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  • Gift-giving Ideas for the Service Providers in Your Life

    Gift-giving Ideas for the Service Providers in Your Life

    You've baked the cookies, you've wrapped the gifts and you've watched all of the traditional television Christmas movies. You're feeling accomplished and ahead of the game, until your babysitter rings the doorbell and you realize you forgot to include her in your holiday shopping.While giving gifts…

    by Jessa McClure
    Posted December 17, 2014

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  • You Don’t Have to Spend Much to Score Big with a Coach’s Gift

    You Don’t Have to Spend Much to Score Big with a Coach’s Gift

    As the calendar comes to a close, so might your children's sports and activities. If you had a great experience with your child's coach or instructor, it might be nice to give them a little something to show how much their time and dedication meant to your family.If the idea of giving a gift seems…

    by Jessa McClure
    Posted November 26, 2014

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  • Your Holiday Leftovers Could Help You Relax

    Your Holiday Leftovers Could Help You Relax

    When the guests have all gone and the children are content with their new treasures, it's time to take a moment and relax. Because the holidays have left you with a monetary deficit and an abundance of leftovers, you probably don't have enough money for a trip to the spa.So, take the pumpkin puree,…

    by Jessa McClure
    Posted November 25, 2014

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  • Holidays with Intention

    Holidays with Intention

    Like it or not, the holidays are officially upon us, and like so many things, we all feel differently about everything that entails.  Regardless of how you feel about the holidays, it is the time of the year when we are all running at full speed.  To make the most of this "Most Wonderful…

    by Jennifer Snyder
    Posted November 03, 2014

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  • 5 Inexpensive Date Night Ideas That Will Help You Reconnect

    5 Inexpensive Date Night Ideas That Will Help You Reconnect

    Here are some date night ideas to rekindle your relationship without spending a lot of money. 

    Jessa McClure
    Posted October 28, 2014

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  • Eliminating What Makes You Feel Bad

    Eliminating What Makes You Feel Bad

    We all have stuff. Some stuff serves a defined purpose, whether decorative or utilitarian in nature. Others take us places in our hearts and minds; photos of a wonderful vacation or a special gift from a treasured friend.

    Jennifer Snyder
    Posted April 24, 2014

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  • Habits of Organized People

    Habits of Organized People

    Week after week I give a lot of advice on getting organized. We can organize just about anything but if we continue doing the same things we've always done, we will be met with nothing more than frustration and shame. Here is a crash course in how to be organized.

    Jennifer Snyder
    Posted April 08, 2014

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  • Managing Your Digital To-Read Pile

    Managing Your Digital To-Read Pile

    We all love interesting information and it is everywhere. According to the New York Times, the average person is exposed to more than 100,000 words every day – that is the equivalent of 175 newspapers worth of information. To get a clear picture, that is the equivalent of covering the entire…

    Jennifer Snyder
    Posted April 01, 2014

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  • How to Be an Organized Patient

    How to Be an Organized Patient

     Going to visit the doctor can be intimidating – especially if you try to make the most of your time with your doctor. Albeit, when you don't feel well it is difficult to have everything together but getting into the habit of being prepared is the ideal way to be a good patient.Here is what…

    Jennifer Snyder
    Posted February 25, 2014

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  • A Typical Tuesday

    A Typical Tuesday

    Many people have a hard time giving definition to what a "normal" day would look like and although each of us lead very different lives, this is one example of a typical Tuesday. The relevance of this day-example is to show how a little bit of effort each day can keep most people's homes in good…

    Jennifer Snyder
    Posted January 14, 2014

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