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    How To Make New Friends

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    It’s important to keep expanding your social circle, both for personal and professional reasons. However, meeting new people can be a bit more challenging as adults. Here is how to make a few new friends and acquaintances.

    Start With Who You Know

    Odds are you already have at least a few people that you would like to know better. This might be another parent from your kid’s school, a regular in your yoga class, a colleague at work, or a friend of a friend. Send them a message and invite them for coffee or lunch.

    Put Yourself Out There

    The best way to meet new people is to put yourself out there which will require you to ramp up your social calendar. Set a goal to head to 2 to 4 events or activities a week where you will have the chance to meet new people. Most importantly, don’t be shy about exchanging your contact information.

    Take Your Time

    Don’t be too quick to size someone up, as friend potential is not always immediately apparent. One that same note, don’t just look for friends who are like your current friends or who are just like you. You, of course, need common ground but the more diverse the interests and thought process you are exposed to the more you will open your mind to the endless possibilities of life.

    It takes time to make a marble jar friend but it’s surprisingly fast to make at least a few casual acquaintances, who in time may become a bestie.

  • Living A Kaleidoscope Life
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    Living A Kaleidoscope Life

    Living life with a kaleidoscope perspective is a way to connect with humanity and everything with a fresh new perspective. Here’s how it works. Seeing Life Through Multiple Lenses If you…

  • Why We Must Try Everything
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    Why We Must Try Everything! 

    As children, everything is new and exciting and school provides us with ongoing opportunities to try new things. As adults, we fall into monotonous habits and rarely try new things, even when the opportunity presents itself. Here is why you…