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Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
WAHM's Guide To Surviving Summer Vacation

Easy tips for surviving your kids' summer vacation while trying to keep up with your WAH job schedule.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Dealing With A Picky Eater - 9 Things To Do When Your Kid Doesn't Want To Eat

All parents have had to face a picky eater at one time or another. What can you do to ensure that your child get the nutrition that they need without driving you crazy?

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Best Games for a Preschooler Birthday Party

Trying to keep a group of three, four, and five year-olds entertained at a birthday party can tax even the most patient mother or father.  Between the excitement of being around their friends, the sugar, and the mere thought of presents can send any preschooler into a frenzy.

Travel & Places
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Keeping Your Kids Safe On Your Next Cruise

Cruise lines have worked hard over the last couple of decades to attract a new customer base - families. Of course, keeping your kids safe while sailing the open water can be a challenge in itself. Here are a few good tips to help you keep your kids safe on your next cruise.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
SAHM Burnout - What is it and what can you do about it?

An article about the Stay at Home Mom (SAHM) and Burnout - what is it and what to do about it.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
How To Plan Your Kid's Birthday Party On A Budget - Ideas for a Fun But Inexpensive Children's Birthday Party

Birthdays are a special time for kids of all ages. The problem is that it can be a very expensive time for their parents, especially if they're on a tight budget. Here are a few tips and ideas for saving money while still having the birthday party of your child's dream.

Health
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Kids' Sports and Head Injuries - What To Do When Junior Hurt His Head While On The Field

Could Junior have a concussion and not know it?  What if there were complications that weren't evident in the quick check the coach did?  How can you be sure?

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
10 Simple Tips for an Inexpensive But Still Meaningful Christmas

The holidays can add extra strain to a family's already-stretched budget. Here are a few tips to help you make Christmas meaningful while still keeping an eye on the budget.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Keeping The Spark Alive During Deployment - 7 Ways to Keep Your Love Alive While He's Stationed Overseas

Being a military spouse can be one of the toughest jobs in the world, especially when the love of your life is deployed. Here are seven great ways to keep the spark going while he or she is stationed overseas.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
A New Twist to an Old Game - Rethinking Your New Years Resolutions

For the last decade or so, New Year's Resolutions have become extremely self-centered. "I'm going to lose 40 lbs.", "I promise to declutter the house.", "I want to learn a new language." How about giving your New Year's resolutions a twist this year and do more for your fellow man?

Travel & Places
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
How to Have The Best Staycation Ever - It's All About Variety

Thanks to state of our economy and high costs, many people are considering a "staycation" as a viable vacation option this year.  What is a staycation?  That's where you decided to stay home instead of traveling to some far off location and spend some time exploring your local region.  This can save you some serious money and stress – no $150/night hotel bill, no getting lost trying to find the airport, and no rental to have to return.  Sleep in your own bed, eat from your own kitchen, and drive your own car!

Business & Money
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
How To Pay Less For Transportation

With the high price of gas these days, transportation is become a larger and larger portion of a family's budget. Though you can't rule out transportation completely, there are ways that you can cut your costs.

Technology
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Is Pluto a Planet? - The Reason Why Pluto is Now A Dwarf Planet

When I was a kid, I was taught that our solar system had 9 planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. This all changed in August of 2006 when the International Astronomical Union (IAU) revoked Pluto's planetary status and officially classified it as a "dwarf planet".

Home & Garden
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
How to Grow Herbs Indoors Even In the Winter

Fresh herbs can make any dish even better but they're so expensive in the store. What is a cook supposed to do? Grow your own, of course! Here are a few handy tips on saving money by growing your own fresh herbs indoors...even during the middle of winter.

Travel & Places
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
9 Reasons Why You Should Choose A Cruise For Your Next Vacation

Cruises have been one of the most popular vacations for the last two or so decades. What keeps people flocking back to cruise ships all over the world and why should you consider a cruise for your next vacation?

Technology
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Why Should I Buy A Tablet - 7 Great Reasons to Adopt This New Technology

Tablet computers are the latest and greatest craze to come out of Silicone Valley. Why have these little machines become so popular and why would you consider one for your home?

Auto
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Inexpensive Ways to Customize Your Car

A list of ways you can customize your car without breaking the bank.

Health
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Food Allergies and You - An Introduction

Were you recently diagnosed with a food allergy and don't understand anything the doctor said? Here is your diagnoses explained in simple terms....

Environment
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Cleaning Up Abandoned Mining Sites in the United States

Officials believe that there are somewhere around 500,000 abandoned mining sites in the western U.S. and probably over a million on the coal-rich Eastern states.  Only a small number of these sites are actually logged into the official Bureau of Land Management database.  And while modern-day mining operations are required to return the area back to its previous natural glory, there are thousands of old mines out there that were just abandoned in place, many with their vertical ventilation shafts and access points open to the world.   Some fill with water and become the local swimming hole for teens and kids while others send people falling thousands of feet to their death.

Travel & Places
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
8 Easy Steps To Babyproofing Your Hotel Room

Staying overnight at a hotel can be a harrowing adventure when you're traveling with a toddler.  The exhilaration of being in a new place, mixed with a long day of being stuck in the car or plane, can send little ones into explorer overdrive.  It's enough to drive any mom crazy!

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