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Health safe recipes for cleaning during pregnancy

By Daisy Murphy

Store-bought cleaning products are not safe for pregnant women and should be substituted with self-made such. There are ingredients which every household has that can be used for preparing safe cleaning products. 569 more words

Cleaning Recipes

Buck Tradition: An Erin Edition


Thanksgiving has come and gone.

I did not eat turkey.

The ‘Elf on the Shelf‘ did not arrive.

But by the grace of God, … 2,581 more words

Holiday

Guest review: Passenger at the Eventim Apollo

On a cold Friday night, English singer-songwriter Passenger warms our hearts with a night of story-telling, amazing covers and extraordinary support by Gregory Alan Isakov.  73 more words

Rock Songs

The History of New Innovations in Modern Medicine by Dr. James D. Okun MD, Evangelita Goodwell (Book Review #16)

This book is almost like a dedicated memoir of collected physicians that have almost become forgotten by the modern society, of whom their discoveries are to this day the reason why many of us have the ability to live a longer life. 86 more words

Book Review

5 Basic Tips on Staying Focused When Writing a Book - Guest Post...

To be able to work with sheer dedication, a writer needs the ability to fully concentrate and stay focused at all times. Maintaining your focus for sustained periods can be a difficult task to do. 927 more words

Writing Tips

aurorajeanalexander reblogged this on Writer's Treasure Chest and commented:

Guest blogger Audrey Throne published a post on TSRA's blog about how to stay focused when writing a book. Thank you Audrey!

Tindall: Networking and Communications Skills Vital for Success

Blair Tindall, oboist and author of Mozart in the Jungle, joined Peabody Dean Fred Bronstein in a conversation Monday, as part of the Dean’s Symposium series. 399 more words

News

Guest Blog: Engine Women's Light by Laurel Anne Hill

Chapter 7

Blue Light and Rattling Bones

 

 A curtain of darkness hung behind manzanita bushes and poison oak, ten or fifteen feet above me on the hillside. 1,097 more words

Horror