'Weak as pre-sweetened Kool-Aid': Tavis Smiley unimpressed with Obama's ...
But when he left the podium, he still had not answered the most important question — that King-ian question, where do we go from here? That question this morning remains unanswered, at least from the perspective of the president. And the bottom line
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Make millions from photography07/21/13 ,via Nigerian Tribune
If you plan to start big (with a fully-equipped studio) then you need a million naira and above, to get an office space and buy the necessary equipment, which include: cameras and tripods; lenses; studio props; studio lights and light stands; light
When planning a wedding, should you pay cash or credit?07/17/13 ,via The Week Magazine
Paying in cash can make it easier to track spending. If you check your bank account regularly, you'll see exactly how much you're spending, and in real time. (You can also create a Wedding Folder in the LearnVest Money Center to track exactly how much
Wedding Planning Binder | DIY Library Bride
Every time I have gone to a bookstore in the past few months (cough cough *Barnes and Noble* cough cough) I have found myself overwhelmed by the wedding section to the point where I have to leave. There are so many options to choose from when it comes to wedding planning binders! How does anyone make a decision. On top of the twenty or so options there is the shock of the cost; not a single planner was under twenty dollars! I simply could not bring myself to buy a binder knowing that I have all of the materials I need at home to make a personalized version (except a printer) with all the information I need on the internet.
Thus began my journey to find the best information on the internet to create my very own wedding planner. The best resource I found was this extraordinarily detailed printable planner.
The second resiurce I used was in combination with a library book I picked up titled “How to e-plan your wedding” they have tons of online pdfs of the forms in the book. The only problem is that it is protected by a password that comes in the book and I really can’t give it out. I highly reccommend checking your library for this book however because it is FANTASTIC!
We bought a printer the other day (our first wedding purchase!) And the first thing I did was begin to print out the planner pi3ces that I needed.Source: DIY Library Bride
We couldn't be happier, said Wills... just like the crowds outside Buckingham Palace: ROBERT HARDMAN adds three cheers for the new prince07/24/13 ,via Daily Mail
Some 20 minutes later, a blacked-out car arrived from the hospital. Inside, a member of the Cambridges ... such a propitious day to tick the Palace off their sightseeing list. ‘Baby?’ asked one when I raised the subject.
Essential Reads07/24/13 ,via pbs.org
President Obama will travel this week to Illinois, Missouri and Florida to deliver speeches about the slowly recovering U.S. economy and to accuse Republicans of playing politics. Obama will speak Wednesday at Illinois’ Knox College, where he ...
Distractions of a happy summer07/24/13 ,via The Press in York
After all the ceremonial and loyal outpourings surrounding the wedding ... planning rules restricting the number of houses built for general sale. The “homes for locals” bit was what officials hoped might happen, but they had no positive power to make ...
What is a good Wedding planning binder?
I am looking to buy a wedding planning binder, there seems to be so many out there. I dont know what one would be the best. Any tips,idea, links, anything will help! Thanks!
Honestly, all the binders I found in the store and online just didn't cut it. I bought a plain old expanding accordion folder and some 3-tab folders. I also bought some pretty labels to make the sections prettier, but that was utterly unnecessary on my part. I wrote categories like Budget, Dress, Hair, Bridesmaid Dresses, Groomsmen Tuxes, Ceremony Venue, Reception Venue, Invitations, Caterer, Music, Cake, Photographer, Florist, Honeymoon, etc. on each of the tabs and just stuffed all my information in there as I received it. As time went on, I found myself making categories for things I had never even thought about before. It was a thousand times easier than trying to work with the pre-fabricated "organizers." Those things frustrated me to no end, and just didn't contain everything that I needed anyway! If you go this route, buy a folder bigger than you think you'll need. The one I am using is currently 4.5 inches thick, and I'm not done planning yet!