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The Party Planner - Book Review
In The Party Planner, David Tutera shares his event and party planning expertise on paper as well as he does on his television show.
Wake Up Or Break Up - Book Review
In Wake Up or Break Up-8 Crucial Steps to Strengthening Your Relationship, Dr. Felder reminds us that there are warning signs when a relationship is in trouble and that it is up to individuals and their partners to recognize and acknowledge the signs.
My mother has been gone now for over a year. I remember fighting with her because she kept too much money in her checking account. Now, I am the one who keeps too much money in my checking account. Now I understand that when you grow up being poor, it is a measure of comfort, a cushion.
Mother's Day Facts
The first Motherís Day observance was a church service in 1908 requested by Anna Jarvis, of Philadelphia, to honor her deceased mother.
Quotes For Inspiration And Your Web Site - May 05
American author and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson said "Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow". Go on, take a chance and extend your reach.
May Event Calendar (05)
May is National Arthritis Month. Did you know that there are over 100 forms arthritis and related diseases? Become knowledgeable about arthritis. Make sure that lingering tennis elbow is nothing more than that.
National Do Not Call Registry and Cell Phones
If you are in the United States and have received an e-mail or e-mails urging you register your cell phone take to moment to check the facts first.
Work & Family Newsletter March/April 05
This March/April newsletter was sent out to Work & Family subscribers.
Quotes Filled With Life Lessons
Here are your inspirational quotes for your home business news letter, or web site. You can find just the right quote at Work & Family.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith - Movie Review
Alfred Hitchcock has always shown sly humor even in his darkest moves. This 1941 black and white comedy shows what he can do with obvious comedy as well. Nice adult humor for a quiet weekend.
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