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Can you be friends with the opposite sex (or the sex you are attracted to)?

Look, platonic relationships between men and women exist.  Nobody should be so bold as to assume that there are ZERO platonic relationships between people who could be attracted to one other.  The world is big and the people in it are powerful enough to achieve very significant and (perhap...
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Ways to encourage your child to take care of their teeth

I don't know why, but some kids are reeeeally not into brushing their teeth. They fight their parents on it and seem adverse to anything that has to do with toothpaste, mouthwash or floss. So, if you have a child who is resisting healthy oral hygiene, here are some tips to help you out. ...
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Homemade burger buns that rival your fast food ones

Homemade burger buns will really put your next barbecue over the top. Make extras to freeze for future impromptu burger nights. Ingredients 3 tablespoons warm milk 1 cup warm water 2 1/4 teaspoons (1 packet) instant yeast 2 1/2 tablespoons granulated sugar 1 large egg 3 cups bread flour ...
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Tuscan Daughter review

Tuscan Daughter by Lisa Rochon is a layered and rich novel chronicling the years between 1500-1505 when Leonardo Da Vinci and Michelangelo were in Florence at the same time. The story is told through the lens of a fictional young girl, Bearice, as she intertwines herself into the lives of both ...
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It Happened One Summer review

If you’re looking for a good summer read that just takes you away, then It Happened One Summer by Tessa Bailey is that book. This novel, written during the pandemic, is about a LA socialite who, after winding up in jail for a party gone too far, is sent off to a small fishing town to...
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Children’s books by indigenous writers

If you’re looking for great children’s books by indigenous authors, we have a few suggestions. While some of these books cover the horrific realities of residential schools, many others provide children with an introduction to various indigenous customs and traditions. Go Show the Wor...
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5 Outside-the-box date night ideas for parents

And now that things are starting to open up, I want to do and see it all, from a safe and social distance, of course. I don’t want to *just* go to a restaurant, I want to make a full evening out of this date night. I want to do a fun activity before supporting an amazing local restaurant that ...
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The art of receiving: Let in the love!

I can’t tell you how many people come into my office to discover that they have a complete inability to accept compliments and/or be on the receiving end of nice gestures. If this sounds familiar, I’m telling you that there are people out there trying to do nice things for you and you ar...
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Why it's important that my 8yo son do chores

I wrote a blog recently about chores by age and got slammed on social media for even giving my son chores. Yep- a few parents told me it was wrong to expect my child to do any sort of labour because that's my job as a parent. To this I say..... HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA..... Guys: Kids...
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Grainless Ghee-nola

This buttery granola is full of large, crunchy clusters. I always have a jar on hand for snacking or to add some crunch to breakfast bowls. This granola is packed with healthy omega-3 fatty acids from nuts, seeds, and a whole egg. It is not too sweet and will help keep you energized with good fats t...
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The Comfort Book review

Matt Haig’s latest book can best be described as that long awaited warm hug you didn’t know you needed. The Comfort Book is a collection of Haig’s random quips and thoughts about hope, happiness and life. It without a doubt lives up to its title, as every page brings grea...
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5 Tips to gain back time every day

I recently started taking a closer look at the time we spend looking for things. The studies I looked up which evaluate time spent looking for misplaced items vary between 10 and 55 minutes a day. This means that even if we are extremely conservative, 10 minutes per day times an average of...
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