time for wiping the slate clean and starting over; a time for new beginnings; a time for making...