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Stormy Weather and Multiple Personalities

January 21, 2012
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Becoming a meteorologist requires special schooling, which is understandable when you recognize the huge burden they must bear. A meteorologist is like ten of the most memorable people in your life all rolled into one.…

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Top 5 TV Shows With Great Whine

January 17, 2012
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Proof that entertaining with whine pays off…. 1. The Real Housewives of Pick-A-City: Whine, wine, and more whine. 2. Everybody Loves Raymond: That voice! Those parents! Whine and jams. 3. The Mary Tyler Moore Show: …

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Why New Year’s Resolutions Go Belly Up

January 5, 2012
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Somewhere between December’s cookie trays and January’s champagne toast, it hits you—too much of a good thing isn’t so good. Enter the New Year’s Resolution–the best invention since Pepto-Bismol to make you quickly feel a…

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Turkey Trauma

November 21, 2011
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Is it me or does the turkey wreak havoc on our homes this time of year? I feel sorry for the birds and have considered alternative meal plans, but then I get hit with the…

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Getting Canned at Thanksgiving

November 20, 2011
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‘Tis the season for holiday stress and I think it all starts at the supermarket. Product placement suggests that a great Thanksgiving really is in the can.  Aisles are capped with the essentials and the…

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