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Manners: Top 25 Manners for Kids, Toddlers, and Adults!

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Manners maketh the man!

What are the top manners for kids (children)? For Toddlers? School?Manners Top 25 Manners for Kids, Toddlers, and Adults!

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At their core, etiquette is much more significant than just being able to follow certain rules and regulations in our dealing with others.

It’s an example of our character and virtue —

Our actions actually show and reveal our true heart and our character.

How do we treat others who can do nothing for us in return?

They also give us structure, which is necessary for our Faith and in our lives. Formal manners help make structure second nature. Structure and kindness — or charity — are necessary for a civil and Christian society.

Our goal?

Grab a beverage and settle in to learn more about the Top 25!

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10 Tips for Overcoming Depression at the Holidays

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Overcoming Depression

Don’t dread the holidays! Learn to recognize your depression triggers, then use these 10 Tips for yourself or someone you love. You may save a life.



First of all, if it’s an emergency, stop right now and call 911 or Lifeline Crisis Chat at 800-273 TALK (8255)

1. Acknowledge your feelings, because feelings buried alive never die.

2. Reach out. You’ve heard of a “runner’s high”? You can get the same emotional boost as a result of helping another person!

3. Be realistic. Set your expectations a bit lower and stop aiming for a fairy tale holiday.

4. Set aside differences. Accept family members and friends as they are. Now isn’t the time to settle old arguments and/or grievances.

5. Stick to a budget. You can’t “buy” happiness — for yourself or from others. Decide ahead of time what you’ll spend, then stick to it. Remember, that credit card bill WILL SHOW UP next month.

Try these alternatives:

-Offer a spiritual bouquet
-Donate to a charity in someone’s name.
-Make and give homemade gifts.
-Start a “Secret Santa” or individual family gift exchange.

6. Plan ahead. As the saying goes, “Plan your work and work your plan.” Now may be the time to plan to get some help — either hired or from friends and family.

7. Learn to say no. Once you’ve planned your time (#6 above), then only say “yes” to things that fit in your plan. Self-care and setting boundaries is being charitable to yourself as well as to others. Saying “yes” can leave you feeling resentful as well as overwhelmed.

8. Don’t abandon healthy habits. Depression is directly linked to sugar and grains — especially wheat. Most of all, overindulging — whether it’s food or alcohol — will only pile on the stress and guilt.

Try these suggestions:
-Have a healthy snack before holiday parties so that you don’t go overboard on sweets or alcohol
-Get plenty of sleep.
-Get 30-mminutes of walking in each day.

9. Take a time out. Be alone, in silence or with your favorite sounds/music, for a few minutes every day. Go for a walk. Get a massage. Play an instrument.

10. Finally, seek professional help if you need it. If you feel persistently sad, anxious, experience insomnia, or feel unable to ‘face the day’, talk to someone. Either a friend or mental health professional. Call 911 or Lifeline Crisis Chat 800-273 TALK (8255)

If you feel these tips were useful, please make sure you like and share this video! You may save a life!

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How Sizing Varies At Different Retailers

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How Sizing Varies At Different Retailers

Don’t go by the size number on the tag!

It’s no secret that retailers have been selling items that run big as smaller sizes to ‘flatter’ their customers. It’s called “vanity sizing”.

“The risk associated with buying the wrong size scares people away from purchasing clothing online,” Fitbay CEO Christian Wylonis explained. “Our data looked at what sizes our users were buying and what worked best for them. Our hope is that this analysis is helpful to navigate the space and choose the right size.”

What brands are guilty?

The chart below from FitBay shows the percent of men and women wearing size “small” who have to buy a size up or down.

Loft, Free People, and J. Crew run large. ModCloth and American Apparel run small.

Lesson? Size charts are not accurate and sizes vary greatly from brand to brand.



HT to reporter Chavie Lieber at Racked who partnered with Fitbay to create the chart below.


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