Since Japan’s recent tsunami disaster caused dangerous levels of damage to the Fukushima nuclear power plants, bans on Japanese foods and consumables have been spreading due to concerns about radiation contamination. Hong Kong has banned imports of Japanese meat, dairy, and fish unless Japan tests the items for radiation. And in Tokyo, parents have been […]

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Has this ever happened to you? You’re sick of eating fast food every day at work — or maybe you just want to save money, or eat healthier — so you bring your lunch from home. But you never get to eat it — because some sweet cuddle-muffin at work STEALS YOUR LUNCH. It’s more […]

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Our increasingly technological society demands increasingly more electricity to carry out it’s day-to-day functions, even as the the world’s supply of fossil fuels continues to dwindle. That’s why it’s so important for us to find alternative, renewable sources of energy, like that generated by wind, geothermal, solar, and wind. Energy created by these methods is […]

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Just about everyone has heard about Japan’s recent tsunami disaster. But did you know about the insurance disaster that went along with it? A New York Times story entitled Japan’s Government Likely to Bear Much of the Loss explains some of the anticipated ramifications of last week’s earthquake and resulting tsunami. Of the $300 billion […]

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Ebay has just announced their new special pricing for sellers. Starting April 19, 2011, a seller can list up to 50 FREE EBAY LISTINGS per month. Listings must be auction-style rather than fixed price (also known as Buy it Now). Sellers can also ADD “Buy It Now” to these auctions for free. This special pricing […]

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I was watching the video footage of the tsunami that raked Japan on Friday, and it literally brought tears to my eyes. Watching the roaring mass of muddy waters washing through the neighborhoods was heart-rending. Most of the time, all that was visible were the flat tops of some of the larger buildings. Just as […]

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Daylight savings time is fast approaching. For spring 2011, Daylight Savings Time officially starts on Sunday, March 13 — so that’s when we’ll have to turn our clocks forward an hour if we want to stay on the same schedule as the rest of the country. I’ve always hated Daylight Savings Time – because frankly, […]

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8 Reasons Moms Love the Amazon Kindle

by Nindo Mom on March 9, 2011

As I’ve mentioned before, I think the Kindle is Awesome, for several reasons. The following are reasons that moms will love the Kindle. Kindle Benefits For Moms: Takes Very Little Space in Your House, Luggage, or Tote Bag — The Kindle’s so small, you can pretty much take it anywhere you’d take a paperback.  (It’s […]

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