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Tammy Litke is a Dallas blogger, blogging since 2008.  She loves to watch movies, play video games, spend time in the kitchen, and travel.  Between recipes and reviews you'll find many helpful and some just plain funny posts on her blog. Welcome, pull up a chair and stay for a while!

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Saturday
Apr072012

Celebrity Stylist Rita Hazan Temporary Root Concealer

My mom has passed down a lot of things to me in life, both by nurture and by nature. But one of the things her DNA was dominant over my dad’s was hair color…or lack there of, however you want to describe it. My mom had COMPLETELY white hair by the time she was 41. I mean yeah, at least it was pure white, and not a salt & pepper or a yellow-white, but still…41.

As I get closer to that age, I’m getting that eerie feeling that…I’m turning into my mom!!! Okay, not really but I have a lot of white hair, and am too cheap to go to the salon every month to have it colored or highlighted, so I do it at home.

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Friday
Apr062012

Dancing on Broken Glass a Novel by Ka Hancock

I read a lot of books. Some I like, some I don’t like. But then there are the few and far between that completely absorb me, the kind that I can’t put down, or I feel like I’m reading about my neighbors, friends or families…they’re that good. Dancing on Broken Glass, Ka Hancock’s first novel is a completely compelling story that touches all your emotions about birth, death and all the moments that happen amidst those two points.

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Friday
Apr062012

Using A Credit Card Wisely

This post is about credit card responsibility. I know, you may be thinking 'boooorrrrring!' But hopefully not, hopefully you share my concern for financial responsibility. Whether you're paying your monthly utility bills, education loan bills, car insurance, or just your weekly grocery loot, the credit card is the usual suspect as far as method of payment.

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Thursday
Apr052012

Ziploc Give Away

Ziploc conducted a Fresh Eating Survey and the results they received were quite interesting. Although 81% of Americans would like to find more ways to use fresh ingredients in their meals, less than 50% of American’s eat vegetables and fruits daily. It’s not that surprising though, it’s one of those “easier said than done” types of scenarios.

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Wednesday
Apr042012

The Secret Life of a Fool ~ Book Give Away

The Secret Life of a Fool: One Man’s Raw Journey from Shame to Grace. Andrew Palau. 2011. 191 pages.

"People seem to want guys like me – son of a preacher man – to have some scandalous reason for all my 'mistakes.' But my scandal is less of what you might expect and more like something we all deal with..."

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Wednesday
Apr042012

Support Our Leaders of Tomorrow Who Are Already Changing the World

I am writing this post today on behalf of The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards to tell you about the extraordinary students who were named America’s top youth volunteers of 2012.

These young volunteers have helped their communities in ways that range from assisting Americans who are sick or disabled, to

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Tuesday
Apr032012

War Horse Now On Blu-ray & DVD

War Horse is a movie that follows a horse named Joey from a farm in England across the European continent during World War I. Being directed by Steven Spielberg, you’re guaranteed an epic experience as you’re immersed in the history of the first World War and the emotions and relationships that war inevitably touches.

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Monday
Apr022012

#DialNutriskin for Smooth Spring Skin #CBias

Do you notice how your skin changes with the seasons? For myself it happens mostly in the winter months. The wind and cold chaps everything that’s exposed and then some! My skin can get so dry that when I towel off after showering, it’s like I’m a snake and my skin sheds. Kind of like this…

It can be tough to find a lotion that you feel works with your body chemistry, your preference in scent or texture and that won’t break your pocket book.

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Sunday
Apr012012

Something on a Stick Day ~ #TCBYGrocery #CBias

I apparently need to get a new calendar. The one I have does not contain certain holidays on it, most notably it is missing ‘Something on a Stick Day’ which I was told took place March 28th. So in true Litke fashion, we celebrated this auspicious occasion on a different day, which is usually what we do with most special occasions in our home anyway, because we’re either busy on the actual day of ________ (insert holiday/birthday/anniversary here), out of town or my husband we forgot.

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Saturday
Mar312012

New Triscuit Dill, Sea Salt & Olive Oil

As a kid, I remember my mom making up cheese and cracker trays for when they had their friends in to play cards. Triscuits were always on the tray, and I always perceived them as ‘grown-up’ crackers. Quite honestly, I think back then I didn’t quite like the texture of Triscuits, all ridge like and “woven” like they are.

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