The Dong Quai Fertility Herb - Reverse Infertility
Are you searching for a safe way to combat your infertility and get pregnant quickly and naturally? The Dong Quai fertility…
How To Start A Vegetable Garden - 30 Day Challenge
Welcome to Day 17 of the 30 Day Challenge: How to Start a Vegetable Garden. Over the last week or so, I've been preparing…
Top 5 Funny Couples Halloween Costumes Ideas
When you go out at Halloween or to any fancy dress party over the year as a couple, you seek to get the maximum fun…
What's A Rain Barrel Diverter And Do I Need One?
Rain barrels are a handy way to save plant-loving rain water for gardens and planters and a smart way to conserve water.…
Top 5 Couples Halloween And Fancy Dress Costumes
Dressing up for a fancy dress party as a couple can be so much fun and with the amount of amazing costumes available…
Watering Tomatoes - What Every Gardener Should
As, a novice or seasoned gardener watering tomatoes seems like an easy enough task. But is this little task really…
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Grow Basil Indoors
Many cooks like to grow basil indoors. It’s convenient, not to mention extra fresh and more flavorful than dried basil and even “fresh” basil purchased from the market. Fortunately, basil is an easy plant to grow in your kitchen, provided it receives enough water and light. Another wonderful thing about…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Gardening   Mar 11, 2011  
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Anemia During Pregnancy? Are You Weak And Tired?
We all know it, you are pregnant. But you are also always tired, looking pale, have no concentrations and you are listless and always irritable. Chances are you probably are anemic. This only means that you probably do not have enough red or oxygen carrying cells in your blood. Generally…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Pregnancy   Apr 01, 2016  
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Pregnancy And Medical Conditions Part 3 – Asthma
Chronic medical conditions does not have to be a balancing act, there are many ways to deal with asthma and to manage being pregnant together with an asthma condition. You may experience a bit of a balancing act with the special diets, extra exercise, the medications you have to take…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Pregnancy   Apr 01, 2016  
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Pregnancy And Exercise Ball Go Hand In Hand
Usually you don’t find an exercise or workout routine for pregnant women that will directly help you during labor and beyond. However, there is one out there, and it is using the exercise ball also known as the birthing ball. There are even hospitals and medical facilities that have these…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Pregnancy   Aug 24, 2011  
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Useful Cross Stitch Equipment
There are many useful, but not necessarily essential, pieces of cross stitch equipment that will make your life as a cross stitcher more enjoyable and simpler. Purchasing the best quality tools that you can afford, and treating these tools with great care and respect, means that they should last for…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Crafts Supplies   Jan 29, 2014  
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Pregnancy: the Second Trimester
The first trimester is OVER! Time to celebrate! Your nausea and vomiting should begin to subside now. Your fatigue should also slow down. You will still have it, but it won’t be as bad. The first trimester was hard. It is now time to enjoy your pregnancy. The first trimester…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Pregnancy   Feb 28, 2011  
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Why is Bedtime so Difficult And What Do We Do About It?
It is 8:30 in your house and your a cringing at the expectation that bedtime is coming. Bedtime in all its glory. Screaming fit. Bouts of uncontrollable laughter when you want to be authority. Wrestling matches when you are trying to clothe your toddler in pajamas. Endless trips back and…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Babies Toddler   May 29, 2011  
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Best Laundry Soap
The question of the day is, "What is the best laundry soap?" Man! That is a loaded question. We are going to have to break down a number of things to be able to answer this, but just remember, you asked! Don't leave! This will be a breeze! Here we…
By:  in  Home and Family   Jun 28, 2011  
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Omega Goodness for You And Your Baby
Omega fish oils are good for a great many things, your heart, your brain, your mood, to balance your hormones and your baby. As your brain is mostly made up of fats, the consumption of fish and flaxseed oils help your brains health and your mood. This is good for…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Pregnancy   Apr 01, 2016  
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Ivf Failure Reasons And What to Do Next Time
Although scientific in nature, IVF itself is not an exact science and although everything can go exactly according to plan, there will never be a 100% success rate.  There are many IVF failure reasons and when you think about it, when a healthy couple tries to conceive naturally, it can…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Pregnancy   Mar 15, 2011  
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Walking While Pregnant - The Best Free Exercise for Pregnant Women
Pregnant women and walking go hand in hand. When asked what safe exercises are out there for pregnant women, many think of walking, swimming, or even prenatal yoga. Swimming is a great form of exercise, but you need to have access to a swimming pool and you also have to…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Pregnancy   Aug 16, 2011  
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Fathers Day
A father plays a key role in the life of his family and society. He is the head, leader, and priest of his household and has the God-given responsibility to faithfully love his wife and train and discipline his children in the fear of the Lord. He has to be…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Holidays   May 25, 2011  
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Life Must Go on
Part 1 I was only 18 years old when i got married to a man who is 10 years older than me.That was 1990. I may not say he was a perfect guy but he was good enough to be a good husband and a good father. A good provider...…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Mar 26, 2011  
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Gardening with Children – A Sunflower House Project
Watching children play in the garden is one of the most rewarding activities I can think of. A few years ago, while planning my garden, I came across instructions for growing a “sunflower house”. It’s not a structure to build, but rather a playhouse that you can grow. It provides…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Gardening   Jun 19, 2011  
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Discovering How To Cross Stitch
Learning how to cross stitch is not a difficult thing to do. It is very similar to embroidering. Once you understand the basics, you will need the proper equipment, to do your best work. Here is a look at the method, and some of the things that you will need.…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Crafts Hobbies   Jan 29, 2014  
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Teach Your Toddler Chores, And Then Sit Back And Watch Them Do Them!
