Papasan Chair Makeovers – Making an Old Chair Look Sleek and Modern

The dad-what? This would probably be the reaction of most young people today when they hear about papasan chairs. It’s perfectly understandable, though, because papasan chairs aren’t as popular anymore these days, unlike in the 1970s when virtually every home in the United States had at least one of these chairs. If you’re one of […]

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Beware of fraudulent packers and movers! Key things to remember when choosing one

Importance of packers and movers These days, we see a dizzying growth of packers and moving companies in different parts of the world. And why not? Today’s nuclear families need outside help when moving to a new home. I am not saying that hiring a moving company to move your personal belongings is a crime. […]

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5 ideas of fun things to do with your nieces and nephews

If your nieces or nephews are like a lot of kids, they’re probably pretty crazy about you. After all, there’s nothing like time with your aunts and uncles. However, given the competition that some aunts and uncles face in terms of grandparents who also want to spend special time with their favorite children, play games […]

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How to understand nutrition labels

Having a hard time understanding all those difficult terms on Nutrition Facts labels? Fear not because you are not alone. Saturated fats, trans fats, partially hydrogenated oils, caboxymethylcellulose, sodium hexametaphosphate, maltodextrin… it’s all too much to digest. We want to help you understand the foods you’re eating so you can tell if you’re eating healthy […]

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Teaching Christian religious education: a review

In ten chapters or one hundred and eleven pages, the author presents a compendium of teaching methodology for Christian religious education. The purpose of the study, the myriad misconceptions of students, the etymology of the word ‘methodology’, the definition and rationale for religious education, types of research methods, and suggestions for taking notes are discussed […]

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Co-parenting with a narcissist: time to form a couple

“The most important thing to remember when co-parenting is that you should always strive to protect your children from conflict.” Anyone who has been through this knows that co-parenting takes effort. There is no easy way to properly plan, coordinate and execute all aspects of a child’s life, especially when it must be done in […]

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duck soup

Have you ever heard someone say, “That was as easy as duck soup!” Where did that saying come from? It is attributed to one of the tens of thousands of gold prospectors who invaded Alaska (a district of the United States, not yet a territory) during the Klondike gold rush of 1896-1899. Alaska was (and […]

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Writing Process: Challenges and Development

Speaking and writing are completely different activities. Writing is a process. Every writing process contains these strategies or thought steps: generating ideas, setting goals, organizing, writing, revising, and editing. Each phase requires critical thinking or problem solving. Writing doesn’t take shape all at once, rarely unfolding in a linear fashion. In other words, it requires […]

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