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Melinda Roworth

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Paprika is a spice made from air dried fruits of the chili pepper family so you would be safe in assuming Paprika oleoresin, a colouring used in a number of food products, as an innocent addition.
It is, as long as you don't mind the use of chemical solvents such as Hexane in it's extraction......
Before I started using Your Inspiration at Home spice blends I was completely ignorant of any fillers or artificial additives in the 'supermarket blends'. Originally, I thought "No Fillers" was probably just marketing jargo...
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Melinda Roworth

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Type it into your search engine and prepare to be lost at sea! How is it we are not all millionaires with so many easy ways to make money?
Working from home might be a dream or Even nessessity for you. I know many Stay at Home Mums like myself Want to enjoy the freedom of caring for their children whilst bringing in that little extra cash to help pay the bills. ...
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Ally C-ell

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Do you have a professional business logo? Logo Sale! #logo   #mompreneur  
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What are you reading this weekend? Here are some great business articles. #smallbusinesstips
Need reading material? Here is a list of reading weekend reading material for the serious mompreneur or entrepreneur. Click for the business roundup from around the web.
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Great!! Thanks for sharing!!
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Hello everyone,
I am a consultant at thirty-one gifts and wanted to let you know that you are more than welcome to check out my website and see if your interested. My website is www.mythirtyone.com/laidyperez
Feel free to contact me for any questions that you may have.
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Hey Laidy Perez thanks! how are you doing with it? 
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Tee Ming Ooi

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On my way to becoming the next Oprah??? Had my Splendid Life Show premiere today with my guest Dr. Mort Orman, who is a physician, author and speaker.  We had to do the recording twice because I messed up on not pressing the recording button.  Glad he was such a sport about it.
Doing this weekly show will definitely upgrade my tech skills!
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Lisa Hendey
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Welcome to our new community members approved today. Remember that we're seeking moms, not brands. Feel free to share occasional links to your work, but don't overdue it or you will be removed. Thanks! Happy Saturday
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I am a male Chris, and not a mom, but i manage Expectant Mother Care in NYC and five other cities, so far, including DC, Arlington, VA, Detroit, Miami and Charlotte. I am always looking for new ways to help young mothers.
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Jen Steed

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Does anyone know of a good catholic book, CD or organization about angels?
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Sorry I'm brain dead this week! I even checked my goodreads, to no avail.
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Lisa Hendey
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Comment to new visitors. If you post a link here and to five other communities and have no other interaction with us, your post will be removed and you will be removed from the community. Thanks for understanding - we are here for conversation and support. It's fine to share links, please just be sure to participate by commenting and sharing in the full community experience.
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+Nicole papolio I am going to leave this post up, but it was shared in over a dozen forums. We are looking for members who will participate in this community, not simply stop by and share content that is being listed a bunch of other places. Feel free to share articles, but please be a good community member by also commenting and sharing unique thoughts and perspectives here.
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Amanda G

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I just had to share the scent recipes for our new scent of the month. Glitter! candlegoodness.mygc.com
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Amanda G

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Hello everyone I'm a Fragrance Consultant with Gold Canyon. If you are looking for a special gift candles are the way to go. candlegoodness.mygc. com
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#SingleMomSageHour on #TalkingWithTruthRadio today's episode is all about balancing as a #mompreneur Listen In at www.blogtalkradio.com/talkingwithtruth or call 646-478-5323 press 1 to comment or ask a question. 
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Neera Kumar

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Women Empowerment and #Entrepreneurship boosted up by Sahara with the mission #SaharaQSaathi
She leads a family, she leads the society, and she leads the nation. Yes, a woman is dynamic and full-of-life in the countless roles she plays! Many a woman (homemaker or working professional) today nurture the spirit of ent...
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Lisa Hendey
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What's up moms? Has your summer started yet? I've had such a busy June with no slow down in site. Looks like July might be just as crazy. What ever happened to the "lazy days of summer"?!
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Summer is definitely here - and so our the tourists :)  Loving lazy San Diego days and extra time to play outside with our neighbors at night!
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Lisa Hendey
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Are you happy it's Friday? I am... but there's not much "relief" in sight this weekend. So much going on -- I'm ready for the quiet days of summer! Hope you had a great week!
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Sarah Reinhard

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So a friend of mine shared this article last week and it has really gotten me thinking about how I use email and social media.

Do click over and read the whole thing and let me know what you think.

This is an excerpt I especially enjoyed (and really got me thinking--and STILL has me thinking):

The social media craze seems to, at least in part, be fueled by obsessive email checking. When the email inbox is empty and we feel a corresponding emptiness in our consciousness, we turn to Facebook. When we are low on personal messages from friends we turn to impersonal announcements from friends about what they are doing every five minutes. And when our friends are not stimulating enough, we turn to Twitter, which gives us the artificial thrill of being texted by movie stars, politicians, and popes.

What is at bottom in the frequent email and social media checking? I think that part of it is the daunting task of having to order our life. When the question “what should I be doing right now?” arises, it is much easier to turn to a simple reactionary activity where we can assume a passive role. Why think about what you should actually do, when you can easily check your email and taste a little bit of artificial efficiency and self-importance? Now it might seem like the proper remedy required for this sickness is a serious dose of moral exhortation of the style offered by famous self-helpers: “Be Proactive! Take life by the horns! Believe in yourself!” But no matter how enthusiastically one receives these exhortations at the outset, they rarely succeed in changing anyone’s behavior.

Personally, I like the prospect of being able to frequently assume a disposition of utter passivity throughout the day, and I don’t think it is a bad instinct. What matters is who or what we are passive or responsive towards. The desert fathers spoke of cultivating a fundamental purity of heart whereby one uninterruptedly focuses on God throughout the day. Spiritual authors also speak of a similar concept called the practice of the presence of God. I think that bound up with these practices is a definite passivity towards the inspirations of the Holy Spirit. When a Christian living in God’s grace asks, “What should I be doing right now?” he should not be surprised to sometimes receive a rather direct answer in the form of an inspiration of the Holy Spirit. This may take the form of a subtle tug on the heart to do this or that, to speak to this friend, to read this book, or to go for a walk etc. What we need are not more frequent email checks, but a periodic and habitual openness to an interior movement from God.

http://www.dominicanablog.com/2013/04/26/email-and-the-holy-spirit/
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