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8 Things women just don’t do anymore (that they should!) There was a time when a woman’s greatest duty and achievement was taking care of her man. The women of the 2003 movie Mona Lisa Smile were a great example of what women were essentially breed to do. They went to college, but they didn’t really plan on using their degrees (or even graduating in some cases). The plan was to get married as soon as possible and put those Home Ec skills to good use! But today’s breed of women is certainly a different one. Many historical events have…

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By Henry S. Miller Although some would have you think otherwise, the uniquely human pursuit of happiness is not merely some frivolous idle-time activity for the fortunate few. Far from it. Instead, it is a serious pursuit—a duty and responsibility for each of us. As the progress—or lack thereof—of human evolution has demonstrated, being in a positive, optimistic, and happy frame of mind seems to be what allows some humans to be more successful than others in obtaining life’s essentials: food, shelter, social support, even a mate. So it has always been and so it continues today. And if you…

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Ericka Flye:  I am a news anchor at WRTV Channel 6 in Indianapolis. I was born and raised in Anderson, IN and still have a lot of family there.  I attended Elementary, Middle, and High School in Anderson. For college, I attended Purdue University for 1 year and then transferred to Ball State University in Muncie, IN.  I attended there for three years and graduated with my degree in Telecommunications. AMPS:  Was television news something that you wanted to do when you were growing up? Ericka Flye:  No it wasn’t. I tell people this all the time.  I don’t even…

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Why Happiness Matters By Henry S. Miller Although some would have you think otherwise, the uniquely human pursuit of happiness is not merely some frivolous idle-time activity for the fortunate few. Far from it. Instead, it is a serious pursuit—a duty and responsibility for each of us. As the progress—or lack thereof—of human evolution has demonstrated, being in a positive, optimistic, and happy frame of mind seems to be what allows some humans to be more successful than others in obtaining life’s essentials: food, shelter, social support, even a mate. So it has always been and so it continues today.…

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