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Education Roundup: Jan. 9

4. Save some money. Pay yourself first and put it away.

5. Never fill out your recipient’s email address on your email until you’re ready to send.

6. Make your bed. Nah, just make sure to wash those sheets once in a while. That’s much more important.

7. The simple rule of “the more you. . .” It’s all about good habits.

8. Mindfulness. This is pretty much the key to everything. Be mindful of your decisions and actions.

9. Love your siblings. Even when you don’t always like them.

10. Know that your parents love you with their entire hearts and souls.

Cool new building: Sonoma Academy’s new Guild & Commons building recently won a California ZNE School Leadership Award. ZNE awards honor innovation and leadership in driving a new zero net energy standard for school environments. “Designed to help students be critical thinkers and practical doers, the Guild & Commons building is a story of the region’s architecture, landscape, people, sustainability, and everyday life,” said the judging team of industry representatives. Read more at tinyurl.com/yaqe2mhc

Profile ideas: Did your adult child grow up in Sonoma Valley? Are they finding success in an interesting and rewarding career or academic pursuit? We would love to hear more. Email us at the address below.

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