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Shop, Learn, and Earn - with the Direct Sales Directory!

Shop, Learn, and Earn - with the Direct Sales Directory!

The Directory is starting small - Not just anyone can join, as I want to ensure that everyone on the Directory will provide you all with the very best service. Whether you want…

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Added by Meagan Paullin on November 13, 2011 at 12:27pm — No Comments

Win an iReach web press release from PR Newswire during Blog Bash 2011

Win an iReach web press release from PR Newswire during Blog Bash 2011


Ever feel like your message, your blog,…
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Added by Mary Johnson on June 22, 2011 at 10:52am — No Comments

July Updates

It has been a rather roller coaster month for me.

My younger boy has just started playgroup classes and is adapting fine to the changes. I'm very proud of him. After two weeks in school he doesn't cry now when we drop him of and pick him up. He is also socialising well with the teachers and fellow classmates.

The best thing is that he is eating much more and less fussy about what we feed him :) It is great as it has been a real torture each mealtime to get him to finish his… Continue

Added by Dominique Goh on July 12, 2008 at 12:18am — No Comments

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