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Why I’m Switching From Leggings And Going Retro With The House Dress

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Leggings and yoga pants seem to be the typical fashion around most houses, while the house dress is out of fashion. Homemakers and stay at home moms live in their leggings, both in and outside of the home, and I can understand why. They’re comfortable and allow for a full range of motion, so squatting down to play with your kids isn’t a pain in the rear like it can be when wearing jeans.

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Six Reasons To Start A Blog When You Already Work A Full-Time Job

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You’re already tired when you get home from work. You have a house to clean, kids to play with, dogs to walk. Why should someone like you put time and effort into starting a blog?

Let’s assume you don’t need extra money every month (even though I bet you do). Even if you love your job and you’re well paid for your time, there is still a benefit to investing time and effort into starting a blog now.

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Frugal Hygge: How To Hygge Your Home On A Budget

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Hygge is a Danish word (pronounced like hooga) that roughly translates to ‘cosiness’. It’s so much more than the decor in your home, it’s the mood and atmosphere of your home. It’s how friends and family feel when they are in your home, and the feelings they are left with when they depart.

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Herring Bone Stitches For Beginners

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This text comes from the book Art In Needlework by Lewis F. Day and Mary Buckle. The information has only been edited for clarity. I share this info so that it is more freely available to embroidery beginners!

Herring-bone is the name by which it is customary to distinguish a variety of stitches somewhat resembling the spine of a fish such as the herring. It would be simpler to describe them as “fish-bone;” but that term has been appropriated to describe a particular variety of it. One would have thought it more convenient to use fish for the generic term, and a particular fish for the specific. However, it saves confusion to use names as far as possible in their accepted sense.

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Five Essential Podcasts Every Mom Making Money Needs To Listen To

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I listen to a lot of podcasts. I listen to them when I’m cooking and cleaning, and sometimes before I go to bed. I just like to have something in my ear that’s informative and funny. Podcasts as a whole feel more professional than YouTube videos, and are more fun than old fashioned radio or audio books.

There are a few different categories that I like listening to, but honestly I am hooked on podcasts that inspire me to be more creative and get that bag with my online businesses.

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Forget Keywords. This Is The Only Tool You Need For Blog SEO.

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Can you believe that still in 2020, bloggers are focusing on outdated keywords? With the rise of voice search and better Google algorithms, keywords barely matter anymore. No, there’s something much more important than keywords and keyword density.

And there’s just one, FREE tool you need to use to hit the SEO jackpot.

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