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  • New Year Resolutions For Pets

    New year, new you, but what about fido?  Director of Operations at Hollywood Feed, Brittany Gilliam hooked us up with three great ways to make sure your furry friend stays in shape. Start from the inside. While we drink mostly cows’ milk in the U.S., over 70% of the world drink goats’ milk , and it turns out it’s the most complete food now. Where talking vitamins, minerals, proteins, fats, and even probiotics for those troublesome tummies.  Just get some frozen goat’s […]

  • How to make the Freshest Margarita and the Mercadito for National Margarita Day

    It’s National Margarita Day and what better way to celebrate than make, you guessed it, Margaritas!? JP De Loera, Brand Ambassador for Milagro Tequila, shows Kevin Roth how to make the Freshest Margarita with Milagro Añejo and the Mercadito. The Freshest Margarita 2 parts Milagro Añejo Tequila 1 part fresh lime juice ¾ part agave nectar Glass: Rocks Garnish: Lime Round Directions: Combine ingredients in a shaker with ice and shake. Strain over fresh ice in a rocks glass and […]

  • Resume Rules You Shouldn’t Break

    So you’re in the market for a new job and writing up your resume is the next step. You’ve Googled tips on how to make yours the best, but you don’t like some of the suggestions you’ve found so you decide to make your resume your own. Well stop it! Here are some rules you need to stop breaking, according to Forbes: First up, keep your resume simple  Don’t make a really complicated resume with too many colors and quirky descriptions for […]

  • What Kids Like About Sidewalk Chalk Paint

    If there’s anything kids love, it’s making a mess.  So why not be able to make a mess AND be creative at the same time?  That’s where RoseArt’s Washable Sidewalk Chalk Paint comes in!  You know RoseArt, they make crayons, markers, colored pencils, paints and more!  Well, their new Washable Sidewalk Chalk Paint comes in Neon Jumbo Paint Markers, Neon Washable Sidewalk Chalk, the Glitter Rainbow Roller, and the Spray Painter with Stencils.  And since this is for kids, Eye […]

  • How To Be Politically Polite

    Even when it’s not an election year,  people get pretty heated about politics.  Whether it’s in person, or on social media, there are folks that aren’t shy about their opinions. So how do you navigate all those situations?  Just ask National Etiquette Expert,  Diane Gottsman. She says, “It all boils down to one word: and that’s respect.”  So what are you putting out there?  Are you being offensive?  Will what you say or post come rub people the wrong way?  […]

  • Throw The Perfect #TBT Party

    Everyone loves throwing a great cocktail party in the Spring but how do you create a fun night that isn’t your regular, old cocktail party? Nowadays, everyone is so into social media – so why not throw a #TBT (Throwback Thursday) Party! Entertaining Expert Paul Zahn has three budget-friendly tips to help you throw the best Throwback Thursday party ever. First up, make a candy bar. Put out some classic candies from your childhood like Smarties, Dum-Dum Lollipops, Pop Rocks, Air […]

  • What NOT To Do If You Want To Succeed

    It’s not far-fetched to say most people want to be successful.  But it’s not always easy. Just being GOOD at your job isn’t usually enough. There are a few things you might be doing that could actually be hurting your chances at being successful at work. So, here are three tips from Fortune to help you make those fat stacks. Don’t over-share at work Yes, you might have some good friends at work – people you go out to eat […]

  • The Hum: A Strange Sound Heard Around The World

    The Hum. It’s a strange, low-frequency vibration or noise that has been reported by individuals and entire towns, for over 30 years. The Hum has been described as sounding like a diesel engine idling or a distant buzz in the air. Incidents of the strange noise have been reported as early as the 1970’s in Britain, dubbed The Bristol Hum. This phenomenon has become an international news story with reports of it in Taos, New Mexico, Auckland, New Zealand and now […]

  • A Day in History: March 22nd

    Who knew March 22, 2016 was so historical?! In 1457, Gutenberg Bible became the first printed book to be mass-produced. Thomas Jefferson in 1790, became the first US Secretary of State. In 1872, Illinois became the first state to require sexual equality in employment, meaning women were allowed the opportunity to join every profession. In 1946, the 1st US rocket to ever leave the Earth’s atmosphere flew 50 miles up. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in 1972, was named MVP by the NBA. […]

  • Some Good News To Brighten Up Your Day

    A man finally gets his wish to take his wife on a honeymoon.  Mike and Cynthia Lavorin married seven years ago, but didn’t get to take a honeymoon after Mike was diagnosed with brain cancer shortly before wedding. Mike’s situation is terminal, so Cynthia contacted the Dream Foundation. This dream-granting organization for terminally ill adults and their families granted his final wish: to take the honeymoon they never had. Volunteers are needed to cuddle newborns in North Carolina.  Babies in hospital neonatal […]

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