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Personal Growth

3 Important questions we should ask ourselves — and others — in the New Year

Life is busy, but these conversation starters can both challenge and change people's lives.

How to stop struggling with FOMO at New Year’s

A millennial shares advice about how to stop feeling like a loser when the New Year rolls around.

How complaining limits you (and by you, I mean me)

It's a nasty habit and surprisingly easy to fall into -- but here's why it's important to resist it.

Always running late? That can be a good thing

Tardy people may have benefits that punctual people do not -- but is that the only thing that matters?

8 Alcoholics Anonymous slogans to lean on when you break a New Year’s resolution

They're simple and easy to remember -- and they'll help you have your best year yet!

The virtue we’ve all forgotten about

When did this beautiful quality become associated with being weak and boring?

What’s at the root of every other value we hold dear?

We can discover it in ourselves and see it in others, but we can't grant it or take it away.

What’s the best way to receive a compliment?

Most people respond in one of three unhealthy ways; here's how to break the habit.

Advent is the perfect season for procrastibaking

A form of procrastination, baking can be the catalyst you need to be both peaceful and productive.

How to be witty without falling into the trap of resorting to snark

Wit isn't mean-spirited or unkind -- wit, at its best, is a positive force in conversation.

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