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Tips on how to speed postpartum recovery, what to do and what not to do, as well as products that can be helpful after you've just had a baby
I know it's tough, and it really hurts. It won't happen overnight, but here are some steps to getting over a breakup and moving on with your life
Here I will explain why it is OK to have only a little faith, and how God can use your small morsel of faith to do great things in His Kingdom. It's OK if your faith is small - God can use you!
Broken friendships hurt! How do you handle it when one of your best friends cuts you out of their life? Here I will give some tips on what to do and how to handle this heartache, forgive, and move on
Tips on how to get a job, including how to format your resume, what to wear to your interview, how to conduct yourself during an interview, steps to take after the interview to increase your chances
My story of my sweet pet cat, Lucky; how we got her, her favorite treats and cat-isms, and our favorite moments with her
I will teach you how to make a handmade postcard for St. Patrick's Day using free cut-outs from online, as well as glue, scrapbooking paper or cardstock, stickers, and anything else you want!
I'll explain what my childhood was like, back when I lived in the country next door to my grandma and grandpa. I will share my favorite memories with you
Here I will show you 10 types of artistic expression that inspire me, and why they are so dear to my heart!
How to dress, what stores to shop at, what accessories and clothes to buy, what music to listen to, and how to behave if you want to be a hipster
Having a daily quiet time is important, and it's not as hard as you think! Here are some steps and helpful tips on how to start your daily devotional time with God
Things you will need: Craft glue Popsicle sticks A few simple pictures from magazines (i.e. animals, plants or simple objects that capture the child's attention) Imagination and creativitiy! Step 1:...
How to create an ink-blot picture with toddlers, using washable finger paint