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A recent study shows that being a “non-conformist” is actually more attractive to the opposite gender. The Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin is encouraging women to fly their freak flag a little a bit more and shed the stereotype of the submissive woman. Here’s a few freaktastic dating site, we bet you didn’t know existed: 1. Mullet Passions: The site for people who have and love people who have mullets. Redneck rendezvous for romance are available on this site, which is part of a larger network of social-media oriented Passions sites like Voodoo Passions, Plumber Passions and Taxidermy Passions.Read Now »
You’ve been tasked to bring something to the PTA’s Silent Auction. You fill with dread. Marjorie is bringing a spa pedicure gift certificate. Lois is bringing another one of her kitschy quilts. The Grangers always have those weird lumber sculptures their creepy uncle makes. You’re not crafty and you’re not rich either. Assemble an auto-inspired gift basket. Basket plus filler plus shrink wrap plus goodies plus a bow are the basics of the gift basket. The question becomes what to fill it with. Men often get left out when it comes to these silent auctions.Read Now »
If you’re a small business owner, you may be doing your own payroll. Payroll is a chore and can eat up oodles of productive time. If you’re till pouring over manila timecards and clocking in and out on clunky time clocks, it’s time to update your payroll methods for September, National Payroll Month. You may wax nostalgic about those manila punch cards your family business has been using since you were a teen. If your Uncle Ned’s hardware shop is completely analog, show him some nifty software.Read Now »
You may not hear the crunch of autumn leaves underfoot just yet, but if you’ve been shopping over the Labor Day Weekend you’ve probably noticed a sure sign of the resurgence of fall: black shoes. The fashion maxim of not wearing white after Labor Day has greatly relaxed since our grandmas and moms ditched their girdles. However, retailers online and offline are just now trotting out inky-hued shoes and we’ve found the best for your fall social calendar: 1. Peruse the Pumpkin Patch—Fall proffers pumpkin patches and corn mazes galore. Pitter patter in the pumpkin patch in the flocculent, comfortable Chickaree boot by UGG.Read Now »
The Natural State, Arkansas, is known for being the home of the Clintons, having superb diamonds and quartz crystal. If you’re from Arkansas, or just visiting, get into the Arkansas state of mind by getting some shoes fit for your Ozark adventure. Boston Proper’s Colorful Mystique Flat is perfect for any Little Rock Soiree or backyard barbecue. Reminiscent of the state’s famed Uncle Sam diamond, your shoes will gleam like diamonds you’d find at Crater of Diamonds State Park--the only place on the North American continent where you can dig for diamonds for a small fee and keep what you find.Read Now »
Lactation is not something women normally think about unless they have to lactate. It’s not featured in glossy magazines like Cosmo very often and it’s a sometimes headline when a women decides to breastfeed in a public place. Teaching a baby to suckle is as old as humanity itself—that’s why humans are considered mammals! Now, breastfeeding has gotten a high tech revamp with mobile phones and devices. Breastfeeding looks simple enough but many women struggle. There’s also a myriad of considerations to factor in, such as timing of feedings and making sure new moms have the nutritional intake needed to sustain nursing.Read Now »
Idaho may be one of the most under-rated states in the Union. The potato has taken over the identity of this entire state. It’s time to liberate Idaho from the tyranny of the potato. Let’s unpack things you may not know about Idaho. There must have been an incident that involved fishing gone awry because both the state itself and the city of Boise have very peculiar laws on the books about fishing. In Boise, residents may not fish from a giraffe’s back. In the entire state of Idaho, you may not fish on a camel’s back. There’s 56,000 acres of fishing and boating at the American Fall’s Reservoir.Read Now »
The week after Labor Day is considered a sort of second New Year. The summer heat may have drained your oomph a bit. Or maybe it was the non-stop weekend getaways from weddings to camping trips and sports tournaments to family reunions. Or worse yet, maybe it was just one too many corn dogs, ice cream cones or slushies...ugh! Thankfully, the brisk fall breeze brings a natural slowing to our hectic calendars and an innate revitalization of the drive to achieve our goals. So, go ahead.Read Now »
I am a member of the ever growing contingent of Americans who possess and lean on having access to a cell phone. I am also a laptop aficionado. With ownership of these two technological miracles, I was one of those people who could not phantom what I would ever do with a tablet as a third device.
In fact, it seemed slightly insane that people would add another technological gadget to their wardrobe of communication devices. But one fine day I was given a top-notched, first-rate tablet as a gift and my life changed for eternity.
September is National Coupon Month, so we’re feeling excited! It used to be that coupon wre relegated to Sunday clipping, backs of receipts and easy to lose punch cards. With the internet a whole new wave of coupons came to be. We’re always here to help you save and so in honor of Coupon Month, we’ve brainstormed new waves to save. 1. Do the research. E-books are cheaper and two the best e-books on saving are the tomes Supershop Like a Coupon Queen and the Coupon Mom’s Guide to Cutting Your Grocery Bills in Half. Both are available on Google Play, so load them on your pristine Verizon Ellipsis 8.Read Now »