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Getting involved and establishing a relationship with others can be tough, especially when you're busy with work, family and maybe even school.  Learn how you can attain balance and harmony in all aspects of your social life. You can never have too much fun in life, so don't worry about that! Focus on balance.


TIFF is currently looking for community experts, volunteers, and writers to provide content for our website, app and online courses. Below is a sample of online articles we found that are appealing to our audience.



Break Free! Become a Social Butterfly

Ashley Greene may not have been born a social butterly, but she has made great strides in becoming more socially involved. Her tips are, indeed, surmountable and won't require the anxiety an introvert may associate with being more outgoing.

Mastering the Art of Engaging to Build Relationships

Social media is a powerful way to engage and network with others. Are you using it to its fullest potential? Patsy Stewart goes over some quick dos and don'ts for building online relationships.

5 Reasons Why You Should Volunteer

We all know that volunteering is great because of the benefits it has for others, but Dawn C. Carr delineates other reasons why it is beneficial that you may not have considered. If you don't know how to get started, don't worry! She includes suggestions for that as well.

Mompreneurs: Transition From Corporate to Chaos

Sandy Abrams paints a relatable picture about a woman called Lori and her struggle to find a work life balance. Her processes and solutions are valuable information for women who find themselves struggling with this issue.

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