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5 Beauty Hacks Using Mayonnaise

Jul 27, 14 5 Beauty Hacks Using Mayonnaise

Posted by in Health, Lifestyle

When you think of mayonnaise, the first thing that comes to mind is egg salad, tuna salad, and summer, right? It’s a staple in many kitchens, ranking probably second or third after ketchup and salt. But there are also a number of beauty hacks that you can do using mayonnaise.

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Another Place For The Family

Jul 22, 14 Another Place For The Family

Posted by in Lifestyle

Earlier this, I wrote about Black River Lodge in Missouri as an option for family vacations. I wanted to harken back to that blog post and talk about another type of “staycation” of sorts, especially for those who live near a coast. Specifically, I want to talk about Sea Ranch, California

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The British King’s Old German Uniforms May See The Light Of Day

Jul 21, 14 The British King’s Old German Uniforms May See The Light Of Day

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One almost forgotten aspect of World War I was that it was very much a family feud – just done on a national scale and costing tens of millions of lives. This is because the heads of state of Great Britain and Germany were, in fact, first cousins.

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Sun Signs: Pisces

Jul 20, 14 Sun Signs: Pisces

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Well, here we are at the end of the zodiacal cycle. Up to this point, we have learned about the other 11 signs. What is this final sign? Pisces hold the place as the last sign in the zodiac, and it also holds the reputation as the chameleons of the zodiac

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Sun Signs: Aquarius

Jul 19, 14 Sun Signs: Aquarius

Posted by in Lifestyle

We are quickly wrapping up the series on the zodiac. Right now, we have the penultimate sign of the series: Aquarius. Anyone born from January 21through to February 19 is an Aquarius. This sign is the sign of change.

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Gifford Pinchot National Forest

Jul 18, 14 Gifford Pinchot National Forest

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I have written about many different National Parks over the years, but seldom have I written about National Forests, despite the fact that I spend more time in National Forests than I do National Parks. So, I figured it was time to spread the love and attention to National Forests as well.

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Road Trips: Choosing A Path

Jul 17, 14 Road Trips: Choosing A Path

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When I road trip, there are two different paths I consider: interstate driving and small highway or back road driving. I thought I would take a bit to discuss the differences and pros and cons of each of these.

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A Tale Of Two Cities

Jul 16, 14 A Tale Of Two Cities

Posted by in An English Angle, Lifestyle

London 2014. The visitor to the UK’s capital will see all the famous sites that have adorned millions of objects, from jigsaws through Monopoly boards to chocolate boxes. But, as in any city, the real London – that giant metropolis of 10 million people – holds its secrets tightly.

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A Load Of Bull And Gore In Pamplona

Jul 15, 14 A Load Of Bull And Gore In Pamplona

Posted by in An English Angle, Lifestyle

If you love animals, don't watch these videos and the accompanying photos. If you love to see animals get their revenge on their tormentors and don't care how bloody it gets, this could be right up your alley. You have been warned.

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A Rabbi Invented Speed Dating

Jul 14, 14 A Rabbi Invented Speed Dating

Posted by in Juxtaposed In Japan, Lifestyle

I heard a fascinating fact this week: the phenomenon of speed dating was invented by a rabbi. Assisting busy, single people in finding partners as efficiently as possible was one idea, which went on to become a global phenomenon in a short space of time.

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