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Dogs With Cabin Fever

Dogs With Cabin Fever Just because the dog days of summer are long gone doesn’t mean you can check out of exercise with your dog. While winter may limit outdoor time with your pooch, daily exercise and stimulation is still extremely important f...
by Wiggleless on Nov 6, 2015

How to Care Your Face Naturally

How to care your face naturally – Tips on caring for the face naturally, which the blog about Health and Beauty Tips offered to you is suitable for you who love natural things. As much you know that face is one of the limbs that could describe the...
by Health Information on Nov 2, 2015

Best Songs About Not Caring What Others Think Or Say

Attention!!!We all judge others and are judged in return. While most of us can take the criticism and the convoluted rumours and stories, some of us find it difficult to cope with public opinion, peer pressure, and blatant judgment. It's all about th...
by Major Maestro on Oct 29, 2015

Safe Trick or Treating

Its the one holiday you get to be whoever/whatever you want and eat way too much candy. We would all like to think that Halloween is full of harmless tricks and sweet treats, although not everyone is aware of the hazards that could occur if you&...
by The Recess Blog on Oct 27, 2015

6 Tips for Comforting & Caring For Your Sick Child

Every day we’re presented with opportunities to show we care about people, but despite our best intentions, these moments often get overlooked. Kleenex Brand has inspired me to be actively looking for ways to comfort and care for people, but espec...
by Our Holly Days on Oct 22, 2015

Caring For Your Senior Dog

Senior Dog Care Seasons of Change I love the changing of the seasons and even though we live in the very temperate state of CA, there is a certain smell and taste in the senses when fall arrives. Pumpkins pop out on porches and ghoulish delights hang...
by Wiggleless on Oct 17, 2015

Shared passions: Staying connected through food

Share the story about the Greats in your life to win a copy of Matt Moran's book Matt's Kitchen Garden.
by vegeTARAian on Oct 13, 2015

Tips on Caring for Birds

There are many kinds of domesticated birds. Each has a different way of treatment. This time we will be discussed ...
by Save Our Pet Now on Sep 29, 2015

Am I my brother's keeper?

And Cain talked with Abel his brother: and it came to pass, when they were in the field, that Cain rose up against Abel his brother, and slew him.  And the Lord said unto Cain, Where is Abel thy brother? And he said, I know not: Am I m...
by FireSpeaks on Sep 14, 2015

A Cost Analysis

Interested parties (mainly in South Dakota) wanted an asylum established exclusively for insane Indians, and tried to make a case for it. They met with a complete lack of support from the superintendent (William W. Godding) of the only other federal...

Tips for Caring for a Stroke Patient

Anyone can have a stroke, though they are much more common in elderly people. The risk of having a stroke roughly doubles each decade after the age of 55. Apart from age, there are other risk factors involved. Women have strokes more often than men,...
by Beauty Tips on Sep 3, 2015

When Dogs Itch

When Dogs Itch As we begin to wrap up our Summer fun, it’s important to remember that our pups aren’t out of the red zone just yet when it comes to fleas, ticks, and other creepy crawlers. Skin irritants and hot spots are a real pain to your pup.
by Wiggleless on Sep 2, 2015

Keeping and Caring for Eye Health

Keeping and caring for eye health – Have a sense of vision or eye is healthy, beautiful and normal would be the desire of every person. And if it is true it has certainly would be a blessing and grace of its own for its owner. Because everyone natu...
by Health Information on Aug 28, 2015

Building Fine Motor Skills

Developing fine motor skills is something so integral to a young developing mind. Many activities that a child learns naturally such as crawling, walking, and jumping tend to happen naturally the longer a child is alive. These activities are referred...
by The Recess Blog on Aug 24, 2015

Empathy: Feeling sad for one death. Not caring for millions… All a matter of choice.

ONE death is a tragedy. One million is a statistic. You’ve probably heard this saying before. It is thought to …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Aug 24, 2015

My Desert Dweller Skin Care Routine

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ANaturalClean #CollectiveBias As a desert dweller, my skin care routine is a little different to account for the dry climate. With already dryne...
by Our Holly Days on Aug 13, 2015

First Aid Kit For Dogs

What Is A First Aid Kit For Dogs? Good pet parents are in tune with their pet’s health and wellbeing but even if you provide your pup with the appropriate diet, checks ups, grooming and lots of TLC—accidents and emergencies can still happen! Be P...
by Wiggleless on Aug 4, 2015


How to Start a Successful Tangled Hair, Hair Braiding, Hair Extension and Dreadlock Removal BusinessHair braiding, hair extensions, hair weaving and dreadlocks have been hairstyle techniques used for more than 2000 years. After a period of time every...
by Fashion and style on Aug 4, 2015

9 Local Hiking Trails Waiting To Be Explored By Curious Adventure Seekers

9 Local Hiking Trails Waiting To Be Explored By Curious Adventure Seekers | For those who love adventure activities like hiking, I think you should try one of the 9 local hiking trails or maybe you want to try all of them. These breathaking hiki...
by Murni Mohd Yusof on Jul 28, 2015

My Final Goodbye to the Life I Once Knew

Death is never easy. It doesn’t matter if you are friend, family, blood, had just a short relationship, or knew someone forever. While I cannot compare the love I have for grandma with anyone else’s, I can say I am … Continue readin...
by Complete Bliss on Jul 22, 2015

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