This is by far my favorite article to write as I am enjoying the entertainment of my toddler sweeping the kitchen. I am going to give you some advice on teaching your child to do chores. The kicker is that, to your toddler, it is all fun and games. (Maggie…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Babies Toddler   Jun 01, 2011  
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Cross Stitch Frames
Choosing the cross stitch frame that suits your style of working is worth taking time over. It is important to find one that you are comfortable with as wrestling with an unsuitable frame could put you off embroidery all together. Do not be tempted to work without one as a…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Crafts Supplies   Jan 29, 2014  
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Weight Control During Pregnancy
Believe this or not, I personally am one of the few lucky women who did no gain one little bit of weight during my entire pregnancy. During my whole 9 months of pregnancy, I lost about 8kg of weight. Both baby and I was healthy, full of energy with no…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Pregnancy   Apr 01, 2016  
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A Strong Family
These days one hears the bitter cry of infidelity of spouses in high and powerful places, as well as, in humble families. How much pain, hurt, untold damages, lost of confidence, fear, separation, divorce and destruction that this causes to the family and mostly children, cannot be measured. One cannot…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Parenting   May 22, 2011  
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Cross Stitch Stitches
Cross stitch is a simple stitch that is the key to counted embroidery. Cross stitches can be worked singly or in two journeys but you should always keep the top stitch facing the same direction. It does not matter which way it faces but it should be the same for…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Crafts Hobbies   Jan 29, 2014  
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What is Colostrum? The Amazing Stuff Your Baby Thrives on
As nature begins the process of preparing for your baby's very firts nutritional needs, many changes begins to happin in your breasts. This happens long before y our baby is born, round about the sixteenth week of pregnancy. Then by the time your little treasure is born, your body will…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Pregnancy   Apr 01, 2016  
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Starting And Finishing A Cross Stitch Pattern
Ensuring your cross stitch design is neat from start to finish will make for a more professional end result. The following information aims to provide useful tips and techniques that will help you to achieve a perfect start and a perfect finish to your cross stitch project. Starting To Stitch…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Crafts Hobbies   Jan 28, 2014  
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Get The Hell Out Of My House!
Those are words that you wish you could take back as soon as they come out of your mouth. When your kids reach that magical age of 18, all hell breaks out. It’s like they turn into some kind of strange creature that you don’t even recognize. That’s what happened…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Fatherhood   Sep 06, 2011  
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How to Control Pests In An Organic Garden
The first mistake new organic gardeners make is actually to try and control pests. They should be asking "How to attract pests" rather than "How to control pests in an organic garden". The reason is that most pests aren’t really pests at all they are eating the true pests. A…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Gardening   Jul 08, 2011  
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Piles Of Problems
Often during pregnancy and especially after normal natural delivery, many women are prone to developing piles or haemorrhoids. About a third of pregnant woman suffer from piles, especially in latter stages of pregnancy. There are those who are lucky enough to not suffer from these at all, but they soon…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Pregnancy   Apr 01, 2016  
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Zombies Promoting Laundry Detergent?
Run! Zombies are attacking our clothes! The new campaign launched by Woolite with Rob Zombie to portray how some laundry soaps "torture" your clothes through fading, shrinking and damaging the fabrics has without a doubt been a huge hit. Or has it? The video on YouTube simply indicates that it…
By:  in  Home and Family   Jun 29, 2011  
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Top 5 Sexy Naughty And Hot Halloween Costumes For Adults
When it comes to class sexy costumes to buy online staying clear of the tacky and cheap looking ones, you can be spoiled for choice with the great ideas available. Staying with the Top 5 series for costumes here at Street Articles (you can also check out the Top 5…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Parties   Feb 21, 2013  
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How to Soothe A Teething Baby
Teething baby won’t sleep? A grumpy crying baby? Baby won’t eat? Sound familiar? When my daughter started teething, her sleep went from “awesome” to “awful”. The days could be challenging, but the nights were the worst. It’s so hard to watch you baby in pain, and if this has been…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Babies Toddler   Jul 03, 2011  
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Needle Felting With Wool Roving -- An Easy and Fun Way to Be Creative
Needle felting is a new and exciting craft that is quickly growing in popularity. Using wool roving, special barbed felting needles and a piece of foam, one can create all kinds of items. It is easy, fun, and satisfies the creative need in the crafter. It's a great craft to…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Crafts Hobbies   Jan 24, 2011  
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Raising Them Up!
How does inflicting pain upon a child intentionally, help the child? I do understand the fundamentals of spanking. I got my share as a child of ten and gave my children their share also. The thought of inflicting pain never occurred to me, either in the receiving mode or the…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Parenting   Aug 19, 2011  
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