Monthly Archives: November 2010

Entrepreneur and Family Will Trot the Globe

Browsing for Fendi finds and you never know what you’ll come across… Jay Shapiro, an advertising pioneer who sold his company to travel the world, designed the EcoRoamer as his family’s traveling home. Shapiro is traveling with his wife, two … Continue reading

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Thinking Green

When I was pregnant with Rachel, my hubby told me he didn’t want me using any cleaning chemicals. So, I got quite used to using assorted green cleaning supplies for housecleaning. Believe it or not, toilets can get just as … Continue reading

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Mouse Shopping

I was shopping for a new optical mouse yesterday and couldn’t believe how inexpensive a decent mouse is nowadays. I browsed through Amazon’s offerings…got distracted by the huge inventory of Amazon books, and ended up buying a Microsoft wireless mouse. … Continue reading

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New Mothers Grow Bigger Brains Within Months of Giving Birth

Wow – I bet those you never suspected those prenatal vitamins did this, huh? Motherhood may actually cause the brain to grow. New research is finding that the brains of new mothers may grow in areas linked to motivation and … Continue reading

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Spice in Curry Could Prevent Liver Damage

Here is one amazing spice — who knows…it may even be an antiaging product for all we know! Curcumin — this is what gives curry its zing — may be able to prevent or treat liver damage from an advanced … Continue reading

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Starbucks Holiday Deal

Love Starbucks? Who doesn’t? I love a lot of things, including cheap flowers, but this is cool too. I need to find me a special friend and go check this out. Starbucks is celebrating the launch of the holiday season … Continue reading

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Time for Berries

Put off shopping for that contemporary coffee table for now…it’s berry time in the UK. For a really good berry season, you need just the right circumstances. The first thing you need is a previous autumn that was warm and … Continue reading

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Cell Phones Help Save the Lives of Mothers, Infants and Children

More engineering jobs coming right up. Basic mobile technology can save the lives of mothers in childbirth and improve the care of newborns and children. Take it another step and advanced mobile technology can check on patients, keep records, improve … Continue reading

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Missing Camera

Go to Goodwill and you never know what you’ll find…perhaps a like-new bathroom vanity or even a camera that was stolen from you 30 years earlier. Ben Sizemore had a Canon prototype camera he used for part-time photography work. The … Continue reading

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Man Rides 3 Miles in Wheelchair to Help Sister

If he traded in his wheelchair for an ATV, complete with new ATV Parts, imagine how well he’d do! A 73-year-old man from Oregon drove himself three miles in his motorized wheelchair to find help. Eventually, hunters found him and … Continue reading

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