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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. Stop Being Dumped On At Work
Do you feel like you are being dumped on at work? If your answer is yes, it may be time to stop knowing all of the answers.
2. Harvard Beet Salad - A Child Friendly Recipe
I think your family will like this easy beet salad recipe. If you can get your children to try it, I suspect they will like it as well. You may have to remove the onions though.
3. Tips to Teach Kids Compassion and Tolerance
First and foremost leave your prejudices’ outside of the door. If you don’t 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 child’s view of the world.
4. 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?
5. 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.
6. 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.
7. Rethinking Cell Phone Courtesy
Cell phones are everywhere, they are a pleasure and oft times a necessary evil. Land lines have given way to cell phones, we talk, we text, we sent cute pictures, but have we forgotten our manners along the way?
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 "Reggie’s Hidden Treasure." He sold his newspaper delivery business at a profit. He died a billionnaire.
9. The Ten-Year Nap - Book Review
The women in Meg Wolitzer’s novel have much in common. In addition to being close friends each woman, for her own reason, made a decision to become a stay-at-home mom.
10. Repairing Family Estrangement
Why do family members become estranged, sometimes for decades or even forever? In some cases, once you are privy to inside information it seems obvious. However, in other cases, the reason for such rifts seem less clear, even after you hear both sides of the story.
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