Thursday, 27 December 2012 11:06
EarthTalk® E - The Environmental Magazine
Dear EarthTalk: It might seem obvious, but what would be the primary benefits of public transit as an alternative to the private automobile if our country were to make a major commitment to it? -- James Millerton, Armstrong, PA
(StatePoint) Two of the most commonly made and commonly broken New Year’s resolutions are saving money and paying off debt. These are promises we all seem to make to ourselves every year with every intention of seeing through. But somehow, we wind up in the same spot we were before.
(StatePoint) No matter if you are throwing a New Year’s party or attending one, nobody wants an evening that’s dull or routine. But with a few simple party tips, you can make this year’s celebration special, no matter what your plans include:
It is hard to believe that in about a week, another new year will be upon us. Because the new years seem to be coming faster and faster, we must make time to process the previous year’s activities and prepare for the New Year. Our success and failures will be governed by the actions we take today. In order to make the most of the upcoming year, here are 5 important things that you should do to prepare.
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