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Crop in Style XXL

Need a Rolling Tote? Consider the Crop In Style XXL!

If you are a person who is constantly having to take items around with you and a backpack or briefcase is not cutting it for you, consider purchasing a larger work tote that is going to carry everything you need. While you may think that the Crop in Style line of products is just for scrapbookers, they are actually great for a variety of people. Heck, if you read through the comments on the Amazon page, you will see there are people from all walks of life who are using these for a wide variety of purposes.  Who might[...]

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Writedge or Daily Two Cents the better of the two?

This is a question that has been posed to me several times, and to be honest I am at a loss to give a definitive answer, because there is no way this issue is just black and white.  You first have to accept that the whole ethos of these sister sites could hardly be more divergent.  This is in no way a bad thing, but in fact quite the opposite, so how anyone can quantify which of the two sites has more to offer is something of a puzzle. Yes but, I hear you cry, DTC has been enjoying[...]

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Yahoo Voices No Big Loss with Writedge and Daily Two Cents to Turn to

I have seen, during my web surfing of recent days, that many writers seem saddened by the demise of the Yahoo Voices site, and wondering what could possibly be pit forward by anyone as a viable alternative? The good news is that I am privilged to write for two sister sites – Writedge and Daily Two Cents – that are run by two of the most accessible, friendly and helpful administrators one could possibly wish for. Danielle McGaw and Michelle Harlow are two ladies well versed in web writing, and very experienced writers themselves, who set about creating a[...]

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Tips for Making Your Home Eco-Friendly

Every day we are bombarded with news stories about how we are killing the planet and need to be more eco-friendly. Don’t despair, there are a number of small, easy to do, lifestyle adjustments that will result in a greener, more eco-friendly home. Energy Efficient Light Bulbs Make sure all your light bulbs are low watt halogen bulbs. Although the initial cost can be expensive, these light bulbs are designed to last for ten years and beyond. Turning Off Your Electronic Devices  One of the most simplest and cost-effective ways to make your home more Eco-friendly is to simply[...]

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How to Create Pink Marble Text in Adobe Photoshop

From this tutorial you will learn how to create pink marble text in twenty seven easy steps. In order to achieve the marble effect, you are going to use layer styles and default textures. The tutorial is recommendable for beginners level and despite the text is created in Adobe Photoshop CS6, all other versions of the program are applicable. Step 1 Open Adobe Photoshop, go to the upper bar and select File, New. Step 2 While New dialog box is opened, set Width to 1000 pixels, Height to 440 pixels and choose 72 pixels/inch for Resolution. If you intend[...]

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Plus Size Clothing For Plus Size Gals: Plus Size Clothing That Actually Fits!

I’m a big girl. Not always happy about it, but eh? What can you do but learn to love yourself? Don’t get me wrong, I’m working on trying to change that. But, it doesn’t mean I don’t need clothing. If you are not overweight and/or you’ve never bought clothing for someone who is overweight, then you probably won’t understand this article. Shopping for clothing that actually fits when you are a bigger girl is a nightmare. I have the added bonus of having a hernia right now. If you’ve never had one, let me tell you that it just[...]

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Stay Motivated

5 Tips to Stay Motivated as a Blogger

Motivation is very important whatever you do in your life. This was the only driving force behind everything you achieved in your life. Why you daily go to the office? Because you are motivated to earn money. Anyway, lets close this discussion and move to the point. Staying motivated is very critical in the life of a blogger. It is very difficult to stay motivated especially when your blog is not doing very well. So here are some tips that will help you in staying motivated. 1) Stop Comparing Many bloggers commit this mistake in the very beginning. They[...]

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It is a delight to write here.

I have written articles in many of the websites but I am finding it very easy and delight to write here, for the following characteristics of this website. 1] Photographs: As my hobbies photography and I am having a large collection of photographs, I use to write articles based on my photographs. But for some topics, I use to search new photos or plan particular thing and then I used shoot new photographs to suit my article. That was a tiring job and many times I was unable to get the proper photographs. I was getting photographs from many[...]

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Writing Sites Setting A Shining Example

I was not aware, when I signed up in late January of 2014, to the two new, and I thought exciting writing sites of Writedge and My two Cents, that the rise in popularity of them would be as swift or indeed – in the case of what is now dubbed Daily Two Cents – quite as dramatic as it has been. Not that this should really come as any surprise to those who do contribute there, because what these sites have, in abundance, is integrity and a wealth of writing talent, but more is always needed. The two[...]

