Dismissing your dreams as mere figments of your imagination is a mistake especially if you are going through a tumultuous time with your partner. Haunted by a reoccurring dream? See what it could mean here.
Already thrown up your hands at your New Year’s Resolutions? Going to let another year slip by without changing a thing about yourself? It’s easier just to be miserable, right? Wrong. Now’s the time to change your life for good.
Altering your inner dialogue can have a tremendous impact on your professional, dating and personal life. Being your own cheerleader is easier than you think, and will take you places you never thought you’d go.
‘Tis the season to celebrate being single! While your married with children friends are stuck at home trying to figure out how to assemble their kids’ Christmas presents, you are footloose and fancy free to get away from it all. Whether warmer climates beckon, an adventure on the high seas sparks your interest, or you simply want to slip away for a few days, there’s definitely a destination for you.
The truth is, it’s not how many candles are on the cake that makes us feel old. It’s in our approach to life and our passion (or lack thereof) for living that affects whether we feel vibrantly alive or prematurely Medicare-eligible. And so in an effort to fully embrace our savvy single lives in 2008, here are the top five tips for staying young at heart.
Welcome to the New Year, also known as The Year of You. That’s right, my fabulous friends. This is your year to live a big, fabulous life. And your first order of business? Throw out any resolutions you may have made on New Year’s Eve. You heard me. Throw them out right now. The truth is, resolutions are made to be broken. This year, you’re not so much making resolutions as you are grabbing life by the horns and holding on for dear life as you shake, rattle, and roll your way through your most fun and fabulous year yet! Here’s how…