Archive | May, 2013

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Less is More for Bachelors, More is More for Mommas

My son comes home from college almost every day with a new revelation. I remember those days. You’re filled with the newness of it all and have to constantly discern what’s pure malarky and what’s useful. It makes for interesting dinner conversations. My son showed me the video below.  Click on the pic to bring you […]

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How to Git the Honey-Do List Dun

Warm weather  and weekends are for projects, or so women think. Warm weather and weekends are for relaxing, or so men think. Spring is getting closer and our Honey-Do Lists are getting longer. The longer the list gets, the higher chance you have for marital conflict.  I asked my husband for his insight on the  […]

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Guaranteed to Translate Every Language in One Simple Step

Today, you don’t have to buy anything.  You don’t have to charge your credit card in four simple payments.  You won’t have to act before midnight. If you’re like me, you can’t even stay awake until midnight. Of course, I won’t include the world’s smallest juicer or a knife that will slice meat so thin […]

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Kids Who Serve are Winners not Whiners

  A kid’s definition of summer is “the season  where I sleep in and don’t have any schoolwork.” A mom’s definition of summer is “the season where the kids hang around the house whining because there’s nothing to do.” The lack of structure quickly loses its thrill after a week or two, and moms begin […]

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Free Cool Tool Evaluates Head-Popping Headlines

This writing is hard stuff. I  spent so much time writing a headline for this blog about writing a headline, that I was running out of ambition to write the blog post on a great headline, because I was trying to write a great headline for the blog about a great headline. Today I’m introducing […]

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Ten Things Procrastination is Telling You

It was easy for Thomas Jefferson to say, “Never put off ‘till tomorrow what you can do today" because he had a staff of accomplished servants.  He could invent, write and entertain while others washed and ironed his clothes, made his dinner, cleaned his house and tended his estate. At least that’s the excuse I […]

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