Monthly Archives: December 2010

How to Get a Human on the Line

Have you ever been frustrated trying to get customer service help on the line? Tired of not knowing how to reach a live person? Here’s how to skip the guesswork, courtesy of 800-201-7575. Don’t press or say anything. … Continue reading

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7 Easy Relaxation Techniques for Work at Home Moms

At this busy time of year Christina Martin, of YouRelaunched has some great techniques to help you relax and enjoy the season with your family. If you want one of the most stressful jobs on the planet, be a mother for … Continue reading

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Creating a Good Business Relationship

How well do you know the businesses you refer to clients? Have you used the products and services they offer? Building strong relationships is one of the most important business skills you can master. When you have a good, established … Continue reading

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Need gift wrapping storage ideas? Check

Need gift wrapping storage ideas? Check out my mention by @Jura Koncius in the Washington Post.

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Curing the Catalog Chaos

At this time of year, we are all inundated with catalogs. Everyone is trying to make their pitch and sell you that special something for that special someone. I, myself, receive several catalogs that feature kid’s toys and my children … Continue reading

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Free Text Messaging From Your Email

Instead of spending money to send a text message from your cell phone, e-mail messages for free. If you know the recipient’s carrier, simply type in their cell phone number before the proper address below.        alltel:      AT&T: … Continue reading

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Start the New Year With a New On Line Calendar

Would you like to keep track of your whole family’s schedule on line? Cozi is a free web service that helps you keep track of appointments and lists, as well as coordinate home and work schedules all in one place. You can … Continue reading

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Plan Your Meals to Save Time and Money

From the new book Get Organized Today,  custom kitchen planner, Tina Oscar, talks about ways to conquer the kitchen chaos and create healthy meals fast in her chapter “Conquering Kitchen Chaos”.                               For singles, spending a day cooking family-size meals and dividing … Continue reading

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Cell Phone Decorum

The ability to keep in touch with family, friends and business is important. But these days cell phones also allow you to access email, store data, take pictures and videos, listen to music and surf the net. But using a little … Continue reading

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Donating Stuffed Animals

Donating unused or no longer needed items is a good thing. But, these days, because of government regulations, most charities no longer sell toys and stuffed animals. Many of these charities still take items, but they send them overseas. If … Continue reading

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