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What Did You Learn in 2016?|
Mahatma Gandhi counselled, "live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever." One never stops learning.
Mom worries adult daughter is anorexic|
Dear Amy: Due to a job layoff last year, our 32-year-old daughter has been living with my husband and me. She recently returned to work, but receives a low salary and no health insurance.
What to do in Ottawa in 36 hours, according to the New York Times|
Congratulations, Ottawa: You've awakened from your "sleepy" reputation as a listless government worker town into a vibrant metropolis with a flourishing food scene, rocking nightlife and yes -- no more Wine Rack. That's the latest verdict in the New York Times, which published an article Thursday that surveyed the best Ottawa had to offer in a short time.
Don't let stress derail your weight goals|
Wake up before sunrise to go running. Purposefully avoid breakfast or a snack in the hope of saving calories. Assume that "more intense" is always better, whether it be in a workout or an eating plan.
Oprah shares how she shed 42 pounds|
Oprah Winfrey didn't intend on shedding 42 pounds but as the long-time talk show host revealed in this month's Weight Watchers Magazine, a shrinking waistline turned out to be the stunning byproduct of a new healthy lifestyle.
Why would God have made wine so good?|
Why do I like Cardinal Amand Richelieu? I'm not an expert theologian. But I remember the Cardinal was a leading character in The Three Musketeers, a ruler more powerful than the King and known as "The Red Eminence" due to his red robe. But he also enjoyed red wine. He once remarked, "If God forbade drinking, would he have made wine so good?"
Vanier's crazy Christmas house goes dark after decades of delighting Ottawa|
The lights are out at the little house in Vanier that for decades beamed out the city's most delightfully out-of-control Christmas display.A "sold" sign was plunked earlier this month on the lawn of the Robitaille residence at 158 Marier Ave. A jumble of fish tanks and furniture, piled with snow, are all that remain of the extravaganza of Christmas
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Daughter starts to parrot Dad's critical comments|
Dear Amy: I have a daughter who is a high school freshman. When she was two, her father divorced me. I was devastated because I loved him, never wanted a divorce and didn't want our daughter to have to face this pain.