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Marketing to Women in Social Media - What Do Women Want?

Marketing to women in social media has got to be one of the biggest

buzzwords in marketing right now. It's understandable, women are a

powerful group. There is a long line of people who claim to know how to

market to women. But few are doing it right. One thing I can't stand is

when advertisers put women in the cookie cutter "pink" section of

marketing. You know what I mean? We are not just a soft version of a

man. You can't just repackage mens-marketing ideas by… Continue

Added by Kari Day on May 11, 2010 at 12:47pm — No Comments

Marketing to Women in Social Media - What Do Women Want?

Marketing to women in social media has got to be one of the biggest

buzzwords in marketing right now. It's understandable, women are a

powerful group. There is a long line of people who claim to know how to

market to women. But few are doing it right. One thing I can't stand is

when advertisers put women in the cookie cutter "pink" section of

marketing. You know what I mean? We are not just a soft version of a

man. You can't just repackage mens-marketing ideas by… Continue

Added by Kari Day on May 11, 2010 at 12:47pm — No Comments

It's My Birthday and I'll Blog If I Want To!

I am home when I should be at work. My son is sick and he should be at school. This isn't the birthday of my youth (good weather, parties to attend, new clothes to wear...) more like what a birthday is for mothers!



I'm taking it in stride though, vacuuming, reading Facebook and blogging! Enjoying this impromptu day, hoping for a quick recovery!



Read my blog for more details and leave me a comment about how you've been celebrating your birthdays as a…
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Added by Suzanne on May 11, 2010 at 11:37am — 2 Comments

Show & Tell: This Won't Hurt a Bit

This week I’m faced with two parenting dilemmas that I simply don’t have answers for. So I’m turning to you all, my parenting experts, for advice:

First of all, my 4-year-old daughter’s ballet recital is less than two weeks…

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Added by Shana Cooper on May 11, 2010 at 10:35am — No Comments

Here's How You Can Review The Seasons With Your Child: A Printable Word Scramble Game





With summer fast upon us and the school year almost over, I thought it would be a…
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Added by Wendy Wiseman on May 11, 2010 at 9:10am — No Comments

Here's A Great Way To Introduce Your Child To Shapes In French: Free Bilingual Song, Song Lyrics And Printable Worksheets



This summer is going to be great!





We are going to learn so much together!





Are you ready to continue with our French lessons?…

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Added by Wendy Wiseman on May 11, 2010 at 9:08am — No Comments

How to Plan an Environmentally-Friendly, Green Homebirth

When I had my first homebirth, I lucked out. I found a midwife who quickly became my dream-come-true. (In case you’re planning a homebirth in California’s Bay Area, Judy Luce rocks!) At the time, she’d been a midwife for 30 years, knowledgeable, experienced, and holding high ethics. And she really helped transform my pregnancy into a time of self-awareness, and my birth into an empowering experience.



As we arrived…

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Added by Jeanine Ertl on May 11, 2010 at 5:30am — No Comments

Blonde, bad, & beatiful

Ok, so I probably had one of the biggest “SPEED CHALLENGES” in my Makeup career! Production gave me the task of having 27 Blonde Principle models PLUS 5 Band Members, makeup-ready to shoot in less than 2 hours. I want to say “Thanks” to my lovely Assistants for all of their hard work. Talk about pressure!!! Working with only a team of 2 Assistants and myself. We had about 16… Continue

Added by Samelia's World! on May 11, 2010 at 2:41am — No Comments

My Gentle Birthing is being featured on Mamapedia

I am thrilled announce that a blog entry that I submitted to Mamapedia has been chosen and will be featured on May 12 (Wednesday). Please check out my blog in advance: http://mygentlebirthing.wordpress.com

Log on to Mamapedia on May 12 to see read what is written and comment. Comments are always welcome.

-Teva Dellabalma, HBCE

Added by Teva Dellabalma on May 11, 2010 at 12:09am — No Comments

Soy Braised Chicken

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Added by Johanna M. Cook on May 10, 2010 at 11:52pm — No Comments

An Only raises Brothers

Any knowledge I have about siblings and sibling dynamics are purely academic and/or observational in nature. Certainly many of my friends have siblings. Many of my friends are also onlies. There are

wide variations in their relationships among them all.



