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December 04, 2007
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Happiness INDEX:
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Tips for your Happiness
Tips for your Health
Tips for your Prosperity
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One Minute Tip:

A good question is worth a thousand pieces of casual advice. A great question can instantly transform our lives and launch us in a whole new direction. In almost any area of life, if you are not getting the results you want, try asking different, better, questions. I think you’ll like the results

Asking ourselves, “Why can’t I ever save for the future?” causes the brain to give us a list of expenses and habits that spend all our income. Asking a better question like, ”I wonder how I could reduce expenses by $100 this month?” leads to a completely different set of answers and potential solutions.

Whenever you find yourself stuck, particularly if you are repeating a pattern and want to change it, try asking yourself some new (and better) questions. Here are a few I use regularly:

1. What is the most important thing I can do today?

2. Since I don’t seem to know how to do this, I wonder who might know the answer? Who can I call for help?

3. Even though I can’t do it all today, what step can I take to get started right away?

4. Who could coach me, or teach me, about this?

5. Since what I’m doing isn’t working, what other methods could I try? What other strategy might give me a better approach?

Power Quotes:


”If you want to feel rich, just count all of the things you have that money can’t buy.”
- Anonymous


If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always got


Without organization and leadership toward a realistic goal, there is no chance of realizing more than a small percentage of your potential.
- John Wooden

Tips for your Happiness:

Christmas Cookies – A Fun Activity for the Whole Family this Christmas!

During the festive season it is important for families to spend not only quality time but fun time together. A great way to share some quality and fun time is to make and bake Christmas cookies. Even very young children can participate and they especially love the job or stirring or adding ingredients.

It’s quality time because you are doing something together as a family where you have to show patience, support and interact with each other in a positive and good spirited manner. It’s also an opportunity to show off your talents as a family as Christmas cookies make a great gift in a Christmas decorated jar for family and friends to enjoy!

The German traditions that led to Christmas cookies used less sugar and more spices like, nutmeg (as sugar was once a very expensive item that the average family could little afford). Cinnamon, cloves, raisins and other dried fruit were also commonly used. Today more modern recipes have sugar added. To get you baking here is a sensational Christmas Cookie recipe that’s easy and everyone will love:

Christmas Cookie Wreaths Recipe: Ingredients –

2 eggs beaten,
½ cup of butter,
1 cup of chopped raisins or dates,
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract,
½ teaspoon of ground ginger,
1 cup of sugar,
4 teaspoons cream,
1 teaspoon of baking soda,
1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon, and
3 ½ cups of flour sifted.

Method – mix butter and sugar in bowl until creamy. Whip eggs and cream together then add other ingredients and mix well until mixture forms a dough texture. Place in the refrigerator to chill. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Remove dough from refrigerator and cut into small pieces. Roll into wreath shapes. Place on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake for 12 minutes. Let cookies cool. Place in a jar and add Christmas decorations.

Celebrate this season by introducing a family Christmas cookie baking day. It will fast become a fun tradition that you will all love and look forward to each year as you make and bake delicious Christmas cookies together. Don’t forget to leave some out for Santa!

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Tips for Happier Relationships

If asking couples the factors involved in the demise of their relationship, one of the common responses is that everything in the relationship is so predictable. When rebuilding a relationship, do not be afraid of letting go of boredom.
If you normally hate the fact that Saturday afternoons consist of your mate sitting for hours watching football, fix some finger sandwiches and something cool to drink and go join them on the couch, or if your mate spends hours in the garden trying to make things look perfect, surprise them with a new flowering plant, and then help to plant it.
When taking a walk with your mate, stop and give them a soft kiss, say, “I love you,” and then keep walking. Take some chances and do the unexpected.

Secret Getaway
Plan a nice weekend getaway to some place off the beaten track where you can enjoy some privacy. A quaint cottage or charming bed and breakfast would be ideal choices. Scout out the area ahead of time and choose a few things that the two of you would like to do in the area but just be sure to leave plenty of time for you to enjoy some alone time. Order a nice bottle of wine or some hot cappuccino and relax in front of the fire! Make this a romantic weekend where you can rekindle your love.

Memory Box
Start a memory box to store old movie tickets, brochures from cities visited, concert ticket stubs, old ski lift passes, cards attached to flowers received, old love notes or letters, birthday cards or anniversary cards from your mate, anything that the two of you did together. Every once in awhile, pull the box out and look at the items with your mate. Reminisce about each memento, and keep all the special times in your life close to your heart!

Tips for your Health:

Kids of working moms rank high if they get good care

No need to feel guilty about working away from home if you have a three-year-old. Studies by Columbia University say that at age 3, a child whose mother didn’t work by the ninth month scores the same as the child of a working mother — if the mother is sensitive and arranges above-average child care.

