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Making Hard-Cooked Eggs

Hard cooked eggs

There is a variety of methods to hard-cook eggs e.g. oven baked, steamed, boiled and pressure cooked. Experiment with them and see what works best.

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Gifts for mom that are free (almost) for Mother’s Day

gifts for mom that are free

Our list of free (almost) gift ideas for Mother's Day. Gifts that are thoughtful and will be appreciated.

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DIY Graduation Party Decor

DIY graduation party decor

DIY graduation party decor is fun to make, and there are many options to choose from. Pick your theme and colors and start planning from there.

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Colorful Smoke Bomb Photography

smoke bomb photography

A fast-growing trend is smoke bomb photography. Smoke bombs provide a colorful smoke haze that can highlight photos of such events as weddings, proms, Halloween; and gender reveals.

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Are You at Risk For Kidney Failure?

stethoscope and lap top

Do you know the risk factors for kidney failure? Learn what they are and what you can do to prevent it.

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Contact lenses in before make-up

contact lenses

Quick list of contact lenses care you may have forgotten. Never mix contact lenses with water. Water contains bacteria.

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What is the dif between helicopter and lawnmower parenting?

What is the dif between helicopter and lawnmower parenting?--How to avoid being one... dobibe.com

Defining what helicopter and lawnmower parenting is. Why it is harmful and how to parent more effectively.

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How to make a vintage chalk paint mason jar

A simple, quick and inexpensive project that looks great. The video is below. For written instructions go to article-Antique, Distressed Mason Jars Antique, Distressed Mason Jars Enjoy!!

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Transitioning Summer Clothes to Fall

picture quote transitioning summer clothes

Tips on transitioning summer clothes to fall. Easy quick ideas and tips on how to layer clothes.

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The Last Line of Defense Against Medication Errors: What You Need to Know to Keep your Family Safe

medicine and bottle

Copyright © 2004 Timothy McNamara, MD, MPH This is a true story. Yesterday, I picked up a new antibiotic prescription for my daughter from my local pharmacy. (We recently adopted my daughter from India where she had recurrent ear infections resulting in severe hearing loss. And, she is about to undergo the second of several planned surgeries in order to …

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