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Holiday Gifts that Keep on Giving

Charitable Creations Jewelry has everything you're looking for. From personalized hand stamped jewelry to one of kind designs, you're sure to find (or create) the perfect gift for everyone on your list. At Charitable Creations we keep our prices affordable so everyone can enjoy high quality sterling silver jewelry that shows off their personality and beauty.

Most importantly, when you shop with… Continue

Added by Shelly Medeiros on November 9, 2009 at 7:10pm — No Comments

nightmare: being pregnant

The following post was posted on my blog http://melner.blogspot.com. I thought I would share it here:



I had a “nightmare” the other night that I was pregnant (more precisely, in the dream I was told by a nurse that I was pregnant). Now, I use the term ‘nightmare’ loosely, as pregnancy is a wonderful, miraculous thing… and if you want to be pregnant, the news that you are “with child” is met with with joy, happiness, and… Continue

Added by Melissa Werner on November 9, 2009 at 6:01pm — No Comments

Yoga for Moms

Waking up for night time feedings, potty training, packing lunches, driving the carpool, checking homework, and getting the kids to soccer on time, along with laundry, cleaning, and cooking is only small portion of any busy Moms day. Whatever stage of parenting you are in from newborn, to teen to Grandma the demands of balancing it all can be overwhelming. Yoga can help calm the body, mind and spirit and allow women to embrace the joys of parenting with an open heart.



My yoga… Continue

Added by Barbara Kosciewicz on November 9, 2009 at 4:28pm — No Comments

Spreading the Love

We can all give in little ways that make a huge difference. I don’t know anyone who doesn’t want their children to be kind and generous people who grow up with a desire to make contributions. There is no question that the best way to teach kids is through role modeling. At Mabel’s Labels we wanted our work lives to reflect that value, so over a year ago we started a Community Relations Committee. We recently had a look at what we have accomplished and it left us with a decent case of the warm… Continue

Added by Julie Cole on November 9, 2009 at 3:11pm — No Comments

Could you save Emily's life?

At a popular Australian pool last week, Matthew Kennedy, an 8-year old boy with autism, a severe speech impediment and learning difficulties, recognized that Emily, a 3-year old girl, was in distress. He jumped in, grabbed her arms, lifted her head above the water and pulled her out of the pool. Emily was unconscious and foaming at the mouth. Matthew’s father and the lifeguard began CPR, Emily began to breathe again and she was taken to the emergency room, still alive.



There are two… Continue

Added by Rebecca Wear Robinson on November 9, 2009 at 10:53am — 1 Comment

Club Pack Savings

I must admit , that although I save money with buying alot of my food items on clearance, I have only recently started paying more attention to club pack and warehouse items. I certainly can see where the money saved will add up, by buying this way.It will also save on more frequent trips to the grocery store.







Today I bought a case of soup for example that would have normally costed me $1.07 a can, but by buying the case, I only paid $5.99 for the case. Saving me $6.85 on… Continue

Added by Monique Rowe on November 9, 2009 at 9:38am — No Comments

Natural Treasures For Natural Healing

There are many ways to have a more healthy lifestyle. It isn't just about consuming fruits and vegetables and keeping fit. Other ways to live more healthy is by consuming herbs and spices that have been know for their healing powers for decades, as well has by using natural remedies of these same healers for first aid and beauty aids. Some of these holistic healers can be found right in your kitchen and don't require any extra effort of searching high and low to find… Continue

Added by Michel Jayne Bigardi on November 9, 2009 at 4:20am — No Comments

Whole Wheat Chocolate Zucchini Bread



This recipe also fits for the holiday - squash for autumn, zucchini is one of them. I also use this recipe to trick my toddler to eat vegetable. I fed her all kinds of fruits and vegetables since she was 5 months, and I feel a little bit upset when she changed her palate when she turned 2 years old.



This recipe is not too sweet, it tastes good, and it is way healthier. This recipe has all the fiber goodness of whole wheat, nutrients… Continue

Added by BLR Graham on November 9, 2009 at 1:40am — No Comments

List your Holiday giveaways & gift guides @ Cinnamon Hollow WAHM Reviews!!!

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We're not offering a gift guide this year so we thought it would be nice to give a little linky love to all our mommy blogging friends! Stop on by Cinnamon Hollow WAHM Reviews and list your giveaways and links to your gift… Continue

Added by Crystal Martin on November 8, 2009 at 9:11pm — No Comments

The Little Things

Each night I begin my children's goodnight routine by asking "What are you thankful for?"



