Well, I'm growing, and learning, and drawing closer to Christ. I've…
Kids' birthday parties have become standalone productions on par with yesteryear's prom and wedding rehearsal dinner.
It's amazing that a cottage industry of performers, bounce toy vendors and providers, play facilities, planning experts and legions of others has developed precisely to deal with the events that children's annual bashes have become.
Gone are the days of Pin the Tale of the Donkey, musical chairs,…
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Most people should wash their face and moisturize twice daily to maintain clean, balanced skin. Be sure to choose a gentle cleanser and moisturizer appropriate for your skin type and save the soap for below the neck, otherwise you'll get too dried out.…
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Understanding your unique skin type is important to finding the right products and meeting your skin's needs. Not sure if you're dry, oily, or combination? Ask a skin care professional.
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Life is about getting to know oneself. It's about leaving the world better than it was when you entered into it. Life means being an asset rather than a deficit; it means adding rather than taking away. It means setting goals, embarking upon new experiences, encountering new faces and developing ties with kindred souls. Moreover, because of the free will so bestowed unto us, life is fundamentally about choice - making decisions, determining judgment…Continue
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I tried to cut and paste these butit didn't work so here is the basic info:
Crump Law Camp Ages 14-17. Go to http://nationalbar.org/lawcamp for all the info
Young Men in Engineering Program (YMEP)
Type: Academic Ages: 12 to…
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Yesterday, I was able to catch most of The Oprah Show, on which the mother, father and brother of Oscar-winning actress, comedienne and talk show host Monique appeared. They sat down to peel back the layers of the sexual abuse and molestation she, on more than one occassion (on the Oprah Show, in an interview with Essence Magazine and in talks with Barbara…Continue
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There's always that low-level talk that unfortunately perpetuates many myths and stereotypes about partnering for the long haul. And by that, I mean getting married. There's the old line about wives controlling their husbands, overlording and ruling over them. There's the idea that the sex stops once a man puts a ring on it. There's even the notion that being married is an economically unwise decision. Most people who believe or buy into this nonsense seem to be inexperienced, scorned or…Continue
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OK after years of suffering from allergic reactions (sneezing & wheezing) just walking down the detergent aisle in the grocery store. I always wondered what the heck
was in these detergents that I used to washed my family's clothing. I
couldn't even pronounce half the ingredients on the list. Because of
allergies, I could only use the lightest scented or unscented
detergents or the sneezing & wheezing AND itching started.
So to my…
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Last night, my husband and I watched Vanishing Black Male, an obviously low-budget documentary that was enterprisingly put together by a young brother - Melvin Jackson, Jr. - trying to insightfully reflect on a glaring issue.
It's something I've noticed over time and increasingly so in recent…
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There’s been a little-talked-about tall tale that goes something like this: “Black women don’t shave their legs, especially the ones from the South.” The article: "Unshaven Women: Free Spirits or Unkempt?" got me thinking about this.
Now that comedienne Monique has made a production out of allowing the natural fluff on her legs to…
Although you may not believe it, you are a walking billboard. The clothes you wear, your hairstyle, shoes even the fragrance that you wear would usually draw people to you as they would want want to know where you got your hair done, which department store you bought your clothing or if you can lead them to the place where you got your funky shoes.…Continue
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