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Read more to get the recipe for one of our traditional family favourites! Sure to delight the senses... my cabbage roll recipe is the amalgamation of all my favourite elements that make up a delicious cabbage roll.
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Thanks for all your suggestions to my previous post, Help Me Make It Through The Night... hahaha..... I will follow your tips and information on where to stay...
Talking about trips, I stumbled upon a CD and upon opening, there are all memorable pictures of Reanaclaire and Kids! Have a look...…
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A friend of mine whom I've got to know since starting this blog, has recently been at the receiving end of unwelcome comments. Of course, on our blogs we have the option to refuse to publish anonymous comments and some blogs have a word verification.
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Follow my blog "Rub Some Dirt On It" at http://vermontwhitneys.blogspot.com and get some more recommendations for your kids' libraries!
Sandbox Book Club Recommendation #4
The Gossie and Friends series by Olivier Dunrea…
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I went to visit the College of Charleston last weekend with my daughter and met a nice kid who recently moved to the area from the Northeast. A job opportunity brought him there which led us to a conversation on colleges. He's a recent graduate from James Madison University and is $50,000 in debt. His story is like a lot of kids' and they are questioning whether going to college is really worth it? According to the Project on Student Debt, the average debt carried by college grads…Continue
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I love my readers, I love ALL of my readers. I have to admit though, my Facebook readers aresuper devoted. Facebook wins the social media contest on my blog hands down. They visit my blog more often, stay longer and comment a whole bunch! So in honor of my Facebook fans…I want to do something special.
It is a 48 hour FLASH giveaway!
I am giving away…Continue
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Growing up, money was kind of a taboo topic in my household. We didn’t really talk about money at all to be honest. I have a vague recollection of an allowance, but I’m not sure if it was just given to me to spend or if I was encouraged to save? Either way, my husband and I have known from pretty early on that we wanted to be really open with our kids about money. You might recall a few months…Continue
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I took my three youngest kids for lunch at the food court in the local mall the other day. My toddler had a meltdown and was doing the high-pitched…Continue
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I love stumbling across online articles that give me the inside scoop when it comes to the best deals in travel, or really, anything with the word “secret” in it! I feel like I am in on the inside scoop, regardless of whether this story of tips and secrets was just blasted all over the internet!
Enter the article “Nine Best Secret Hotels in the World” by Budget Travel. What makes these hotels the best? Low on price and high on charm, in some of the most loved travel locations…Continue
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