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Weekend Wish List. Continued.

Weekend Wish List. Continued.

Once I started to think about all the things that   I wanted to do, the ideas wouldn’t stop. This will be a new thing for me here on L&P, I think every weekend I will post a wish list of ideas, things to do, places to go, people to see- ect.. If any of you have great ideas and think […]

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Breastfeeding Part2

Breastfeeding Part2

A baby’s latch can make or break your dicision to breastfeed. If baby has a good latch, breastfeeding can be a wonderful experiece but if baby has a bad latch, mommies can endure weeks of pain. My first child latched on correctly right away. But i wasn’t so lucky with my second child. This was partly my fault. I wanted […]

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Facebook Politics

Facebook Politics

After acting like a digital jerk a few too many times I think I’ve learned the hard way that it’s not always the best idea to attack people for their political views on Facebook (FB). Especially when it’s the friend of a friend — for all you know it’s their cousin or best friend from college — and the discussion […]

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Things People Don’t Tell You About Breastfeeding

Things People Don’t Tell You About Breastfeeding

I have been breastfeeding for a total of 3 years. It may or may not seem like a long time to you, but believe me, I don’t really remember life before nursing. The benefits are endless — it’s the perfect food for babies, it’s convenient, it’s always the right temperature, and it’s cheap too! Well, technically it’s free. So while […]

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A New Year. A New Decade.

A New Year. A New Decade.

As we slip into a new decade, I ask myself. Where will I be in the next 10 years? I implore you to ask yourself the same question. Where will YOU be in the next 10 years? If you’re like me, you focus on yearly progress- Measuring success and Failure by the convention of time. How much have I done […]

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New Years Resolutions

New Years Resolutions

No matter how you celebrate, New Years represents a time where you can wipe your slate clean and in some respect, start fresh. Another chance to begin a year filled with new goals, new perspectives, welcome personal growth, and create memories you only dreamed of in previous years. Today we call this the New Years Resolution starting January 1st. If […]

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Filibuster Reform – Let’s Get it Done!

Filibuster Reform – Let’s Get it Done!

Not so long ago I read a wonderful, but depressing, column by Thomas Friedman about our clogged up, special interest-laden political system contributing to the “incremental decline” of the U.S. He writes about how quickly things get done in Silicon Valley contrasted with the sluggish progress in Washington D.C.   Around the same time I saw an interview with author, Oxford […]

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What Christmas means to Non-Christians

What Christmas means to Non-Christians

As Christians adopted Paganism, merging the worship of the Pagan Sun God into the observation of what we now know as Christmas, so too have non-Christians easily blended into the festivities of the holiday season. In my opinion, Christmas is not really about Christ or religion at all. A little bit of research will tell you, the original holiday, the […]

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Flight Attendants Safely Usher Travelers to Holiday Destinations

Flight Attendants Safely Usher Travelers to Holiday Destinations

Upcoming Anniversary of the 2009 Christmas Day Bomber Reminds All that There is Never a Holiday from Safety and Security Work for Flight Attendants WASHINGTON,   /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ –“As the last line of defense, professional Flight Attendants are a vital link in the chain of commercial aviation security,” said AFA International President-Elect Veda Shook. “We are an integral part of a crew […]

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Having A Baby

Having A Baby

The decision of whether to have a baby wasn’t really a well thought out one for me and my husband. According to the doctor I was supposedly gonna have a hard time conceiving. Much to our surprise I found out I was pregnant 5 months after getting married. Ok yes I should have been on the pill or using some […]

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Not-So-Happy-Meals

Not-So-Happy-Meals

Oh, San Francisco. I knew it as soon as I heard the CNN teaser. “And coming up, one American city is banning Happy Meals…” I didn’t even need to watch the story to know which city was banning kids’ meals. No one does over-legislation like SF. Now, I know there is a childhood obesity epidemic in this country. I agree […]

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Stars To Pay Tribute To Barbra Streisand

Stars To Pay Tribute To Barbra Streisand

The Recording Academy and MusiCares announced performers for the 2011 MusiCares Person of the Year event honoring iconic artist and philanthropist Barbra Streisand, taking place Feb. 11 in Los Angeles, two days prior to the 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards. Artists scheduled to fete the legendary artist are Tony Bennett; singer/actress Kristin Chenoweth; members of the GRAMMY-nominated “Glee” cast Darren Criss, […]

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Top 10 Food Trends

Top 10 Food Trends

CHICAGO,  Dec. 13, 2010  /PRNewswire/ —  The Food Channel ® (foodchannel.com) has released the much-anticipated  “Top Ten Food Trends for 2011.” By partnering with  CultureWavesâ„¢ (www.culturewav.es),  Mintel International and  International Food Futurists ®,  The Food Channelhas been able to identify the most significant food trends that will drive how people eat throughout 2011, from buying to cooking to consuming. (Photo:  http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20101213/CG16488) “The new economy has created a boldness and willingness to […]

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