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Get Your Discounted LEGOLAND® and Sea Life® Tickets for Celebrate Carlsbad Day!

Get Your Discounted LEGOLAND® and Sea Life® Tickets for Celebrate Carlsbad Day!

Celebrate Carlsbad Day at LEGOLAND California and at the same time take advantage of this exciting annual opportunity for heavily-discounted tickets! LEGOLAND California admission is just $25 for this special day, (walk-in prices are normally $83 for adults and $73 for kids) scheduled for Sunday, May 4, 2014, from 1:00 – 8:00 p.m…

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Yes, You Should Take a Vacation: 3 Ways to Raise the Money

Yes, You Should Take a Vacation: 3 Ways to Raise the Money

Vacations are meant to refresh your mind, body and soul—with the added comfort of knowing you’re still being paid. If you can get past that first hurdle and actually use the vacation you’ve earned, you may be hung up on how you can afford it. Taking a vacation doesn’t have to be stressful, and it shouldn’t put you in the poorhouse. Consider these three options to pay for it:

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Should Your Daughter Snag Her Man in College?

Should Your Daughter Snag Her Man in College?

I was recently interviewed by NBC News journalist Jacoba Urist in regards to author Susan Patton’s (a.k.a. “The Princeton Mom”) book, Marry Smart- Advice for Finding THE ONE, in which, not without stirring up some controversy, she highly encourages young ladies to snag a husband before graduating college, while the pickin’s are good…

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Hera Hub – Where Entrepreneurial Women Think Big!

Hera Hub – Where Entrepreneurial Women Think Big!

My long term goal (is a five year plan) is to franchise 200 Hera Hub locations internationally supporting over 20,000 women in the launch and growth of their businesses. I have broken this goal into sizeable chunks. My monthly, weekly, and daily goals…

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Renee Kohn Healing – A Beacon of Light

Renee Kohn Healing – A Beacon of Light

On the outside, everything looked great. Inside, I was dying and filled with pain, suffering, and self-hatred. 20 years ago, I made the choice to start healing (and looking at my own inner demons) and my spiritual journey began…

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Five Tips to Transform Your Life

Five Tips to Transform Your Life

Transformation – what a powerful word. It can mean very different things to so many people. I have built relationships with many ladies in San Diego who have built their dream jobs from the ground up, and most notable is that part of their missions are to help inspire women and moms to grow and follow their passions…

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TakeLessons Helps Support Families – One Lesson at a Time!

TakeLessons Helps Support Families – One Lesson at a Time!

We’re a San Diego based online marketplace for students and families to connect with the best local, prescreened, and affordable private teachers for various lesson types, including music, performing arts, academic tutoring, and more.

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Weekend Family Fun in San Diego Awaits

Weekend Family Fun in San Diego Awaits

I thought I would take a few moments to share some great local sites that are sweet go-to resources to find out what happening events are going on in town! From festivals, to fairs, beach events, book readings, farmers’ markets…. there is always something fun and festive to find in the best place to live: San Diego!

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Make Up Your Mind – Upgrade, Repair or Invest in a New Computer – Essential Frugality Tips

Make Up Your Mind – Upgrade, Repair or Invest in a New Computer – Essential Frugality Tips

However, on certain occasions we face unforeseen outflows that shape up as compulsory investments in malfunctioning equipment, indispensable repair works or even outdated technology…

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How Miss Organized’s Tracy Paye Helped Me Clear Out the Clutter!

How Miss Organized’s Tracy Paye Helped Me Clear Out the Clutter!

This is a sponsored post, thanks to The Online Mom. It isn’t every day that you are told that a published book has an entire chapter written about you! I shared in a prior post that I am the woman referred to in the last chapter as ”Heather” in professional organizer, Tracy Paye’s book, If Clutter Could Talk the […]

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