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1. From Doormat to Diva in 3 Steps
If you have served as a doormat, time to transform yourself into the polar opposite to correct the situation: the diva. Divas ask for what they need/want because they value themselves. Divas sing for themselves.

2. You Really Are What You Eat
Food can bring people together making them feel either welcome or alienated. If you want to know what someone is really like, share a meal together.

3. 7 Money Saving Tips that Improve Your Health
To save money you can start making deposits in your health savings account immediately. Here are some tips to live better on less:

4. The Silver Lining of Social Distancing
Social distancing has been especially hard for most of us because we are tribal by nature and love getting together with family and friends. With all this free time and space we can percolate what makes us truly happy.

5. COVID-19: A War of Intolerance
One would think there would be great unity during a pandemic. Instead two opposing groups are stressing everyone out with judgment like a bad family dinner.

6. Manage the Stress of Coronavirus
The coronavirus fills us with fear because of its mysterious origin, ambiguous end date and the tremendous change which suddenly has altered our daily lives. Essentially, all three conditions exploded at once! Here¡¦s how to manage:

7. The Positive Side Effects of COVID-19
The corona virus has triggered dramatic life altering changes in lightning speed. However, some changes might actually take hold, helping us to revise hand-me-down customs for the better. Did you know that after a tsunami and a forest fire the land becomes more fertile?

8. How to Become More Resilient

9. New Year, But Keep the Same You
Typical New Year¡¦s advice focuses on ephemeral resolutions. All these compulsory promises made during the dead of winter when the days are darker, colder and you have less energy. Seriously, aren¡¦t you tired and bored with this useless and frustrating ritual? Personalities and core values are pret

10. Aim for the Ordinary, Not the Mediocre
The ordinary often turns out to be the extraordinary. Of course, the ordinary does not mean that you accept mediocrity. Here are ordinary activities that yield big results:



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