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The American Red Cross Giving Day – Make An Impact

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of American Red Cross. All opinions are 100% mine. March 28 is Giving Day, the American Red Cross’ 24 hour fundraising event that focuses on raising donations to help support their disaster relief work, specifically for families trying to rebuild after a major disaster and […]

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Time For An Upgrade? Google Pixelbook Does It All

From time to time I hear a friend complain about her outdated adfasf, and wanting an upgrade but not really sure what is new in tech. We all wonder which sadfds will best serve our needs, and there are so many options and permutations of those options that is quickly becomes overwhelming and confusing. Luckily, […]

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Go On A Spring Getaway To Mexico

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Apple Vacations. All opinions are 100% mine. In the midst of more snow in New York, all I can think about is a vacation someplace warm, like beautiful Mexico. I know Mexico is amazing after visiting about ten years ago, and I’d say it’s […]

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March: No Sugar

Giving up sugar was extremely hard, because I love my daily cup(s) of coffee and can’t stand coffee black, so how was I going to enjoy my daily motivator? Then I watched this documentary on Amazon Prime and Sugar Coated on Netflix, and that was it. Sugar was gone, and the idea of eating something […]

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March Is National Kidney Disease Prevention Month

One in three Americans is at risk for chronic kidney disease, and kidney disease causes more deaths than breast cancer or prostate cancer. It is the ninth leading cause of death in the U.S., and it is estimated that 30 million people in the U.S. are affected by kidney disease but approximately 90% of those […]

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