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5 Smart Ways to Bolster Baby’s Intelligence

5 Smart Ways to Bolster Baby’s Intelligence

| October 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

5 Smart Ways to Bolster Baby’s Intelligence Innovative toys and products can provide a learning foundation for your infant. You can begin this process before birth by reading to your infant while in the mother’s womb. After birth, you can introduce a number of toys and objects that can encourage stimulation and promote learning with […]

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3 Topics you Must Discuss with your College-bound Teen

3 Topics you Must Discuss with your College-bound Teen

| August 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Parents have much to do when preparing their teen to go to college. There are countless forms to complete, supplies to purchase, and spending accounts to establish. However, each parent will need to sit down and talk to their college-bound teen and go over the three most important things they must know before going to […]

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North San Diego Art Teacher Turns Scrap Crayons into Recycled Treasure

North San Diego Art Teacher Turns Scrap Crayons into Recycled Treasure

| March 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

Read how recycling scrap crayons became a business and environmental lesson by green art teacher Spramani Elaun. Recycle Crayons! If you did not know I recycle crayons! I make beautiful handcrafted Colour Blocks™ stackable square block crayons recycled into earthy tones. Colour Blocks™. Over the course of many years teaching art, home-schooling and a recycle artist, I collected […]

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Tuesday & Wednesday Farmers Markets Around North San Diego

Tuesday & Wednesday Farmers Markets Around North San Diego

| March 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Locally here in San Diego we have many options for buying fresh produce.   Almost every day of the week you can find a fresh farmers market taking place. Listed here is your Local: Tuesday & Wednesday Farmers Markets    What’s in Season in March at the local Farmers Markets? Asparagus, Avocados, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, […]

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Interview with Coach John Kentera

Interview with Coach John Kentera

| December 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

I had the honor and privilege of interviewing Coach John Kentera! I’d like to think of him as the golden voice of radio. For all of you who are not familiar with Coach Kentera (shame on you, just kidding), he is a sports radio broadcaster for XX1090 am radio. XX1090 is the home of the […]

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Free Resume Services for Veterans

Free Resume Services for Veterans

| November 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

I am offering my resume services free of charge for the remainder of 2012 to all active, retired, and soon-to-retire veterans.  My professional experience includes small business, Fortune 500 companies, marketing, and team building. A resume is your personal marketing document and the biggest factor outside of personal networking to get you into the door for […]

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DUI Checkpoints San Diego – TEXT NoDUI to 51515

DUI Checkpoints San Diego – TEXT NoDUI to 51515

| November 14, 2012 | 3 Comments

Have you ever been stuck in a DUI Checkpoint? It’s not fun and you end up getting bothered when you are doing nothing wrong. I’ve also heard that the in California it costs $10,000 to have a DUI checkpoint and it’s focused mostly on education. With the already high amounts of traffic around the San […]

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Licensed For Marijuana

Licensed For Marijuana

| November 12, 2012 | 1 Comment

Here is a scenario for you: You have your medical cannabis license and you are legally able to purchase and use medicinal cannabis in the state your physician issued it to you. However, you are injured on the job and required to take a drug test. Your test comes back positive for cannabis. Even though you are […]

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Seasonal Eating in November/December

Seasonal Eating in November/December

| November 6, 2012 | 3 Comments

Farmers markets and local stands are loaded with winter vegetables

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The Carlsbad Street Fair

The Carlsbad Street Fair

| November 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Carlsbad street fair was this past Sunday, November 4th. It was a gorgeous day and the Village was packed with people, pets, vendors and more! This fair has said to be one of the largest in the county and it never disappoints. There was so much to do and if we could do it […]

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Do College Students Need To Sleep, Anyways?

Do College Students Need To Sleep, Anyways?

| October 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

College students are among the most sleep-deprived people in America, and various studies show that American college students sleep less than six hours every night – with way too many getting much less than that. In fact, as little as 10 percent of college students identify themselves as good sleepers. Not surprisingly, then, most college […]

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