The study showed that an average child with below-average child care and mother sensitivity, whose mother worked 30 hours a week, scored some 13 points lower on the Bracken School Readiness test. It tests knowledge of colors, letters, numbers, shapes, and comparisons.

A child whose mother worked 30 hours or more who was in an average environment, scored six points lower than the child whose mother worked but who received excellent care.

Can Muscles Help You Live Longer?

You already know that muscles can help you look better. But you might not know that there is a direct relationship between muscle mass and the strength of your immune system.

White blood cells and antibodies, the foundation of your immune system, are both made from protein. And when you have well-developed muscles, you have a ready supply of protein to make these antibodies and cells. That’s why strength training is so important, especially as we age (when muscle mass naturally decreases). Studies have shown that the number of natural killer cells (a specific type of white blood cell) is directly proportional to muscle mass in the older population.

Who should not fly

According to the New England Journal of Medicine’s HealthNews, people with the following conditions should avoid or postpone air travel:

* Any contagious disease, especially a lung infection.

* Fluid in the lungs.

* Air or gas in the cavity surrounding the lungs within the previous 3 weeks.

* Low blood-oxygen levels (less than 70 mm HG).

*Heart attack within the previous 3 weeks or stroke in the previous 2 weeks

* Major surgery within 2 weeks.

*Chest pain, irregular heartbeat, severe anemia, or a flare-up of sickle cell disease.

* Pregnancy of 35 weeks or more.

* Infants younger than 1 week.

Tips for your Prosperity:


Make people feel at ease. They will respond to your needs as you respond to theirs.

Share the spotlight. Give credit to those who deserve it – and to those who strive. Don’t grab praise away from other people.

Have confidence in your own value. Don’t do anything that won’t credit your own self-respect. Follow up your actions as they reflect your own self-worth.

Listen well to others’ comments. Then weigh your own actions. Cultivate relationships with people who have good and important things to say.

Participate in life. Be active in business meetings and endeavors; volunteer to be part of organizations and groups. Social interaction will boost your sense of well-being .

Feel worthy of your own goal. Know that you can attain it and that it is right for you.

Grasp your own challenge. Don’t give yourself impossible goals, but always reach higher.

Relax and be yourself. Each person is different and just as wonderful as the next. Don’t be plagued by what you think others think of you.

Don’t bathe in success – use it. Once you achieve your first goal, go on to others. Use the money you earn for the rewards you look for. Then go on to the next endeavor.

Be slow to criticize others’ achievements. Find out how they did it and learn from them.

Never use subterfuge. Don’t go behind someone’s back. Speak your mind and earn respect.

Banish negative thoughts and traits. Restructure your life to exclude bad habits.

Believe in yourself and what you are to accomplish. All the power in the world is within you to achieve.

You can avoid these five pitfalls on the job

If you’re not watching how you work, how you act, how you speak and how you dress, you could be sending a signal that says, “When it’s time to cut someone, choose me.”

Ronna Lichtenberg, author of It’s Not Business, It’s Personal: The 9 Relationship Principles That Power your Career (Hyperion), says you can make yourself indispensable by avoiding these mistakes:

* Not pitching in when others ask for help is a mistake. The busier-than-thou attitude doesn’t make allies.

* Taking everything personally is a mistake. Some decisions must be made without regard to whether your work is appreciated. Your idea may have been passed over, but don’t think it’s because the boss doesn’t like you.

* Confusing business with pleasure is a mistake. At office functions, mingle with people at your level or above, people who are in a position to promote you. Know the difference between business and socializing.

* Seeking perfection is a mistake. Know the difference between having to be perfect and striving for excellence. Be willing to take on new duties. If you make a mistake, admit it and find a solution.

* Neglecting your appearance is a mistake. Many bosses think your appearance is a reflection of your work.