They always come up with an answer, and the simplicity of those answers reminds me how much it really is the little things that matter most.



Luke usually has the same answer: "Popcorn." This isn't a totally random response -- Luke loves popcorn.



Ashley is more thoughtful -- or at least more diverse -- in her replies.



Sometimes it's the type of things you'd… Continue

Added by Tonya McMurray on November 8, 2009 at 8:47pm — No Comments

A Mystery Shopping Trip

If you want to make a little bit of extra money on the side, as well as get some freebies at the same time, you may wish to try mystery/secret shopping.As well as shops I do in town, we ventured out for a few jobs I had in another town- an hour away. It was worth the drive. For one job,( and I can't mention which places I visited), I was given a 10 piece chicken supper with the works plus paid $10. For another job we visited a grocery store-I got to evaluate a few departments, shop for $15… Continue

Added by Monique Rowe on November 8, 2009 at 4:51pm — No Comments

Communicating With Your Children is Key

Communicating is an art. It is a learned skill. There are many ways to communicate, however for the purpose of this discussion we are going to focus on the verbal form of communicating.



Verbal communication is generally defined as the sharing of ideas, thoughts, and opinions through the process of speaking and listening. Communication is the glue that “connects” two people.



The art of communicating takes place when a thought, idea, or opinion is put forth toward another… Continue

Added by denny hagel on November 8, 2009 at 1:54pm — No Comments

Enter random drawing for floral print & see online studio tour #12

Hi there. Last week artist Julie Brown of Wabi Brook Studio stopped by my blog for a 2 part feature.



She also donated the print Yellow Coneflowers for the random drawing on 11/12. You can see the print at either link. Just leave a comment on my blog to enter contest.



Thursday Q&A & Artist Feature:…

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Added by Stacey Merrill (ArtSnark) on November 8, 2009 at 10:11am — No Comments

Your "One Income Stories" Wanted-$$$

Stretching the One Income Dollar is looking for your stories of living on one income- your tips, your life as a one income household and your challenges and triumphs.





We will be choosing one story on Saturday of each week and are paying $5 for the story of the week,( pay pal).Stories should be at least 150 words and all stories become the property of Stretching the One Income Dollar.

The chosen story for the week will appear in a Sunday post. Winner's first name and… Continue

Added by Monique Rowe on November 8, 2009 at 9:17am — No Comments

Meta Tags for Blogspot users

This blog post is my further attempt to demystify Meta Tags.I could call it ‘Meta Tags for everyone’ too!

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Added by Shraddha on November 8, 2009 at 1:30am — 1 Comment

Skippng The Fast Forward Button

"Can you get rid of the commercials?" Ashley asks the second a commercial interupts Scooby Doo.



Because Ashley is often watching a cartoon that has been recorded on the DVR, it is usually possible to get rid of the commercials. But I have to admit I often have mixed feelings when she makes this request.



On the one hand, I'm not eager for her to be exposed to rampant commercialism. And I've seen far too often how a commercial can instantly create a desire for some toy that… Continue

Added by Tonya McMurray on November 7, 2009 at 11:51pm — No Comments

“Be The Media” And Make a Living Doing What You Love!

Are you an entrepreneur, artist, blogger, musician, or writer who wants to make a decent living? You can! I already blogged about how I heard David Mathison speak about using social media to market what you are passionate about and to use social media to your advantage. His book, Be The Media, goes into much detail about how you only need 1000 true fans to make a decent living. That seems entirely doable!



Be The Media is one of those book you want all of your family and… Continue

Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on November 7, 2009 at 9:03pm — No Comments

Unemployed and Selling a Book

Well, it's official.....the little bit of unemployment insurance I was bringing in, is now done.

I will still have some mystery/secret shop money coming in.

I enjoy being home though.If something comes along that makes me happy, fine,and if not, fine.We manage.

The book is what I am working on promoting right now.

I had a bigger book store turn it down though since the name wasn't on the spine of the book.As well, they said because we showed photos of older bills, people may… Continue

Added by Monique Rowe on November 7, 2009 at 8:31pm — 2 Comments

Free Soap

come and buy in my shops and get a free bar of soap with a $15.00 purchase minimum This special is only for this weekend starting now till Sunday midnight. Thanks see ya...
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Added by Recupefashion on November 7, 2009 at 2:27pm — No Comments

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