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Lin Burress presents Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas For Lovers posted at Telling It Like It Is.

Tupelo Kenyon presents Is Food Your Medicine or Poison? posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “Food is not what it used to be. In the relatively recent past, food was universally recognized as the fruits and nuts that grow on trees, the vegetables that grow out of the soil, plus some fish and game. If you were to take a ride in a time machine and show our ancestors what we eat today, they would recognize very little of it. For the most part, it’s over-packaged, over-processed, over-rated and under-nourishing. Every day, we choose our future health and vitality by what we choose to put in our mouths. Three times a day we have the opportunity to act upon our resolve to experience optimum health and vitality . . . at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Bon appetit. (Enjoy soothing instrumental music as you read plus song selections with lyrics related to each article – all free.)”

Veteran Military Wife presents My Run In with the “No Flat Tires” posted at Life Lessons of a Military Wife, saying, “I think we can all relate to a purchase that seemed great initially, and then later, one realizes it was the dumbest thing you could’ve bought!”

werelax presents Dealing With Children’s Stuttering posted at Where We Relax, saying, “Stuttering in children has a variety of causes, and affects each child differently. All kids have trouble learning how to talk because they are learning a new skill.”

WhatWorksForUs presents Hi-Def Hell posted at What Works For Us.

Hill Robertson presents Don’t Sell Your Soul to Your JOB posted at Hill Robertson.

MommyAuctions.com presents Tips for Traveling with a Baby or Toddler | Mommy Auctions Blog posted at Mommy Auctions.

MommyAuctions.com presents Organic Baby Food – Why Should You Be Using It? | Mommy Auctions Blog posted at Mommy Auctions.

Lisa Mitchell presents Getting More Sleep with a New Baby posted at Let’s Talk Babies.

Micellaneous Mum presents How the United States of America caused a war (of sorts) in our household posted at Miscellaneous Adventures of an Aussie Mum, saying, “Mums are competitive too!”

Hill Robertson presents Internet Business Success Poem posted at Hill Robertson.

Education

Justin Duval presents www.DarkGrin.com – The Unhappy Childhood. posted at The Dark Grin, saying, “This is meant to be an inspiring article on how you should never let your past dictate your future.”

Marjorie presents Farmers’ Market posted at Life Without School.

Alvaro Fernandez presents Learning & The Brain: Interview with Robert Sylwester posted at SharpBrains, saying, “An overview of how adolescent brains work…and how we can improve learning and teaching.”

Family Finance

David B. Bohl presents What’s Your Definition of Success? | Slow Down Fast Today! ~ David B. Bohl posted at
href=”http://www.slowdownfast.com/blog”>Slow Down Fast Today!
, saying, “When I think of the old paradigm – my old, ill-conceived, self-taught definition of success (that success means money, wealth, status, and power) – I am reminded of an old parable that goes something like this:”

Abel Cheng presents Five Things Every Married Person Should Know Before Signing Any Credit Application posted at Parent Wonder.

Millionaire Mommy Next Door presents Financially Unfaithful: Are You Keeping Money Secrets? posted at Millionaire Mommy Next Door, saying, “The symptoms, causes and cures for financial infidelities – those little white (or not so little and not so white) lies we tell our significant others when it comes to money matters.”

glblguy presents 3 steps to a personalized income plan for your children posted at Gather Little By Little.

Brip Blap presents and lo, at the Outback they rejoiced posted at brip blap, saying, “The owner of a prominent small business in his small town had two sons. The younger son asked one day if the father could lend him a substantial amount of money. The father was a little bit puzzled, but he did it. What happened next?”

Family Health and Wellness

GP presents Start your New Year Right .. and Green posted at Innside Montana-Your Home at the Range, saying, “This time of year, we start thinking about what we could have done better. Maybe you regret how much family time you wasted watching the idiot box or that night you let your kids eat ice cream for dinner. Good news: 2008 is a clean slate. So, what will you do with it?”

Alfa Mercado presents Healthy Eating When You are Dining Out posted at Wellness Junction by Kavit Haria.

TherapyDoc presents The Perfect Friend posted at Everyone Needs Therapy, saying, “Is the perfect pie REALLY a good idea?”

pickel presents When Adoptions Go Wrong posted at A Child Chosen.

Aparna presents Beauty and Personal Grooming: Cucumber for beauty and health posted at Beauty and Personality Grooming, saying, “Cucumbers have a very high water content of around 96% and are excellent body rehydrators. A widely cultivated vegetable in India, it has a cooling and refreshing effect on the body. This nature’s cool customer is also a beauty enhancer.”

