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Breast Cancer Awareness – Important Medical Advances
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Breast Cancer Awareness – Important Medical Advances

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and with that a multitude of important news stories related to treatment, therapy and medical advances. Below is the WE Magazine for Women Quality of Life Advances that can significantly alter cancer patients experiences during treatment and beyond, organizations that need our support and more. […]

37% of College Grads Feel Degree Wasn’t Worth the Student Loan Debt
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37% of College Grads Feel Degree Wasn’t Worth the Student Loan Debt

Varo Money ‘State of the Uni’ Survey:  Survey also reveals that millennials are pragmatic: only 14% willing to be ‘starving artists,’ and 75% willing to ‘get a real job’ by age 40 if their dream career doesn’t pan out  As students from coast to coast prepare for the fall semester, Varo […]

Digital Bookmobile Marks 10th Anniversary Celebrating Library Ebooks
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Digital Bookmobile Marks 10th Anniversary Celebrating Library Ebooks

As the popularity of ebooks and audiobooks continues to grow, so has the high-tech Digital Bookmobile, celebrating its 10th anniversary this month. This traveling exhibit tours public libraries and schools throughout North America to promote their digital catalog of ebooks, audiobooks and other digital content to their communities. During its 10 […]

Eleven Elements That Must Intersect to Create a Vibrant Community
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Eleven Elements That Must Intersect to Create a Vibrant Community

Why local government and smart planning are just the beginning. Every community wants to be a great place to live and work. Yet even with the economic resurgence America is feeling, many towns and cities have a long way to go. They’re grappling with unemployment. Neighborhoods are deteriorating. People are […]

When You Compare Yourself to Others You Lose Your Personal Power
Balance & Lifestyle / From the Editor / Lifestyle / Self-confidence

When You Compare Yourself to Others You Lose Your Personal Power

6 Tips to Help You Compare Less and Celebrate More “Comparison is the root of all feelings of inferiority. The moment you begin examining other people’s strengths against your most obvious weaknesses, your self-esteem starts to crumble.” ―James C. Dobson Life on the Edge: The Next Generation’s Guide to a […]