Happy Monday: Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Rap

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One of my friends posted this video of her hubby and I just had to share. If this doesn’t brighten your Monday… nothing can. Have a WONDERFUL day! Check out the tips below to take this idea to another level… Continue reading »


The Great Gatsby Retold: Great, By Sara Benincasa

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Naomi Rye torturously spends each summer with her famous mother in the Hamptons, trying to avoid the masses of rich, socialite brats around her. This year proves to be different when she is invited to a lavish party at the neighbors house. The mysterious blogger, Jacinta, throws the most amazing parties and Naomi finds herself captured within the excitement of it all. Little does she know, Jacinta is clouded with personal secrets that may unravel with horrifying consequences. Continue reading »



Proper Place Setting and Meal Time Etiquette

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Whether you are throwing a fancy party or just setting the table for dinner. Here is an easy guide for teaching your kids (or remembering yourself) how to set a proper place setting- and other fancy meal time etiquette most people have forgotten. Continue reading »


Finding Escape in a World of Darkness: Elusion, By Claudia Gabel and Cheryl Klam

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Regan can still remember the feeling of complete awe she had the moment her father took her into the world of Elusion, it was one of their last moments together before he tragically died in an unrelated accident. Even then she knew that his invention had the opportunity to change the world; through use of an App and some hardware, people could transport themselves into the beautiful landscapes of the past and experience nature without the worries of danger and fear. In Elusion they could escape the now ravished world they live in. As rumors rise about Elusion being harmful to its users, Regan must fight for her father’s reputation and uncover the truth; whatever that might be. Continue reading »