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Staying Together...for the children?

Posted March 17, 2008 by Maggie Wells

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You and your beloved husband are no longer the apple of each others' eye. Should you stay together or should you join the ranks of the single parents out there? What's more important at this stage of the game, your own emotional and sexual fulfillment or both of you being there day in and day out for your children? Is there a hope of rekindling?

No Birth Control Method Left

Posted January 31, 2008 by Maggie Wells

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What do you do for birth control when there doesn't seem to be a method left that works for you and you don't want to tie the tubes yet just in case? One woman's sad and funny trip to the gynecologist's office...

Review of Table for Eight: Raising a Large Family in a Small-Family World

Posted January 14, 2008 by Linsey Knerl

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I don’t consider us to be a big family. Others will disagree. I do admit, however, that I could use some help from those that have been in the large-family trenches and have come out with all their limbs intact. That’s what Table for Eight: Raising a Large Family in a Small-Family World aims to do. I have found that not only does author Meagan Francis do this with humor and compassion, but the book is relevant for families of any size!

Three Easy Ways to Save Money by Eating at Home

Posted January 10, 2008 by Lela Davidson

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Eating at home is easier than you think. With a little planning and a few strategies, you can save money, avoid the drive-through, and possibly even drop a few fudge-induced holiday pounds.

Go Veggie for Health and Profit: Easy Ways to Feed Your Family More Vegetables and Save Money

Posted January 7, 2008 by Lela Davidson

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Eating vegetarian isn't all about tofu and brown rice, and it doesn't have to be a total lifestyle change. Adding just a few veggie-licious meals to your family's diet can have a huge impact on your budget.

Cut Your Grocery Bill with a Savvy List

Posted December 20, 2007 by Lela Davidson

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Saving money on groceries is simple when you employ a few tricks. Let these tips get you off to a good start after New Year's!

Home Education for the Future Heisman Trophy Winner

Posted December 17, 2007 by Linsey Knerl

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Many parents I have met love the idea of home education. Despite their belief in the process, however, they often close the door on the opportunity due to concern that their child won’t be able to fully participate in all that the world of sports has to offer. This year’s award of the Heisman Trophy to homeschooler Tim Tebow has opened the minds of many to the options available for those parents wanting the best of both worlds.

Put Your House in a Box

Posted December 13, 2007 by Lela Davidson

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Self-service container moving companies offer an affordable alternative to full service movers. Busy families pack at their own pace and the company picks up the box and takes it to your new home.

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