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Fast And Furious (And Bizarre)

Anne Middleton
November 18th, 2015

In America, we embrace our fast paced life, no-waiting culture and we readily admit that patience is a virtue most of us do not possess.   No wonder we have a hankering for fast food.  This conveyor belt industry in the United States includes in excess of 223,000 establishments.   But craving greasy, primarily non-nutritious meals is not limited to our stars and stripes nation. We now present some of the most outlandish food creations introduced worldwide in drive-through and on premise restaurants.   • Stuffed Crusts
o We love our stuffed pizza crust…extra cheese oozing from every bite.

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Super-Sized

Anne Middleton
November 17th, 2015

Sometimes bigger IS better. Eight thousand square feet.  That humungous number represents the size of the new gargantuan Verizon store. Verizon Wireless, our nation's largest and most reliable 4G LTE network serving over 108.6 million retail customers, has thrown open their doors to their enormous new flagship West Coast retail location in Santa Monica, California. Within the walls of this colossal retailer, it is commonplace to become submerged into hands-on experiences.  Inside this amazing, aesthetically pleasing structure you’ll explore Verizon’s hands-on lifestyle shopping approach with fun, interactive "lifestyle zones.

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Ridiculous Things To Do With Thanksgiving Leftovers

Anne Middleton
November 16th, 2015

Without fail in November, every website, talk show, magazine, radio station and family member feels obligated to communicate their “finest methods for using Thanksgiving leftovers.”  They deliver endless recipes and more recipes until we want to shriek in an ear-splitting tone, “Stop with the food talk!” Every single person who celebrates this festive gobble-gobble holiday finds themselves on turkey overload and fatigue.  After a huge consumption of the holiday meal, even the consideration of turkey tacos or sweet potato smoothies makes us queasy and turns our stomachs.

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The Trendiest Pacifier

Anne Middleton
November 12th, 2015

Could tablets become the new pacifier for babies?  A just released study by the renowned Albert Einstein Medical Center found that 92% percent of kids have used a mobile device before their first birthday.

Your eyes are not deceiving you….before they reach the ripe old age of one, this survey revealed that just about every wholesome child in the study had interfaced with these nifty electronic devices. And a quarter of parents with kids aged 1 or younger say their children managed to engage in using the tablet “just fine” without any assistance.

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Mountain State Shoes

Anne Middleton
November 12th, 2015

When we think West Virginia, we usually think coal.  Coal is an important resource in West Virginia but there’s so much more to discuss when it comes to West Virginia. Let’s take an amble across West Virginia in some Mountain State shoes.  You’ll feel like a millionaire in Bramwell, West Virginia’s Millionaire’s Town.  Lined with mansions of yesteryear from prior coal booms, a trek to Bramwell is glimpse into the largesse of decades gone by.  You’ll look and feel like an opulent diva in the Glitter Glam Boots by Boston Proper.  Dress them up or dress them down.

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Badger State Style

Anne Middleton
November 11th, 2015

The Badger State is probably more renowned for its dairy cows.  Good to know if you’re planning and excursion to Wisconsin.  Milk the most out of your trip to Wisconsin, especially when you sojourn shod in new Wisconsin-inspired footwear.  If life feels like a circus, embrace it in Wisconsin, site of the Circus World in the city of Baraboo.  The site is the original headquarters of Ringling Bros. Circus and boasts an impressive collection of circus history curiosities.  You’ll feel like a ringmaster of yesteryear walking among the world’s largest collection of circus wagons.

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Travel Wyoming

Anne Middleton
November 11th, 2015

The natural scenic grandeur of Wyoming cannot be understated.  The topography and pristine wildlands make this a nature-lovers must-go destination.  Wyoming awaits you, so put some shoes on!  We’ll help you save on shoes. Where there are the embers of campfires, there are likely to be cowboys and Wyoming is no exception.  Shell is the home of The Hideout, a dude ranch that’s got an array of activities to entertain seasoned and novitiate ranch hands alike.  Not good with equine?  You can go on a paleontological dig too.

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The Madness Of Knitting

Anne Middleton
November 9th, 2015

No matter what city, state or country you reside in, it is not uncommon to see a middle-aged woman intently intertwining two needles in the effort to create a masterpiece from yarn. Most of us have either received or know someone who has been presented with a “loving hands from home” garment created by their aunt, mother or grandmother. But no longer are afghans or sweaters that are woven the only merchandise that appears from knitting. We were astonished to see these innovative items constructed from simple threads. • Knitted Cactus: No need to fret if you do not possess a green thumb.

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Shoe Picks For Post-Pregnancy

Anne Middleton
November 6th, 2015

The average baby born weighs in at 7 lb. 5 oz, but recently a baby born in the UK arrived in the world at a whopping 15lb 4 oz.  Sure, we’ve all heard of post-baby workouts, mommy makeovers, but what about changes to your feet? Scientists have discovered that pregnant women’s feet length increased between 2 and 10 millimeters (about 0.1 to 0.4 inches).  Overall, about 60 to 70 percent of the women had longer feet and shorter arches after childbirth.  Post-partum, you don’t have to sacrifice style for comfort.  Here are our top picks for fashionable, post-birthing shoes. 1.

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Homemade Wrapping Paper

Anne Middleton
November 5th, 2015

With Christmas coming you may be feeling penurious.  Sure, you have gifts to lavish, charities to support, soirees to plan.  One thing I always forget to budget for is wrapping paper.  And then, days before Santa’s polar sojourn, I find myself languishing in retail hell, at a big box store, paying way too much for wrapping paper.  Santa, I tried to be a good girl in the budget department.  I really tried.  No more withering away in the Christmas aisle to find bargain (lackluster) holiday paper.  I am planning ahead by making my own.  Here’s a few ideas.  You can buy plain white or brown paper in bulk from Ikea or the butcher.

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