Summer vacation time is here and whether you are planning a; “stay”cation, traditional vacation, a weekend get away or a two week excursion, these safety reminders will help give you peace of mind that your home is secure. Don’t be naive to think that your home or neighborhood is immune from robbery. Today’s economy has made us all vulnerable.
Regardless of whether or not you have an electronic safety system in your home, choose only a select few people whom you trust, to know the…
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Please list the name of your referred member of MyWorkButterfly.com below, along with your favorite Sesame Street character.
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For the THIRD year I am walking in honor of a few great and inspiring women. My Aunt Judy, Shelley, Marji Barks, Mrs. Guide and Alma Brown. These women are all amazing and have touched my life in ways I will never be able to explain. 3 of these women are survivors, 1 was recently diagnosed and 1 couragously fought until the end. Each step I take in my 39.3 mile journey will be for them and others like them. It will be for their families and friends that saw…Continue
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I live to exasperate my husband. I live for the eye roll. I find it very entertaining.
After a certain number of years together, this must be what they mean by spicing up the marriage, right?? Who’s with me?
What better way to pass the time and the years than by pushing the exact buttons you know lurk under the surface? (I realize that many of you out there right now either think I am evil or brilliant. It is a line I carefully walk.)
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If you’re a job seeker or thinking about looking, you’ve probably already given thought to your resume. That seems to be the first place we tend to go when we’re in that job search mode. I don’t agree it should be the first thing on our mind, though I do understand why. The resume is a representation of us as it relates to work experience and skills. It’s one of the most tangible elements in our job search, so we go to updating our resume as a sign of our control over the process. It is our…Continue
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Of all the questions surrounding the BP oil spill, perhaps the most baffling is: Why does BP CEO Tony Hayward…Continue
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Do you ever find yourself wondering, “Uhh, where did my sex life go, and why is it so hard to bring it back?” I have a person here that I married, and I SHOULD be able to have sex almost as much as I want, right?
Well, it just isn’t as easy as it sounds.
One night, my husband and I had DECIDED that we were going to have sex later that night. Yes, it was a decision. A very exciting decision.
But, first, before exciting…Continue
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I recently wrote an article for Hybrid Mom about the, ahem, sleep situation in my house. The situation being we get very little sleep. The article was also picked up by Yahoo Shine, and, wow, did some moms have something to say to me.
Pinkdazy chastised me fairly harshly, scolding…Continue
I recently heard the best advice on how to handle crippling fear.
I was listening to a women caller recently who expressed extreme fear
when contemplating taking the first step to market her business. She said she created her web copy, designed her…
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Bust out your iPads, iPhones and laptops, there are two noteworthy Butterfly blogs to read this week, submitted by some fabulously forthcoming moms:…
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Two years ago, our family sponsored a child in Costa Rica named Oscar Mario. He was the chosen one for very specific reasons – at the time, our family was a bit light in the boy department so we thought a male would even things out nicely. My eldest son was obsessed with Super Mario, so when we saw a child who had the name Mario, it was clearly a good fit.
The kiddos feel very connected with Oscar Mario – they send him letters and art work,…Continue
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