I am not a doctor or a scientist. So, please understand that this post was created based on my own personal experiences, investigations, (as they pertain to ME!) and of course my opinion (..because a Scorpio always have one!) With that being said, here we go!
There are all kinds of…Continue
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Being a woman is no joke. Add a newborn to the mix, and you've got sleep deprivation, feeding obstacles and overwhelmingly emotional hormonal roller coasters. The best advice I received as a new mom was to find support, whether online, family, friends. Mine came in the form of the…Continue
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You're absolutely elated - it's the baby honeymoon period and cloud nine feels pretty incredible. The next few days are all about falling in love all over again; fluttering butterflies take off in your stomach with no way out, you're intoxicated…Continue
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I must admit, if you would have asked me my thoughts on ageing 10 years ago my reply would have been a negative one. And why not!?! Everything I had seen on television, in magazines, conversations with friends, etc. told me that once you get grays & wrinkles your life was pretty much over; you mine as well curl up into a ball and wait to die. Nothing about getting old seemed glamorous. Old people always complain about this breaking, that not working like it used to, etc. Ugh! Who…Continue
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A graduate of the University of Missouri—Columbia, John Herrick explores themes of spiritual journey and the human heart in his works. Herrick’s debut novel, From the Dead,which was hailed as “a solid debut novel” by the Akron Beacon Journal, achieved Amazon best-seller status. Herrick’s second novel, The Landing, was named a semifinalist in the…Continue
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Genre: Christian/New Adult
Author: John Herrick
Publisher: Segue Blue
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Before you emote the usual “aaaaaaawwwwwh”, let me confess: I’m referring to my blog “baby”.
“Baby” seems to be the most precise word to describe how I feel…Continue
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** It's hard to play Dr. Kevorkian, even to a Beta fish who's dying a very slow death.
** Helping with Spanish homework when you don't speak a lick of Spanish is like trying to cook a gourmet meal when you can't even boil…Continue
Added by Jennifer Marshall on January 16, 2015 at 12:04pm — No Comments
(I always wondered what the cut off is to say that. Hope I am not too late)
Mommy Masters has provided you and your growing families with tons of parenting tips, tricks and tools over the years and this year, we want to hear from you!
With every stage of your child’s life, comes a new…
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The nights have slowly been getting longer (Thank God) and this nutty year is coming to an end. Now that you are starting to get the hang of things as a BrandNewMom, why not set some personal goals for 2015?
Well, there are only a handful of hours left…Continue
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When I was a teenager and living with my Mom, I felt very responsible. She worked long hours and I was frequently home alone. I cooked, cleaned, was a good student and never gave her much reason to worry about me.
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