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by Manage My Life 
March 5th, 2012
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Do you have weak fingernails that are constantly breaking and chipping? Are your nails never as long as you would like them? Follow these natural tips to lengthen and strengthen your fingernails, without an expensive trip to the salon or any unnatural solutions. Make your hands look their best, naturally! I have attached some links below that can help you with your problem. Hope you enjoy your strong beautiful nails!
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What's my beauty checklist for my wedding day?
by Manage My Life 
December 16th, 2009
Tags: Face
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I realize this is an old conversation, but it could be a question that is asked by many. If you can, purchase a long lasting lip gloss with a long lasting lip stick underneath.....if you can get yourself some Evian facial mineral spray (or a similar product) to keep yourself looking hydrated and keep a bottle of water in every area you will be, including under the bridal table.....you want to stay hydrated as well as look hydrated. If you tend to perspire a lot, keep in your emergency bridal kit, along with what was listed above, some corn starch baby powder....it helps with the perspiration. I always tell my brides to keep some crackers or granola bars in their kit as well, as brides tend not to eat and you will need to have something, we don't want you passing out. I am giving you a link to a very detailed list you can customize for yourself.
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Any tips on locating studs?
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April 26th, 2007
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Stud sensors are inexpensive and available at most building supply and hardware stores these days. These devices can locate studs easily without making any holes in the wall.
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April 26th, 2007
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Are there some tips for holiday flying?
by Manage My Life 
December 16th, 2009
Tags: Travelers
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There's no doubt about it, airports and flights at holiday time can be crazy. But if you simplify your routine where you can and build in some buffers, you have a better chance of arriving unruffled at your destination. Save time at the airport with online check-in. And this is a time when if you can afford it, paying extra for a direct flight can be a real bonus; missing a flight when planes are packed means it will be hard to get on another one. If you do have a layover, make sure you have 45 minutes or more to increase your chances of actually making that next flight!
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December 16th, 2009
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Are there any tips for bargaining with merchants?
by Manage My Life 
December 16th, 2009
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If you are in love with an item, whatever you do, don't let the seller know you can't live without it, or you'll be had. Take time to chat with him, emphasize that you are on a budget, and let the deal develop.
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December 16th, 2009
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Any tips for stretching carpet?
by Manage My Life 
April 26th, 2007
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Thisis a job I would leave to a professional. The job is doable by a handy person, but requires some muscle, and renting some equipment -- a kicker and a power stretcher. It gets tricky at doorways, especially with carpet on the other side of the doorway. Holes cut for heating vents sometimes have to be recut and patched. For the whole story, go to the following links. The Carpet and Rug Institute is the authoritative site.
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April 26th, 2007
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Any tips for paving a driveway?
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April 26th, 2007
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The easiest way to get a good driveway is to get a good contractor. Complaints to consumers groups about poor quality driveways are exceedingly high. Find 2 or 3 contractors known for high-quality work, with established reputations. Obtain proposals and make sure that all are bidding on the same work. Compare what they plan to do, and quantity of materials they plan to use. Be sure that the thickness agreed upon is the compacted thickness. A residential driveways should be a minimum of 4 in. compacted thickness on a properly prepared subgrade. If the driveway is going to be used by heavier vehicles, consider 5 in. compacted thickness. Insist on a written contract which includes any guarantee offered. If possible, hold back some money until you're completely satisfied with the job. Ask for lots of references and visit other projects the contractor has done. If possible, talk to former clients. Grading is extremely important. The driveway must slope away from the house, and must be constructed so that there are no puddles.
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April 26th, 2007
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Any tips for painting stucco?
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April 26th, 2007
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Without seeing it your house this is difficult to answer. If possible, we would be inclined to remove the flaking paint by using a wire brush as opposed to any sort of power washing. The walls can then be washed with a soft brush, andsoap and water and plenty of low-pressure rinsing. After the wall has completely dried, it should be primed and then painted. The paint should be as breathable as possible so as not to act like a vapor barrier on the outside of the house. This generally means a latex paint. The paint can be applied by spraying however this requires a certain amount of expertise. Often stucco is painted with large fluffy rollers, but this depends on the texture of the stucco.
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Organizational Tips for the Basement
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July 8th, 2007
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We recommend sorting through your belonging and creating a keep pile and a discard pile. We offer storage and organizational products on our sears.com web site that would clear up living space for more of your family entertainment options. Please read our article at called "Convert Your Basement into a Living Space" for more ideas. Cut and paste the following link:
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July 8th, 2007
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