Save the Date!
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Save the Date!

How to Let People Know About Your Wedding Are you interested in purchasing “save the dates” for your wedding but just don’t know where to start? Buying save the date cards is a fairly new trend with which you announce your wedding date to your friends and family. “Save the dates” are very general and…

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A Review of the Brilliant Earth Online Store
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A Review of the Brilliant Earth Online Store

This article is a review of the Brilliant Earth online store which sells fine jewelry.  They use gems that have been selected for their ethical and environmentally responsible origins. You can’t believe it, but your baby girl is getting married! You’re confused and excited as your daughter’s special day is quickly approaching, but find overwhelmed…

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Want to Choose the Perfect Blue Diamond Ring?
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Want to Choose the Perfect Blue Diamond Ring?

Here’s What You Need to Know Fathers, are you looking for something special for Mother's Day for your wife, the mother of your children? Blue diamonds are among the most famous diamonds in history. A Blue diamond is not only luxurious and prestigious but also expensive for an ordinary person. They are among the most…

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Staying in Touch Through Technology

Nine months after we got married, Sean and I sold our condo and drove to Utah -- where we knew no one -- and bought a house. We found a church and jobs and started to make friends, but we'd left behind all of our family and the friends we'd grown up with. Neither of…

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6 Examples Of Compromises In A Relationship

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Compromise isn't a situation you're forced into or doing something against your will. It is recognizing the fact that you value the person in your life, and you want to benefit them. There are certain compromises in a relationship one must make, and we've put down some examples of compromise. Making them ensure you have…

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Spend Time, Not Money – 10 Free ways to Show Love and Affection

As a mom, I am responsible for the wellbeing and development of my children, but I’m also jointly responsible for the same in my marriage. Like most moms, I want to nurture and support my children. By warmth and good humour, physical affection, and a willingness to be human behind the role of ‘mom’ I’m…

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An open letter to my divorced parents: Thank you.

Mom & Dad, It's been many years since I've said your names together for any reason, something I didn't realize until I typed them just now. These days it's Mom & Mike and Dad & Jodie (or, more often, Nona & Pop and Gramps & Jammie). But I was struck last week by just how lucky…

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The real truth about getting married young…or old…or any time

Every few months someone will write a news article, blog post or opinion column about the joys or dangers of getting married young, with each side staunchly defending their belief that it's either really, really good or really, really bad. Because my parents faced so much criticism for "letting" me get married at 20 years old, I'm always tempted to jump…

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“Love is a Verb” {and that’s not just a song title}

"Love is a verb. Love—the feeling—is the fruit of love the verb or our loving actions." —Stephen R. Covey This month we're talking lovvvvvvve on our 12-month journey to creating a life you love (it's not too late to join us!), and that includes loving ourselves as well as the people around us. Whether you're talking about loving yourself—and…

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Learning to fight {and why we argue in front of our kids}

I've never really liked the advice that you shouldn't fight in front of your kids. While I agree it's important to make sure children feel safe and secure, I've never viewed not fighting as the key to that security. In fact, I think that hiding our fights can ultimately lead to more tension and fear, an…

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