Welcome to the February 1, 2012 edition of the Baby Boomers Blog Carnival. There are some really well thought out and insightful Boomer articles for you to peruse this week.
So, grab a cup of coffee (or tea), sit back in your most comfortable chair, put up your feet and Enjoy.
This one’s for you!
Lisa Hood presents 10 Foreign Remakes of American TV Shows Very Different Than the Original posted at ZenCollegeLife, saying, “The U.S. is known (and probably not in a good way) for taking other countries’ popular shows and turning them into something much less palatable for American audiences.”
Dina-Marie Oswald presents End of an Era posted at Dimes2Vines, saying, “Having 10 children from 3 yrs to 26 yrs is making for an exciting life! Now with 4 grandchildren, 2 of whom are older than my youngest it is getting even better. The mile stones others have long since finished, I’m just completing with the last – potty training for instance!”
Debbie Denard presents 10 Ways to Condense Your Kids Clothing Needs posted at Nanny, saying, “Isn’t it amazing how our kids keep growing and growing? It’s often hard to keep up with their clothing needs. There are often so many sales and so many cute items that it’s truly hard not to over buy. You know the kids are going to get three to six months of use out of these clothes so why buy them more than they really need.”
Isabel Anders presents Reasons for Living (in 140 characters or less) … @IsabelAnders | BlogHer posted at BlogHer.
Clint Cora presents Motivation Techniques Include Waking Up Like A Dog posted at Motivation Diversity Success Blog, saying, “How a dog teaches us to wake up each day to face our daily challenges in life”
Christyn Raymond presents 10 Simple Steps To Lose Weight Effortlessly – Striving For Simple | Striving For Simple posted at Striving For Simple, saying, “This article outlines simple ways to start on the path towards obtaining a healthier weight.”
Mike the Gardener presents Growing Herbs from Seeds for Good Health and Great Tasting Food posted at Mike the Gardener Enterprises, LLC, saying, “I love growing herbs from seed. With a window sill and some sun, you can grow pretty much any type of herb year round, almost anywhere in the world. My favorite to grow for its wonderful aroma, is basil, but I love the taste of fresh rosemary on chicken. Herbs are easy to grow and maintain and the best part, many are healthy for you. Growing herbs at home is like growing medicine that makes your food taste better. Something that cough syrup won’t do.”
Tanya Yoworski presents 25 Facts You Should Share During Blood Donor Month posted at Medical Billing and Coding Certification, saying, “January is a time of year when fewer people donate blood, which is a shame because it’s the month dedicated to blood donors.”
Charles Chua C K presents 20 Warning Signs that You May Have Serious Health Problems posted at All About Living with Life.
Dr. Dean presents You wanna be work-happy? or work sad? posted at Dr. Dean’s TheMillionaireNurse.com Blog, saying, “Burnout is the commonly used term for those whose “giver” got up and left. Here are some tips to keep work from getting the best of you.”
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