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Make 2020 All About You!

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It’s a new decade! With the arrival of 2020, there’s no better time to take stock of the last 10 years and make plans for the upcoming year (or years!) ahead. Easier said than done!

In today’s world, there are so many distractions which interfere with our ability to experience each moment fully. Truth be told, until we make a conscious decision to live our days more purposefully, there is no escaping this challenge. Mindfulness is all the rage, and there’s good reason for it: most of us are simply existing, barely getting through the hours and days, and hardly living them. Instead of rushing from one task to the next as we move through our to do list, why not take a moment to simply be? Isn’t it time we take a deep breath and pay attention to the sights, sounds and beauty that surrounds us?

In order to do this successfully, we need to start from the inside. Before we can properly connect with our surroundings, we must learn to connect with ourselves. We need to be willing to face our fears, listen to our own voice and acknowledge what matters to us. When we can be more present for ourselves, we can then in turn be more present for our loved ones.

To help you get started on this journey, get a 5% discount on the Personalized Book About You with coupon code YOU2020 now until Jan 10.

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Black Friday Deals? Get Them Here!

With all the noise around Black Friday, you can almost go crazy. But then again, with so many great deals to be had at stores and online, it might be worth it!  To help keep you sane and focused, our Black Friday offerings are good for two days, Friday (11/29/19) and Saturday (11/30/19). Take your time, [...]

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It's the end of an era for MAD Magazine!

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50th Anniversary of "The Man on the Moon"

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Celebrating Baseball Season!

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John Glenn & Hidden Figures

It was fifty-seven years ago, on February 20, 1962, when the first American astronaut, John Glenn performed three orbits of the earth over the course of 4 hours in the Mercury-Atlas 6. At age 77, he was the oldest person to travel in space.Some lesser known facts leading up to this historic day, includes the [...]

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MLK Jr. Day

Civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. brought hope and healing to America, at a time when there was no shortage of division and disagreement. Today, the words of his famous I Have a Dream speech in 1963, are a welcome reminder of the understanding and tolerance that we need to consistently work towards. Thankfully, we have come a long [...]

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Stock Market Tip: Prep Yourself for Euphoric Ups and Depressing Downs

We're taught a young age: what goes up, must come down. We learn it when we ride an elevator or escalator. When it comes to the stock market, however, many of us prefer to think that what goes up, must keep going up! Perhaps that says something about an optimistic spirit, or maybe its just [...]

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