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There’s nothing wrong with accepting trade-offs and compromises when you know your life is enriched by what you receive despite what you lose. It’s a lesson not just for husbands and wives, but for business and politics as well.… Read More Compromise is tough, but there is often a worthy benefit
There is only ONE reason why people work on a holiday like Christmas. It’s your fault.… Read More Stop shopping on holidays, guys!
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I told my son vaping was illegal for his age group and the chemicals in vape juice could harm him. But Juul also talked to my son about vaping relentlessly, by aggressively marketing to him in social media and showing him how “safe” and cool it was.… Read More Are teens, parents or companies to blame for the underage vaping epidemic?