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Manage My Life
Dimensions for Planning
by Manage My Life 
January 3rd, 2013
Korinna Sierra
I understand your need for the dimensions of this refrigerator. I'm happy to help you today.


Height without hinge: 68 3/16

Height with hinge: 69 5/16 in.

Depth without handle: 26 7/8 in.

Depth with handle: 29 3/8 in.

Max depth with doors/drawer open: 48 in.

Width: 35 5/8 in.


Door edge: 3/8 in.

Handle: 2 1/2 in.

Please be sure to leave a back clearance of a minimum of three inches, top and sides needs to be one inch minimum for proper air circulation.

I really hope this information helps you today. Thank you for using
by Korinna Sierra
January 4th, 2013
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Manage My Life
What will retirement planning do for me?
by Manage My Life 
December 16th, 2009
Tags: Retirement
Manage My Life
Retirement planning can help you determine many things about your financial present and future. You’ll learn how much you want to save and how you want to invest to reach your financial goals. You can estimate when you’ll be able to retire and how much you’ll be able to pay yourself from your retirement funds. And, whether you’ll be able to leave an estate to your children.
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December 16th, 2009
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Adam Olsen
What are you planning to do in your next vacation?
by Adam Olsen 
March 19th, 2013
Lyle W
We are planning a trip to Yosemite.
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by Lyle W
March 19th, 2013
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sasmi' sajeev
Please share your reviews. planning to get one..
by sasmi' sajeev 
January 27th, 2012
Eric Jacobi
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by Eric Jacobi
January 27th, 2012
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Christi Colba
Is the maid of honor responsible for planning a bridal shower for the bride?
by Christi Colba 
December 16th, 2009
Manage My Life
It's traditional, but not a requirement, that the maid of honor will host a shower for the bride, the bride's family, her closest friends and the female counterparts on the groom's side. She might do this with the help of the mothers and sisters, or share duties and expenses with the other bridesmaids. Other maids, friends, relatives and work colleagues also might host a shower if they'd like, and some couples are feted together at Jack and Jill showers. A shower can be expensive, with printed invitations, a cake, food, favors and the like. If the maid of honor isn't in a position to throw the party, she is within her rights to defer to another friend. The bride shouldn't be offended.
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December 16th, 2009
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Mike Morris
What magazines cater to to brides and wedding planning?
by Mike Morris 
October 30th, 2009
Manage My Life
Martha Stewart Weddings / Brides / Bridal Guide / World Bride Magazine / Modern Wedding Cakes & Chocolates / Wedding Cakes
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October 30th, 2009
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Earth Day
What are you planning on doing for this year's Earth Day?
by Earth Day 
March 10th
Meidan Alon
I’m going to celebrate humanity and our existence on Earth.
I’m going to enjoy the trees of Earth, build stuff out of it, take a walk in a forest, watch them bloom.
I’m going to enjoy the animals on Earth, using it for food and admiring their beauty.
I’m going to enjoy the water of Earth, drinking it, washing with it, swim in it.
by Meidan Alon
March 13th
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Matthew Thompson
What are some good online resources for planning retirements for a 38-year old?
by Matthew Thompson 
April 29th, 2010
Manage My Life
Your employer may have a relationship with a financial advisement group that can offer you guidance at a discounted rate.
by Manage My Life
May 24th, 2010
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Theadra Chapman
What protocols need to be considered when planning a recommitment ceremony?
by Theadra Chapman 
March 1st, 2011
Manage My Life
Congratulations on ten years together. A renewal of vows is a nice way to reaffirm your commitment to one another. Typically these are smaller affairs with family and any children present followed by a small luncheon or brunch. But we have seen people have larger receptions (but remember to kindly tell your guests that their presence is enough presents). If you live near where you had your original ceremony often times people will do it in the same location they had their wedding. Or, we also see people going somewhere for a vacation to the Caribbean or Hawaii to say their vows again on the beach just the two of them. Whatever you do it will be a nice way to say your vows again.
by Manage My Life
March 9th, 2011
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