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Why make one resolution … when you can make 18? Author and happiness guru Gretchen Rubin created the #18for2018 trend … which involves making 18 smaller, more realistic goals (like trying a new recipe a month or running once a week), rather than big goals that you are less likely to stick with. (Independent

        

Speaking of resolutions … According to a study, by January 31st, a third of us will have already given up on our resolutions. And by June, less than 50 percent of us will still be sticking with our goal. (Moneyish

        

Seems a lot of married women are worried about their husband’s sexuality … According to Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, author of the book Everybody Lies, which uses Google data to reveal what Americans are reallythinking, women are eight times more likely to ask Google if their husband is gay than if he is an alcoholic. And they are 10 times more likely to ask Google if their husband is gay than if he is depressed. (The Wow Report)

      

Is 2018 the Year of the Woman? This may just be the year of women in politics. A record number of women are planning to run for governor in 2018, including four women in the race in Ohio alone. Before this year, the record for women running for governor in a single year was 34 -- and that was way back in 1994. This year, we’re on track to see at least 79 women trying to win those big elections. (Washington Post)

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