Home & Family Articles
  • Good Grief, What Good is it?
  • by Evelyn Cole
  • Anger and grief satisfy basic need for security, approval or control. Hanging on to either feeling has hidden reasons.
  • How to Select Art for Your Home
  • by Lynne Taetzsch
  • Where to find fine art iin your community and on the internet; how to select art that will complement your home decor utilizing color, size and style; how to exhibit are in your home to show it off to its best advantage.
  • If the Wedding Crasher Comes
  • by Richard Keir
  • How to be prepared for a wedding crasher. What to think about when you consider security needs for your wedding and reception and some alternatives to handle wedding crashers.
  • How to make Delicious, Natural Mouthwatering Liqueurs
  • by Mirko Davidovic
  • Liqueurs are alcoholic beverages usually 30% of alcohol by volume. They are sweet in nature with a variety of flavours. Ethanol is an alcohol being used for consumption. It has excellent extracting capabilities from organic compounds such as fruits and herbs, which is what we are after. The color, flavor and aroma will come from the type of fruit used . .
  • What Every Work from Home "Want to Be" Should Know, Before Diving into Telecommuting
  • by Tara Brewer
  • Thousands of employees are coveting the chance to clock in from their home office. A fortunate few have earned this position through their workplace, Others are tired of waiting for their employer to offer this opportunity, so they are jumping ship and abandoning the job that once held the promise of security, for instability-- and trading in the title of payroll employee for independent contractor.
  • Suddenly... Condensation!
  • by Mark Meshulam
  • Window frost and condensation can be a sudden, noticeable and quite misunderstood phenomenon. Here is what it is all about.
  • Crockpot Cooking Safety Tips
  • by Tony Buel
  • When it comes to preparing foods properly in a slow cooker, it never hurts to review a few safety tips.
  • The Dangers Of Identity Theft
  • by Dan Farrell
  • You might not even realize that you are a victom of identity theft...a growing and menacing threat to your credit and financial security. Find out more with this article
  • by Sheila Anderson
  • Often the fondest childhood memories stem from family traditions that were lovingly repeated throughout the years. Family traditions have family at the center of a celebration spending time together and creating lasting memories. If you don't already have a family Valentine's Day tradition, why not start one this year.
  • What's for Dinner?
  • by Tony Buel
  • You will be amazed at the versatility of a crockpot / slow cooker. It will save you a lot of money and free up a lot of your valuable time. Many have been re-discovering this fact. Prove it to yourself!
  • Heavy Metals and its Relation to Childhood Disorders: Is Your Toddler Toxic?
  • by Paula Rothstein
  • Ideally to protect our children from toxic overload, we need to start lowering their exposure to chemicals at the earliest age possible. The problem stems from the fact that children are affected by much smaller levels of chemicals than those considered safe for adults. Childhood disorders such as ADHD, ADD, autism, dyslexia and some forms of cancer have all been linked to toxic overload. The numbers of these cases are increasing each year.
  • How To Grow A Zen Child (Growing Happy, Healthy Children Naturally)
  • by Brenda Shoshanna
  • When children are raised naturally, in keeping with their own true hearts, it is common for them to be healthy, expressive and creative. This article shows how to apply the principles of Zen to raising your child, and in the process growing happy yourself. Specific steps are included. Article is by well known psychologist, author and Zen practitioner.
  • A Wedding For What?
  • by Richard Keir
  • A less than idyllic examination of what a wedding is for, what marriage is about and some of the problems are that impact a marriage - and some ideas about how to succeed at marriage.
  • Diamond Jewelry Care
  • by Keith Thompson
  • How to care for and keep your diamonds sparkling for eons to come!
  • A Case for Blotter Art
  • by Mary Desaulniers
  • Going through her childhood photo albums, the author catches a glimpse of Anna in the early grades, a quiet girl who in grade 4 pointed the way to freedom of expression. There is a lesson here that comes in handy for parents and grandparents.
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