Own Your own or just a job?
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Some one by your side?
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What Moves Me...
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My Life To-Do List
Currently on my Life Wish List:
To live my life with as little stress as possible. To laugh more and enjoy life.
Goals I am working on:
To own my own... To be able to travel with my kids, to help others as others have helped me. To give back.
Projects I am working on:
Trying to find a venture that I am passinate about or at least happy with to first provide for my family then start realizing my dream of owning my own B&B.
I wanted to find out if anyone out there knows whether or not as a practicing phlebotomist in N.Y do you have to have a license? Can you just have a certificate? Does having a license show employers that you are willing to go the "extra' mile to get
Asked on 17th September 2008 | 0 replies
How did you talk to your daughters about when that time of the month starts?
Asked on 9th September 2008 | 2 replies
Hi Ladies! Work It, Mom! recommended I ask the forum to help me out with an article I'm working on for our Thanksgiving issue and am looking for funny or embarrassing thanksgiving dinner stories. Whether it was a cooking moment, while cleaning up, si
Answered on 29th September 2008:
I have a pretty interesting Thanksgiving story to share. I went and got the turkey the day before Thanksgiving. Now we have a pet dog. As I came in I put all the groceries on the table, of course our dog came and tried to see what was going on( he's a nosy dog!!). So anyway, I started putting everything away, the turkey I put in the sink so I can season it then put it in a pan and put it in the fridge for the next day. When I turned my back to get the seasonings our dog got up on his hind legs and tried to eat the turkey!!! The sink was too deep for him to really get at it but he got his claws into it. So there were claw marks all over the turkey. So that year we had 2 turkeys!! One for the dog and one for everybody else!!
When you pick up your kids from school, are they into talking to you about their day? I find that my daughter -- who is 4 -- doesn't really like when I bug her with how was your day, but later, in the evening, might break out into this entire story a
Answered on 11th September 2008:
Yeah, that's normal for my 4 year old. She does the same thing.It seems she rather get home first then have a snack. after her snack she talks about her day in school. It seems she would rather settle in first. Don't worry she'll tell you when she is more comfortable after getting out of school.