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What’s your word for 2013?

Katie Hinderer | 11 January 2013

How do you want to describe 2013? What’s the one word that encompasses a lot of what you want to achieve? Then for the next 12 months you focus on that word, instead of individual goals.

Welcome to the year of the Tiger

Katie Hinderer | 16 February 2010
Happy Chinese New Year. February 14, 2010 marked not only Valentine’s Day but also the Chinese New Year. In keeping with tradition, this is the year of the metal Tiger.
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