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  • Tips On How To Plan Out College
  • by Wendy Miller
  • You want to have everything under control as you embark upon your college days, and you want to cater to an experience that will bring many good things your way.
  • Handicapped Dating: What Your Guy's Date Venue Reveals About Him
  • by Andrea Carless
  • You are ready to go on a date, you are all pumped up and prepared. Your make-up is set, you have worn your best clothes (nothing too fancy) and now you are just waiting for him. Your date now picks you up and now you are headed to your date venue. Well, don't be surprised if the choices for your dating venue actually helps reveal his personality. Check them out.
  • Don't Dread Planning Your Big Wedding Day
  • by Wendy Miller
  • When planning your wedding, try picking out a theme for your big day. When you have a wedding theme, you will be focused on what you need for that theme.
  • Single Parents Dating: 5 Tips When Dating A Single Parent
  • by Andrea Carless
  • Single parents are one of the strongest people that I know. They can manage their career, their family and every other side line they have. If you find yourself attracted to someone and discover that they have children, will you pursue it? Are you ready to date a single mom or dad? Here are a few tips that we can offer to help you understand and wind your way through dating single parents.
  • Professional Dating: 4 Tips In Bringing Out The Best In Your Partner
  • by Andrea Carless
  • If you are one of the successful singles who have found their matches in professional dating then good for you! Having someone beside you is a great feeling. Someone whom you can talk to, share your time and have mutual feelings with. You would want to nurture this budding relationship and make it stronger. So how do you do that with your present partner?
  • Disabled Dating: Tips For Dating Someone Who Is Blind
  • by Andrea Carless
  • Being robbed of of your sight is very challenging, that's why I respect blind people a lot. Even though they lack one of the most important senses, they can still lead fulfilling lives. Are you one of those people who wouldn't mind disabled dating, like someone who is blind? Or are you already thinking of asking out someone who is visually challenged?
  • Disabled Dating: The Types of Dating Personalities Women Want To Date
  • by Andrea Carless
  • To men, women are just as confusing to figure out as a jigsaw puzzle. Sometimes it's just really hard to figure them out. Same goes in disabled dating, women are just as tough to decipher. Well let us help understand how a woman's mind thinks. We'll let you in about what types of men women would want to date.
  • Easy Home Business Tips From The Experts
  • by Alan Chapman
  • Making a success of any home business venture takes time, dedication and helpful information. If you take the time to learn the best moves to make in a home office business, you have a greater chance at making your investment pay off for you. Reading this information is a great first-step to success!
  • How To Make The Most Out Of Your Fire opal
  • by Alan Chapman
  • Buying or selling Fire opal can be very intimidating to someone who has never done it before. It can easily lead to a bit of information overload because of all the resources available to those new to Fire opal practices. Below are some tips to assist you in getting all of this information organized to where you can start buying and selling Fire opal much smarter.
  • The Hypocrisy of the NAACP
  • by Carolina Sistah
  • The NAACP, once a bastion of defense against racial discrimination, has become a defender of gender and racially-based abortion. Who will protect our minority babies?
  • The Truth About 6 Cigar Myths
  • by Horatio Green
  • As with anything, there are plenty of myths, some more obscure than others within the cigar smoking world. Just like fishermen, cigar smokers share one thing. They can both spin some tall tales. With each telling of the tale, the fish becomes larger and more difficult to catch or the cigar myths become more elaborate. Let's look into some of these tall tales on smoking stogies to separate truth from fiction.
  • Communication and How You Can Improve
  • by Alexandru Fetcu
  • Communication is very important; it is the key to anything. In making friendships, striking business contracts, impressing people and even getting yourself a life partner - you cannot do any of these without talking to someone
  • Accessorize Your Wedding Day With Jewelry
  • by Leeanne Kunnert
  • Your wedding day is one of the most important days in your life. All eyes are on you. It is fascinating as well as a bit scary and intimidating. For brides that are not accustomed to being the center of attention it can be a bit overwhelming.
  • Wedding Jewelry Considerations
  • by Leeanne Kunnert
  • It's that time of year, wedding season. The spring and summer season is a busy time of year for many different types of celebrations including getting married. Jewelry becomes a hot seller amongst online jewelry companies as well right around this time, coincidence? We think not.
  • Sometimes To Get Attention You Have To Put Your Partner First
  • by Wade Anders
  • How many relationships that you know of have died on the vine simply because one or the other person, or maybe even both, didn't feel as if they were understood? How many times do we see someone in a relationship have an affair, and when you ask them how it happened, the answer was something close to; "I feel a connection, like he (she) gets me."
  • Social Media & Celebrity: A Perfect Fit
  • by Kaelyn Kelly-Colon
  • For those of us who are younger and grew up with web-based technology, it is really hard to imagine a time when entertainment and the web didn't really overlap - an era where you had to collect magazine clippings if you wanted to revisit favorite interviews, or see all the possible photos in circulation of your favorite actor, musician, or comedian. However, social media has changed all that.
  • Who You Calling Racist?
  • by Carolina Sistah
  • Is prejudice and racism the same thing? Can individuals have one without the other? Can one not have either? Read my article and see what you think.
  • Adapting and Changing in a Social Media World
  • by Tamara Day
  • We live in a world where every minute of every day can be documented by video and posted on the internet. We can download apps to our phones that will broadcast satellite images of locations around the world as well as pinpoint exactly where we are at that moment. We plan class reunions with long-lost friend using social media sites. Want to catch up with someone from your past? We Google them. Social media consumes us everywhere we look.
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