Most-Read Stories of January 2017

By Leigh Harper, February 1, 2017

The first month of the year is officially behind us. Hopefully you’re making headway on your goals for the year. (If not, good news: You have 11 more months to conquer them!) We had the pleasure of interviewing some fascinating individuals in the first 31 days of the year. Here are the most-read stories of January 2017.

  1. Lena Green Laughs for Good

  2. 4 Reasons President Trump Will Be Good for Business

  3. Christian Comedy Duo the Skit Guys Hit a Funny Bone

  4. Volunteer Jenny Keeton Redefines Generosity

  5. How to Save Money on Floral Design

  6. How Paul Sohn Turned a Crisis Into a Calling

  7. “Listicle” Tops Banished Words List

  8. How to Make Your Event Stand Out on Instagram

 

 

 

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