Placenta Picture Frames Bring Body Art to A New Level

Mar 22 2014

Pictures used to be the definitive memento in one of the most important moments in a mother’s life. Artist Amanda Cotton has taken this to a whole new level. You can now have the picture and its frame as a memento. She has developed the groundbreaking method of taking the mother’s placenta and transforming it […]

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Five Inexpensive Home Decorating Tips

Feb 09 2014

With healthcare costs and the unemployment rate steadily rising, expensive home improvement and decor projects are rapidly becoming a thing of the past. Today’s homeowners and renters want inexpensive, fresh and modern design tips. To give home’s cheap facelifts, consider the following budget-friendly design tips: Artwork – Artwork is expensive. Homeowners also find it challenging […]

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How to Throw a Dinner Party on a Budget

Feb 03 2014

During times of economic woes, people embrace comradery. Family and friends inspire people, giving hope to desolate situations. Fortunately, throwing a lively dinner party for friends and family doesn’t have to be an expensive treat. No matter the budget, people can host warm parties that focus on good food and great conversation. Invitations – Customizing […]

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Repurposing Used and Old Items can Considerably Reduce Solid Wastes

Jan 22 2014

With today’s throwaway environment, it’s easier to buy a new item rather than work on an old or damaged one.  However, key statistics from the US Environmental Protection Agency show that each person throws 4.6 lbs. of trash on a daily basis. Sadly, even when around 75% of this waste is recyclable, only less than […]

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2014 Dinnerware Trends

Jan 07 2014

Reports are in and experts agree that 2014’s dinnerware trends are going to be exciting and new! While classic wedding china is virtually timeless, there are several ways Americans can spice up their dinnerware while not deviating from tight budgets. Natural – Embracing earth-friendly natural homemade pieces and colors has never been more popular. Handcrafted […]

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2014 Color Trends

Dec 13 2013

With 2014 just around the corner, designers are announcing the latest home décor and color trends that are anticipated to dominate the upcoming year. Read more for a glimpse into these sizzling hot hues! Cayenne – This bold hue looks fantastic when paired as an accent color to neutral décor. Consider adding red charger plates […]

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10 Food Trends to Watch For in 2014

Nov 12 2013

Planning a party? Eating out? Or doing some grocery shopping? You will be surprised at the newest and latest food trends that will find its way to your much-loved restaurant dishes, your grocery shelves and even your party buffet chafers. The communications company Sterling-Rice Group has released a list of the top food trends that […]

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Shopping Season Abounds

Apr 04 2013

As holiday shopping season rapidly approaches, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve will soon be upon us. As retailers gear up for holiday fun and last minute shopping, Olympic Eyewear specializes in providing a number of sunglasses styles. Even if a consumer does not live in a tropical paradise, where sunglasses are a must-have […]

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The Latest Fall Trends

Apr 04 2013

What are the latest sunglasses trends on today’s ever-evolving chic marketplace? Olympic Eyewear will help consumers choose the most up-to-date styles, ensuring that customers look simply fabulous in time for the holidays. Big, Bold and Sunny – These distinct styles are reminiscent of that tiny little polka dot bikini, only big and ready to make […]

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Do you need bifocals or reading glasses?

Apr 04 2013

As everyone ages, so his or her need for bifocals increase. What exactly is this phenomenon in scientific terms and why, as people age, do they require glasses to help them read? As the inventor of bifocals, the renowned creator and forefather of our great nation, Benjamin Franklin, had some insight into this interesting condition, […]

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