I hope all of my readers are ready for picnics and sleepless nights (as a Mom of two kids, I know that sleepless nights are guaranteed). Honestly, I’m far from politics. I rarely discuss it with my family or friends and I guess you’ve noticed it. But I can’t help discussing with you one issue. Mister Donald Trump, welcome to my blog!
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Hello! How were your last days? There is no doubt that spring has finally come – people are wide awake – full of energy and enthusiasm. While men direct their force to earn money for your family summer vacation (I hope so), you are more likely in a search of the best hobby for women. That’s right and I absolutely support you in this decision.
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I know that I am not the only one, who can be attracted by the creative and outstanding logotype of the good, shop, or brand! Am I right? Yes, the power of the well-designed working marketing is indisputable. Unfortunately, most of us are blind and helpless against advertising and unique logos.
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For me, spring is a sign of changes. By the word “change” I mean literally everything, from tiny little thing to some really huge matters that can change our whole living.
For instance, just a few days ago I made a decision to alter my budgeting habits. In certain aspects, money matters a lot. It doesn’t mean you must be striving for wealth all of your life, nor should it become the sense of our existence. The whole point is knowing how to manage finances within our compass.
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Just imagine – one of six Americans, who owe a student loan/loans, default on their payments or make them less than one in a year! The statistic might not frighten you until you hear this number – $1.2 trillion. $1.2 trillion in student loans is the price the Americans have to pay for their educational services (according to the report made by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York).
The statistic might not frighten you until you hear this number – $1.2 trillion. $1.2 trillion in student loans is the price the Americans have to pay for their educational services (according to the report made by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York).
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During warm and sunny days, I am very active in all senses. I think everyone gets his additional wave of powers as soon as days get a little longer and you may finally feel yourself alive in the evening cause it’s no longer getting dark that fast.
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Hi, ladies! How many working Moms read me? I hope that a great number of working Moms or Moms, who are going to become job seekers, is a huge part of my audience. So, I thought that there are too many articles about home and parenting for my business ladies. I have already posted a couple of articles dedicated to resume and nursing cover letter.
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The hype around St. Valentine’s Day subsides and sweet couples start gradually coming back to their routine. A great part of students now is working on their dissertations, isn’t it? A friend of mine has just complained about her son always sitting over textbooks, tutorials, and getting his dissertation done. “What a lucky Mom” you will think BUT I always emphasize on the fact that there HAS to be something besides studying.
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USA women owe 9.4 million of firms, supply 7.9 million jobs, and produce $1.5 trillion in sales. Just ponder about this information! It’s a powerful purpose to launch your own business, isn’t it? Thousands of American women managed to do it and you will!
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Happy February! How were your first days of this month? I had some great time with kids this weekend. We have spent two days out of the city and closer to nature. Even though it was cold, it was a real bless to enjoy the beauty of winter in the woods. Nevertheless, I am looking forward to spring since it’s my most favorite season out of all.
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