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Lindsey Talerico-Hedren
Lindsey Talerico-Hedren
Lindsey Talerico-Hedren

Lindsey Talerico-Hedren

Social media-ist. Digitally involved. Balanced out my household by marrying a saint. Emotionally attached to my Kindle. Donut kill this vibe.

How to Make 11 of Your Favorite Indian Restaurant Dishes at Home - includes saag paneer, chicken tikka masala, mango lassi, and even naan!

Think about eating non traditional looking produce. Food that isn't perfectly shaped or sized. Like people, produce comes in varying shapes, sizes and coloring. Then why are people not consuming them? Its because they do not fit into our cultural ideal of their appearance. And for some reason misinformed consumers believe those misshapen foods taste worse. A French supermarket has come up with a way to sell "reject" produce for a discounted price, so more people can afford fresh produce.

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6 Things White Parents Can Do to Raise Racially Conscious Children

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#HungerAction‬ Day is here! We absolutely adore Reed and Allison's 'orange smiles', don't you? Join the fun and #GoOrange for hunger relief awareness, post your orange selfie today and hashtag #EndHungerMT

Go orange for #HugerAction Day. Turn your social media profile orange!

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The RePlay recycled cardboard CD case is a great alternative to the plastic jewel case. Each RePlay recycled cd case comes with two slots for CDs / DVDs or a single disc and liner notes.

Jonathan, from El Salvador, is three years old. He loves to play ball games and is a great little helper to his mom. Jonathan's father is self-employed but his earnings are not enough to provide for his family. Jonathan is one of many children worthy of a life filled with hope. Visit to learn more about how you can ‪#‎SponsorAChild‬ today.

This is four-year-old Isatu from Sierra Leone. She loves to sing and play with dolls, although tidying up after is a bit of a chore! Isatu's father is a farmer and her mother is self-employed, but their combined earnings are barely enough to provide for their family. Isatu is one of many children worthy of a life filled with hope. Visit to learn more about how you can ‪#‎SponsorAChild‬ today.