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A Quick Spray Does Away With The Grey!
(Please note - the following is NOT a paid review - it is just a Fab & Fru Find we love and wanted to share with you!)
I've found it - a hair product I cannot live without. All of you ladies out there who battle with grey roots - help is just a spray away… So, I've written before about my pesky grey hair. Well, to be honest it is actually stark white hair - ALL of it. But of course you wouldn't know it to look at me - because I color it constantly to bring back the chestnut warmth of my youth. And while I still love my favorite at home D.I.Y. haircolor, Naturtint, and even splurge at the salon on occasion, I found a new product which has taken first place in my heart (and on my head)!
Rita Hazan Root Concealer
As I mentioned, my hair is 100 % grey - and it grows like a weed. I started going grey at 17 and I am 39 now - so it's been over 20 years of dealing with this crap. Basically, if I get my hair colored on Monday, byRead More »from Best Root Concealer Ever!
Why is it that staying on track is harder then it seem's? What make's being and staying successful a task at had when it look's and seem's so easy?
- Astrology.com Home and Garden Horoscopes | At Home – Wed, Jan 18, 2012 3:05 PM EST
Aries (March 21 - April 19)
You may be having difficulty making decisions today. It is time to make a list, decide on pros and cons, and then be decisive. Flip a coin if you must. But truthfully, you know deep down what the right choice is even before you start the list.
Today's Aries Reading: Free Sample Numerology One-Year Forecast
Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
You feel like making a big feast today. So, grab some cookbooks and start planning. Start with a grocery list, then hit the store and get cooking!
Today's Taurus Reading: Free Sample Priority Shuffle Tarot Reading
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Gemini (May 21 - June 21)
Your stamina is not at an all-time high today. Be careful reading bedtime stories and falling asleep yourself. Assign another adult in the household to help out, just in case.
Today's Gemini Reading: Free Sample
Over the last 2 weeks, over 100 entrepreneurs participated in the Employee Emancipation program by Nzingha West which was set up to give those entrepreneurs a chance to work in a scheduled manner with specific tasks. Many entrepreneurs made new websites, kick started their marketing efforts, scrapped outdated ideas and made new friends.
There were so many spectacular choices this year that it was hard to choose only 2 or 3. So…in light of making this a wonderful and fruitful new year for their businesses, I am urging you to visit their websites, check out their businesses and add their social media information to your list of wonderful businesses and buy something from them.
All of the business owners are doing some amazing things and you need to check 'em out!Read More »from Looking for a Really Good Business to Buy From?
Here's the 2012 list of wonderful businesses...
- Zester Daily | Shine Food – Wed, Jan 18, 2012 12:59 PM EST
Sugar in plain sight is a ton better than the covert kind
Editor's note: As celebrity chef Paula Deen, famous for not being shy with butter or sugar in her down-home recipes, announced she has been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, sugar-loving dessert cookbook author Gesine Bullock-Prado reflects on the demonization of sweets.
By Gesine Bullock-Prado
I'm a pusher. A sugar peddler. I'm the lady on the street corner with a bag of taffy in her hand who lures you over with: "The first one's free. Come back if you like it."
Go ahead, cast your aspersions. I'll just be here casting sugar molds and licking the spoon while you rail away at my evil ways. I can take it. Pastry chefs get guff from all sides, especially within the culinary ranks. If you've ever watched an episode of "Top Chef" (not the "Desserts" edition, obviously), there's a guarantee that some perfectly competent chef will mutter, "Not dessert -- I don't do pastry," in a tone so dismissive you'd think they'd been asked to use a toothpick to clean the bottom of a pair ofRead More »from Paula Deen's Diabetes: Why Sugar is Not the Bad Guy
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Of all the demographic groups in the U.S., Boomers are the most highly prized by politicians - after all, the generation born between 1946 and 1964 represents a staggering 37 percent of the voting-age population.
No single candidate is going to get all the votes of this group, because in some ways they're too different from each other. Depending on age, the Boomer experience stretches across decades, with the oldest having gone through the turmoil of the war in Vietnam and the youngest becoming familiar with government in the age of Reagan. The differences in those experiences can lead to widely varying political views. Mitt Romney, the likely Republican candidate, is 64 and an older Boomer, while his opponent, Barack Obama, 50, is at the younger end of the Boomer spectrum.
But no matter what side Boomers are on, their votes will likely be of disproportionate importance in theRead More »from Boomers and the 2012 Election
Beautiful night lights you can make yourself...There is something so cozy and comforting about a night light. It's no wonder that as soon as bedtime rolls around, I hear a little sleepy voice remind me "don't forget to turn on my night light." After looking through this collection of DIY night lights, I can't help but want to add one to my own room ... and every other room of my house! The fox night light is probably one of my top favorites, but then again the illuminated bookshelf looks so cool. Check out these 10 beautiful night lights you can make yourself!Read More »from 10 Beautiful Handmade Night Lights
1. Woodland Light
Channel the outdoors with this fanciful, wired woodland light!
Make this woodland night light
Custom Night Light
2. Custom Night Light
Use a simple glass block and opaque scrap-book paper to make a gorgeous customized night light with your child's name on it.
Make this custom night light
Related: 25 clever ways to decorate with old maps
For the Future Photographer
3. A Night Light For The Future Photographer
A little photographer in the making would love to sleep by this night light!
Make this camera
- chickie maxwell | At Home – Wed, Jan 18, 2012 11:54 AM EST
The city of Las Vegas is one of the most entertaining and spectacular destination on Earth. Home to extravagant hotels, upscale dining, remarkable shows and incredible concerts, it should come as no surprise that millions of tourists visit Las Vegas every month of the year. In order to make the most of your trip, it is important to purchase your Vegas tickets in advance, before you travel. By buying them earlier, you can guarantee your seats and enjoy discount prices. Tickets bought at the door are often significantly more expensive and offers inferior seats. Whether it is a concert, a live event or a show, be sure to buy your Vegas tickets early for the following reasons.
Lower Prices: It can tempting to look up shows and concerts in advance on your home computer and then decide to purchase them once you arrive in Vegas. However, waiting to purchase your Vegas tickets will often result in higher and higher prices each day you put it off. With millions of tourists visitingRead More »from Be Prepared and Get Your Vegas Tickets Prior to Travel
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I have been dating this guy for awhile now. And this past week I have caught him in three lies-which he denies and will not own up to it. I am trying so hard to let this go but the more that I think about it the worse I get. The first lie was I found porn on my laptap-he denied it was him when he was the only one home and then told me that I should just change the password so noone could get on it. The second lie-he got a new phone and had to transfer his numbers over to the new phone because they couldn't port them over. Well he had one number under S. And he told me he thinks that was for something he was looking at on Craigslist and I found it strange how the other things that he had looked and called on always had a description of what it was-example-Honda Accord. So I got brave and called the number and it was a girl-and when I asked her if she knew him she said yes and said one of her best guy friends was one of his friends-but yet that doesn't explain WHY he has HER phone
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