Maya Angelou hosted a holiday party every December for many years. She served chili and cornbread and lots of good wine, and said that her party showed “how much adults like to play.” Whether you host a holiday party or have been invited to one, please consider a little tweak to your traditions.A neighborhood in...
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Theodor Geisel, more commonly known as Dr. Seuss, had the Lorax say to children “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not!”Fortunately, a contingent of enterprising preschoolers from STEAMworks Preschool in Essex do care. They marched into Aunt Dot’s Place, and delivered a whopping hundred pounds...
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November in Vermont is fallen leaves, early snows, sweaters, coats and mittens. It is warm expectations of get-togethers with family or friends over a table laden with turkey, mashed potatoes, and all your family’s traditional dishes.But if money is tight, and choices are made between keeping the lights on, paying for needed medication or food,...
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In our busy lives, the urgent often fills our days, as we run around putting out fires, and responding to events as they occur, but there is a more thoughtful approach to life and time management.The Merril Covey matrix, which is built on the Eisenhower matrix, can be helpful as a business tool or a...
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When I was a child, I read comics and was fascinated by Superman. I wanted to leap tall buildings, run faster than a locomotive, stop bullets, fly into outer space, catch the bad guys, and rescue people. Super heroes ignite out imagination with their amazing abilities, but even more than that, super heroes inspires us...
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