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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.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
"Around The World" Party Theme Brings The World Home To You - International Travel Party Ideas

Do you dream of traveling the world but can't seem to be able to do it because of kids, house, work, and other grown-up responsibilities? Host a dinner party or birthday bash with an international theme instead!

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.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
1st Annual Eternity Ball - 2012 Valentine's Day Event in San Francisco

Information about San Francisco's premier Valentine's Day Event, the First Annual Eternity Ball, being held at Ft Mason's Festival Pavilion on February 14th, 2012.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Using Social Media to Plan Your Wedding

Social media websites, where communication revolves around user-generated content, is the latest and greatest thing to hit the web.  These websites allow you to any subject into a social conversation – a tweet about your day, a debate over the latest baseball game, or a video of your dog's newest trick for the whole world to see – its all fodder for the world to talk about.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Feeding a Crowd - Cooking For a Large Group Without Losing Your Mind

Are you hosting your family's Christmas Eve dinner at you house and you don't know what to cook? Maybe your husband invited his whole office over for a "little celebration" and you're feeling a bit overwhelmed? Well, don't worry! With a little planning and patience you too can cook for a crowd without going insane. Here's how!

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Calm Your Wedding Jitters - 11 Ways to Reel in Your Inner Bridezilla

Planning a wedding is one of the most stressful things a woman will ever do. Add on top of that the chaos of family and your usual real life demands of work and home and even calmest, meekest women can turn into "Bridezillas". How can you make sure that this wild transformation into Bridezilla doesn't happen to you? Here are a few tips!

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
How To Plan A Group Picnic In 6 Easy Steps

Group picnics are a great way to get family, friends, and even coworkers together for a day of fun in the sun.  But of course, these large get-togethers can't just be thrown together.  Group picnics require a little preparation and organization to ensure that the day of fun runs without a hitch.

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Surviving the Roommate From Hell - Dorm Room Survival 101

It doesn't matter if she's your best friend from high school or a complete stranger, living with someone can get pretty rough. Here are a few tips on how to deal with the Roommate From Hell!

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
The Shy Person's Guide to Making Friends

Are you a shy person?  Do you become a wall flower when you go to parties?  Does the thought of walking up to complete strangers scare you silly?  Do you have a hard time making friends? Well, there's no need to feel scared anymore!  Here are a few great tips to help you climb out of your shell and start making friends today!

Lifestyle
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
Keeping Love Alive - 7 Ways To Make Your Lover Feel Special

7 great ways to make your significant other feel special.

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
8 Ways to Make Dorm Life Easier - A Freshmen Primer for Living in the Dorms

Moving into your first college or university's dorm is a big a milestone in your life. But how do you make the most of your dorm and college experience? Here's how!

Travel & Places
by Anita Keller
8 years ago
I Owe How Much? - What's Not Included In That All-Inclusive Cruise

Cruises are some of the most inexpensive vacation options out there. Most cruises are considered to be all-inclusive - your transportation, lodging, entertainment, food, and drink are all covered in the price - but there are some extras that are not covered. Here are a few of them...

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