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How to Generate Blog Ideas that will Keep Readers Coming Back

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A well-written and regularly updated blog is a great marketing tool for a variety of reasons. A blog drives people to your website, helps you build your personal or company brand, and allows you to develop a relationship with customers or readers. But let’s face it, the blog that you vowed to update every two or three weeks can seem like another mind-numbing chore as time passes and your enthusiasm wanes. What’s worse is that, pretty soon, you start running out of material. After all, you already covered everything obvious and worthwhile, right? What’s left to write about? Read More »

5 Trailblazing Women You Probably Don’t Know but Should

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Every year, Forbes compiles a list of the “The World’s Most Powerful Women,” which includes the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Hillary Clinton and Beyoncé. We’ve got nothing against these women, but what about those women who didn’t make the cut…or where never even on the chopping block? With that in mind, we’d like to introduce our readers to 5 salt-of-the-earth women who are making a difference and leaving their mark on modern society through leadership, innovation and honest hard work. Read More »

How To Create Tranquility At Home

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By Jennifer Chung, Kinsights.com Home should be a haven for families to retreat to and recharge their batteries. However, as kids grow older and schedules become more challenging, home can be a place filled with chaos and frustration.  Try incorporating some of these tips into your family routine to create a tranquil home environment for you and your family to gather ... Read More »

7 Must-Try Essential Oil Remedies

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Looking for ways to go holistic in the New Year? Stock your home with these essential oils to help calm nerves, treat acne breakouts, ease migraines and even stimulate memory.** Some can even be used as homemade cleaning supplies. Here’s a short list to get you started. Read More »

Taking a Tour of the Tiny House Movement

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When a cable network creates an entire show about tiny houses and their inhabitants, it’s kind of a big deal, right? FYI Network featured the first episode of “Tiny House Nation” back in July 2014, and since then other shows on similar networks have begun to feature families actively house-hunting for an elfin establishment to call home. Read More »

New Year’s Resolutions to End All New Year’s Resolutions

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Perched high on most women’s New Year’s resolutions list is this oh-so-familiar trifecta of obligatory yet undeniably difficult to sustain ‘lose weight, eat healthy, and make more money.’ While these are noble goals, the chances of them happening to your standards are – let’s face it – quite slim. Sure you might start out strong in the new year, but come March when everyday life gets in the way, that same list you were so gung-ho about slowly slips away or gets brushed under the rug for when it’s more ‘convenient.’ And by convenient, we mean when it shows up on the next year’s resolutions list. Read More »

Revamping the Meaning of New Year’s Resolutions!

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It’s certainly the time of the year that most of us either love or hate. And I don’t mean the war between the holiday humbugs and eager elves. What I’m referring to is that time of the season that we lovingly refer to as New Year’s. What’s more, I’m referring to the promises we make during this time of the year, promises that can be at once outlandish - toning our bodies to look exactly as they did back in high school - and questionably trivial. That’s right: this is the time of year that we look back and, in doing so, begin to make all of our New Year’s Resolutions! Read More »

Travel, Balance and Goodwill for the Holidays – and Beyond!

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As most of us would agree that the holidays are not just about eating, making resolutions and getting presents, but about giving, centering ourselves in relation to others and togetherness, what better way to give back to others than by planning our travel around these holiday themes of balance and goodwill? That’s right – travel as a way of giving back. Think about it as practice for all of those New Year’s Resolutions. Only this time, the resolutions aren’t simply to help you lose a few inches or to get out more; these resolutions will not only edify your person, but the lives of those less fortunate – a real treat for everyone involved! Read More »