Monthly Archives: March 2008

Time Management Expert’s Tip of the Month – April

When is your peak energy time? Plan to do projects and tasks that require concentration during your peak energy time. Schedule activities that require little concentration during your low energy times (cleaning, decluttering, laundry, and other mindless or repetitious tasks. … Continue reading

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Body Image Expert’s Tip of the Month – April

As spring approaches women go scurrying into dressing rooms with microscopic pieces of lycra and spandex and then wonder why they are such terrible human beings. It is basically insanity. This time, rather than looking in more mirrors, try looking … Continue reading

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Mental Health Survivor Expert’s Tip of the Month – March

How Can I Help My Friend Excerpt from Behind Happy Faces: Taking Charge of Your Mental Health ©Ross Szabo & Melanie Hall • Turn Confrontation into Conversation. When you approach a friend about mental health issues, it can quickly turn … Continue reading

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20 Something Crisis Survival Expert’s Tip of the Month – March

Twenty-Something Body Image Excerpt from Twenty-Something, Twenty-Everything ©Christine Hassler One way in which we cruelly compare ourselves to others is physical. We do this because our awareness of our appearance, which starts in our teens, becomes especially acute in our … Continue reading

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Youth Entrepreneurship’s Tip of the Month – March

Believe. Achieve. Succeed. By: Brandon L. Griffin I’d like to share with you an excerpt from the article, “Believe in Yourself and You Will Succeed,” written by Barb Thornback: “Whatever you want to succeed in, make no doubt about it … Continue reading

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