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Your Child’s First Party Invitation

August 31, 2011 | Filed under About Children

As you looked at your baby years ago, you may have had a hard time imagining this time coming. It may be hard to believe, but your little baby has suddenly blossomed into a preschooler! As if you didn’t have constant reminders of that on a daily basis, they have now reached a rather large milestone – they have been invited to their very first birthday party!

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Redesign your Life

August 28, 2011 | Filed under Personal financial management

Have you ever wished you could do something completely different with your life? Many people live their lives in a linear fashion, with one step logically following another, only to realise that the place they have ended up in doesn’t give them happiness or fulfilment. In the extreme, what results is often termed a mid-life crisis that can involve sudden changes in relationships, careers, finances and lifestyles. If you are unhappy with the path that you are on, you have two choices: stay on it and remain unfulfilled, or …Read more

Toddler Party Ideas – goody bag fillers

August 27, 2011 | Filed under About Children

Toddler Party Ideas: Great Party Favors and Game Prizes for Children 18 months and Up

Children love to receive goody bags. They are happy with just about anything…the hardest part is to find items that are age appropriate. Be sure to always read the packaging on each item to determine what is safe.

For some ideas on Goody Bag Fillers, check out what Chris Molnar from Winnipeg, Canada suggests.  Chris is a writer, proud Dad of two preschool kids, and contributes theme party ideas to various websites. He is editor of Themeaparty.com

Secret Spenders

August 21, 2011 | Filed under Personal financial management

One of the advantages of being a single person is you can spend your own money on what you want, when you want. Of course, the downside is there isn’t another person to share the cost, so freedom comes at a price. Getting together with another person usually means setting agreed financial goals and this can lead to feelings of guilt when you spend money on anything other than what has been agreed. Just as there are people who eat chocolate bars when no one is watching, there are those who secretly spend. …Read more

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