Flash Movie Review: Dora and the Lost City of Gold — moviejoltz

WE WERE CONVINCED WE HAD STUMBLED onto a secret diamond mine. My friend had spotted something sparkling in the rubble. Pushing the broken concrete and gravel away with his foot, he discovered a rock that had hard, shiny pieces embedded into it. He pulled it away from the bed of earth it was nestled inContinue reading “Flash Movie Review: Dora and the Lost City of Gold — moviejoltz”

Understanding Sunscreen- What You Should Look For

Just visit the pharmacy section of your local store, and you quickly realize that buying sunscreen can be confusing as there are so many choices.     Do you buy the one with SPF 15 or 60?  How much should you apply? And what exactly does “broad-spectrum” mean?     In what follows, you will get theContinue reading “Understanding Sunscreen- What You Should Look For”

Teaching your Children How to Manage Their Money

In this day and age, it has become too common for people to buy things now using credit, and to pay later.  Just think of all the people you know who are deep in debt.  You may even be one of them.     Credit cards were introduced to America in the 1950’s, and since then,Continue reading “Teaching your Children How to Manage Their Money”

Roasted Summer Squash and Tomatoes — NancyC

Some friends have shared summer squash from their gardens with me and I love roasted veggies, so I decided to roast some squash last weekend. Roasted Summer Squash and Tomatoes makes a great summer side dish or even a light meal. You can also serve it over pasta for a more filling lunch or dinner. […]Continue reading “Roasted Summer Squash and Tomatoes — NancyC”

Trader Joe’s Chocolate Hummus — BecomeBetty.com

Ever have a food combination that is so wrong it is almost right? Or so wrong, you should never have tried it in the first place but curiosity got the better of you. Well, this isn’t the first time I’ve see the combination of chocolate and hummus together. But since this is the only one… viaContinue reading “Trader Joe’s Chocolate Hummus — BecomeBetty.com”

How to Write Description Without Going Overboard – by Janice Hardy… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

on Fiction University: Description helps brings a novel to life, but too much of it can choke the life right out of the story. Finding the right balance between description and dialogue can be tricky. One wonderful and yet annoying aspect of writing, is that there’s no set formula for how much description is necessary. […]Continue reading “How to Write Description Without Going Overboard – by Janice Hardy… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog”

Gaby’s Guide to Rhode Island (and a little bit of Connecticut) – What’s Gaby Cooking

Gaby’s Guide to Rhode Island is ready to roll! And while we didn’t quite cover the entire state, we did a LOT! Here you go! Earlier this summer we headed out to Ocean House for a What’s Gaby Cooking dinner party and it was PURE MAGIC. I haven’t been on the east coast for theContinue reading “Gaby’s Guide to Rhode Island (and a little bit of Connecticut) – What’s Gaby Cooking”

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