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Here are the top ten articles for the Work & Family Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. It's Not Always Be About Perfection
Is the pursuit of perfection a bad thing? I think not. You don't have to be perfect, but, you should always do the best that you can and be the best you can be, whatever your age or your stage in life.
2. Tips to Teach Kids Compassion and Tolerance
First and foremost leave your prejudicesí outside of the door. If you donít want your kid to say it, you should not say it. Do not allow your own prejudice what ever it may be, race, religion, social status; or the way you view the opposite sex, to color your childís view of the world.
3. Household Hints for Vinegar, Salt and Baking Soda
Whether it is spring or winter cleaning time. Think about 'going green' and using natural products to make things fresh. This 'use of vinegar, salt and baking soda' list continues to change and grow.
4. December Events
Christmas is celebrated in many countries. Whether it is celebrated as a religious holiday or a cultural holiday, Christmas is dear in the hearts of those who celebrate it. In addition to tree decorating and exchanging gifts, many spend much of this day in church to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
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Get free updating content from Work & Family for your web site. If your site is about work, family and home issues, this little box may be what you are looking to help you gain more traffic.
6. Teach Children To Their Solve Problems
Problem-solving is a skill that's applicable to all facets of your children's lives--from school work to relationships. Problem's lurk everywhere, how do you solve them?
7. Learn How to Accept a Compliment Graciously
Do you know to accept a compliment graciously. It can take a long time to learn how to simply say "Thank you" without fumbling or feeling foolish. Learning how to accept a compliment can be difficult, but it is not impossible.
8. Reginald F. Lewis, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist
Why Should White Guys Have All The Fun? In an article Fortune Magazine reported that as a child Lewis had kept the money he made in a tin can known as "Reggieís Hidden Treasure." He sold his newspaper delivery business at a profit. He died a billionnaire.
9. How To Maintain A Positive Attitude
According to Cyndi Maxey and Jill Bremer learning how to maintain a positive attitude can be challenging. But of course we knew that already, didn't we? So who are Cyndi and Jill? They wrote user-friendly book titled "Itís Your Move: Dealing Yourself the Best Cards in Life and Work"
10. When the Shoe Fits...A Book Review
Author Mary T. Wagner is back with a humorous vengeance. When Mary Wagner asked me to read her new book "When the Shoe Fits... Essays of Love, Life, and Second Chances" and tell her what I thought, I was delighted to do so because I knew I was in for a treat.
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