New Home Necessities From A Dog’s Point of View

Our friend Lise just adopted a baby. His name is Lucas and he is a Morkie (Yorkie and Maltese mix). Yup, Lucas is a dog. Lise wanted to adopt a new baby after Missy, her 15 year old dog, crossed over Rainbow Bridge. Once you’ve loved a pet, it’s hard to imagine life without one. […]

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The End of Her Patience

When you feel as if you’re carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders, always remember that somewhere out there is a girl just like you who can only wish for a life like yours. There’s always someone with more hardships and the moment you realize that is when your while perspective on life […]

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Organization, Downsizing & Making A Difference

Learn how to organize your stuff, gain resourceful habits, and help out your community too. Reducing waste is very important and we can do this easily with just a few small lifestyle changes. Here’s some great tips to get you started: Related ProductsLoading products..

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Children’s Book Helps Overcome 1st Day School Jitters

Minimizing your child’s fears while transitioning from the home to school can have lifelong benefits. The transition from home to school can create scars that last into adulthood. The trauma created on the first day of school, first time alone without parents, 1 st day of preschool, 1st time with the sitter are all fearful […]

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Couponing Is Not For The Weak

Do you find yourself walking through the grocery store wishing things would be just a little cheaper? Or maybe you find yourself wishing you clipped that coupon you saw days ago for the item you are about to purchase now at full price. Perhaps you have clipped the coupons you are so excitedly waiting to […]

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Lazy Does Have Its Advantages

As a young boy, my father tried drilling into my brain that laziness was not acceptable in his house. If I wanted to be lazy, I had to go outside. He provided a wonderful role model for me because if my father was anything, he was not lazy. He tried to encourage me not to […]

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Getting and Staying Connected Is Powerful

Here are a few tips for getting and staying connected to enrich your body and your soul plus these can provide a tremendous surge in brain stimulation. First, nurture existing relationships as you cultivate new ones. You have to be a friend to have a friend so schedule time and energy to share with others. […]

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A Guide to Choose the Best Diaper Brands

My affair with diapers started immediately after my twins were born. A few months in, I had tried most of the brands available in the market. At first, I really did not care about the quality or capacity, I just wanted the bulk; every single day, two babies could easily consume five diapers each. For […]

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Kids and Hot Cars: A Dangerous Mixture

As we enter the hottest months of the year, we are reminded of how hot the interior of our cars can really get. We burn our hands on our steering wheels, seat belts, and seats. Imagine being trapped inside your car without the comfort and satisfaction of the blasting air condition. Unfortunately, this is case […]

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Being Healthy: Easier Said Than Done!

There are five main things you need to do to be at your best health. The first one is to Eat Right. Number two is to Exercise. Three is to get proper Rest or Sleep. Number four is to Manage Stress. Number five is that you need to get your Spine Checked. Number one is […]

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