january

Here's what you should consider to make sure you're really getting the best travel deal.
President Obama just had a very good month in the polls. Not spectacular, mind you, but still better than any month since January of 2015. Essentially, Obama regained the job approval polling ground he lost over the previous two or three months.
Thank you, Martin Luther King Jr., for inspiring faith, dreams, and all the power they hold for our world. The greatest gift we can give to each other is little steps in faith, trust, compassion, and bringing our dreams to light.
What an incredible journey we are all on -- take it in and relish it. Start the year strong and as my hubby would say, keep putting one foot in front of the other.
Maybe winter isn't sad because it's cold or windy or all those other sad things, but because when the sun sets at 4:30 or 5 and you gather the contents of your day in a small sack, you find it weighs less than you had hoped.
2. Cool it on the cologne. Some people smell funky, that's a given. Covering it up with perfume or cologne and adding a hefty
Bernie Sanders will become president, and I explain that while people evolve, nobody changes positions on key issues more than Clinton. Between Clinton and Trump, Americans have a Democrat funded by prison lobbyists and a billionaire populist who once identified more with Democrats than Republicans.
Minnesota mountaineer Lonnie Dupre has apparently completed a solo summit of the 20,237-foot Mount McKinley in January, the first time anyone has accomplished such a feat, according to Stevie Plummer, Dupre's expedition manager.
For the fourth time, to diminishing fanfare, Lonnie Dupre is trying to do what has never been done: Reach the summit of Mount McKinley, alone, in the supremely inhospitable month of January.
2B: Does whisking egg yolks by hand count as exercise? 6B: Try to find retractable earplugs. How to outdo this entrée? Did
In honor of our fine feathered friends, we found some of the most naturally stunning destinations where you can bird watch and take in nature and all the scenic views it has to offer.
Whether I spent them wearing lipstick or chapstick, in a pair of snow shoes or slippers, every day of the first month of 2014 was well lived because each of those days was a gift.
Start by developing a list of financial resolutions you want to achieve before retirement. Keep them simple and keep them doable. Then narrow that list down to the ones you want to achieve this year. Here are a few simple steps that can pack a lot of punch.
A gentle reminder to ourselves to lighten someone else's spirits by making them smile, showing that you care, or sharing a laugh is a lovely way to combat those emotional lows.
January is upon us and the phones are starting to ring. It happens every year in our divorce law practice. It's the same old story: clients dissatisfied with the marital relationships, but not wanting to file for divorce until after the holidays.
There are actually some very good lessons to be found in our past mistakes. For example, I remember when I used to overdo
Tomorrow, despite stiff legs and sore feet, I'll be out there skate skiing again. Maybe I'll feel a tad stronger and smoother than I did today, or yesterday. Maybe not. But I'll be smiling, grateful for January's particular gifts.
The Magh Mela is one of the greatest annual religious affairs for Hindus. Hindu mythology considers the origin of the Magh