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How to Help Your Family Adjust to Post-Pandemic Life

There’s no denying that the last year or so has been tough for most people. The risk of infection that you and your family faced was likely a huge source of stress. You’ve also likely had to make adjustments to your work schedule to cope with the additional remote schooling and childcare responsibilities. However, the successful rollout of vaccines could spell an end to the most extreme aspects of quarantine soon. 

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Tips For Boosting Your Brain Power

Ever feel like you’re hitting your head against a wall when you’re trying to learn? Or you can’t stop yourself from being distracted because your mind wants to wander to social media or the television? It can be so frustrating when you need to study, but your brain simply doesn’t want to play ball. Or more accurately, your brain is too busy thinking about playing ball with your friends to actually remember anything…  

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5 Things Every Family-Owned Business Needs

Operating a family business can be a challenge at times. It’s not uncommon to find yourself caught up working in the family business instead of rather working on the business – if you know what I mean. At the beginning of this fiscal year, you are presented with an opportunity to have a sitting with your family members to deliberate on some of the things you can do to boost the performance of your business. This article highlights five key things any family business should do or have.

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5 Tips for Improving Your Morning Routine

Do you have a morning routine or do you just wing it when your alarm goes off? Adding some structure to the early part of your day can have a positive effect on the remaining hours. Even if you’re not a morning person, there are steps you can take to make this time more calm and productive. In fact, creating an AM ritual might do non-morning folks the best. Here are five tips for improving your morning routine and starting your day off on the right foot.