It can't just be a "smart" watch.
Because Apple would effectively eliminate and alienate every style-and-label-conscious consumer in its target audience.Continue
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I am obsessed with fall. I like all of the seasons, to be honest. Even winter, believe it or not.
But there’s something about fall that just has my forever dying devotion. Between the weather, the clothes, the coffee drinks….it’s pretty much perfect.
I remember back in the “back to school” days. And it was so exciting to have new clothes to wear for the start of school. Except it was always still too hot to wear any of my new wardrobe items on the first few days.
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This is going to be a short post since my babies are currently sick with the hands, feet, and mouth disease! Yikes!
Working out with sick kids is so tough! I had to stop for the last 2 weeks so that I could give my kids all of my attention. My son was in a small accident involving a water can during play time, and needed stitches. Then they all came down with a throat infection which turned into hands, mouth, and feet disease. No sleep. Hardly eating. Crying all the time.
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Ahhh...Oyster Fest 2014.
Lobster rolls, crab cakes, clams, oysters, beer and...bling?
Something I've always loved about the festivals in Jersey is that they celebrate small business owners. We always find interesting products in our travels and if they are any bit girly, Lulu is at the table, front and center, ready…Continue
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When I first lived alone, I was mildly afraid of the dark. I would hate investigating weird noises by myself and refused to leave the perceived safety of my bed in the middle of the night.
As a mom, I am afraid of the dark for a completely different reason: I am pretty sure I am going to step on a…
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I know that organization is a very important key to success. So I decided to create a Free blog planner for all my bloggy friends out there. I hope that you all like it and share it with all of your bloggy friends too!
I hope you all enjoy it! Leave me a comment and let me know what you…Continue
So today was the first big hump that we had to get over in this pregnancy: the viability scan.
I’ve basically spent the last 24 hours on pins and needles. I mean, this was all leading up to whether or not there was actually a baby in the womb and whether or not that baby had a heartbeat. Trust me. I’ve basically read up on anything and everything that could possibly go wrong in a pregnancy. I can’t seem to stop myself.
As today went on, I felt myself counting down the hours.…Continue
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Psoriasis is a memoir-type book that every arthritis sufferer should read and purchase so that they could refer to it over and over again. It is well-written, engaging, and brutally honest. It is certainly a book…Continue
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Erin is the founder of Hope Mommies, an organization that helps women find hope after miscarriage, stillbirth and early infant loss. I became forever connected to them when I got aHope Box – donated by an anonymous mama – while in the hospital. During some of our darkest days, this organization gave me hope. They’re a great resource for this community – you can find their contact information at the bottom of…Continue
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Even when times are horrible, it is good to give HIM thanks.
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A native of Honeoye, New York, Andrew Cratsley lives in North Carolina. Keepers of Runes and the Tower of Shadows is his debut novel. Cratsley is a lifelong fan of fantasy books, films, and RPG-style gaming. A champion of literacy issues and proud supporter of the World Literacy Foundation, Cratsley will donate a portion of the proceeds from Keepers of Runes and the Tower…Continue
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For most parents, money becomes a crucial factor specially when the children are also concerned. Parenting is a field which is not only related to only limited factors but it also includes the value of money which a parent can teach their children as teacher. Making your children read books is the best way to begin teaching from home. There are times when we need to teach our…Continue
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In about an hour from now, I will be in the car. I'll have dropped my little guy off at school for the day, gotten back into my car, and will be sitting in traffic.
And it will be absolutely silent in my car. It will be wonderful.…
Welcome to Part 2 of my Traveling Working Mom series! This week I have my second overnight trip away from Teagan. This trip will be a little longer and kicks off four consecutive weeks of work travel. Yikes!
To say I'm anxious is an understatement. As I mentioned in my last post I absolutely love my job, so when I'm gone for work I'm easily distracted, but Teagan is always in the back of my mind and the guilt of leaving my husband to be a single dad is ever…
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So…I’m really annoying myself with head games today. I was doing a great job of staying busy – between deep cleaning my house and stuff we had planned, I feel like we’ve been on the go and distracted – in a good way – from my appointment tomorrow.
But ohmigosh. This afternoon I am freaking out.
Tomorrow we have our first ultrasound. The viability ultrasound. Those two words can strike terror into the heart of anyone who’s lost a baby before. It’s like all of your hopes…Continue
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