Monthly Archives: September 2008

Teen Parenting Expert’s Tip of the Month – September

Keep it Short & Simple By Barbara McRae, MCC As a writer and a business woman, I’ve learned to appreciate clarity in all kinds of communication. Clarity is easily achieved when you keep your messages short and simple. When we … Continue reading

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Recent College Graduate Expert’s Tip of the Month – September

You made a mistake—now what? By Nancy Barry Author of When Reality Hits: What Employers Want Recent College Graduates to Know We all make mistakes. That’s how we learn. When you make one, learn from it, and move on. It’s … Continue reading

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Fitness Expert’s Tip of the Month – September

Functional Fitness- Exercises that make healthy living even easier. Being healthy and staying fit doesn’t mean you have to spend hours in a gym. You can begin a simple and effective program at home, or school with little equipment. The … Continue reading

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Youth Entrepreneurship Expert’s Tip of the Month – September

Have you ever heard the phrase “Everyone wants to be successful but no one wants to work hard”? Below are a few basic things that you can do to help you be successful in whatever it is that you might … Continue reading

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Body Image Expert’s Tip of the Month – September

Why does September always feel so unbearably busy? This year, don’t let it take you by surprise. Pencil in time for activities that both relax you and help you reconnect with your body. For some people this is yoga. Pass … Continue reading

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