Culture may be pushing kids to want, want, want, but a growing body of research shows that gratitude for what one already has is a huge component for kids of not just happiness, but of physical health, life satisfaction, and even grade point average. So what’s a parent to do? How does one foster gratitude in children, not just for the holidays but for the whole year? Never fear – we’ve read a bunch of the research and have come up with our top five tips for fostering gratitude in kids.
Janet Napolitano announced she will resign as Secretary of Homeland Security to run the University of California. After five years of nearly $1 billion in cuts, hikes in tuition, and hiring freezes she'll have her work cut out for her.
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