Kindergarten Readiness: Fine Motor Skills

Developing fine motor skills is a big part of getting your child ready for kindergarten, where they will be expected to spend the year learning to print neatly!......
  • MaryAnne
    MaryAnne 14 hours ago
    Thank you, Ida! Legos are one of my favorite kid products!
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  • MaryAnne
    MaryAnne 14 hours ago
    Thank you, Ida!
  • Ida Mae West-Simone 'That Fun Reading Teacher
    Ida Mae West-Simone... 19 hours ago
    MaryAnne, I am thrilled to find another Lego fan! This is such a great post, because you give so many great fine motor skill development ideas and activities that are FUN! Building strength in those little fingers is a great way to prepare for kindergarten!
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    Wordless Wednesday - Katniss Everclean

    What a little black beauty! What a pretty girl! That last photo looks like she spotted something and is considering giving it a pounce. What a precious little......
  • Connie Kittyblog
    Connie Kittyblog 16 hours ago
    Hi Christina, do you mean a like as in liking it on facebook?
  • Christina at The Lazy Pit Bull
    Christina at The... 16 hours ago
    Why doesn't every site have a "like" button? I really want to "like" this post title! :)
  • Elizabeth Keene
    Elizabeth Keene 19 hours ago
    Aaagh! And that NAME! I LOVE it!
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    The Smartest People Eat Chocolate and Optimize for Great Content

    It is a long-standing truth that correlation does not equal causation. Picture two events (A and B) where a correlation exists. There are actually four fundamental......
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    The Kinds of Photos Your Instagram Followers Want to "Like"

    Infographics? Yawn. Press Releases? Boring. Instagram? Bingo!  Long gone are the days of outdated tactics. Infuse some selfie-platform engagement in to your marketing......
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    13 Wildly Successful Bloggers to Follow Immediately (for Increasing Your Blog Traffic and Sales)

    13 Wildly Successful Bloggers to Follow Immediately (for Increasing Your Blog Traffic and Sales) Author: Ryan Biddulph July 23, 2014 ......
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  • Ryan Biddulph
    Ryan Biddulph 8 hours ago
    Thanks Andrew for the awesome comment, and agreed on all of it ;)
  • Ryan Biddulph
    Ryan Biddulph 8 hours ago
    Harleena the pleasure is all mine :)
  • Harleena Singh
    Harleena Singh 16 hours ago
    Thanks so much Ryan for the kind mention in your list - you surely made my day! It's indeed an honor - appreciate it a great deal :)
  • Andrew Warner
    Andrew Warner 19 hours ago
    Hey Ryan,

    Really great list of bloggers here. Before I get into the list, I want to let you know I completely agree with something you said.

    "Learning from successful bloggers:

    1. Cuts down your learning curve by years; you avoid their mistakes
    2. Inspires you to push yourself through difficult times
    3. Gives you the secrets you need to retire, to become a pro blogger
    4. Might just make you want to start island hopping today, or next weekend, or next month
    5. Can inspire you to make the necessary changes to live the internet lifestyle"

    I've been blogging for one year now and I love successful bloggers for all of those reasons. Sure, I've made mistakes on my own as well but they're learning experiences.

    Now, onto your list.

    I've heard of and follow everyone's blogs here except Phillip Dews and Andrew Spence. This is the first time I'm hearing about them but I'll be sure to check them out and see their great blog posts.

    Great share here Ryan. I'll be sure to share this post.

    Have a great week and weekend.

    - Andrew
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    Facebook's New Save Feature- Find Important Stuff Later! #facebook #technews

    If your Facebook friends are fantastic, they probably fill your Feed with fascinating and fun articles filled with interesting facts. But if your Feed becomes flooded,......
  • Carolyn Nicander Mohr
    Carolyn Nicander... 13 hours ago
    Thanks, Harleena. You're right, this will be a very handy feature!

    Pamela, good point. The saved articles could get overwhelming. I plan on saving articles as I scan my News Feed and then read them when I'm done catching up on my Facebook friends' activity.
  • Pamela Morse
    Pamela Morse 14 hours ago
    I have mixed feelings. It is a god feature, but I don't want to pile up FB posts like I sometimes do e mail I think I need someday..
  • Harleena Singh
    Harleena Singh 16 hours ago
    Informative post, Carolyn! I look forward to this new Facebook feature, which would help us a great deal :)
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    Take in your environment - Writing Tips using Observation

    Observation is a tool that allows the writer to employ his/her 5 senses to convey a message to the reader that engages through imagery. Nose pickers. Seriously in......
  • Starr Sackstein
    Starr Sackstein 18 hours ago
    I love it. No one is safe! Bruce, our individual lives make for great writing - so much similarities with just enough differences. Thanks for sharing your ideas.
  • Bruce Sallan
    Bruce Sallan 19 hours ago
    I get almost all my column ideas from my life - and from talking to people - EVERYONE I encounter, for the most part!
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    Content Discovery Smackdown: Hootsuite vs Buffer vs Klout

