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As we grow up and out of our childhoods and on to starting our own lives, it’s so important to continue to grow our families.
Instead of traditional gifts, try these!
Those of us who fear failure might end up failing simply because we’re afraid to try.
While no one is perfect, we could all stand to be better people.
It is estimated that 32 million American adults are functionally illiterate.
Classes can be expensive, but improving your language skills doesn’t have to be.
Every once and a while, we all need a little motivation to be our best selves.
Toxic friendships hinder your personal growth. Here are three signs it’s time to let go of a friendship.
Turning 25 has a reputation for coming with feelings of a quarter-life crisis…but is that always true?
How much really changes between checking Facebook at 7:10pm and 7:12pm?
If you want to move past your fear and live your best life, this book is for you.
Learning that what most people say and do is not about you is a hard lesson to learn.
Whether it’s a friend, relative, significant other, coworker or an acquaintance, even the smallest gesture can do wonders to encourage confidence in others.
The U.S.may have withdrawn from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), but it’s our duty to stay informed.
In “Buffering,” Hannah Hart discusses family, mental illness, and coming to terms with your identity with honesty and vulnerability, exposing herself and her past in a way that makes you love her that much more.
What works as self-care for an extrovert most likely won’t work for us introverts.(Plus a giveaway open until 3/13!)
If you’re feeling stuck or unmotivated, I hope at least one of these tips will help you push through.
Did you know that 60 percent of people use the same password for everything?
If we don’t push ourselves outside of our comfort zones, we will never grow.
I never thought I was a morning person…until I tried waking up early for once.
“You Are a Badass” will inspire you to get go of what is holding you back and build an amazing life.
If you liked “The Alchemist,” you’ll like this book too.
To help you stop burning bridges, I’ve outlined a few situations where it may be tempting to do so, followed by a more constructive way to react.
There are a plethora of causes deserving of our help, but there’s a limit to how much we can help with the piddling change left at the end of the month.
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