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1. When vacationing, save on transportation by staying close to home.
2. Save on film developing and printing by ordering from mail order firms.
3. Look for banks that offer traveler’s checks as a free service.
4. If you decide to take an ocean cruise, take a “no frills” freighter.
5. Save on air fares by making arrangements ahead of time for special discounts.
6. You can also save on air fares by taking night flights.
7. If possible, vacation during the “off season” when prices drop.
8. If handy with a sewing machine, make your family’s vacation clothes.
9. Eating away from home can be expensive. Travel with packaged snacks purchased from supermarkets along the way.
10. Discontinue newspaper deliveries while away from home.
11. Never travel on credit unless you can pay the bills when due.
12. Rental cars are costly. If possible, drive your own car while on vacation.
13. Consider sharing vacation homes. It’s less costly than hotels/motels.
14. Investigate “budget motels” that charge less. Get details from library.
15. A “camping” vacation is fun and inexpensive. National parks, forest service campgrounds, etc., let you camp free or for just a small fee a night. Some even operate “rent-a-tent” programs.
16. Plan in advance. Take proper clothing along for the climate you will be experiencing so you won’t have to spend vacation money on new clothes.
17. Never borrow to pay for your vacation.
18. On business trips, keep records & receipts for all deductible expenses.
19. Use toll-free “800” phone numbers to handle your accommodations. Airlines, railways, bus lines, hotels, motels, car rental chains, etc., will pay for your calls when you make reservations.
20. Consider staying at inexpensive hostels. All you need to bring is your own bath towels and bed linens. They accept all age groups. For information contact: American Youth Hostel, 1332 I St. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005.
21. If you select accommodations with cooking facilities, you will be able to save considerably on a major expense: food.
22. When sending picture postcards, use the correct postage.
23. Vacation on a budget…and STICK TO IT!
24. Buy “practical” souvenirs that won’t end up at future garage sales.
25. When traveling with pets, take along a good supply of their favorite foods.
26. Travel with a portable electric iron for quick, no-cost press jobs.
27. Carry a hot plate for fast, economical hot snacks.
28. Pack wash ‘n’ wear clothes and use coin operated laundries.
29. Many wash ‘n’ wear items can be washed by hand in your motel room.
30. Enjoy picnic-style meals in public parks. Buy food at supermarkets.
31. Carry a small sewing kit for minor clothing repairs. Also spot remover.
32. Pack shoe polish and shine your own shoes.
33. Take advantage of the free tourist attractions in cities and tourist areas such as free gardens, museums, restored villages, monuments, etc.
34. Pack a small first aid kit and save on minor scrapes, cuts, bruises, etc.
35. Have an auto checkup from a reliable home-town mechanic before you leave.
36. Leave pets with friends instead of boarding them at kennels.
37. Take advantage of hotels/motels offering special “family rates”.
38. Keep tank filled so you can shop around for lowest gasoline prices.
39. Check ahead and reserve the most inexpensive accommodations.
40. You may be able to if your phone is disconnected while away.
41. Turn off the gas while away from home; also electric water heater.
42. On business trips, keep mileage record & gas receipts for tax purposes.
43. If you have friends or relatives in your vacation area, stay with them.
44. Consider renting an inexpensive camper or mobile home.
45. Consider staying home & doing all the things you never had time to do.

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    Christmas – 7 Classic Christmas Jokes Guaranteed to Get a Laugh!

    Deck the halls the Christmas festive season is fast approaching! It’s time to prepare for some fun by gathering your Christmas jokes to share at the family Christmas feast.

    Christmas jokes are a good ice breaker especially if the air is a little tense! It’s a great way to unite people. Give them to the kids and get them to tell a few jokes. It’s a great way to have them feeling special and interacting with the adults too. Everyone enjoys a good laugh. Will you share a good laugh this festive season?

    Here are 7 all-time favorite classic Christmas jokes to help you with your preparations to ensure some festive fun. These classic Christmas jokes are guaranteed to get a laugh whether young or old:

    1. Q: Knock Knock.
    A: Who’s there?
    Q: Mary
    A: Mary who?
    Mary Christmas!

    2. Q: What’s the favorite Christmas Carol of new parents?
    A: Silent Night!

    3. Q: What did one Christmas light say to the other Christmas light?
    A: You light me up!

    4. Q: What’s the best thing to put into Christmas dinner?
    A: Your teeth!

    5. Q: What did Adam say on the day before Christmas?
    A: It’s Christmas, Eve!

    6. Q: What do wild animals sing at Christmas-time?
    A: Jungle bells, jungle bells, jungle all the way!

    7. Q: Why do Mummies like Christmas so much?
    A: Because of all the wrapping!

    Here’s what some researchers say about laughter:

    Many researchers and experts tell us that a good hearty laugh is infectious and has many social and health benefits. They say it has the power to elevate one’s mood, reduce stress, lower blood pressure, protect the heart, boost immune system, improve brain functioning, connect you to others, foster instant relaxation, and generally give you an overall good feeling. So who wouldn’t want some of these benefits this Christmas!

    “Laughter is very powerful medicine. It can lower stress, dissolve anger and unite families in their resolve to overcome troubled times.”
    University of Nebraska

    Remember during this Christmas festive season you have the choice – to laugh or not to laugh! So be merry, bring along a few Christmas jokes to the Christmas festivities and enjoy a good laugh and the many benefits that come with laughing this festive Christmas season!

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    A little boy was attending his first wedding.

    After the service, his cousin asked him, “How many women can a man marry?”

    “Sixteen,” the boy responded. His cousin was amazed that he had an answer so quickly.

    “How do you know that?”

    “Easy,” the little boy said.

    “All you have to do is add it up, like the Bishop said,

    4 better, 4 worse, 4 richer, 4 poorer.”


