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5 top tips for boosting your income

If you are looking for extra ways of making money, then the good news is there are some things you can do. There’s no sure-fire way to get rich quick, but there are ways that you could earn a little bit more cash.

Here are 5 top…

Different Styles And Types Of Furniture To Try For Your Home

Everybody has a dream to buy a house for their own and design it as per their choice which pleases them as well their loved ones. Whether it is an apartment, two storeyed villa or tenement people always are keen to design it and make it more attractive and…

Fun Repurposing Projects for Those Old Blinds

No room is complete without the right blinds! But, that doesn’t mean the same set of blinds will look right at home in your living room until the end…

All Blog Posts Tagged 'identity' (16)

Privacy and Identity: Theft in the 21st Century

Privacy and Identity: Theft in the 21st Century

In the digital age, the privacy and identity of you and your family are always in danger even though a wide range of technological advances can make you safer than ever before. Thieves strike at any moment offline and online using a variety of tactics to steal your personal information. Especially at risk are aging, technology-illiterate parents and your innocent, not-yet-jaded-but-knows-how-to-use-your-phone-better-than-you…


Added by Rachael Murphey on December 28, 2016 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Being more than Mrs. Mommy

I have two t-shirts that I thought I had specially made just for fun. The first one was shortly before my wedding. I had it made to say "Mrs. XXXXX" (but instead of the Xs, it was my husband's name). The second was right after my son was born and it says XXXXXX's Mom (but instead of the Xs, it has my son's name).…


Added by Lauren Markman on June 15, 2016 at 6:41am — No Comments

The Truth About...Identity and Motherhood

I'm sure by now you've all heard about the #SoGladTheyToldMe movement that's been going on in the blogging world. Stephanie Sprenger wrote this amazing piece in response to an article by another blogger who was gushing about how beautiful her transition into…


Added by Brandyn Blaze on March 1, 2015 at 5:56pm — No Comments


In my 20 months of being a mum, I have been found frequently banging my head against a wall asking – how can all us smart, savvy individuals be found stumbling into this state of motherhood as if someone got a stick and poked us in both eyes with it, and as if it hadn’t been…


Added by Talya Stone on February 11, 2015 at 7:30am — 1 Comment


Everyone tells you your life will change once you have children. That’s probably the greatest understatement of a lifetime.

Having children, while hugely rewarding, is probably one of the biggest shocks you can encounter out there, as us largely selfish creatures have to shelve…


Added by Talya Stone on February 3, 2015 at 4:39am — No Comments

From social queen to milk queen: The identity crisis that is motherhood

If you were one of those people who needed to “get it all out of my system first” before embarking on motherhood, much like myself, then…


Added by Talya Stone on January 27, 2015 at 8:59am — No Comments

Losing or Gaining Your Identity?

When we are little girls, some of us dream of becoming moms, holding and loving our baby dolls while practicing to care for the real thing one day.  Others sit in front of the mirror holding the hairbrush microphone, imagining themselves as pop stars, while there are those that sit for hours and draw up beautiful sketches of clothing hoping to one day become a designer.

Whatever the dream, from the time we have pigtails and bows in our hair, we are attracted to certain careers.  I…


Added by Ellie Hirsch on July 24, 2014 at 11:36am — No Comments

Filemate Identity Tablet

In case you have not seen he all new Identity Andriod Tablet by Tomorrow Connected, it is awesome. In my opinion, it is the biggest bang for your bucks in the andriod market. It is fast, clean, and smooth running. In my quest to find the best andriod, this ended up with my vote. I ordered my from Walmart's web site, and came free shipped in les than five days. Can't beat that!

I am going to encourage my hubby to use for his pest control business,… Continue

Added by Maria DiBattista on November 27, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Who Am I?

Sometimes I’ve found myself wondering, who am I exactly?  What is it that makes me, me?  In my younger days, I thought that I knew exactly what I was all about, but youth sometimes plays tricks on you and makes you think that the world is a much smaller place than it actually is.  As my world grew, so many things began to change and I began to see things through different eyes.  Our race, gender, education level, social class and so many other elements make us who…


Added by Chantilly Patiño on August 21, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments

Mixed Messages: When ‘White’ Doesn’t Quite Fit

Can white people call themselves ‘mixed’?  Can they see themselves as something other than white, if they appear visually white?  Sometimes, I don’t know.  All my childhood, I struggled with that label…the label of being white, but not feeling white, and not being accepted by “whites”.  To me, if feels uncomfortable to identify as white, even though I know that people see me as white, that society treats me as white.  My childhood is a confusing one and it seems a bit risky…


Added by Chantilly Patiño on August 21, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments

Parents Protect Your Children Identities

You may hear this over and over again, but continue to ignore the simple task. Parents, protect your children. Children identities are being stolen all over the United States and parents are simply not doing anything at all. You can help catch these criminals by protecting your children with for $38.95 a Year Special Price. 


Parents blog information all over the world, but refused to digest the information for their benefits. People use your children…


Added by Lisa Farr on March 5, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Motherhood and Identity

Over the past week I've been mulling over my state of affairs. No writing. Thinking. Reflecting. Considering.
I've been thinking about my day-to-day activities and long-term plans. As a stay-at-home mom, I've got a pretty good gig. I can't get fired, I don't get performance reviews (most of the time), and I get to spend time with my kids, volunteer at school and care for my…

Added by Lisa LaFond on January 23, 2011 at 12:28pm — No Comments

Padded Bras and Breast Obsession

Do you hate it when men look at your breasts when they first meet you, rather than your eyes or your smile? My newest blog post is just about that -- how female breasts went from being revered maternal objects of survival to sexualized and caricatured versions of femininity.

Check it out...leave your mark, and I will follow you right back on twitter, on FB, on blogs! MomBlogger's Honor!

Padded Bras and Breast Obsession @…

Added by Marina DelVecchio on September 22, 2010 at 6:30am — No Comments

Motherhood and the Little Hotties

While I’m on the beach topic…I couldn’t help myself.

What in the world is that title about? Hotties?!

No, not a mid-life crisis. Just a thought or more as motherhood and age settle in on this thirty-something-mom of three kids.

A few weeks ago I had a lovely best-friends-date. Yes, two moms, happily strapped with one baby each (all older children left at home.) Lots of…


Added by Jeanine Ertl on July 27, 2010 at 2:42pm — No Comments

Your Child is Gold Mine (or so said the thief)

My blogging partner, Yin Mama, has some valid concerns about social security numbers and our little ones. Here's a brief snippet from our latest blog. For more on her situation,or to add your own thoughts, visit us at

Every year as a habit, sometime between January and March, I get my free yearly credit report. Everyone gets one free credit report a year and if you’re really lucky you live in… Continue

Added by Yang Mommy on February 4, 2010 at 10:25am — No Comments

If I Could Do it All Over Again

Even though it’s a rainy day, I want to take a drive out to Ohio farm country, specifically to drive by our old house. I expect it to look the same — a little, two-bedroom farmhouse surrounded by mature trees. I had to have that house when I saw the 200-year old shagbark hickories and enormous oaks, the woods, the barn, the long cement driveway lined with peony bushes, the bird houses atop posts planted along the creek that divided our property from a soy field, farmed by a man who goes by the… Continue

Added by Amy Musing on October 26, 2009 at 1:35pm — No Comments

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