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Seven Useful Tips To Organize Your Way To Success

Did you now that living an organized life can save you time and energy, plus make you more productive? And I guarantee you’ll be happier. Try these tips to get you started: 215 more words


Supercharge your Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day is a wonderful celebration of love and lovers, a day to fall in love! It’s a special time to exchange cards and gits. Chocolate, romantic dinners and flowers are always a fun way to celebrate. 166 more words


It’s not me, it’s you

Deer In Headlines
By Gery L. Deer

Are the people around you accepting of changes you make in your life for the better? In other words, if you altered major factors in your life right now, in positive ways, would your friends and family support and encourage you? 716 more words

Movies Finding Dory Review

Finding Dory (2016)

Sequel to Finding Nemo

Director: Andrew Stanton, Angus MacLane

Starring: Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill

Release Date:17 June 2016 (USA) 263 more words


Keep warm with a quick and easy Crab and Shrimp Bisque Recipe

It’s cold outside, but this delicious soup recipe will warm you and your family up in no time.

You’ll need:

1 can celery soup
1 can tomato soup… 125 more words


# 15 Let’s face it…As a society, we still can not quite figure out what to do about profanity.

Littles vs Bigs / Myth #3

“If punished for using profane language, Littles will not use profane language.” Oh, hell-to-the-no regarding this myth. The proliferation of cuss words (swearing, vulgar language, no-no words, obscenity) spoken and heard today in our multimedia world is proof of the challenge that the late George Carlin raised in his “The Seven Words You Can Never Say on TV” shtick in the early 1970’s. 1,106 more words


Fatherhood Initiatives: Connecting Fathers to Their Children

Fatherhood Initiatives: Connecting Fathers to Their Children. Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress. Carmen Solomon-Fears, Jessica Tollestrup. December 28, 2016

In 2016, while the majority of children in the United States lived in families with two parents (69%), an estimated 27% of children were maintained in one-parent homes. 121 more words

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