Monthly Archive: February 2015

Feb 27

MOMZINGA’S FINALLY FRIDAY: Sense of Purpose to Live Longer

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FINALLY FRIDAY—NEED A SENSE OF PURPOSE TO LIVE LONGER! When my kids were little I had a reason to get up every morning. I had to take care of my kids. I had to feed them, get them dressed, and get them to school. Then I had to run errands, rush home, and work my …

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Feb 25

Marriage is a Good Thing: 30 Lessons For Loving Supports Marriage!

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Book Review Written by Momzinga.com 30 Lessons For Loving By Karl Pillemer is the marriage/relationship advice book given by older people who have experienced staying in a relationship for more than 40 years. This is a MUST BUY book. This is most definitely THE relationship book for Moms to read. 30 Lessons For Loving reminded …

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Feb 25

WEIRD NEWS WEDNESDAY: Live Forever Without becoming a Vampire!

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Vampires may live forever, but now we regular people may be able to live forever, and fight disease the old-fashioned way, using a sort of cell lengthening therapy. Scientists at Stanford University discovered by lengthening telomeres, the protective caps that are on the end of chromosomes and shorten with age, they can make people live …

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Feb 23

MANSLICE MONDAY: Neil Patrick Harris Killed It At 87th Academy Awards!

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MANSLICE MONDAY—Written by Momzinga.com Color me surprised!! Neil Patrick Harris has quite the tight, muscular body. I know he is gay and he is married to a man, but who cares? Good old Doogie Howser, who would’ve thought that the actor who played the seriously intelligent, studious Doogie Howser would become a hunk? He killed …

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Feb 22

White Plague: Bond-Like Thriller Without the Thrills!

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Review written by Momzinga, otherwise known as Kate Johns! A deadly illness, a warship on fire, a Marine/Medical doctor who has been called upon to save 107 still alive, (maybe) souls who may perish from an uncertain death. Could it be a mystery disease killing the people aboard the ship or is it the fire, …

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Feb 22

TEAM DOG: Packed With Insightful Dog Training Methods

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Review written by Momzinga.com Team Dog by Mike Ritland is packed with insightful information concerning dogs. Pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about dogs is contained within Team Dog. Besides training your dog, to where to get the right dog for your lifestyle, to how to properly approach a dog; it’s all contained …

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Feb 19

Would You Abort An Unborn Child Because it Is a Down Syndrome Baby?

Terminating a pregnancy until the fetus is six months along, is wrong. A baby can survive being born early. Recently I found an article on YAHOO written by a mother to be. She aborted her baby because it would not be perfect. HERE IS AN EXCERPT FROM THE STORY THAT APPEARED ON YAHOO PARENTING: Read …

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Feb 18

Momzinga’s Torrid Love Affair With Netflix :50 Shades of Netflix!!

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50 SHADES OF NETFLIX—-Written by Momzinga.com otherwise known as Kate Johns I’m in love with you Netflix, and I don’t care who knows! I have to watch you perform your magic-man wonders every night. I can’t resist your stellar programming choices like Breaking Bad, Californication, Orange is the New Black and Altered States of Tara. …

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Feb 17

A Small Indiscretion: Best Book of the Year for Moms!!

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Book review written by Momzinga.com A Small Indiscretion written by Jan Ellison is everything a Mom could possibly want in a book. Ellison is a master of writing; not suspense writing like you read in all the reviews of Patterson’s and Stephen King’s books. Jan Ellison is a master of weaving a tale so well …

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Feb 17

TOO DELICIOUS TO IGNORE BREAKFAST: TACO TUESDAY

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TACO TUESDAY—- Food Network has some incredibly delicious looking foods. I thought I was ramping it up by eating an English muffin with strawberry cream cheese and a bowl of Cheerios in the morning. Was I ever wrong! When Food Network sent an email of this recipe, I knew I had to use it. It …

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