Strike a pose for hearing loss and help a child #HeartheWorld

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Hear the World for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. Each year, almost 660,000 children are born around with world with significant hearing loss. In fact, hearing loss affects 15% of the world’s population and nearly half of these cases are preventable, yet it…

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11 Best Home Decor Ideas to Make Your Home Cozy

Your home is your safe haven. It's a place where the whole family comes together, solves problems, enjoys time with each other, and create indestructible bonds. By working on a home that is filled with positive energy, love, and warmth, you're creating a place in which everyone can relax and focus on the good things…

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Useful tips to motivate your child to learn a new language

For what it’s worth, we already know the advantages of being at least bilingual. We also know that it’s great to start teaching your child a foreign language at a young age. But what most parents struggle with is finding the right methods and keeping their children enthusiastic and engaged so they can learn a…

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Castor Oil to Induce Labor – Yes it works {How I Used It}

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As I mentioned in Jackson's birth story, after 10 days of prodromal labor -- and with my doctor's permission -- I used castor oil to naturally induce labor. Despite all the horror stories I'd heard and read, it actually worked pretty perfectly for me, so I thought I'd kick off this series by sharing how…

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Forget the Double Boiler; Try This Instead!

A double boiler is one of those pieces of kitchen equipment that I've just never been able to bring myself to buy. I have a variety of pancake pans, an electric grill, and even an outdoor offset smoker, but not a double boiler that many people have. It's not that I don't need one from…

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Investment Opportunities for Investing Beginners

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The following is a guest post from Ron at The Wisdom Journal: So you’re ready to begin investing. You’ve paid off all your high-interest debt, have 3 to 6 months of living expenses socked away in a liquid account, and you’ve developed a working budget that leaves cash each month for investing in the stock…

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Conquering Infertility Emotions Isn’t Impossible: Kristen’s Story

I wish someone had better explained to me that getting pregnant isn’t always easy. My naïve perspective on conception was our bodies simply do what nature intends them to do without hesitation or question. How wrong I was… Never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d find myself mulling over adoption pamphlets or attempting…

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How Incontinence Affects Your Life And Mental Health

Around 25 million adult Americans (with a significant majority being women) suffer from a form of incontinence. According to the same source, it affects at least 200 million people worldwide, making it a quite common problem. So, how does it remain a condition people are too ashamed or embarrassed to talk about? Bear in mind…

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