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Seven tips to stop constant worrying in your life

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Do you find yourself worrying about everything that is going on around you?

It can be very tiring and depressing to constantly worry about your family, your job, your health, and everything else that is happening. Having things out of your control is very scary.

As a result, here are 7 tips on how to overcome the cycle of...

Selecting the right life insurance policy for you

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It is essential to carefully consider your life insurance needs before selecting a policy. Life insurance can provide financial security for your loved ones in the event of your death and can be an essential part of your overall financial planning.

There are several types of life insurance policies to choose from, including term life insurance, whole life insurance, and universal life insurance. Each type of policy has its own features and benefits, and it is important to understand the differences between them to select the right policy for you.

Term life insurance provides coverage for a specific period of time, such as 10, 20, or 30 years. It is typically the most affordable option...

Have you been yeeted by a yeti yet?

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It’s no secret that expert wordplay is the key to increasing your romantic attraction. After all, who doesn’t love a bonafide word nerd?

Today’s word journey includes slang and common words that sound similar. If you’re playing at home, turn your dictionaries to the “y” section.

Are we having fun yet? Let’s begin by examining the word “yet.” Although the exact origin of the word is unknown, in Old English, the words “get” and “gieta” mean “until now” or “thus far.” You can imagine how these words morphed along the way to arrive at the “yet” pronunciation we have today.

The small but mighty “yet” is a versatile word. As an adverb, “yet”...

Heinrich introduces legislation to level the playing field for New Mexico’s children

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Act would improve students’ literacy

WASHINGTON D.C. — U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich, D-N.M, introduced the Literacy Improvement for Transformation Act, legislation that aims to improve literacy outcomes for all students by ensuring that every K-12 public school has at least one full-time reading or literacy specialist on staff, on March 12.

More than 8 million low-income K-5 students in America are not proficient in reading. According to data provided by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, children who struggle to read proficiently by fourth grade are four times more likely not to graduate from high school than their peers with grade-level reading skills.

“Every child in New Mexico...

Six tips on how to discuss your mental health with others

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It can be frustrating to struggle with your mental health and to get your family and friends to understand where you are coming from.

Although most people may be understanding, there is usually one or two people who will make things more challenging for you.

As a result, here are six suggestions on how to deal with the people you know regarding your mental health situation.

Listen to the professionals: Your friends may mean well, but when it comes down to it, the professionals are aware of your circumstances more than anyone. It is important that you listen and follow the advice from your doctor or medical professional rather than following the advice from your friends and other...

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