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Party Planning on a Tight Budget / On the Cheap

Party Planning on a Tight Budget / On the Cheap

Sometimes you just want to throw a party…. but you don’t have a budget for it. Well don’t worry because you can, and we are here to show you how. Take a look at the infographic below which will show you how party planning can be done on a tight budget.     Party planning…

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Posted by Liz Dychko on March 21, 2015.

Free Texting Apps Have Become a Way of Life

Free Texting Apps Have Become a Way of Life

As much as we bemoan the impersonal nature of texting, I’m not canceling my unlimited texting plan with my mobile phone provider anytime soon inspite of having several free texting apps on my phone. We all love text messaging because it’s convenient and quiet.iphone 5 remplacement écran   We can be as active or passive…

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Posted by Jake Wengroff on March 10, 2015.

DIY Invitations are here to stay – Wouldn’t you agree?

DIY Invitations are here to stay – Wouldn’t you agree?

Long live DIY Invitations.. We live in such an informal world these days.  When we make plans with friends or family, we often don’t even think about who might be available, or even where everyone will meet. I do miss receiving formal paper invitations — including detailed gift instructions — in the mail.  Of course,…

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Posted by Jake Wengroff on February 25, 2015.

Electronic Invitations vs. Paper Invitations: Pros and Cons

Electronic Invitations vs. Paper Invitations:  Pros and Cons

I’ve blogged before about my experience with paper invitations. Basically, I don’t receive any anymore.  (I used to receive paper wedding invitations, but since my friends and family aren’t getting married anymore, no invitations arrive in the mail.) The casual nature of our society has made informal, social interactions that require very little to no…

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Posted by Jake Wengroff on February 19, 2015.

Social Diary That You Can Trust: Your Life, Your Way

Social Diary That You Can Trust:  Your Life, Your Way

In my senior year of high school, I was forced to keep a diary in English class.  The diary was not a social diary, and was not meant to include personal, revealing, or inappropriate details, but rather was to serve as a chronicle of our observations, perceptions, and thoughts about the world around us.  ‘Did…

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Posted by Jake Wengroff on February 12, 2015.

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