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March Events (2010)
March is Women's History Month, a time to take notice of all that women have done to help make countries and the world a better place. Celebrate a woman today.
Using Your Business Card Wisely
Do more than hand out your business card and collect the ones handed to you. Make optimal use of your business card at social power meetings and events.
Harvard Beet Salad - A Child Friendly Recipe
I think your family will like this easy beet salad recipe. If you can get your children to try it, I suspect they will like it as well. You may have to remove the onions though.
February Events (2010)
As always there are several health issues we should be aware of, we must pay more attention to eating disorders and understand that they can affect anyone. National Eating Disorders Awareness Week starts February 21, learn more about it here.
Just Waiting For the Bell - Book Review
David Wehmeyer's "Just Waiting For the Bell Stories & Adventures of an Elementary School Principal" is laugh out loud funny.
Are You an Unequal Money Partner?
Stay-at-home moms or dads may feel like an unequal partner when it comes to family money. How do you handle it?
How PMS Affects Your Family
PMS can cause you to change from a loving and understanding mom, wife and employee to a harpy. It's not your fault. It is a condition of the condition.
Women and Money Matters
My mother always told me to save something from my paycheck every time I got paid. Her theory was even $2.00 in the bank every week is better than nothing. Of course, I ignored her advice, at that time I would not have considered depositing $2.00 in my bank account.
January Monthly Events (2010)
January events include Birth Defects Prevention Month. Be sure to visit the March of Dime History of Success page.
10 Tips To Help You and Your Family Save Money
You know that you need to save money, but it is holiday time, what can you do? "Don't shop" may seem absurd, but to save money you must get into the habit of asking yourself whether the item you are looking at is a want or a need. This time next year you may be in a better place financially.
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