I also did not have the benefit of being surrounded by any extended family thanks to the US Army. Geographical differences, us in North Carolina (mostly) and them in Louisiana and Illinois, made…

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Added by Stephanie Lormand on May 10, 2010 at 10:10pm — No Comments

The Path of Least Resistance

When I first became a parent, I remember very clearly my mother advising me to "choose my battles carefully". It was her belief, and soon became mine, that when raising children, you must not put yourself in a position of "dictator". "Growing up shouldn't be a battlefield" my mother would say.



Her words were always in the back of my mind as I was raising my daughter (now 32) and are still a very large part of my parenting philosophy as I now raise my grandchildren.



The… Continue

Added by denny hagel on May 10, 2010 at 5:10pm — No Comments

WIN tickets to STOMP in NY!

RussianParent.con brings you another great giveaway! Win tickets to the

sensational STOMP in New York with RussianParent.com!



A mix of music, percussion and physical theater, suitable for all ages.

To enter, simply make sure you are a fan of our facebook page and sign

up to our mailing list at www.russianparent.com with the newsletter sign

up button on the right-hand side.…



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Added by Russian Parent on May 10, 2010 at 4:38pm — No Comments

Must-Have Summer Totes

Everyone needs a great tote. For the grocery store, the beach, the farmer's market, and the mall! We all have so much to carry for us and our little ones, so hop over and take a peek at some of my favorites!


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Added by Emily Roach on May 10, 2010 at 4:00pm — No Comments

How to Make an Indoor Playground

When the weather makes you want to stay indoors…

When your under-the-weather and your children are thriving and bouncing off the walls…

When your pregnant belly slows you down and you have no interest in getting out and about…



It’s Indoor Playground Time!…



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Added by Jeanine Ertl on May 10, 2010 at 2:05pm — No Comments

What to do about the Tylenol Recall



On April 30th (2010) McNeil Consumer Healthcare announced a voluntary recall on certain OTC (over the counter) infants’ and children’s products. Products include Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec and Benadryl. This recall was not mandated by the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) and no adverse medical events have been reported. The voluntary recall was initiated due to quality concerns. MeNeil reports in their press release that some products “may contain a higher concentration of active… Continue

Added by Kasia Labocki on May 10, 2010 at 1:47pm — No Comments

Catching up ....

So it’s been awhile since I have updated here. This was somewhat intentional as too many things were hanging in the air and I decided to step back and wait before putting it all out there. I know … so unlike me. Anyway, all is well and we have made it through yet another stressful time as a family.…

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Added by Kathy on May 10, 2010 at 1:22pm — No Comments

Painless Shots for Kids

This is one of the neatest things I've ever seen. It's a cute little bumblebee that relieves needle pain when your child gets a shot. Simply press it against the skin above the injection site and it interferes with pain signals to relieve injection pain. Since there are few things I dread more than taking my child to get a shot, I am very interested in seeing how well this thing works. I would imagine that the sight of the needle alone is frightening enough for a child to go nuts, but maybe the… Continue

Added by Lisa Benton on May 10, 2010 at 1:09pm — No Comments

Addiction Recovery With Exercise

Whether you are addicted to alcohol, street drugs, prescription drugs, gambling, food, or nicotine, the neurological pattern that develops is the same. The reward center in your brain is underactive, and it takes more in life to tell that part of your brain that you're having a good time. Nothing but the addiction seems to satisfy that reward center, and the brain is tricked into thinking that the addiction is necessary for survival.



Quick bursts of exercise at 70-80% of one's… Continue

Added by Lisa Benton on May 10, 2010 at 1:03pm — No Comments

The Two Best IQ Boosters for Kids

New research is showing us fascinating information about the brain. We are now learning that we can form new brain cells at nearly any age with physical exercise, and that exercising before class can significantly boost learning capacity by spawning new brain cells. Learning new information immediately following aerobic exercise fills the new cells with information.



The new neural pathways formed during exercise are like new railroad tracks in our brains. If we don't use them, we… Continue

Added by Lisa Benton on May 10, 2010 at 1:01pm — No Comments

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