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Apr 25th

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Motivational Moments: Time to think of goals for next year

During this season so many of us go out of our way to bring happiness to others, be it through holiday get-togethers, giving presents to loved ones, or giving to others in need. But this season as you do all those wonderful things, I want you to remember to also think about yourself. All too often, we spend so much time making sure everyone else's needs are met, that we forget about our own needs.
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Reflecting on the old year, preparing for the new one!

Reflecting on the old year, preparing for the new one!Another year is coming to an end. This is a good time to reflect and to plan for the New Year. Although you may have left some things undone, it is not too late to begin the necessary work to get them done in the upcoming year. This requires quiet time and personal reflection. Real success in life can only be measured by the accomplishment of your personal goals. Until you truly understand why you are here, you can never put the energy needed to bring it to pass. Spend some time during this month to determine what you want to accomplish in the upcoming year.
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Energy-saving tips for the holidays

Energy-saving tips for the holidaysThe holiday season is here! In addition to replacing traditional incandescent decorative lights with high-efficient ENERGY STAR® qualified LED (light-emitting diode) bulbs, there are many other ways to practice energy conservation during the holidays:
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St. Peter AME celebrates pastor Nazim Fakir's first anniversary

St. Peter AME celebrates pastor Nazim Fakir's first anniversaryThe Rev. Nazim B. Fakir, pastor of St. Peter's AME Church and the Rev. LaTonya April Fakir, are a unique ministerial team.

As husband and wife, they share a love of God, love of family and love of the community. Recently members of the St. Peter's AME Church, located at 401 E. 41st St. in south Minneapolis, celebrated Pastor Fakir's first anniversary as their pastoral leader.
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Avoiding the holiday blues

The six weeks encompassing Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's—collectively called "the holidays"—are for most a magically unique time of year.

But for many, the holidays bring hurt. Caused by factors including the weather, separation, death, stress, unrealistic expectations, hypersentimentality, guilt, or overspending, holiday depression—also called the "holiday blues"—can zap the merriment out of even the most wonderful time of the year.
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Concentrate on how great your life could be

Are there ever times when you feel afraid?

I don't mean afraid when you watch some scary movie, or afraid of noise in the night, but afraid that you will never be who you set out to be or achieve the goals you want to achieve. This form of fear will paralyze you and make you believe that you are stuck right where you are. It can make you give up and not move toward your greatness.
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The Minnesota Department of Commerce urges shoppers to check list twice, keep dangerous toys from your holiday celebration

The Minnesota Department of Commerce urges shoppers to check list twice, keep dangerous toys from your holiday celebrationThe largest shopping days of the year are now here – the few days where a significant portion of the annual $20 billion are spent on toys in the United States. To help keep dangerous toys out of the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping, the Department of Commerce is reminding parents to stay vigilant about product and toy safety including hazardous chemicals, and to check product recall alerts.
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