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Travel Tips

Brought to you by: Let us be your one-stop-shop for all your traveling preparations. Visit us! You can never be too careful. When traveling, remember: If you didn't unscrew a top that was sealed appropriately... don't drink it. If you didn't boil it first...don't sip it. If you didn't peel it... don't eat it. If…
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Teaching Gratitude

by Laurie Whitehead, Registered Mediator As the holiday season is upon us, children of all ages are writing their lists of all the things they want to receive. While receiving is certainly a fun part of each child's holiday tradition, this is also a great time to teach your child the art of gratitude. Research…
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Investors…Don’t Turn your Backs on Short Sales

A Niche In the Short Sale Game by Ken Corsini When I think about the opportunities and marketing efforts associated with short sales, I picture the typical family who has fallen victim to this recession. Perhaps it’s a husband whose job has been eliminated, resulting in the inability to pay the mortgage. Or, maybe it’s…
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Holiday Gift Market—Women for Women

Location: Gould Residence-Virginia Highland, 976 Highland View Hours: Fri 7-9pm (Meet the Artists), Sat 10-5pm, Sun 12-5pm. Featuring Amalia Designs, Annie Nichols, Beatrice Bensimon, Bhutan Baskets, Celtic Soul Craft, Children Inspiring Hope, Coleccion Luna, Craftstudio, Earth Mama Remedies, Emily Ayers, Jack Rabbit Creations, Jennifer Weissman, Lesley Ann Price, Lisa Bliss, Lynn Cross Designs, Madeline Burdine…
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Be Babies Be Kids – A recycled and repurposed eco-friendly store for babies and kids launches at Epworth’s Arts & Crafts Fair tomorrow.

Kristen Howard, resident of Candler Park and mom to three has started her long time dream of owning her own retail store.  Having graduated from East Carolina University with a BS in Apparel Merchandising, retail is in her blood!  Be Babies Be Kids (*Recycled*Loved*Repurposed*Green)  is a recycled and repurposed eco friendly store for babies and…
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