Monthly Archive: December 2017

Dec 13

THE QUEEN OF HEARTS: Entertaining Look at Being a Single Married Mom!

I was surprised at how awesome The Queen of Hearts really is. Written by new author, Kimmery Martin, I truly enjoyed reading  Queen of Hearts. It’s a look at being a single mother of four kids, while being married to an invisible man. Martin is reaching younger working moms and older moms who can identify …

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Dec 13

WEIRD NEWS WEDNESDAY: SAY GOODBYE TO TRULY ODD BEAUTY TRENDS FOR 2017—HOPEFULLY!

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WEIRD IS GOOD, I GUESS, BUT WEIRDER IS BETTER— 2017 has been a bad year for beauty fads. Because that’s just what they are—bad beauty fads. I saw these fads all over the Internet and thought people were joking when I saw pictures of nose hair extensions. REALLY?! Who would actually want to pay good …

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Dec 12

TACO TUESDAY:WANDERLUST,FIND YOUR TRUE FORK—SAVORY CAULIFLOWER WAFFLES

CAULIFLOWER WAFFLES? What in heavens name are cauliflower waffles? Looks delicious in the cookbook Wanderlust: Find Your True Fork I perused through earlier today. You see, Jeff Krasno put together a book of delicious, healthier meals that are not garbage food we find in stores. Do you have an inkling as to what I mean? …

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Dec 11

NEW MANSLICE MONDAY BRITISH ACTING SENSATION: JUDE LAW

Actor Jude Law attends a special screening of Fox Searchlight Pictures' "Dom Hemingway" hosted by The Cinema Society with Links of London at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema on Thursday, March 27, 2014 in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

I truly overlooked this 44 year old  British acting sensation, Jude Law. After watching two older movies on a new TV station we get, I saw exactly how good looking Jude Law is and how much of a great actor, Jude Law really is. It is the steely clear blue eyes and the blond hair that must …

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Dec 11

You Can Solve A Problem by Reading Inventing Joy!

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INVENTING JOY BY JOY MANGANO is a simply written, easy to follow book, telling readers how to believe in ourselves and to follow our dreams. Basically Joy Mangano’s Inventing Joy tells Joy’s life story, and she tells and shows how to start out own businesses. SOLVE A PROBLEM— Inventing Joy tells more of the story …

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Dec 07

GOLD DUST WOMAN: Beautiful Bio Tribute of Stevie Nicks, But TMI!

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STEVIE NICKS BIO WRITTEN BY STEPHEN DAVIS is  both good and carries on for far too long about the Goddess of Rock and Roll. With that  said, I have been an adoring Stevie Nicks fan since 1975. When I first listened to Rhiannon, I fell in love with the haunting song about a Welsh Witch. I stayed up late …

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Dec 06

WEIRD NEWS WEDNESDAY:HOW TO LIVE TO 100 IN 8 SIMPLE STEPS

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 WEIRD NEWS WEDNESDAY—CUT DOWN ON SUGAR AND USE VIRGIN OLIVE OIL TO LIVE LONGER— British Cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra – who describes himself as a former sugar addict – has spent years studying the reasons behind rocketing rates of heart disease and obesity in Britain. Key to his research were residents of the village of …

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Dec 05

A UTERUS IS A FEATURE NOT A BUG

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A UTERUS IS A FEATURE NOT A BUG GOT ME THINKING. I NEVER CONSIDERED MYSELF A FEMINIST, BUT WE women need to read A Uterus is a Feature, Not A Bug, because we are still treated differently in the workplace than men are treated. For the most part women are still paid less than men …

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Dec 04

MANSLICE MONDAY: Life in Pieces’ COLIN HANKS

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Tom Hanks’ son Colin Hanks has been acting since he was 19 years old, way back in the time machine of life, when he started in 1996. Colin Hanks has big shoes to fill, because his actor Dad is still starring in movie after movie, even though it may be time to retire, allowing his kids …

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Dec 04

Young Jane Young Makes a Pet Rock Look Like a Great Gift

     Way back in the 1970’s pet rocks became the rage. After pushing my way through Young Jane Young, I have determined that buying a pet rock would be more interesting than struggling through Young Jane Young. Gabrielle Zevin has written a dull book that gets along on conversation only. There aren’t any descriptions, …

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