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Archive for December, 2007


One of the best ways to kick-off the New Year is by starting a 30-day trial of a new daily habit or activity. Instead of creating a New Year’s Resolution that you probably won’t stick to, it’s better just commit to a short-term change. Make a January resolution only. If it doesn’t work out, you’re completely free to abandon it on January 31st, but for the first 30 days, use every ounce of resolve and self-discipline you can gather to stick to it, whatever it takes. At the end of the 30 days, you’ll be in a great position to decide whether you want to commit to a lasting change, having 30 days of success behind you.

People who’ve use the 30-day trial method to form positive new habits and break bad habits. For example: quitting smoking, learning to invest, getting out of debt, starting a new exercise program, waking up early, going to bed early, giving up soda, quitting coffee and lots more… Have you decided what 30-day trail you’re going to commit too for 2008. Let’s hear about it in the comments.

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The holidays are a time of sharing, and as a small gesture to our readers we’ve created a 2008 Dominica calendar with colourful photos from around Dominica: view of the sea, tropical forest, Carnival costumes, Sail ships, and Architecture. The calendar will be great wallpaper for your desktop, particularly the Dominican students studying around the world or anyone who is living out of Dominica.

How you can get a free copy of the Dominica Calendar -2008

To get a copy of the calendar, simply click on the link at the bottom of this post which will take you to the Dominica Calendar page where you can choose from the sizes and printing format available.

How you can use Dominica Calendar – 2008:

  • set up on your desktop,
  • print it in large format and hang on the wall at your work place,
  • tell you friend about calendar and send them the link to this page.

Get your Dominica Calendar 2008

Happy New Year!

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Like Our New Look? Again!

Welcome to the new Dominica Weekly dot com! I hope you like our new look, again! Once again, the new theme was re-designed by Luidmila Domennova of Veselo.info. We came across this ideal theme with all the features we look for in blog theme; so we decided to give it a try. As you can guess, we liked what we saw. So after a few minor changes in the HTML code and the CSS layout, this is what we came up with. We hope this will be the final theme change for Dominica Weekly dot com. 🙂

The new theme has been tested on the latest version of FireFox, IE7 and IE6. If you’re using any other browser, we can’t guarantee it’ll look right. Changes to the blog include a popular articles section, calendar filled with images from around Dominica (which you should sign up for even if you already have the Calendar), a new sponsors section and other stuff that I’m sure you’re discover as you explore it more.

Work In Progress

We’ve tested the theme extensively on the test server to make sure everything worked. However, there is always the possibility that something got passed us. Please check out the new home and tell me what you think. If you spot any errors, please let me know as well.

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