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I have a creative nature and have been writing since I was about ten. I always dreamed of being a writer but other things came first. I never gave up my dream of writing and this is my way of keeping it alive. I had an article published in the Philadelphia Inquirer a few years back. That was really exciting. The other side of my creativity is my water color paintings. I have traveled to many places all over the world and made it part of my goal to paint at least one painting of every one of those places. (My paintings: www.ARTWANTED.com/preraphfanat)I enjoy reading about history and I love biographies. People are so very interesting. I love to learn about extraordinary people and their lives. I have always been a people person.Blog: Wedding Code: http://www.weddingcode.com/
This is actually about my shell art: YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrlaoOSmSqc
 
 
 

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Home & Garden
by ladybugblue
3 years ago
Summer Container Gardening

Sometimes it's just easier to keep our plants, herbs, Fruits and vegetables in containers. Most will do really well if you give them enough room.  It is less time consuming and there is more control as a gardener.  Growing in containers is especially useful as you do...

Business & Money
by ladybugblue
3 years ago
Important questions to ask at your job interviews

There are lots of job seekers who wished they were more prepared for answers to even the most basic or trickiest questions that may be asked of them. There are also things they have wished they had asked at the interview.  Having no questions  is not a good idea. ...

Health
by ladybugblue
3 years ago
Make Herbal Tea Bags to Promote Health

   It’s not that hard to make your own teabags and you can grow the tea yourself. You can grow herbs for tea on your window sill or outside in your yard. This way when you have company, it will be a quicker way to make herbal tea....

Home & Garden
by ladybugblue
3 years ago
Bird Bath On A Budget

You can make a bird bath that works just as well as those expensive ones. In fact, with one added accessory, the birds will love it more! You can make these any style and use any types of materials as long as they are sturdy enough...

Business & Money
by ladybugblue
3 years ago
How to Maximize Your Job Opportunities

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Business & Money
by ladybugblue
3 years ago
What are the Qualifications of a Good Boss?

It seems that with the huge unemployment problem in this country that the conditions for qualifications have vanished. Maybe it’s the fact that these types of jobs don’t pay what they used to and it’s harder to find a good business management person.  Hiring Business Managers that do not...

Business & Money
by ladybugblue
3 years ago
What is an Ideal Job?

When you are job hunting there are lots of factors that may affect your job performance and your future with a specific company. There are many jobs that may not have any of these and lots who may have some. You should look for the job with the most. ...

Pets & Animals
by ladybugblue
3 years ago
Prepare your Pets for Natural Disaster

In light of all the natural disasters that have happened in the past 10 years it has become necessary to include our pets in a family plan of action.     Every family should have 2 plans of actions. One action is to stay...

Business & Money
by ladybugblue
3 years ago
Job Strategies to Help Avoid Unmanageable Jobs

The job marketplace has become much more hostile since the lack of jobs available in the U.S. Years ago most of us didn't know any or very many people who lost their jobs in a lay-off. Now a lay-off is a regular headline in the news. It's important to develop job strategies in the workplace to make sure our place of work is a manageable one. If you are seeking a new job or trying to manage an existing job that is changing, here are some tips.

Business & Money
by ladybugblue
3 years ago
12 Things You Can Do After a Layoff to Improve Your Finances

Here are some suggestions for those of you who have experienced a lay- off recently or even if it's been a while. Taking control of your situation immediately can make a huge difference, financially and emotionally. Cut expenses any way you can  Reduce cable bill, electric bill...

Health
by ladybugblue
3 years ago
9 Healthy HabitsThat Can Change Your Life

This is the time of year that we all are thinking about changing things to improve last years standards.  Why not make a committment to yourself that would add years to your life?  Being healthy has many benefits, such as fewer illnesses, and being energetic and productive. ...

Lifestyle
by ladybugblue
4 years ago
Helping Your Young Adult Make Decisions

Even though your child reaches the age of 20 or more, does not make parenting easy.  Young people are facing many crucial decisions at this age that may affect their lives for many years in the future.  Parenting never stops. This article is not about making their...

Health
by ladybugblue
4 years ago
Learn to Make First Aid Herbal Salves

It's always a good idea to have a useful versatile herbal salve on hand. It's even better to make it yourself. You can accomplish this in less than 2 hours and make enough for your family and some gifts as well.  It will last up to 3...

Business & Money
by ladybugblue
4 years ago
8 Tough Job Interview Questions To Think About

Job interviews used to be simple and not so complex. With so many people out of work these days, the questions at interviews have become significantly harder.  This makes sense because of the number of people interviewed for a single job can be in the hundreds. Employers...

Business & Money
by ladybugblue
4 years ago
The Psychology of a Job Lay-Off

  It’s never a good thing to get laid off but what most don’t realize that those that are left remaining after the lay-off suffer a good amount.  As I’ve been on both ends of the stick, of witnessing  lay-offs and actually being part of a...

Health
by ladybugblue
4 years ago
Echinacea: Not Just For Colds

As a firm believer in herbal remedies, I have confirmed, through much research and regular use, that Echinacea has to be one of the safest and most beneficial of herbs.ÿFD This herb can be easily spotted as an ornamental flower in many gardens. It seems that most...

Health
by ladybugblue
4 years ago
Can You Avoid Breast Cancer?

  I don't think it's ethical to say that you can totally avoid breast cancer since someone may inherit this disease or at least it may increase the chances of you getting it. There are strategies that have been known to help cut the risk of...

Health
by ladybugblue
4 years ago
Seven Deadly Herbs to Avoid

It seems there is so much information on the herbs you should take but not too much information on those you should avoid. Not all of them are safe to use and some are just not worth experimenting with unless you have advice from an experienced herbalist. ...

Business & Money
by ladybugblue
4 years ago
Can You Make Money With Amazon Mechanical Turk?

Mechanical Turk or MTurk is a great way to make money in your spare time.  Even an hour a day can generate some income. There are no gimmicks or fees to sign up.   If anyone is curious about Mechanical Turk, I have done some research on...

Lifestyle
by ladybugblue
4 years ago
7 Ways to Purify Water to Survive

  Everyone should know at least a couple of ways that they can create safe drinking water in case of an emergency. Water is the number one essential item that you will need if you were to be in a natural disaster situation. Every family should have a...

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