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Dealing With Family Problems at Work
At one time or another each of us have had to go to work while dealing with a family or personal crisis. What can you do? How do you cope?
Cyber Safety for Kids
Cyber safety for children can be difficult. Just when you think they are safe something else pops up.
Cut Your Grocery Bill
Buy fresh fruits and vegetables in season. Don't settle for inferior products, then throw them away because they have no taste, in essence you will be throwing money in the garbage.
Credit Card Debt Relief For Your Family
Take steps to eliminate credit card debt now, or it will be there for a very long time, stealing your energy, financial freedom and family unity.
Create Memories With Cell Phone Photo's
Why not use your cell phone camera to catch spontaneous fun and an endearing momentís, baby doing something funny or cute, a quick hug or kiss. Of course these cell phone cameraís can catch you at the most inopportune and embarrassing moments too. Remember the old Polaroid Cameras?
Create Harmony at Your Job
Working a 9 to 5 can be more than be financially rewarding, it can be intellectually stimulating as well. However, there are bound to be those days when you wonder why you subject yourself to suffering work problems, bad manners and bad attitudes.
Create A Nesting Place For Birds In Your Garden
Birds and gardens go together. With the approach of spring, many a minds turn to the garden. Why not plan your garden to share with birds.
Cranberry-Orange Relish Recipe for Thanksgiving
There is no better way to share good will with family and friends than with food. A co-worker shared this delicious relish with the ladies in the office many year's ago. Cranberry and Orange Relish is an easy to make no cook recipe and an excellent last minute contribution to Thanksgiving Festiviti
Corned Beef and Cabbage Recipe
You don't have to be Irish to love corned beef and cabbage. And it's good anytime.
Cooking for One? Treat Yourself Well On Valentine's Day
In honor of Valentines Day, National Potato Month and single folks living alone Work & Family shares Chef Joyce Goldstein's recipe of Chicken with Potatoes and Artichokes for one. Be good to yourself on Valentine's Day.
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