    After a church service on Sunday morning, a young boy suddenly announced to his mother, “Mom, I’ve decided to become a minister when I grow up.”

    “That’s okay with us, but what made you decide that?”

    “Well,” said the little boy, “I have to go to church on Sunday anyway, and I figure it will be more fun to stand up and yell, than to sit and listen.”


    A 6-year-old was overheard reciting the Lord’s Prayer at a church service, “And forgive us our trash passes, as we forgive those who passed trash against us.”


    A boy was watching his father, a pastor, write a sermon.

    “How do you know what to say?” he asked.

    “Why, God tells me.”

    “Oh, then why do you keep crossing things out?”


    A little girl became restless as the preacher’s sermon dragged on and on. Finally, she leanedover to her mother and whispered,

    “Mommy, if we give him the money now, will he let us go?”


    After the christening of his baby brother in church, little Johnny sobbed all the way home in the back seat of the car. His father asked him three times what was wrong.

    Finally, the boy replied, “That priest said he wanted us brought up in a Christian home, and I want to stay with you guys!”


    Terri asked her Sunday School class to draw pictures of their favorite Bible stories. She was puzzled by Kyle’s picture, which showed four people on an airplane, so she asked him which story it was meant to represent.

    “The Flight to Egypt ,” was his reply .

    Pointing at each figure, Ms. Terri said, “That must be Mary, Joseph, and Baby Jesus. But who’s the fourth person?”

    “Oh, that’s Pontius – the pilot!”

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    The Sunday School Teacher asks, “Now, Johnny, tell me frankly do you say prayers before eating?”

    “No sir,” little Johnny replies, I don’t have to. My mom is a good cook.”


    A college drama group presented a play in which one character would stand on a trap door and announce, “I descend into hell!”

    A stagehand below would then pull a rope, the trapdoor would spring, and the actor would drop from view.

    The play was well received. When the actor playing the part became ill, another actor who was quite overweight took his place. When the new actor announced, “I descend into hell!” the stagehand pulled the rope, and the actor began his plunge, but became hopelessly stuck. No amount of tugging on the rope could make him descend.

    One student in the balcony jumped up and yelled:

    “Hallelujah! Hell is full!”


    This is the best one.

    A little girl was sitting on her grandfather’s lap as he read her a bedtime story.

    From time to time, she would take her eyes off the book and reach up to touch his wrinkled cheek. She was alternately stroking her own cheek, then his again.

    Finally she spoke up, “Grandpa, did God make you?”

    “Yes, sweetheart,” he answered, “God made me a long time ago.”

    “Oh,” she paused, “grandpa, did God make me too?”

    “Yes, indeed, honey,” he said, “God made you just a little while ago.”

    Feeling their respective faces again, she observed, “God’s getting better at it, isn’t he ?”

    Recapture the Magic of Christmas with Inspirational Christmas Stories!

    By Bernadette Dimitrov, The HoHoHo Expert!

    Everyone knows that life today is more hectic than ever before. Families are often very busy and family fun time is at a premium. This is never more apparent than at Christmas. Everyone wants Christmas to be magical and special, but many of us feel that it has become commercial and impersonal.

    The solution, though, is so simple that many families are surprised. Inspirational Christmas stories can help you recapture the magic of an old-fashioned Christmas, but with a modern twist. Just consider:

    1) Inspirational Christmas stories for children and adults are quick to read and can be read together at any time. You won’t have to rearrange your entire schedule for this Christmas magic – all you need are a few stolen moments here and there.

    2) Inspirational Christmas stories for children and adults allow you to create special Christmas traditions for your family. Many cultures read the Christmas story aloud during the holidays. Reading favorite inspirational Christmas stories for children and adults together can be a great way to develop special holiday traditions for your own family.

    3) Inspirational Christmas stories for children and adults are about sharing time – not about spending money. Getting together to read inspirational Christmas stories out loud is about sharing time together. It is not simply another impersonal way to spend money. In fact, inspirational Christmas stories are very economical, no matter what your holiday budget this Christmas season!

    4) Inspirational Christmas stories for children and adults can help you teach your family what the season is all about. These stories have modern settings and twists and are exciting and fun. At the same time, they are about the miracles and togetherness that Christmas should represent. Without lecturing or moralizing, inspirational Christmas stories for children and adults capture and reveal exactly what this time of year is all about – and they do so in a way that everyone can understand!

    5) Inspirational Christmas stories for children and adults can create cherished memories for your whole family. Stir up some cocoa and serve some cookies to your audience. Take turns reading inspirational Christmas stories out loud, and put on some quiet Christmas carols in the background. Inspirational Christmas stories for children and adults can be the perfect way to set the stage for a fabulous Christmas celebration.

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