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Becoming...A Better Me in 2019 (Part 1)

Last night, as the clock ticked towards midnight, I found myself crying. It was happy tears that came pouring from my eyes. 2018 was a tough year, but when I started thinking about it, the year was probably one of the best ones yet. 285 more words

I was a Cable Guy. Got a glimpse of the suburban grotesque, featuring Russian mobsters, Fox News rage addicts, a caged man in a sex dungeon, and Dick Cheney.

I saw this posted in my screen when the Firefox Web Browser started. I was intrigued and so clicked on the link to the article. which was posted on the Huffington Post Website. 174 more words

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Last Minute Bites for New Year's Eve

As another year comes to a close, there is no better way to celebrate than with family, friends, and delicious food! Sometimes it can be hard to find quick and easy recipes, but never fear, I’ve done the hard work for you. 603 more words

A Furry Christmas with Marissa & Roxy

A year ago when UpperCrust carried a vegan Christmas feature with Marissa Bronfman (of the renowned Canadian Bronfman family), the owner of Bowl Bar, a vegan delivery service, who went on to display her culinary skill at the UpperCrust Food & Wine Show, one thing was clear; Roxy would be by her side, her fuzzy little girl who came into her life 12 years ago at the mere age of 10 weeks. 1,138 more words


in which trump is still trump

the very model of a modern major racist gasbag is at it again:

“It’s very dangerous out there. Drugs are pouring in, human trafficking, so many different problems, including gangs like MS-13.

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A Selection of 2018 Media Stories on Play

Over the course of 2018 there have been some great stories on risk, design, parenting and health as they relate to play. Click here or on the image below to access 15 stories from outlets as varied as… 49 more words

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Parents and Schools Have A Responsibility To Teach Children About National Socialism

We need to stop encouraging a ‘snowflake’ approach to the teaching of current affairs, and instead tackle the harsh realities that we face

There is no manual to raising a child. 676 more words