Buying content for your website or your blog is a perfectly above board and acceptable business practice. By buying content you remove the responsibility or task of creating original content off your list of priorities, giving you more freedom to perform the other aspects of your business – namely, the actual business side of running [...]
Archive for May, 2012
I had a friend I’d known since kindergarten. We grew up together, shared many memories and secret jokes, and were (at least I thought) “close.” But the friendship felt weird. Most conversations ended with me feeling bad. When I was going through a bad time, I actually hesitated to call her because I knew she [...]
Do you have baby gear you no longer use? Or are you thinking of upgrading your cell phone? The web is a great marketplace for secondhand items. You can sell that old stroller or gadget and use the money to buy something you really need. Here are some tips for finding customers and getting a [...]
Why spend a small fortune on fertilizer when you can create your own at a fraction of a price? These homemade fertilizers make use of readily available ingredients. It does take some time to put together, and the smell isn’t always pleasant, but your garden will thrive and your budget will remain intact.
Do you keep a prayer journal? It’s a wonderful way to spend time with God, deepen your faith. Rereading old entries can also help us remember the ways He works in your daily life. You’ll see how a situation is an answer to a prayer, or you’ll marvel at the grace He showers every day. [...]
This infographic about the 19 types of Christians will have you asking yourself whether you are truly religious, seriously spiritual or just following a trend. You will meet the 19 different kinds of Christians who live their lives in 19 different ways while still worshipping the same God. You will meet the Bandwagoners, those Christians [...]
We all have days when we wake up grumpy, tired, and feeling frumpy. Maybe we’re bloated from PMS; maybe we’ve just had a long week. But no matter how we feel, we can still look good—and sometimes looking good can help lift our mood or at least boost our confidence when we need it most. [...]
After two or more years of changing stinky diapers, moms are more than ready to start potty training their child. But potty training isn’t easy. There will be a lot of tears, arguments, and messy accidents. Here are some tips to make potty training go a lot smoother—for you and your child.