Connect With Old Friends
You spend the first two or three decades of your life making and keeping and occasionally losing friends, but what after that? Much like dating, befriending can actually become harder and harder as we get older. Sally Horchow, author of The Art of Friendship, explains the impact of social networking on real friendship, and how to make genuine new connections (even with your parents).
Read More: How to Make Meaningful Connections with Old and New Friends
Cleanse Your Social Circle
We all have one or two “friends” who drag us down instead of make us better. If you have someone in your life who’s taking more than they’re giving, it might be time to go your separate ways.
Read More: 20 People You Need Out of Your Life
Feed Your Female Friendships
Did you know that a day with the girls can make you happier and healthier? Well, it even helps improve your relationship with your partner. Girl time is important, so click here to read more.
Get Better Work-Life Balance
Does your attitude and relationship to your work interfere with your ability to be healthy? Answer a couple of questions, and if they ring true, then you need to revamp your social life. Creating a good work-life balance is important. Click here to read more.
Swap Facebook for Facetime
Are you the queen of the social media scene or mere spam in people’s feeds? If you answer yes to two or more of the following, you might be leaning toward the latter. Take this quiz and find out if you are an internet oversharer -- there might be time to change your ways before all your “adoring fans” unsubscribe from you!
Make New Mom Friends
Being a mom does not mean you no longer have a social life. You need social interaction as much as anyone else. Click here to read more on how to make new mom friends.
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