Save Money While Cooking

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Save Money While Cooking Save Money While Cooking Check out these 10 simple tips to Save your dollars while cooking! 1) Use powdered milk instead of regular milk --It is easy to mix up as needed as is a great substitute in recipes, pasta or rice side dishes,pudding and anything else that calls for milk. The only thing I won't use powdered milk for is if I am having it straight up in cereal or a glass. 2) Keep your brown sugar from getting hard by placing a piece of bread inside the ...

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iPad Repair Cracked Screen

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    iPad Repair Cracked Screen It happened again. I mean again they cracked my screen. The first time I walked into apple only to be told they would take my iPad and charge me several hundred dollars for a refurbished one. I didn't take that option. I instead went to the place in the mall to repair my iPad. The did so for $150.00. I was desperate. It never occurred to me that I could do it myself for a lot less that was until it happened again and my screen was again cracked. I bet you are ...

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Karla’s Korner: Living Intentionally

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Living Intentionally… Searching for something to pass the time while on the exercise bike this week I discovered the documentary “Happy”. This film takes the viewer on a rather intriguing journey from the swamps of Louisiana to Kolkata India interviewing people who have found happiness. What I found interesting is that happiness is defined in many different ways by many different people, yet all claim to be happy. Following what many would consider an extremely poor man in Kolkata as he wakes ...

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Karla’s Korner: Hum a Little

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Karla's Korner: Hum a Little Hum a little….. She stands a little over five feet tall, has long dark hair flowing down her petite shoulders, wears glasses and is humming every time I see her. I don’t know her name but every time I shop at the local K-Mart I find myself trying to get in her checkout lane. Like most folks I find holiday shopping exhausting. The crowds of people pushing and shoving their way through stores searching for the “perfect” gift takes a toll on me. I’m not a fan of ...

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Karla’s Korner: The Reality of Judgment

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The Reality of Judgment The Reality of Judgment: Fear of Being Different Walking into the local grocery store I follow a twenty-something young woman dressed in a leather jacket and knit hat. It’s winter and I find myself wishing I could pull off wearing a hat like that; maybe I could. Walking past the deli I notice a familiar face and as I prepare to smile and acknowledge the acquaintance and her husband I nearly stop in my tracks as the rolls her eyes, gets her husband’s attention, points ...

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Karla’s Korner: Finding Victory in Struggle

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Karla's Korner: Finding Victory in Struggle Finding Victory in Struggle English American author and political activist Thomas Paine wrote: “The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly; it is dearness only that gives everything its value. I love the man that can smile in trouble, that can gather strength from distress and grow.” In 2014 Kayla Montgomery clinched the North Carolina high school state title in the 3,200-meter race ...

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Driving in Snow Tips

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This post contains affiliate links  Driving in Snow Tips Winter Safety - Driving in Snow Tips In some places, Winter means dangerous driving conditions. Snow, sleet, hail, wind and icy conditions can lead to accidents, injuries and damage to your vehicle. When you hit the road this Winter, be prepared. Make sure that you put safety first. Be responsible and cautious when you are driving and be sure to follow these Driving in Snow Tips. You may be ready for Winter, but is your vehicle? ...

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Karla’s Korner: Farewell 2014

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Farewell 2014 Farewell 2014: Lessons and Resolutions There are just a few days left to reflect on 2014 and make resolutions for 2015; if you’re into resolutions. As I began to think about my final article for the year my initial thought was “Farewell 2014…You Sucked”, however, as I began to think about all that has taken place I realize that it really didn’t suck at all. As a matter of fact, 2014 was a year filled with blessings, life lessons and a whole lotta love. The Dalai Lama once ...

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Karla’s Korner: Holiday Traditions….Again

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Holiday Traditions With Christmas just a few days away I decided to re-share my thoughts on holiday traditions. As you prepare for your Christmas celebration I encourage you take time to create your own family traditions knowing that there are no right or wrong ways to celebrate. Life is meant to be enjoyed, shared and celebrated with others, so do it. American author Oren Arnold wrote: Christmas gift suggestions: To your enemy, forgiveness. To an opponent, tolerance. To a friend, your ...

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Karla’s Korner: Remembering Our Caterpillar Moments

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Remembering Our Caterpillar Moments Once in a while a conversation takes place that for no other reason I believe to cause us to stop and think; to ponder or search for an “ahh haa” moment. Such a conversation took place at a Christmas party with friends this week. A friend shared that her young daughter asked her if butterflies remember being a caterpillar. Because butterflies have become an inspiration to me, a symbol of transformation and hope, I couldn’t help but not only participate in ...

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