Category: Community


5 Strategies to Help You Get Out of a Rut

For many of us, there comes a point in life when things feel flat, boring, negative, or even painful; simply put, you find yourself in a rut. Day-to-day life seems to be harder than it should be, and you start...


Leadership: Getting Inside the Brain

It’s been said that to be in management, you have to have thick skin. True, yet the trait of a good manager may go deeper than having a tough outer shell. Finding the search begins and ends with just being...


The Pleasures of Community

There’s a lot of pressure on us to make our individual lives interesting. But sometimes, the best experiences aren’t those connected up with our personal triumphs; they’re moments of joy at belonging with others.


Peaceful Playgrounds – Why Recess Makes Kids Smarter

According to second grader, Allison Rincand, her favorite activity at school,   “Recess because I get to play with my friends.”  Her response mirrors the majority of children in elementary school where over 80% of students rate recess as their favorite...


Green Cleaning With Vinegar

Vinegar’s magic ingredient is acetic acid, which is about 5 percent of the finished product. Vinegar has been around for about 2,500 years, making it one of the oldest products in use by humans. There are many different types of vinegar...


Stop Consuming Culture and Create Your Own

Are you creating the life you want? Or are you just absorbing a version of reality that has been projected upon you? Are you living life on your own terms? Or are you letting your hopes and dreams become the desires...

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Shocking Ways to Use a Magic Eraser

We keep packed schedules, live large and play hard. But it doesn’t feel good if you come home to scuffed walls, stains and marks left from our rock star way of living. Living in a Camden Community means that you like the finer...


Greedy Kids? New Study Says a Gratitude Journal Will Help

Materialistic kids aren’t just tough to shop with at Target (“TeenyMates! Shopkins! Legos! Need! Them! All!”). They’re at an increased risk of developing long-term social and psychological issues, according to a new study. Aric Rindfleisch, professor of business administration at...


20 Super Smart Ways to Organize Your Kitchen

Keeping the kitchen organized is a difficult task because… well, we have better things to do. And with the kitchen being the life of the home party, it automatically makes it the proverbial dumping ground. Bills, homework, the last granola bar and your lost...


Do You Know What the Numbers on Your Produce Mean?

ARTICLE FROM: Organic. Non-GMO. Locally grown. Farm fresh. We use a lot of adjectives to describe our produce, but it can all sound like a bunch of gibberish to the uninformed shopper. Our food, and how it’s grown, is...

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Can you Teach Well-Being? Martin Seligman Thinks so

One of the great imponderables of human society is how much of our religion, psychology, philosophy and art through the millennia has been dedicated to the understanding and amelioration of suffering rather than the promotion of happiness. Thinkers such as Sigmund...