Don’t Tell Me Happy Father’s Day

Don’t Tell Me Happy Father’s Day

Mother’s Day is big business in the United States. The National Retail Federation estimates that in 2015, over $21.2 billion was spent on Mother’s Day gifts. A projected 84.2% of Americans celebrated mommy with cards, brunch, flowers, jewelry, etc. It’s all well deserved, moms work hard. Mother’s Day is a joyous occasion many women look forward to celebrating and feeling(…)

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8 Easy Tips On How To Rock At Twitter

8 Easy Tips On How To Rock At Twitter

With 304 million active daily users, Twitter is a monster machine for promoting, connecting, and staying informed. Every second around 6,000 tweets are tweeted. That’s an average of over 350,000 tweets per minute, 500 million tweets per day and 200 billion tweets per year(!). Twitter is 140-character magic. Although it has changed a bit since its 2006 debut, one(…)

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What Mom Really Wants For Mother’s Day

What Mom Really Wants For Mother’s Day

XYZ: What do you want for Mother’s Day Mom: Nothing honey. I have everything I need in life. This lie convo is repeated infinite times just before Mother’s Day all around the world. Why? Because moms are humble. We don’t have the time/energy to truthfully respond. We never get what we ask for anyway.  Here’s 10 things(…)

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Ten Things I Know At Fab 40

Ten Things I Know At Fab 40

I spent most of my life being a pleaser….wanting to make others happy, avoiding confrontation, going with the flow, over-nurturing men in relationships, putting myself last, etc. Then this wonderful thing happened: I turned 40 years old.  As if on cue all of the above ceased.  I really felt a change (no, not THE change…at(…)

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MLK Day

MLK Day

The United States has three people with a national holiday to honor them:  George Washington, Christopher Columbus, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In 1979 U.S Representative John Conyers (Michigan Dem) and US Senator Edward Brooke (Mass Republican) introduced a bill to Congress to make Martin Luther King Jr. Day a national holiday.  The bill(…)

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Foods To Eat For Good Luck In the New Year

Foods To Eat For Good Luck In the New Year

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!! January 1st is the day we are all optomistic and ready for change. A new outlook on life, love, career, family, and attitude is a key ingredient for the New Year. In addition to that, there are some foods that many believe will help start this new beginning off right. Many will(…)

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