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Why Every Parent Needs a Will

Creating a Will is the best way to ensure that your children’s future will unfold in a manner you envision should you pass away while they are still young. In your Will, you have the power to appoint a person who you feel most comfortable with looking after your children. You can also provide for when and in what amounts your children receive their inheritance. By properly planning through a legal Will, you can avoid confusion, misinterpretation and mitigate some of the distress your family will go through when you pass away.

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50 Creative Ways to Date Your Mate

Are you skipping date night with your mate? Do you find yourself spending less time with your spouse because of everyday responsibilities, work and children? A recent study shows you may want to rethink the amount of time you rendezvous with the one you love.

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The 1, 2, 3's of Meeting New People

As a single parent, meeting new people can seem like a daunting task. In our busy lives, it can sometimes feel like we are the only single person in our group of friends, or like all of the ‘good ones’ are taken. But this simply isn’t true, and there are hundreds of thousands of people out there who feel the same way that you do. So, where are they?

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I Have Another Name!

While in college, Michele Kus walked out of a jazz band audition vowing never to play music publicly again. Burnout had pushed her over the edge. 20 years later, after seven years as a full-time mom and the birth of her third child, she was exhausted from parenting and in need of a territory to call her own. Unexpectedly, she found herself being drawn into playing keyboard at her church. This time, music became a lifeline.

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