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The privilege of owning a home is one that comes with a lot of responsibility.  And not just that mortgage payment that’s due each month.  Sometimes, things break and you have to fix them.  Other times, you’re just tired of how that room looks, and it’s time for a change. In theory, tackling those tasks sounds…

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Bacon Chicken Recipe

If you’re looking for a recipe to use tonight that doesn’t require a lot of work, try this 3 item recipe for Bacon Chicken.  Here’s what you’ll need: 4 boneless skinless chicken breasts 1 T dried italian seasoning 4 slices of uncooked bacon, cut into thirds Here’s what you’ll need to do: Sprinkle…

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Remember More

With some much happening in day (work, kids, errands, etc.) it’s easy for something to fall through the cracks and get forgotten.  Honestly, I can be a terribly forgetful person.  So what do you do to remember things more often?  Here’s some tips from the Time Management Ninja. Set an alarm – If you’ve got…

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TeenServe

TeenServe, a life-changing youth missions organization, will be serving the Cedar Valley this summer by doing home repairs as a ministry to area residents. TeenServe is currently looking for 75 homes that need repairs.  Preference is given to homeowners in lower income brackets, single parent households, and owners with disabilities.…

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Baked Hot Chocolate

With Valentine’s Day almost here, and it being a Food Friday, I wanted to find a fun recipe you could enjoy with that special someone.  And since it’s hard to hate a dessert that involves chocolate, I thought this recipe for Baked Hot Chocolate on the Wall Street Journal sounded awesome.  Check out the original article…

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Romance without the expense

So Valentine’s Day is almost here.  If you’re on the search for some ways to show your love, but your budget isn’t so much about expensive jewelry, here are a few ideas I found online. Write a note…by hand.  Nothing says I love you like the words “I Love You” and when you take the time to write it…

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Living Longer

Life is full of surprises, but you want to be around as long as you can for friends and family.  So what can you do now to keep living longer?  Yahoo has a few tips: Be positive: Just having a positive attitude will keep you feeling better and maintaining a healthier lifestyle. Drink Water:  drinking plenty of water not only keeps you hydrated…

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Clean the tile the easy way

If you have a tiled shower, you know that it can be a pain to clean.  I remember scrubbing tiles for hours as I tried to clean up my apartment before moving out.  It’s not fun.  Keeping on top of it can help, but there’s got to be an easier way right?  The site Real Simple has some tips on making that shower cleaning job easier.…

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Savings Questions

Impulse buying can ruin you quick.  You see an item on the shelf or the rack, and pick it up.  You think, “I’ve been looking for one of these”, and before you know you’ve spent $50 you hadn’t planned on and walked out with 4 more items than you went in for.  While that example might be extreme, here…

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Snack Recipes for the Big Game

Ready to hang out with friends this Sunday, watch (or ignore) football, and eat some good food at the same time?  You’ll need a good recipe to take.  Glenda emailed me this recipe recenty for a Nacho Dip.  Give it a try and see what you think.  Feel free to share your favorite party recipe in the comments or on Facebook. She…

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The privilege of owning a home is one that comes with a lot of responsibility.  And not just that mortgage payment that’s due each month.  Sometimes, things break and you have to fix them.  Other times, you’re just tired of how that room looks, and it’s time for a change. In theory, tackling those tasks sounds…

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