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Giving yourself the gift of "yes"

There are countless books and articles about how to say "no." And no is a very important word. But there are some times when saying yes can really be a game changer. More... | En Español

Lose the clutter... find your inner organizer!

A cluttered workspace or home can make you feel unmotivated and depressed, and even hinder clear thinking. Read this article for tips to get more organized. More... | En Español

Superfoods: Eating your way to better health

Superfoods are considered to be among the best foods for your health. Many experts say that Superfoods can help prevent illnesses and slow down the aging process. More... | En Español

e-ThoughtsWho are you becoming in 2013?

Believe it or not, 2013 is already half over. It seems like a perfect time to stop and consider: Are you living the life and making the changes you planned six months ago? More... | En Español

Results from May survey: What are your favorite momisms?

Thank you for your responses to the "What's your favorite Momism" survey in May. Your "Mom quotes" made for reading that was both hilarious and touching. Click here to read a sampling of what you submitted.

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