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Everyone’s Big And Small Life Moments Are More Alike Than You Think

Sаmаnthа Irbу’ѕ lаtеѕt bооk of essays, Wе Arе Nеvеr Meeting іn Real Life., іѕ a hіlаrіоuѕ соllесtіоn thаt tоuсhеѕ оn lіfе’ѕ bіg and ѕmаll moments wіth equal еmраthу аnd wіt. Irbу dives іntо еmbаrrаѕѕіng bоdіlу functions, mееtѕ her futurе wife оn Twіttеr, аnd gоеѕ into detail аbоut what it’s rеаllу like tо eat dауѕ-оld McDonald’s, all whіlе соnfrоntіng gеndеr dуnаmісѕ, poverty, and life wіth Crоhn’ѕ dіѕеаѕе. What mаkеѕ her wrіtіng so good is that dеѕріtе аll of the ways thаt Samantha Irby mау (or mау not) bе dіffеrеnt frоm you,…

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Use “Trackr” So You Will Never Waste Time On Finding Small Items Again

Forgetting where we put something can be frustrating. With the amount of essential items we carry around with us daily, the increase of inconveniently losing something we desperately don’t want to lose comes with it. Losing our phone, for example, isn’t ideal but at least we can ask someone to call it and usually that’s all it takes to discover it under a pile of papers. However, our wallet, house keys or car keys are another story. If we lose these then we’re going to be spending a large amount…

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One Small Actions Separate Success From Mediocrity.

To put this into perspective, first I’m going to tell you a story: An aging farmer realized he was becoming too old to care for his farm, and was now ready to pass his farm down to one of his two sons. When he brought his sons together to discuss his decision, he told them: The farm will go to the younger son. The older son was furious! “How could you not give the farm to me?! I have worked here longer!” he fumed. The father sat patiently, thinking. “Okay,”…

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Small Things Parents Can Do to Effectively Reduce Sibling Jealousy

Our relationships with our siblings are the most important in our lives. They are the ones we have known the longest and we share a lived experience that is unparalleled. But we have all heard the common terms “sibling rivalry” and “parental favoritism“. Especially when children are very small, there is bound to be some conflict and competition, and sometimes parents get it wrong, dealing with children differently according to the ease of their personality traits. If parents don’t address these issues early and guide the children to get along,…

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Everything You Need to Become a Negotiation Expert (from Major Strategies to Small Tricks)

Have you ever walked away from a conversation feeling as though you didn’t represent your wants and needs? If so, you may need to refine your negotiation skills. In theory, negotiation should be easy. You ask for something, and the other person responds with a “Yes” or “No.” In reality, it’s trickier than that. This is because negotiation is not a single skill. You need to be aware that negotiation occurs in several distinct stages in order to stand the best chance of getting what you want. It is essential…

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You May Not Realize It, But These 6 Small Habits Can Block Your Way To Success

There’s a historian by the name of Will Durant who summarized an idea of Aristotle’s as, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” With that being said, often times your habits determine your success—or form road blocks. If you can find a way to rise above habits that are hindering your success, you will find that you will be able to reach the potential you’ve always had. These six self-destructive habits are a good place to start making some changes: 1. Checking…

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Top 5 Easy-to-Use Accounting Software for Small Businesses

Finding the right accounting software for your business can be a tough decision. Software that works for one company, might not work for the other. A great deal of finding the right fit depends on the size of the company, the income flow, level of experience of the individual completing the accounting duties, and company budget. If you have a new business, you might want to try a few programs before you find the right one for you. Below are 5 of the more popular easy-to-use programs in the small…

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The Best Way to Get Started With a Small Business

If you were to interview your friends or colleagues, you would find many of them who would like to be a business owner. Most of them could actually be able to run a business successfully had they have one, but none of them owns one indeed. Running a business is not as easy as someone may think, at the same time it may not be as difficult as well. It’s always hard financially for anyone who’s looking into a start-up, unless this person is Donald Trump. His father’s loan was…

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From Babies to Small Children: The Importance of Reading Exposure

Children as young as 6 months old greatly benefit from being read to. You may not realize your baby is taking it all in as you talk about the pictures on each page, turn each page as they sit in your lap, and read the text to them, but they undeniably are soaking it all in. This is, in fact, a critical stage in your child’s reading development. The Emergent Pre-Reading Stage As the child is within the stage of emergent pre-reading (typically from ages 6 months to 6 years),…

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If You Have Stomach Problems, Frequent Small Meals Will Save You

If you are having problems with your digestion, there are plenty of medicines on the market you can turn to for relief, from anti-acids to drugs that can fix more serious problems like stomach ulcers. However, diet also plays a really important role in your digestive health — and not just what you eat, but how much and how often. Read on to find out more about why you should consider eating small meals more frequently to help digestive problems. Feelings of being bloated or nauseous after eating a meal…

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