David B. Bohl presents Action or Inaction: Which Will You Regret More? posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, “How many times have you heard someone saying, “I sure wish I would have…” or “If only I had taken the chance and…”. Our lives are full of decisions. And a decision we make every day is whether or not to do certain tasks. The question is which will you regret doing more – an action that you took, or an action that you didn’t take? For most us, we end up regretting the actions we didn’t take far more than we regret those that we did.”

Laura Scarborough presents now we are six posted at Adventures in Juggling, saying, “we are celebrating more than just a birthday. we are celebrating a miracle. i wonder if it will ever get old…probably not.”

Hueina Su presents My Young Living Story and Exciting News posted at Intensive Care for the Nurturer’s Soul, saying, “Ever since a health scare last summer, I’ve found the tools to help me regain my physical & emotional health. My husband and I are amazed at the turnaround I’ve made since last winter. Here’s my healing journey and some exciting news to share.”

Family Humor

kailani presents An Island Life posted at An Island Life.

Stephen Kuusisto presents Road Trip posted at
href=”http://kuusisto.typepad.com/planet_of_the_blind/”>Planet of the Blind
.

Expat Chef presents TLC for TCS posted at The Expatriate’s Kitchen, saying, “Humor on the post-holiday craziness of getting life back to normal, somehow with a related recipe and food tip.”

Kate Baggott presents My Little Fertility Promoter posted at Babylune, saying, “Babies are great little PR machines. As long as the cause is: more babies.”

CouponFetcher presents Grandmas Ready To Rumble at The My Little Pony Show posted at Coupon Fetcher.com.

Toni presents Samantha posted at Wifely Steps, saying, “Sharing a rare quiet moment with a toddler!”

Jennifer in OR presents A Peanut Butter Tale posted at Diary of 1, saying, “Stopping the peanut butter binge…”

Lynnae presents Mama, Marry Me? posted at From Under the Clutter.

Eric Ellen presents “Mommy, She’s Black!” A Short Story of How a Mother Turned an Embarrassing Situation into a Humorous One posted at Husbandhood.

Miscellaneous

Shamelle presents 7 Things To Be Cautious Of In Year 2008 And Beyond posted at Enhance Life.

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Love At First Sight (Limerick and Haiku Prompt 3) posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

Pat Ruppel presents That Special Someone posted at Plain Talk and Ordinary Wisdom.

Kyle James presents More Kitchen and Food Hacks posted at Rather-Be-Shopping.com Blog.

HowToMe presents How to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle an Artificial Christmas Tree posted at HowToMe, saying, “Unfortunately, part of our pre-lit Christmas tree died this year. My darling husband reminded me that we paid $20ish dollars for the whole thing. Without much effort, he took the lower third off, re-seated in the stand. As for the “lower third”… eh, what other productive thing do I have to do while watching TV? lol. Since my dh took care of the reduce part (lol), I’ll tackle the Reuse and Recycle part.”

Parenting Tips and Advice

Mandy presents Please Help Me Out – Have You Seen This Stuffed Animal posted at Building Blocks Blog, saying, “Please post this entry as a cautionary tale. I was defrauded on Ebay purchasing a christmas gift for my son, to replace a lost beloved stuffed animal. I think it will serve to remind people to be very careful buying from auction sites, and warn of people passing reproductions as authentic items.”

Matt presents Romantic Welcome Home Ideas: Part 2 Attract the Senses posted at Romantic Tips for Married Couples.

Christine presents Finding the Right Job for Your Teenager posted at Me, My Kid and Life: An American Single Mom Living in France.

karen alonge presents R-E-S-P-E-C-T posted at advice for parents, saying, “Don’t confuse respect with fear. It wasn’t respect that kept so many of us in line when we were kids, although many of our parents called it that. It was fear. Fear that if we didn’t do exactly as we were told, we’d pay an uncomfortable price.”

Heidi Saxton presents Story Time! posted at Mommy Monsters Inc., saying, “Especially for adoptive parents, this post offers helpful pointers to Catholic/Christian parents on how to transmit their family’s “story” to their children.”

Melitsa presents Rebus reading posted at Play-Activities.com, saying, “easy reading activity with your child.”

Stephanie presents The Birthday Tea Party – A Centerpiece posted at Stop the Ride!.

Terri Mauro presents Learn Your Behavior Management ABCs posted at About Parenting Special Needs.

pickel presents Going Against the Grain?Attachment at Its Best posted at A Child Chosen.

Kevin Heath presents Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids posted at More4kids.

Raymond presents My Super Sweet 16 – Messing Up and Spoiling Kids For The Next Generation posted at Money Blue Book.

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