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It's ALL Good in Mommyhood: Disney Tips N Tricks. oh my word this lady knows so much about disney.

Know the wait times for every Disney World ride before you even get there!

Information about About FastPass+, MagicBands, My Magic+, and more at Walt #Disney World. Good to know for those planning a trip in 2014 to the theme parks.

30-minute meals just not cutting it? Try these 52 delicious breakfasts, lunches, and dinners that will satisfy hunger in just 12 minutes or less.

Yeah, student loans are kind of like that, ouch!

The 10 best Netflix movies to watch online.

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My life...

Famous faces from history including William Shakespeare, Henry VIII and Horatio Nelson have been given a modern makeover to see how they would look if they were alive today. The project, comissioned by history TV channel Yesterday to celebrate its new series, the Secret Life Of..., saw digital artists working closely with history experts to ensure the portraits gave a real sense of how historical characters would look if they were alive in the 21st Century.

When to Buy Airline Tickets


Calculates your personal hydration needs, tracks your consumption, paces you throughout the day and motivates you to stick to your goal. Find it on Amazon for $20. Have to try this. Great gift!

Amount of sleep a child should get by age.

Ellen's Scare montage. DYING! Even if your having the worst day this will make u laugh so hard!


Icing Tips Guide

Are there any normal parents left out there? Good question.

15 ways to stay married

Feeding new moms... Great ideas for what to bring moms after they have their baby!

Target's mark down schedule. (where has this been all my life?!?)

Empathy, the key to making sure your kid isn't a bully. My mama understood this. "Bully-proofing your kids - Starting when their son was 3, psychologist Tammy Hughes and her school psychologist husband started teaching him. At night, they'd say, "Tell me three good things that happened to you today." This helped him make the distinction between events and his feelings about them. Once he had that mastered, they added, "Tell me three good things that happened to someone else (lesson: the world includes me and other people, their feelings and actions)." Next they asked, "Tell me something you did that worked out well. Now, tell me something that someone else did that worked out well for someone else." "These simple questions help children differentiate themselves and others, and (teach them) cause and effect. If you can connect these ideas and feelings, then it helps children to prepare to identify bullying -- negative versus positive behaviors -- and who did what to cause the outcome"

What a beautiful birthday gift idea.