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Exploring The Forgotten Zones

Exploring The Forgotten Zones

Snowy white frost is all over my freezer, making my frozen foods an icy mystery. I sigh as I dig out my directions on how to speed clean your freezer in 20 minutes (yes, it can be done) and get to work and ask myself how I could let it go for so long. I'm always...

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Birthday Freebies Are Like Internet Legal Forms

Birthday Freebies Are Like Internet Legal Forms

Too Much Cake and Too Many Freebies May Be Great Today, But You Won't Be Too Happy Tomorrow Last week I had the good fortune to celebrate 5 birthdays in one day. As with most birthday celebrations, they involved food. In addition to all the birthday cake (and one...

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Why Easter Eggs Are Like The Series LLC

Why Easter Eggs Are Like The Series LLC

A Series LLC Keeps Your Eggs From Getting Scrambled When You Keep Them All in One Basket We’ve just finished Easter with its time-honored tradition of the Easter Egg Hunt; creatively decorating our eggs with a variety of dyes, decals, embellishments, and crayons; then...

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Why You Don’t Have to Go to the Pharmacy for Thin Mints

Why You Don’t Have to Go to the Pharmacy for Thin Mints

Mint for Everyone - And Why It's Going to Stay That Way! Another St. Patrick's Day has come and gone, and it's time to put away the lucky green shamrocks. The days of the minty guilty pleasure known as the Shamrock Shake are coming to a close for 2013. But before we...

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Cash Awards for Claims from Hispanic or Female Farmers

Cash Awards for Claims from Hispanic or Female Farmers

Extended Deadline:  Claims Must be Filed by March 25th, 2013!  May 1st, 2013 Normally, you know I post a little seed of legal information for you to grow your business. Today, instead, I’m alerting you to a special award program for Hispanic and Female Farmers. If you...

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Save Your Money by Being on the Lookout for This Lemon!

Save Your Money by Being on the Lookout for This Lemon!

Don't Pay for Something You Don't Need! Recently I was going to try out a new recipe that called for 1 teaspoon of lemon juice. It’s been a long time since I bought lemon juice, but I’m pretty sure they still don’t sell it by the teaspoon. So this left me with two...

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Stay Away From Popcorn at the Movies? Resistance Is Futile!

Stay Away From Popcorn at the Movies? Resistance Is Futile!

Let the Biter Beware One of the great year-round pass times in America is going to the movies. Even though we have the option to wait just a few short months to watch them at home, there are some films that we either can’t wait for or (in the age of 3-D blockbusters)...

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What Dining Aldesco Means For Your Business

What Dining Aldesco Means For Your Business

Now Getting a Bite Eat Means Getting a Byte to Eat Once upon a time taking your lunch break on a work day meant getting together with some friends or coworkers. You would go to a nearby restaurant and chat over a meal away from the office. If you didn’t feel like...

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What’s More Important: The Product or the Package?

What’s More Important: The Product or the Package?

In Some Cases the Box is More Valuable Than What's Inside It.   A staple of Valentine’s Day is a heart-shaped box of chocolates complete with a red ribbon. Your Valentine feels special when untying the ribbon, lifting the lid, and inhaling the aroma of chocolates...

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PB and J with a Side of Tax Deductions

PB and J with a Side of Tax Deductions

What Tax Deductions Have to do with Your PB and J?   I've just returned from out of town and my refrigerator looks "empty." It's got a door full of condiments and a random assortment of possibly (probably) expired salad dressings that I don't really ever use...

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What’s Your New Year’s Good Luck Tradition?

What’s Your New Year’s Good Luck Tradition?

We have our traditions of starting off the New Year with eating lucky foods. At midnight, we follow the Mexican/Spanish tradition of eating 12 grapes, one for each month of the New Year. During the New Year's holiday, we also have Japanese nishime (stew of chicken,...

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