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The Emotional Moment That Brought This Bride (And Everyone Else) To Tears

Edita Kaye’s BlogBy Kelsey Borresen After Todd and Tamara Rakow finished reciting their vows at their Petaluma, Calif. wedding on Saturday, there was nary a dry eye in the crowd. 35 more words

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The Emotional Moment That Brought This Bride (And Everyone Else) To Tears

Edita Kaye’s BlogBy Kelsey Borresen After Todd and Tamara Rakow finished reciting their vows at their Petaluma, Calif. wedding on Saturday, there was nary a dry eye in the crowd. 34 more words

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Credit Check: What’s Your Credit Score?

Edita Kaye’s BlogBy WiserAdvisor.com By Paula Pant, WiserAdvisor contributor Your credit score impacts a lot in your life, from buying a car to buying a house and even, sometimes, to getting a job. 32 more words

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Erin Andrews’ Biggest Regret From That Infamous Richard Sherman Interview

Edita Kaye’s BlogBy Ryan Buxton Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman made waves earlier this year when he responded to a post-game interview question from Erin Andrews by shouting that he is “the best corner in the game,” prompting a vociferous response from analysts who called his rant “shameful.” Andrews tweeted that his “candid response” left her looking […] 8 more words

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This Facebook Rejection Is So Harsh, Taylor Swift Could Write A Song About It

Edita Kaye’s BlogBy Taryn Hillin Turns out, timing isn’t everything when it comes to relationships. For example, Justin said he wanted a girlfriend, but a few minutes later this happened: This cold-as-ice rejection recently blew up on Instagram, racking up over 30,000 likes. 24 more words

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Freeing the Being

Edita Kaye’s BlogBy Zach Puchtel What does it mean to be free? Does having the right to free speech or the ability to start a business mean we’re free? 38 more words

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I Pulled Away From My Tribes (And Why You May Want To)

Edita Kaye’s BlogBy Stephenie Zamora At the end of last year I made the conscious decision to pull away from my communities. My mastermind tribe, entrepreneurial groups I was in, mentors, and even some of my fellow business building friends. 25 more words

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