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Who is Happy?

Nationally Syndicated Radio Host and Best-selling Author Dennis Prager talks about ‘Who is Happy’?  by Dennis

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STOCK UP: Create quick meals with a well-stocked pantry

Six Savvy Pantry Picks Ever have one of those days that gets derailed? You don’t feel

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You’ve Been Served

    What to Do When You Are Caught Off Guard by Divorce by Paula Bennett | Contributor Few things can leave you feeling as emotionally blindsided as hearing your spouse, the person you once trusted above all others, say that

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Jo Ann Pugh

    Tackling Personal Obstacles To Reach Her Goals Personal obstacles can take a toll on an individual, especially if that individual grew up with limited resources. It takes someone with enormous determination and inner strength to transform those experiences

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Finding the Right Kind of Balance

  by Dr. Susan Sugerman | Contributor We live in a fairly privileged, relatively low-stress time in history, at least in terms of our day-to-day lives as Americans.  Though there are definite exceptions, many of us don’t spend a lot

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Summer + Study = Better Scores

    Scoring Higher on College Entrance Exams Is All About the Early Prep College entrance exams. The mere thought can evoke terror in the heart of the most confident student. Fear not, but get a jump on your studies,

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DART Easily to MegaFest Events in June


    Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is the easiest way to attend MegaFest when it returns to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center June 28 through July 1. An estimated 100,000 people from across North Texas and the country

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Richland College Helps Get You Straight To Work

  “Workin’ On A Dream … And I Know It Will Be Mine Someday.” – Bruce Springsteen by Alicia Wanek What do you want to be?  (Or what does your graduating senior want to be?)  You don’t necessarily need a college

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The Healthy College Student

  What to Know Before You Go by Susan Sugerman, MD, MPH | Contributor Senior year—I call it “the big lie.”  It’s the “top of your game,” “easy street,” a time for “no worries.”  From movies to social media, that

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Navigating the (Legal) Issues of Going Off to College

  by Colin Smith | Contributor   Q) What do we need to do before our kids leave for college? A)  If a student is 18, have the student sign a simple estate plan.  Parents should have copies of these documents,

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Travel Tips for the College Bound

Your baby is off to college. Don’t be sad – I’m told by parents who’ve been there that the “fun” of moving a kid on campus will dry your tears in no time. Here’s how to make it easier. by

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