Posts made in May, 2012

Travel: Europe’s #1 Paradise for Bikers

Travel: Europe’s #1 Paradise for Bikers

George Bright is here with a great travel guest post on Mallorca, which is Europe’s #1 paradise for bikers. Enjoy! *********************************************************** This weekend Mallorca hosts the Roadbike Festival at the Playa de Palma as part of the Balearic Island’s continued efforts to make bikers welcome on the island and to acknowledge the enormous contribution bikers make to the island’s economy. “Although most bike...

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Travel: Things To See and Do in Wales

Travel: Things To See and Do in Wales

It is with great regret that I am forced to put off the weekly Blogging Basics Series post until next week, but with the vacation, catching up with work, and trying to juggle all the other life stuff, I just haven’t had the time to put together a worthy post to share with you guys. The idea is there, and it’s going to be awesome, but I’d rather take my time with it than deliver a partially BS, badly written post. If you...

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3 Cities in Europe: Captivating Culture, Beaches, and Excellent Eats

3 Cities in Europe: Captivating Culture, Beaches, and Excellent Eats

Today I have a great travel post on 3 cities in Europe that feature great culture, beaches, and awesome food. Enjoy! ****************************************************************   Europe is known for its culture and history, but where should you go to get the best of the beach and culture? These three destinations give couples cosmopolitan city’s filled with fantastic places to eat, sites to visit and beautiful beaches to explore....

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California Travel Planning For Single Travelers

California Travel Planning For Single Travelers

Today I have a great travel guest post from Sarah Richardson. She’s here with tips on California travel planning for single travelers for 2012 (and pretty much anytime). Enjoy! ********************************************************* California may well be famous for its spectacular scenery, but with a wide range of activities and tourist attractions, it is hardly surprising travellers from every walk of life choose to visit each year....

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Music Lessons, Virtually!

Music Lessons, Virtually!

Today I have a guest post from virtual educator, Kelly Stilwell. She’s here to share how you and your kiddos can take music lessons virtually. I thought it was pretty awesome, and I hope you do, too! ********************************************************* Don’t you just love running your kids from one activity to another? I remember when mine were in a brick and mortar school; picking them up, running to piano lessons, my youngest...

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Monitoring Diseases via Cell phones and Google Maps

Monitoring Diseases via Cell phones and Google Maps

Today I have an awesome technology guest post on monitoring diseases via cell phones and Google maps from the beautiful Alysa Jeff. Enjoy! ****************************************************************** Most of us have come across or could come across rapid diagnostic tests such as pregnancy tests, blood glucose levels or strep throat tests. Dropping liquid or drops on a strip isn’t the hard part, but the hard part comes in reading out the...

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Travel to the Magic Kingdom

Travel to the Magic Kingdom

I’m back with a lovely travel guest post from the extremely talented Maria. At only 15yrs old, she already knows how to bring the magic to the Magic Kingdom. (You might recall the excellent post from her dad and my pal, Top 12 Most Underappreciated Things About Walt Disney World.) Hope you enjoy her post as much as I did! ************************************************* Walt Disney World is where dreams become reality and where we all...

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Sources of Financial Aid for Women Going Back to School

Sources of Financial Aid for Women Going Back to School

My family will be on a shoestring-budget mini-vacation until May 29th, but no worries. There are plenty of great guest posts coming up. I have one today from Jennifer Lewis on sources of financial aid for women going back to school. Also, Happy 6th birthday to my daughter, Ivy! Now to the post! *************************************************** When your situation changes because of unfortunate circumstances, the value of a college education...

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Blogging Basics: Links are Love for Your Blog

Blogging Basics: Links are Love for Your Blog

Welcome back for part 12 of the Blogging Basics Series! If you haven’t yet subscribed to my blog to keep up with this series and you want to learn more about the basic elements of blogging, you absolutely should. Above my lovely face to the right are wondrous ways to connect with me, or you can hit the follow button for email to the top left on my homepage or hit the “follow” button on the bottom right. I’m sharing blogging...

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5 Hot Travel Spots for 2012

5 Hot Travel Spots for 2012

I have a great guest post from Porter, a professed travel lover, on 5 Hot Travel Spots for 2012. Enjoy! *************************************************** Are you still planning your summer vacation for this year? Do you want to try something different this time, but have run out of ideas? Here are five choices for hot, and affordable, summer travel spots for 2012: 1. The Azores Located in the North Atlantic Ocean, about 900 miles west of...

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