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How to Make the Best Impression to Hiring Managers

November 7, 2013 No Comments

How to Make the Best Impression to Hiring Managers Jobs are few and far between for many people these days and part of the cause could be because they aren’t presenting themselves in a way that hiring managers are hoping for. Alexandra Levitt, a business and workplace author, speaker and consultant, spok... continue reading...

Send a Little Love to Our Troops with Troopathon

July 12, 2012 No Comments

Send a Little Love to Our Troops with Troopathon Tune in right now to watch the 5th Annual Troopathon "Never Forget Our Troops" at www.troopathon.org or call 866-866-6372 now until 9:00 Pacific. For the fifth year, stars and politicians as well as tons of volunteers are trying to raise $250,000 to send tho... continue reading...

7 Tips for Being a True Friend

May 24, 2012 No Comments

7 Tips for Being a True Friend It seems so hard these days to find time to get together with friends. You try to make plans and something comes up or you pick at day and one of the kids gets sick – yadda, yadda, yadda… So, how can you make your friendships work with all these forces working against you... continue reading...

The Dirty Dozen – 12 Indicators Someone is Lying to You

April 30, 2012 No Comments

The Dirty Dozen – 12 Indicators Someone is Lying to You As a parent, you get pretty good at spotting your child’s dishonesty, usually because they aren’t thinking of an excuse fast enough or their story doesn’t add up. But with adults, who have already had a lifetime of practice, it can be a little harder... continue reading...

Who Is More Corrupt – Democrats or Republicans?

January 6, 2012 6 Comments

Who Is More Corrupt – Democrats or Republicans? According to Judicial Watch’s annual list of the most corrupt politicians in our federal government, it’s basically a toss-up. These are the people who represent our families, including our children, in our government. This year’s listing include... continue reading...

10 Interviewing Tips We Can All Learn From

August 26, 2011 No Comments

10 Interviewing Tips We Can All Learn From With the unemployment rate among young people at a much higher than normal level, the job interview process becomes so much more important.  Even seasoned job seekers may need a little brushing up too. Business etiquette expert and author Barbara Pachte... continue reading...

10 Tips for Good Cubicle Etiquette

February 17, 2011 No Comments

10 Tips for Good Cubicle Etiquette Recently, it was announced the average sized cubicle is 6 feet by 6 feet. The majority of American office workers spend their day in a space that is barely bigger than they are. If you have a job or have had a job where you are in a cubicle, you know how annoying it can b... continue reading...

Actress Janine Turner Talks about Raising an American Patriot

July 23, 2010 1 Comment

Actress Janine Turner Talks about Raising an American Patriot Did your kids learn how to sing the Preamble to the Constitution from Schoolhouse Rock? Could they explain what the words mean to them if you asked? Actress turned activist Janine Turner, best known for her roles in Northern Exposure, Friday Nig... continue reading...

An Unusual Learning Tool for Young Kids

July 17, 2010 1 Comment

An Unusual Learning Tool for Young Kids How about an easy way to teach your child colors, fine motor skills, and patterns while bonding with her and using something that’s eco-friendly ? Try Piggy Paint! Tori Spelling, Lisa Rinna and Larry Birkhead love it for their little ones. Piggy Paint is a kid-frie... continue reading...

16 Interesting Facts about the Founding Fathers

July 4, 2010 4 Comments

16 Interesting Facts about the Founding Fathers As you spend time with your family today on our country's 234th birthday, let's learn a little more about the brave individuals who helped shape our country into what it is today. Maybe read these with your kids! Most of these facts are from ConstitutionFacts.co... continue reading...

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