January Doesn’t Have to Be Dry and Discouraging
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January Doesn’t Have to Be Dry and Discouraging

January Doesn’t Have to Be Dry and Discouraging

Parents Aging at Home

While “Dryuary” or Dry January seems like a relatively new trend, it’s origins date back much earlier. Even the New York Times showcases the activities around when Prohibition began (Jan. 17, 1920.) January is also a month where people re-consider their over-indulgences in food and drink then hit the gyms or yoga mats and buy … Continue reading January Doesn’t Have to Be Dry and Discouraging

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