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Jet Lag Myths Whats Really the Truth

Jet Lag Myths Whats Really the Truth

| February 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

That detach in between your body clock and the clock on the wall leads to jet lag and regrettably, jet lag takes place all the time when you take a trip. Many people presume their very first couple of days of getaway will be invested roaming zombie-like through museums and dropping off to sleep in […]

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Normal Teenage Rebellion, or Danger Signs?

Normal Teenage Rebellion, or Danger Signs?

| February 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

She turns 12 and a switch flips. What happened to your sweet little girl? You used to bake cookies together, and now she can’t seem to stand to be in the same room with you. Sound familiar? I don’t think that having a teenager is easy for anyone. There’s the general worry about how they […]

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Fun Indoor Winter Activities for Your Family

Fun Indoor Winter Activities for Your Family

| February 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

Winter can be a challenging time for stay at home moms (or dads). Being unable to send kids outside to let off steam and give you a bit of a rest can drive even the most even-keeled of us to the brink. Everyone gets a little bit of cabin fever, which can cause us to […]

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Travel to the Island of Norderney on Germanys North Coast

Travel to the Island of Norderney on Germanys North Coast

| January 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Fourteen kilometres of sandy beaches, and a World Heritage-listed wilderness criss-crossed with treking and cycling courses. Germany’s secret destination of Norderney has all of it: okay for an island just 14 kilometres long. Germany’s north coast is sprayed with little islands one of them is Norderney. The island, simply an hour’s ferryboat flight from the coast, draws […]

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Visit the Grand Place When Traveling in Brussels

Visit the Grand Place When Traveling in Brussels

| January 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Grand Place or Grote Markt in Dutch is among the most stunning squares in Europe with architecture from 3 various ages (Baroque, Gothic and Louis XIV) making their marks on the square providing it a diverse flavour. This diverse quality made the Grand Place a destination as one of the best of World Heritage by UNESCO […]

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Planning a Winter Wedding? Here’s What You Should Know

Planning a Winter Wedding? Here’s What You Should Know

| December 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

Not all of us can say we’ve always dreamed of having a winter wedding, but depending on when you become engaged and what your circumstances allow, a winter wedding might be exactly when you end up planning. (And heck, some people do dream of having a winter wedding!) In case you happen to be at […]

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What Does Your Car Say about You?

What Does Your Car Say about You?

| December 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

One of my favorite pictures of my uncle is him with his Kathy car. It’s a beautiful image, teenage Dave wearing a muscle shirt, leaning back against a bubblegum pink bug, with “Kathy” painted across the hood, in tribute to his high school sweetheart. It’s pretty obvious what statement that car made. Here in America, […]

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Being a Responsible Party Host with Alcohol

Being a Responsible Party Host with Alcohol

| December 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

The holiday season is perhaps the busiest time of the year for parties and gatherings, and often these gatherings feature festive alcoholic drinks. And while of course many people celebrate with alcohol, it’s important to remember that there are important safety guidelines to keep in mind anytime alcohol is involved at a party. Are you […]

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What to Do When an Intervention Fails

What to Do When an Intervention Fails

| December 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

Interventions are a common tool used to help motivate loved ones to seek the help they need, be it for a substance addiction, compulsive eating, or some other form of addictive behavior. People most often choose to have one when they recognize that a loved one has a problem but is in denial—and therefore unwilling […]

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5 Way to Help Your Elderly Parents Manage Their Finances

5 Way to Help Your Elderly Parents Manage Their Finances

| December 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

There comes a time when your parents may need you to step in and help them out with money management and bill paying. After all they’ve given you throughout your life, helping them with finances is one way you can give back, making sure they get the most out of their golden years. If either […]

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