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Keri Pugh's Blog – November 2010 Archive (6)

Thanking My Stars

Project Supermom wants to wish all you supermoms, fans, and followers, as well as your families and loved ones, a wonderful Thanksgiving and successful shopping for Black Friday! May you find many a great bargain and enjoy the buzz of holiday shopping...but, most importantly, may you spend this week recounting all the many blessings you have and deserve in your life!

Added by Keri Pugh on November 22, 2010 at 2:43pm — No Comments

This Much is True

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Sometimes I don't want to admit it...sometimes, it just doesn't feel like it could be true...but, when I really look around me at all that I have...when I take a good look at myself and see all that I am, I can truly say the following words say it all. I truly hope they ring true for you,…

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Added by Keri Pugh on November 15, 2010 at 2:33pm — No Comments

And the List Goes On

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From what I hear from friends and readers, it's not so much that you don't want to make healthier decisions it's that you don't necessarily know how to. This fact becomes even clearer, when I listen to you order a veggie omelette that comes with extra cheese, a glass of whole milk, and…

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Added by Keri Pugh on November 8, 2010 at 12:00pm — No Comments

QuickByte Fridays--Colorado Country Christmas

Okay, I know this post won't apply to all of you, but I wanted to feature a fun way to kick-off the holiday shopping season by featuring a post from a local blogging friend, Angie at Garza Clan, for Colorado Country Christmas. What better way to get into the spirit than by hitting this massive shopping extravaganza! And, what a great trial run for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which are just around the corner. Feel left out? Search in your area for upcoming arts and crafts…

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Added by Keri Pugh on November 5, 2010 at 2:39pm — No Comments

Let the Battle Rage

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Finally! Our representatives have grown a pair and have drawn a line in the sand against the fast food industry, on our behalf. In a nearly unanimous vote by city officials, fast food operators in San Francisco can no longer give away toys in kid's meals, unless they meet certain standards...much higher than what these restaurants…

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Added by Keri Pugh on November 3, 2010 at 12:34pm — No Comments

Save Your Waistline...

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...and donate your extra Halloween candy or candy leftovers to Operation Gratitude! Local dentists will take those extra calories, er, candies off your hands for $1 per pound and will send them to troops serving overseas. For information on a participating dentists in your area, check out…

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Added by Keri Pugh on November 1, 2010 at 12:44pm — No Comments

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