In Honor of the Pi Day, A Workout That Matches Your Love for Pie

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In Honor of the Pi Day, A Workout That Matches Your Love for Pie

This Saturday, March 14, 2015, or should I say 3/14/15, is a day of celebration for the most famous irrational number: pi. Simplified from its infinite digits to 3.14, the more precise number is 3.14159265359(…). That means for the first, … Continue reading →Read More

Free Printable Super Bowl XLIX Bingo Cards

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Free Printable Super Bowl XLIX Bingo Cards

This Sunday at 6:30 PM ET, millions of people in America and overseas will tune in to watch the culmination of the football season — the Super Bowl. The Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots will battle it out in … Continue reading →Read More

13 New Words, Phrases, and Acronyms for 2015

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13 New Words, Phrases, and Acronyms for 2015

At the risk of sounding like my father, here are 13 relatively new words, phrases, and acronyms to listen for in 2015. Some have been bubbling up for a couple years, garnering grass roots legitimacy. The newer words have been … Continue reading →Read More

What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?

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What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?

Maybe it’s much too early in the game, but we thought we’d ask you just the same. What are you doing on New Year’s Eve? As the year draws to a close, we know you want to find a way … Continue reading →Read More

5 Around-the-World Christmas Traditions to Try This Year

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5 Around-the-World Christmas Traditions to Try This Year

While countries all over the world celebrate Christmas differently, one thing’s the same: Christmas is about spreading joy and happiness no matter which language you speak. This Christmas, take the opportunity to learn how other cultures spread happiness across the … Continue reading →Read More

How to Exercise Your Rights When Confronted by Police

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How to Exercise Your Rights When Confronted by Police

Recent tragedies have created tension between officers and civilians: fear in the law enforcement, and anger in civilians. It’s important to know your responsibilities along with your rights if you’re confronted by a police officer. You have the right: To … Continue reading →Read More

Anna Post’s 6 Tips on How to Buy the Perfect Gift

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Anna Post’s 6 Tips on How to Buy the Perfect Gift

I recently got some solid advice from Anna Post, great-great granddaughter of Emily Post (yes, she of Etiquette fame). These the tips she shared with me on how to pick the perfect present for everyone on your gift list. 1. No Gift Cards Though she’s not entirely anti-gift … Continue reading →Read More

5 Sneakily Educational Toys to Grab This Black Friday

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5 Sneakily Educational Toys to Grab This Black Friday

This week is Black Friday, and if you’re one of the early and expert shoppers amongst us, you might be looking forward to finishing up your holiday shopping before noon on Friday. Picking out children’s toys can be pretty challenging. You … Continue reading →Read More

14 Great Cheap First Dates for Every Type of Couple

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14 Great Cheap First Dates for Every Type of Couple

If you’re a habitual “first dater,” you’re probably spending a lot of money on typical first date things like trendy dinners, complicated cocktails, art house movies – your typical first date expenditures. Let me be the first to say this: … Continue reading →Read More

9 Things to Do When You Hit the NaNoWriMo Wall

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9 Things to Do When You Hit the NaNoWriMo Wall

An actual mid-month NaNoWriMo support group “write-in.” National Novel Writing Month is all fun and games (until you lose all hope and sink into a deep pit of creative despair which usually happens around week three). Seriously though, did no one warn you … Continue reading →Read More

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