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For The Love of The Game

For the love of the game

For some reason you continue to show up
Even though you know they will beat you down until you throw up… 156 more words

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Adding Everyday Romance to a Tasteful Home Décor

Who doesn’t love refined seasonal decorating and scattered rose petals? But such gestures are so pleasant because they’re temporary and novel. These suggestions help create a more indulgent, romantic mood on a permanent basis – something you can reinforce, rather than reinvent, when you have a craving to add something new. 247 more words

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Modern British Flat

A posh yet comfortable feel embodies this modern British flat style. Neutral colored furniture dazzle while the pop of blue found in the vases and the linens, lend a serene mood to the room that is casual but elegant. 74 more words

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Why Run? Part two

Because it’s so freaking good for you! Physically, mentally, and emotionally it is good for you. Weight bearing exercise is fantastic for bone strength as bone responds to load by increasing in density, and strong bones are vital as we get older. 326 more words

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Staircase Makeover: One Step Closer to Beautiful Style

Let’s take a step back and think about staircases.

They might not be the focal point of your home. They’re not the place where friends and family spend hours hanging out. 293 more words

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Playing Up Planters: Tips for Contrast and Impact

Planters and cachepots are a stunning way to fuse the aesthetics of indoors and out, and whether you use them for living houseplants – a great way to freshen your air through winter closeness and spring cleaning – or as vessels for some other filler, they can be prized pieces to influence your décor. 269 more words

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Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

BCPS Celebrates: Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day (Groundhog Job Shadow Day)

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

  • Please note that the date does not align with the National Take your Child to Work Day date so as not to conflict with state mandated testing.
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