February Fever

Welcome to the top 5 organizing projects for February. As of the 1st of the month there are only 48 days until Spring!!! I’ve got spring fever already. Did you know that a 2013 survey showed that over 72% of households in the U.S. engage in some kind of spring ...

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10 Signs That He Likes You

You met this great guy and you’ve been dating each other for some time. Not in an exclusive relationship, but you have been spending time together. Phone calls that lasted for more than an hour, flirty smiles are exchanged. You feel good about him. Now is the million dollar question ...

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Why Is My Boiler Boiler Pressure Relief Valve Leaking?

During a recent inspection water was dripping from the extension pipe on the side of the boiler onto the floor. This piping was connected to a leaking Pressure Relief or Safety Valve. This fairly common problem is actually a relatively good thing and keeps you and your family safe from ...

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Honesty and Integrity – What Does This Mean to You?

Honesty and Integrity go hand-in-hand, but in today's world, it seems that people have grown so lax that both of these hits have blown out of the window. In fact, if you ask the majority of today's youth to give you the truest definition of honesty and integrity, they may ...

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Discover Foods That Help Constipation To Get Things Moving Again

Foods that help constipation… Indeed, for some four millions unlucky Americans, constipation is a chronic problem and of course if you happen to be one of the four million you’re probably less concerned about what has made you constipated than about how to get things moving again. Therefore, let’s discuss ...

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Teenagers – Inside the Teenage Brain

Recent research on the human brain provides parents with shocking new evidence to possibly explain the sometimes irrational, illogical and impulsive behavior of teenagers. Brain researchers can now scan the live teenage brain to observe and examine why these curious and perplexing creatures make so many impulsive and egocentric decisions, ...

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