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Writedge – My Second Attempt

Hello! This will be my second attempt with a revenue sharing type site that is for writers. I started with Bubblews and it was ok, but there were lots of issues when I started with them a year ago. There was lots of down time for maintenance and other glitches that lead to me giving up on that site. I will say I was able to earn a few hundred dollars on there before I tossed in the towel. There was one payment that I never did see come through. I looked at Hubpages and Squidoo, but I did[...]

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6 Things That Annoy You When Looking For YouTube Tutorials

What are the things that some might find annoying when trying to look for tutorial videos on YouTube and then watching said tutorials?  When you want to know how to do something or how something is done, you can search YouTube for a video showing you how to do what you want to do.  For some, watching a video might be more preferable to just reading articles because a video would allow them to see exactly what they should do and how they should do it.  However, finding a video to watch that does what you want and that[...]

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Video Options On Writedge

Did you know that you can add a video on your Writedge articles? There’s an option for being able to add or embed a video from websites like YouTube. You just need to click or select the Video tab.  I knew this but never really paid much attention to it until recently. I’ve always just selected the Standard tab for the format since I’ve only been using images on my articles so far.  When I was writing articles about the Japanese movie that I watched entitled Angel Home, I was able to find a short YouTube video about it. [...]

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How To Create A System Restore Point On Microsoft Windows 8.1?

This article is also known as ‘where is System Restore on Windows 8.1?’ or ‘how do you access System Restore on Windows 8.1?’.  Did you find yourself asking those questions too when you first saw Microsoft’s newest Operating System?  I was confused too because System Restore isn’t clearly visible and you can’t easily find it on Windows 8.1, not in the way that you can easily locate it on Windows Vista.  On Vista, I just click the Start button then go to Accessories and it’s right there.  But on Windows 8.1, I had no idea where System Restore could[...]

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7 Innovative Ways to Replace Disposable with Reusable

    No man made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could only do a little ~ Edmund Burke          Replacing disposable items with reusable items is kind, thoughtful, frugal and saves time:   Kind – to the earth as less trees will need to be cut down, less plastic has to be made/used Thoughtful – to your fellow planet inhabitants as less garbage will be put in landfills, or end up hurting ocean life Frugal – only having to buy it once, or once in a while, instead of every time[...]

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Writedge vs. DailyTwoCents review

 I’ve just found these sites a week ago and immediately fell in love. Not just because of their friendly community for such a new writer like me, but also their fast growing pace. Here, I can get many quality posts, which is really ideal for Google indexing.  Hence, those sites are crawling up to higher ranks in Search Engines. After a few days researching both sites, I can make some conclusions below: -        Those websites are built on WordPress base. In my opinion the User Interface is not very eye-catching. It actually looks kinda boring. Moreover, the dashboard is[...]

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Bulk Scheduling with Hootsuite tutorial

To schedule ahead of time for tweeting on hootsuite, first you have to create your .cvs file in excel or whatever else you might use to create .cvs files. You will have to create a separate file for all twitter accounts you intend to use. Hootsuite is really specific on how the file must be set up. Column A – Date/time Column B – tweet Column C – link-hashtags Of course it must all be within the twitter character limit in order to work. You can list the same link more than once but you must have a different[...]

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My Top 5 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Episodes

Buffy the Vampire Slayer may have been off the air for some time now, but I have the seven-season boxset. More than that, my husband and I still watch it on a regular basis. It is and will likely remain one of my favourite TV shows. It was always more than just a fantasy show to me. It was about family and growing up, and there are lessons that anyone can learn from them. With that in mind, I want to share my top 5 Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes after rewatching it for the 100th (or more) time.[...]

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Challenge – Review of Mr Wuffles by David Weisner

At the beginning of October last year, I was scouting around for a book to give to grand-daughter Sophie on her fourth birthday, which was shortly thereafter, when I came across a book by renowned Children’s author David Weisner, and it caught my attention from the moment I picked it up in the toy store. Entitled Mr Wuffles, this story appealed to me especially because it is about Sophie’s all-time favourite animal – a black and white cat who might have lots of toys, but shows little interest in them. Not, that is, until the amazing day when –[...]

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