    Content is king or at least that’s what everyone keeps saying. Whether this is true or not is up for debate and is not the focus of this article. What I think most......
  • Chad Egeland
    Chad Egeland 19 hours ago
    Hi Bruce!
    I've never really given much thought to the numbers behind Klout or Kred I just think it's interesting to see Klout now getting into content discovery and how they've improved the system in the past couple of months.
    Thanks for the comment.
  • Bruce Sallan
    Bruce Sallan 20 hours ago
    Klout continues to irk me to no end. I think Kred is MUCH MORE credible...but, who knows since everyone keeps their algorithms secret!
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    Ziplining in Asheville NC

    At Smile and Write, the privacy of our visitors is of extreme importance to us (See this article to learn more about Privacy Policies.). This privacy policy document......
  • Pamela Morse
    Pamela Morse 18 hours ago
    check your RSS feed.
  • Shannon Johnson
    Shannon Johnson 23 hours ago
    Does anyone know why this isn't showing my zip-lining post, and instead this weird thing? I didn't write this.
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    Copyright Infringement | Hey, that's my post

    What does a Senior Director of a Jacksonville Florida real estate agency have in common with Ace Concierge? Not a hell of a lot except copyright infringement of an old......
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  • Suzie Poirier
    Suzie Poirier 16 hours ago
    Jennifer,

    It does seem to be the way of many. We are all so passionate and honest about what we do and want to share in hopes of educating others, building authentic communities and connecting. If people steal content, what else are they doing? How do they operate other facets of their business?
  • Suzie Poirier
    Suzie Poirier 16 hours ago
    Thank you Mary. I so agree. We can only be vigilant in our search but it is such a waste of time and energy. What goes through someone's mind when they are deciding to blatantly steal content? It's beyond my comprehension. I have had pages of my website stolen, blog posts, even real client testimonials with their names. I was floored. I of course shared it with my clients and they too took action.
  • Suzie Poirier
    Suzie Poirier 16 hours ago
    Hi Kelly,

    It is such a big issue that plagues all of us, unfortunately. I have such a hard time believing professionals can actually do this and still sleep at night, never mind conduct a business of their own. It's karma for sure.
  • Kelly McCormick
    Kelly McCormick 19 hours ago
    Hi Suzie,

    Thanks for addressing this topic.

    Here's my message to those who take content, without giving credit. You are better than that. So the do the right thing. Because what goes around comes around!
  • Mary Green
    Mary Green 19 hours ago
    It bothers me to see companies do this to each other. What's worse (for me) is the complete copying of an idea and subtly rewording it, I see this from my own posts all the time- drives me nuts. But there is no way to make people stop, just report them when they do it.
  • Jennifer G. Hanford
    Jennifer G. Hanford 19 hours ago
    Plagiarism and content-lifting seems to be a trend these days...and not in a good way.
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    Do You Tip Your Dog Walker?

    Do you tip your dog walker?  Occasionally clients ask if they should tip their dog walker. For some people, tipping can be a touchy subject. With dog walking, tipping......
  • Sarah Lukemire
    Sarah Lukemire 8 hours ago
    I am the groomer, lol. I wish I had one!
  • Bethany of Cascadian Nomads
    Bethany of... 1 day ago
    I generously tip my dog walker, groomer, SAMP, etc. They are the most important people in my life! :)
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    Men and Health

    Are women more health conscious than men? Not necessarily. There are many men who are quite proactive with their health. However, many women find themselves interested......
  • Andrea Fabry
    Andrea Fabry 17 hours ago
    Thanks Jessica....I agree - better to give each other room to have their own journey.
  • Jessica David
    Jessica David 18 hours ago
    Great post! I added a comment to your blog. Everyone is on their own journey. I hope that we all arrive safely!
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    Japanese Artist Launches Flowers and Bonsai Plant into Space [PHOTOS]

    Outer space is full of stellar and planetary beauty, but not very much man-made art. Now, 38-year-old Japanese artist Azuma Makoto has mixed art and space exploration in......
  • Mike Hinshaw
    Mike Hinshaw 2 days ago
    IMHO this is pure genius!
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    Doing Nothing Is Time Well Spent

    We live in a hyperactive world in which active lifestyles and overachievers are celebrated. In fact, we try to squeeze as much as we can into the day — with no time to......
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  • Richard Blaquiere
    Richard Blaquiere 2 days ago
    My pleasure.
  • Frank Sonnenberg
    Frank Sonnenberg 2 days ago
    Thanks so much Richard. I appreciate you taking the time to comment and share. Have an awesome week!
  • Richard Blaquiere
    Richard Blaquiere 2 days ago
    Nice post Frank. I have share via Hootsuite to Twitter, my Facebook Page and Linkedin. Have a great week ;-)
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    #SocialSelling with The Eagles - Pretty Maids All In A Row by @mikeoneilrocks

    When its only you that you have to be concerned about, life can be pretty simple (like one cat). Make it a team effort and all bets are off. Chances are your team is not......
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