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By Tara Sroka As we kick off a new year and decade, instead of making resolutions you may not keep, how about getting your affairs in order in case of serious illness and/or death? You may be thinking, “That sounds like a big downer. Why should I care about end of life planning when I’m […]

By Cassidy Webb  Staying sober throughout the holiday season is difficult for people in early recovery. There are social events that involve drinking, strained relationships that people are trying to mend and unexpected challenges that may drive people to drink or use drugs. Combine these stressors with the typical chaos of a big family holiday […]

By Krista Harper  Traveling is exhilarating but can be exhausting. Staying energized while you travel can be a challenge, especially if you’re traveling across multiple time zones! With planning, however, you can reduce fatigue and stay energized while traveling. Just add these simple pre-travel tips to your prep routine.  Pack healthy snacks.  Airline food doesn’t […]

By Emily Hochman If you’re reading this and have thought about your weight at some point in the past week, you’re not alone. And if you’ve tried multiple diets, but are still looking for the right fit, you’re definitely not alone. 49% of Americans want to lose weight , 45 million try dieting each year […]

By Sally Rogers America is in the midst of a new period: the Era of the Event. If you’ve been to a Six Degrees Society event, you’re probably an event aficionado! These days, event attendees are seeking genuine connection to others, social collateral, and family-friendly fun (mostly driven by millennials) and relish the joy of […]

By Laurie Gerber Do you believe in having it all? For as long as I can remember, I didn’t. Sure, I could have some things…I just couldn’t have or expect to have everything at once.  In fact, I firmly believed that anyone who said that they could “have it all” — a happy partner, kids, […]