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    You've Been Served

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    Sure, the holidays are hectic, and relationship issues can come into sharper focus when stressed-out couples spend more time together, but is January's reputation for being the month of divorces really deserved?

    For better or worse, the numbers say yes, according to statistics published by eDivorcePapers.com. Divorce professionals confirm that the phenomenon is well known in their circles. "January consistently sees the most divorce filings," says certified divorce consultant Cathy Meyer. "It really amazes me, though it probably shouldn't. My own husband left in January."  ON YOURTANGO: Will Your Second Marriage Be Better?

    Meyer says that while filings are most popular in January, disenchanted husbands and wives begin searching for information on divorce immediately after the holidays, "but they can't do much until the attorneys are back in the office," she says. "Jan. 12–16 seems to be the magic week for filings."
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    Trend alert! Barn doors are the latest craze among interior designers looking to add a rustic touch to any home. Whether worn or lacquered, solitary or used as a pair, sliding barn doors can be an unexpectedly warm addition to your living room. 
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    Tidy Desk, Tidy Mind

    Celebrate National Clean Up Your Desk Day today and reap the professional—and even emotional—benefits of de-cluttering your work space. The average person uses only 20 percent of what's on their desk to accomplish 80 percent of their work, reports the Census Bureau. Plus, mess equals a whole lotta stress, making your already hectic 9-to-5 schedule even more anxiety-inducing. So set aside just 20 minutes to sort, consolidate and trash. You'll be more productive, more relaxed, and the envy of your officemates. 
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