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We started a new blog! Follow us on Tumblr and read weekly posts from the employees here at the Foundation. We'd like to share how we incorporate the values we promote in our own lives, and would love to hear the same from you!
Today, Kristen shared her thoughts on the tough task of staying motivated through diet and exercise.
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WATCH: "Homeless" man gives back! 
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Give good out, get good back!
Craig MacDonald, an elementary teacher from Halifax, Nova Scotia, is getting the helping hand he deserves. When MacDonald, who is known in Halifax for raising money for sick children, found himself battling an illness of his own, his friends deci...
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#tbt   #Motivation  Randy Pausch
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The values we live by are worth more when we pass them on.
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The Foundation for a Better Life creates public service campaigns to communicate the values that make a difference in our communities. These uplifting messages, utilizing television, movie theaters, billboards, radio and the internet, model the benefits of a life lived by positive values. We believe people are basically good but sometimes just need a reminder. And we believe that the positive values we live by are worth more when we pass them on.