1. Problem-solving With Your Partner

    Married Couple Taking SidesThere can be something very special about the bond between two people who decide to embark on life – and maybe a family – together. Also likely is that each of the two may not always see eye-to-eye on every issue, which is OK.

    These tips can help with working toward a successful resolution, as a team:

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  2. Does Eating Healthy Have to Cost More?

    Mother & Daughter with Healthy GroceriesPeople who try to eat healthfully may have noticed how much more healthy foods can cost in comparison to unhealthy foods, such as processed or fast foods. A study by the Harvard School of Public Health confirms that healthy eating does indeed cost more, to the tune of $1.50 per person per day.

    For families of any size, this can quickly add up. For a family of four, for instance, this cost can quickly swell to $183 per month, or more than $2,000 a year. Many families find that the cost of eating healthfully is a small price to pay for overall health and wellness, and for avoiding costly health conditions, such as diabetes, later on. When struggling to make ends meet each month, this can be a tough pill to swallow.

    Although eating healthfully will likely continue to cost more, families can save money by choosing inexpensive healthy foods. Here are a few ways to save money while eating healthfully:

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  3. Improve Your Outlook at Work: Select a Job with These Surefire Satisfaction Characteristics

    Whether you are new to the job market or want to change direction, it’s possible to find a career that is personally satisfying and financially gainful. Just because it’s called “work” doesn’t mean you can’t be content and happy with your chosen field. After all, work is not work when you enjoy it.

    PayScale conducted a survey to unveil the occupations with the best combination of meaning, salary, satisfaction and lack of stress.

    What do these jobs have in common? We found that the top 10 jobs with the greatest satisfaction share the following commonalities:

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  4. Realizing Your Childhood Dreams: Ways for Achieving your Life’s Goals

    Boy Pretending to be an Astronaut Each person’s goals and ambitions are unique. Some are challenges of will and self, such as running a marathon; others require great skill, such as being a professional musician; while still others may, in part, be based on luck or on being in the right place at the right time, such as getting to meet a famous person or winning the lottery.

    If you’re open to opportunities, you can make realizing your childhood dreams a reality. Here are some tips on how to get there:

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  5. Six Daily Habits of Happy People

    Woman Smiling Each year, nearly half of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, according to a 2014 study published in the “Journal of Clinical Psychology” of the University of Scranton, in Pennsylvania. Only 8 percent of the study’s respondents, however, reported actually achieving their resolutions.

    How can you become part of this elusive 8 percent? Consider the underlying goal behind your New Year’s resolution. Whether you’ve resolved to find a new job, eat more healthfully, lose weight, or travel more, for example, you actually may be pursuing something more abstract: happiness.

    Although the road to happiness is not a set path, some daily habits to brighten your outlook can be adopted. Here are six:

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