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Ah, the new year: the time when all of us reflect on the things we’d like to do better with our fresh calendar: eat better, sleep better, spend more quality time with loved ones, etc. And while some of these resolutions stick better than others (raise your hand if, like me, you’re already slacking on […]

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Did you hear about the Procrastination Pride parade? It’s been moved to next week. Old jokes aside, procrastination is a painfully familiar concept to most of us. It can be a huge productivity and momentum killer, even when we’re putting things off for good reasons. The end result is the same: a rush of activity […]

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In a job search, it can be so easy to fall into ruts and passive roles while you wait for things to happen. If you’re looking to refresh yours…

Contemplating a career path as a wide-eyed young adult, I was certain I was headed into the field of education, but much less certain about specifics. I enjoyed mathematics and science most during my high school years, and I developed a passion for history; but I also enjoyed the energy and innocence of the elementary-age learners. I can distinctly remember intentionally reflecting on how I might be able to make the greatest impact on a person’s life. It was then that the answer became clear: I wanted to become a health educator.

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If saving money is on your to do list for 2017, then Rolling Hills Bank and Trust President Darrell Hockenberry has one piece of advice for yo…