Just wanted to share a recipe here
Added by Fanny on September 25, 2009 at 4:30pm —
On the way out of coffee this morning, my tap class friend Sheri and I talked in the parking lot for a minute before we got in our cars that were parked side by side. My brain works in pictures. I excelled at that “one of these things is not like the other” learning tool on Sesame Street.
Naturally, I think My tap shoes in the car…Sheri and I are next to my car…Tap class friend + Tap shoes in car =
“Hey, Sheri, you want to get together today and practice tap?”
Added by Amy Musing on September 25, 2009 at 2:00pm —
Added by Carrie Leber on September 25, 2009 at 11:39am —
Leave a comment on my blog ArtSnark.blogspot.com
before noon (EST) on 10/1 to be entered in the random drawing for this gorgeous print by Amber of Cinnaber.etsy.com. I am including a custom cut mat in either black or white, winner's choice.
Added by Stacey Merrill (ArtSnark) on September 25, 2009 at 11:00am —
I've come to that lonely and terrifying place where IUDs aren't necessary. It's cold and densely populated and smells a little like cabbage. I don't much like it here but here is where my banishment is to take place until I am granted re-entry into the land of You're Not Pathetic and Single Anymore. So until Allah Prince Charming bestows that blessing upon me and allows me to re-up on my rightful citizenry, I'm thinking I no longer need the IUD because 1) I'm alone B) I'm all by myself. 3) I'm… Continue
Added by Michele on September 25, 2009 at 8:43am —
These are all beauty tips you can do at home with most items you have around the house anyhow. You can pay a fortune for skin care but why not try a couple of these home made beauty tips and see if you don't see a difference; they may surprise you and cost you nothing!
Cook a small bowl of oatmeal, add 2 teaspoons of honey and mix well. Apply to face and leave on for about 5 minutes. Rinse off completely and… Continue
Added by Peg on September 24, 2009 at 10:23pm —
As we look for ways to cut spending, we are scooping up bargain clothes, accessories, toys and furniture once owned by someone else. So what should we do to save?
Set a budget. You've heard this a hundred times before but actually follow threw and do it! This is difficult at first -- you don't know how much things cost. But eventually you'll be able to tell yourself, "I'm going to spend $20 today." It becomes a game of sorts to see… Continue
Added by Peg on September 24, 2009 at 10:16pm —
Easy Paper Mache Recipes and Tips
You can make all kinds of crafty items with paper mache (not just the school volcano project): Decorative paper mache masks, bowls, ornaments, Halloween & Christmas decorations, you name it–you can likely make it with paper mache. It’s a very economical craft and with a little practice, you can create some pretty amazing pieces! Here’s a bunch of info to get you started…
Paper Mache… Continue
Added by Peg on September 24, 2009 at 10:00pm —
11 Easy Food Facials – Homemade Recipes
When mixing food items for facials, make sure to use sterile utensils and containers.
Wash hands really well so they’re clean before applying the skin treatment.
The First Time Using A Recipe:
Apply a bit of the prepared mask to the inside of your wrist before using on your face. You want to make sure your skin won’t have a bad reaction to it (allergies).
If your skin begins to feel irritated or burning,… Continue
Added by Peg on September 24, 2009 at 10:00pm —
Want to know how to teach your child to read? I taught my 4 year old son to read this summer using the exact techniques in this post. It's not easy, but is mothering ever easy?
Hop over to my blog to read all about it. Teach your Child to Read
Added by Angela at The Suburban Jungle on September 24, 2009 at 3:16pm —
Don't forget to enter our BuckleyBoo giveaway
! It's truly one of the coolest developmental toys I've seen.
The other day while picking up Four from kindergarten, he greeted me in his usual loving manner.
"Mom, what did you buy me today?"
"Nothing, George," I responded. "I got you gum… Continue
Added by Elizabeth Lyons on September 24, 2009 at 3:04pm —
First... Set Up a Free Account With a Company that is White Listed...
There are many email marketing companies that offer free campaigns, but two stand alone as the best.
- Included in their free package is a 31 page white paper that will make even the most novice marketer an email pro. They have a fully integrated survey sytem along with email scheduling capabilities. iContact also… Continue
Added by Aaliyah Evans on September 24, 2009 at 1:33pm —
As the school year is underway and our schedules are HEAPING with more than the year before – how do you make time for what is important? Determining what is important will be different for everyone, but I can almost guarantee that when we stop for a minute and truly think about what is important, it won’t be getting to the grocery store (unless your frig is completely bare!) cleaning the bathroom or watching Dr. Phil. I bet spending time with family… Continue
Added by Susan Heid on September 24, 2009 at 12:23pm —
So much to tell! I hardly know where to begin other than with saying, I eat too much when I work from home!!! Okay, that's out of the way. Thanks to all of the new Butterflies who joined MyWorkButterfly.com as a result of the Nick Lachey Auction that Butterfly is currently hosting. What about Nick Lachey you ask? Well, the handsomely sweet Nick Lachey is currently being auctioned off LIVE on MyWorkButterfly.com. For Real!! Now is your chance to bid on a Dream Date with Nick with a portion of… Continue
Added by Bradi Nathan on September 24, 2009 at 12:18pm —
Out of my intrepid fear of cliches, I may have been unclear with Tuesday's post. Even though we survived the Spawnocalypse
--two and a half years of transition from daydreaming newlyweds to sometimes-haggard parents of back-to-back babies--this journey and blog are far from over.
But, at the risk of using dark analogies
to describe parenthood (who, me?),… Continue
Added by NoReturnMom on September 24, 2009 at 10:38am —
No? Dinosaurs are extinct you say? I beg to differ. I believe my two year old is a reincarnated Pterodactyl. What proof do I have? The proof is in the pudding, or rather the Pterodactyl scream we all experience when she is unhappy. (Read more
Added by Stacey M on September 24, 2009 at 10:26am —
I have a contest/drawing running on my Mommys reviews You can Use blog at http://mommysreviewsyoucanuse.blogspot.com Go to the blog and enter today! Here is the a run down of the entry process....
So far, I have had some great responses... but, the contest is open until 10/10! So, keep tweeting, commenting, andmore! The more you hsare and comment, the more… Continue
Added by Valerie on September 24, 2009 at 8:34am —
(Disclaimer: Adult Content or something....I couldn't make this shit up)
There was this guy. His name was Wayne but he looked so much like Kevin Costner that me and my best friend called him Kevin. Not to be confused with the real Kevin I was also seeing who owned a restaurant and did things that I'd tell him to do that I'm sure he'd never want anyone to even speculate about, let alone write about on their blog. But that's a whole 'nother post.
So I went out with Kevin… Continue
Added by Michele on September 24, 2009 at 8:20am —
Our minds and bodies cope better when we’re getting the right foods, filled with essential vitamins and minerals. Eat your way out of stress (literally) with these ten power foods that will not only boost your overall energy and keep you mellow, but counteract the damaging effects of anger on your body. Your diet can be the key to managing stress in your life and these easy-to-find foods may be right in your kitchen’s… Continue
Added by Peg on September 23, 2009 at 10:39pm —
There's no doubt about it: when you're young you have to be flexible, willing to adapt in this constantly changing world. Doing things the same old way each day is for old folks . . . you know, like four-year-olds. That's right. By the time a child is turns four, he'll have most likely experienced such monumental lifestyle changes as giving up his beloved pacifier and moving from the cozy comfort of his crib to the vast expanse of a big kid bed. Many kids will have left home already and gone… Continue
Added by Peg on September 23, 2009 at 10:30pm —