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Decorating Your Starter Home: What You Need To Know

Congratulations on your new home! This is an exciting time in your life but could also be quite intimidating. Don’t let yourself get stressed. Follow some simple tips to help you furnish your new home. Pick a style—If you’re not sure what style you like, skim through photos and magazine clippings of other homes. Collect your favorites. You’ll…

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State Employee Purchase Program at LutherSales – Luxury Made Easy

Everyone wants to maximize their purchasing power by reducing the amount of money they spend on various different kinds of purchases, and participating in LutherSales’ State Employee Purchase Program can help. There is nothing wrong with being financially “strapped for cash”. As a matter of fact, many people nowadays need alternative methods to purchase items for…

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Mother’s Day Movie Marathon

If mom is not into crowded restaurants during the brunch rush and thinks that flowers are overrated—spending some quality time with her at home is always a great option. Why not skip the dressy getup, snuggle up on the couch, and enjoy a good laugh (and maybe shed some tears) with a Mother’s Day movie marathon? Like any good movie marathon, you’ll…

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Scrapbooks Can Make Great Gifts For Mom

Scrapbooking can be really fun and if you are creative, you can make it one of the most cherished and valuable gifts to give to her. All you need to do is think and plan out the framework of the scrapbook before starting to work on it. A scrapbook that shows how much you appreciate…

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Are You Washing Your Dishes Correctly?

Washing the dishes may seem simple enough. Just load and go, right? Dishwashers are made to make our lives easier, but if you find you’re rewashing plates and utensils because they’re coming out spotty–you’re negating the whole easy factor. The problem: you may be loading your dishes all wrong. Follow these tips to keep your dishes…

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The Legend of St. Patrick: How St. Paddy’s Day Came To Be

Green bagels, beer, and everything in between—On March 17th, whether your 100% Irish or just Irish-at-heart, people all over the world celebrate the Patron Saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick. As much as you’d like to believe St. Patrick’s Day is all about Shamrock Shakes and drunken debauchery ( I know, right?), there is actually a rich history…

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March Madness: The History Of A Basketball Phenomenon

Most of us are familiar with March Madness (and even those who aren’t still know enough to associate it with basketball and betting) but do you know how America’s favorite past time came to be? In 1908, the Illinois High School Association put together a boys’ high school basketball tournament. Kentucky high schools drew sold out crowds to IHSA championship…

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Valentine’s For Couples

Special Valentine’s Day Tips for Married Couples Getting married doesn’t mean that you end the romance and just take up responsibilities. Celebration of the Valentine’s Day is not just for the new and young couples. In fact need to celebrate the day as the real essence of this day lies in the celebration of togetherness.…

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5 Surefire Ways to Repair Bad Credit Score

If you need to repair your credit, you know what it’s like to be denied loans and to be charged ridiculously high interest rates. But here’s the good news: you can repair your credit. By learning all you can and taking specific steps, you can rebuild your credit while maintaining a quality lifestyle. Here are…

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3 Reasons Why You Should Consider Municipal Employee Purchase Program

Bad Credit Furniture Financing Is Possible Bad credit furniture financing can be a headache, and this is something that anyone with bad credit can attest to. Furniture is something that every family needs in their home, for both the look and function of the space, and this means that even those with poor credit will…

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