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Posted by Admin on Wednesday, December 16, 2015 @ 00:17:57 UTC
6 New Activities to Try This Christmas
Topic: Recreation and Outdoor
Posted by Admin on Sunday, October 11, 2015 @ 11:56:47 UTC
Are you planning a Halloween party this year? Why not make it even more creepy and scary by serving bone chilling, yet tasty Halloween finger foods? Halloween is one time of year when ordinary party foods just won’t do. With a little creativity you can turn Halloween party food into creations that will be remembered long after the party is over. Here are some ideas for Halloween finger foods:
Topic: Home and Garden
Posted by Admin on Monday, October 05, 2015 @ 14:31:01 UTC
The arrival of a new baby is a blessed event, but the family dog may not see it that way. There may be issues of territory and jealousy. Some may advise keeping the dog and baby apart until the child is old enough to understand how to behave around dogs, but that is not really a practical solution when the dog is an established house pet. You need to let your dog know that he is not being replaced in your affections and that this new baby is part of the family.
Posted by Admin on Sunday, September 27, 2015 @ 17:19:46 UTC
Losing Your Religion, Choosing Your Religion – the Search For Spiritual Enlightenment
Religion is often considered a part of a person’s identity. Religion may be profoundly associated with experiences from childhood and interwoven with social connections and family events. Despite these strong connections, many people may find themselves unsatisfied by the religion of their childhood and begin a search for more meaningful spiritual expression.
Posted by Admin on Friday, September 25, 2015 @ 23:36:27 UTC
By adding colorful patterns, interesting textures and thought-provoking images, artwork can bring life to an interior environment. The choice of your home's artwork can bring other room elements together or fight against them in an unpleasant way. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when making decisions about artwork for your home:
Topic: Arts & Culture
Posted by Admin on Thursday, September 24, 2015 @ 20:25:57 UTC
Supermarket shelves are piled high with cookies and crackers, most of them loaded with sugar, saturated fat, and hydrogenated oils. To the average person, a graham cracker sounds like a wholesome alternative to other sweet and crunchy, but decidedly "bad for you," cookie and cracker options. So, when a health-minded person reaches the cookie aisle and tosses a box of Graham crackers in their cart, they feel virtuous. After all, they left the chocolate chip cookies on the shelf. Are shoppers who buy Graham crackers making a smart choice? Are graham crackers healthy and a good alternative to the standard cookie?