New Year’s Resolutions—Turning IF into WHEN

By Mark Johnston | Dec 29, 2016 2:00:00 PM

When you hear people talk about the upcoming 12 months, they’ll often say things like, “If I get that promotion at work or we’re able to go on that Caribbean vacation, next year will be great.” There’s nothing wrong with such aspirations, but the issue is that the insertion of a little word that often goes unnoticed—the humble “if”—makes the success or failure of their entire year conditional on outside circumstances. Though all of our lives are subject to chaos, random events and simple bad luck sometimes, I’d argue that removing the “if” will make 2017 the best year that it can be.

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Memories Last Beyond the Holidays

By Tim Elliott | Dec 22, 2016 1:55:16 PM

My favorite Christmastime memories are small things that still bring a smile to my face. I’m sure you have similar recollections that make you feel warm inside, like drinking a mug of eggnog, when they come to mind. The sight of my family sitting around the living room talking and opening gifts and my dad reminding us of the true reason for the season. My great uncle Jimmy dressing up like an old hobo and sitting down among us—and no one knowing who he was for at least half an hour. My dad giving my mom a golf bag that she wasn’t too thrilled about until she found a bracelet hidden inside. 

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I'm Dreaming of a Green Christmas

By Randy Hippe | Dec 15, 2016 5:02:10 PM

Have you heard the saying, “Thanksgiving is for families, Christmas is for children and New Year’s Eve is for adults?” Well, I guess that makes me a big kid, because I enjoy everything about Christmas. I don’t go too crazy—putting up Christmas decorations on Halloween. But I have friends who do, and I’m alright with that.

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