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AngieYoder
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I'm a fun and energetic stay-at-home mother of 3 and new grandma of a precious baby boy named Ben. My husband is a former Marine and proud Officer in the National Guard. My kids are 20, 13 and 11 and I have a great 24-year-old son-in-law as well. I love to travel, write, read, paint, listen to heavy metal, punk and alternative music and play with my dog Cooper and my two cats, Violet and Valentina.
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Home & Garden
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
Unusual Cleaning Products

No one likes to clean house, but it's an inevitable part of life. Chemical cleaning products can also be harmful to the environment. Here are some all-natural cleaning uses for everyday products that most people always have around the house.

Entertainment
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
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The Curse of the 27 Club

Rock music is the hurricane of the music biz, with rock stars at the shaky epicenter of the storm. But the rock lifestyle is a hazardous one, especially to 27 year old musicians, so it seems. Check out the curse of the 27 and see just how many rockers have been affected.

Health
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
Confessions of a Former Serial Dieter: My (Still Somewhat Chubby) Independence Day

I've been on the diet roller coaster since I was twelve years old. Finally, I accepted the fact that I'm never going to be a size 5; here are all the reasons why I'm finally okay with that.

Lifestyle
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
The Six Signs Your Marriage Is In Trouble

If you watch enough TV, marriage seems easy; all problems are funny and are wrapped up in a half-hour. But REAL marriage is hard! Learn the six warning signs that your marriage is off track and might need a tune-up.

Travel & Places
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
Things I Don't Understand About the South

The southern US is practically a different country; admittedly, if the south had won the Civil War they would have been! But as a northerner who has traveled extensively through the south and loves it, there are still some things I just don't get about the south.

Entertainment
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
Arthur "Killer" Kane: From Doll to Saint

Arthur "Killer" Kane, bassist for the legendary New York Dolls, was an enigmatic man during the bands heyday. Read about his life, his battles, and his eventual and surprising conversion to the Mormon church.

Entertainment
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
The Life and Hard Times of GG Allin

GG Allin, a punk performance artist, lived as hard as he died. His music is highly controversial, and his lifestyle brought about his eventual end. Here is the story of this punk icon's tragic life and death.

Entertainment
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
The Genius of Allen Ginsberg's "Howl"

The Beat Generation produced some of the greatest writing in history. Allen Ginsberg was its' unofficial spokesperson. Read more about the genius of this confused writer, who poured out his angst in his poetry and changed the face of the literary world forever.

Entertainment
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
The Best Detective Fiction

The detective genre has always been a popular type of fiction, and recurring detective series' have become a staple in American literature. The following are some of the best, most enduring fictional detectives and the stories behind their creation.

Business & Money
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
Becoming a Virtual Online Assistant

In this shaky economy, finding work can be difficult. But if you have the right equipment and the proper skill set, you can work from home and earn a good salary as a Virtual Online Assistant.

Travel & Places
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
Columbus, Indiana - The Athens of the Prairie

Located 45 miles south of Indianapolis on I-65, Columbus, Indiana is a mecca for architecture buffs from all over the world. Come visit the "Athens on the Prairie" and see how one mans dream transformed a small farming community into an All-American City.

Business & Money
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
Have Labor Unions Worn Out Their Welcome?

In the age of OSHA and the Fair Labor Standards Act, are organized labor unions a relic of a bygone era? Let's examine the history of unions in America and their how efficacy in the 21st century workplace.

Entertainment
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
Memorable Sitcom Boo Boo's

Sitcoms have been a beloved part of the television landscape from the inception. But with so many shows per season to produce, sometimes writers make errors. Here are a few of the most glaring mistakes.

Lifestyle
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
Creative Summer Break Ideas for Kids

Tired of hearing "I'm bored" all summer long? Try some of these creative ideas to keep your kids occupied and to help hold on to your sanity during the lazy days of summer.

Lifestyle
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
Indiana Hauntings

Indiana has been called "one of the most haunted states in the US". Here are some of the best (and spookiest) sites in the state, and the stories behind the hauntings.

Lifestyle
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
Rock and Roll Grandma: Why 21st Century Grandparents Rule

Becoming a grandparent when you were born in the Nixon era of the 70's can be, like, a total mind trip! Is it better to be a cool grandparent of the 21st Century? Like, totally!

Travel & Places
by AngieYoder
5 years ago
Top 5 Southern Indiana Family Attractions

Southern Indiana in the summer has a lot of great family friendly activities. I have narrowed the field down to my top 5.

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