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1. So, You Want to Become an NCIS Agent?
So, You Want to Become an NCIS Agent?
Back when I was a kid, nobody understood what exactly my dad did. "NIS" (Naval Investigative Service as NCIS was called back then) was mysterious. Was he a spy? A cop? A government agent? Did I mention that he had a really cool badge? Today, the popularity of the television show "NCIS" has shed ...
Business & Work - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 19:52:29
2. Custom Golf Carts
Custom Golf Carts
Whether you want to make a fashion statement or soup up your golf cart for performance, todays golf cart customization industry is ready to help with body kits, engine modifications, and endless supply of accessories. Cruise around in style wherever golf carts are allowed.
Cars - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 19:55:12
3. Building Relationships
Each year as anniversaries approach, couples head to the store in search of jewelry, roses, and sentimental cards that "say it all." As lovely as these items are, there may come a time when building the relationship is more important than exchanging trinkets of affection. Couples grow apart over ...
parenting-and-kids - Tue, 19 Oct 2010 16:30:30
4. Parenting Tips for Married Parents
While single parents may look upon married parents as having an advantage, co-parenting isn't as easy as it may seem. Sure, you've got a partner to fall back on, you've got additional support, you can take a break from time to time, and your financial situation may be stronger. However - do you r...
parenting-and-kids - Tue, 19 Oct 2010 16:28:22
5. Parenting Tips for Caregivers of all Types
Parenting is a lifelong journey from the moment the pregnancy test comes up positive to long after the children have grown and had babies of their own. Each stage of parenting has its own unique challenges from toddlerhood to the teenage years. Beyond that, different parenting scenarios, such as ...
parenting-and-kids - Tue, 19 Oct 2010 16:26:55
6. Parenting Tips for Parents of Children with ADHD
If your child has a diagnosis of ADHD or Attention Deficit Disorder, you'll likely explore a variety of programs such as therapy sessions and drug treatment options in an attempt to learn to manage the associated behaviors related to these conditions. Your child's pediatrician is an excellent per...
parenting-and-kids - Tue, 17 Feb 2009 00:41:35
7. Celeste Stewart Lensography
As a freelance writer, I have tons of articles posted all over the Web. Having recently discovered Squidoo, I am now compiling a list of my work featured on the Squidoo Web site. Take a look and take comfort in knowing that 100% of any revenue generated by this lensography is going directly to ch...
squidoo-community - Sun, 01 Feb 2009 02:51:14
8. Introducing Art to Kids
Children love art! From the first scribbles and arts and crafts of toddlerhood to more advanced painting and sculpture in the years ahead, it all begins with you. Help your children foster their creativity and instill a lifelong passion for art.
parenting-and-kids - Sat, 31 Jan 2009 03:54:22
9. Work at Home Challenges
A thirty second commute - Nice! Guests that don't get it - Not so nice! Set your own hours - Nice! Banging away at your keyboard when the family's finally asleep and you can actually get some work done - Not so nice! Stay at home with the kids - Nice! Important business call interrupted by "Mom...
business-and-work - Sat, 31 Jan 2009 03:14:49
10. Create Your Own Squidoo Lens Template
You may have heard that Giant Squids get to make their own Squidoo templates which is definitely worth striving for. After all, many lenses, especially those in a series, will have a similar layout such as: intro, text module, Amazon Spotlight, text module, poll, and guestbook. I can imagine that...
squidoo-community - Thu, 29 Jan 2009 16:19:42
11. A Writer's List of Must-Have Writing Tools
If you're pursuing a career as a freelance writer or dabbling in writing with hopes of someday writing the Great American Novel, it's time to invest in yourself. Dedication to the craft and a few must-have writing books on your shelf are the two most important steps that you can take as you journ...
How-To & Education - Tue, 27 Jan 2009 19:06:53
12. A Writer's Favorite Free Tools
As a self-employed writer who works from home, finding freebies is always welcome. Below are a few of my favorite free tools that help me run my writing business.
business-and-work - Tue, 27 Jan 2009 14:18:17
13. Bonkers for Beanie Babies
Are you just now getting aboard the Beanie Baby Express? When Beanie Babies first hit the shelves, they created a frenzy. "Don't you dare take that tag off" Beanie Baby fans would say as they clutched their precious beanies to their chests before encasing them in plastic tombs to preserve them fo...
Entertainment - Tue, 27 Jan 2009 05:09:17
14. Around the World in 30 Days: A Culinary Adventure
Many home cooks get caught in a rut and prepare the same old boring meals week after week. Get out of the rut and learn about the cuisines and cultures of the world in just 30 days. Doing so is educational, fun, and delicious!
food-and-cooking - Mon, 26 Jan 2009 03:44:54
15. Using Microsoft Excel to Track Squidoo Lenses
As a newcomer to Squidoo, I quickly found myself overwhelmed with the nuances of creating a successful lens. Whether a lens has photos or not, has been promoted via various avenues, has incoming links, has tags, belongs to groups, or has been updated recently matters. Of course, populating the le...
squidoo-community - Wed, 25 Feb 2009 21:31:23
16. Prepare for the Next Earthquake, Hurricane, Hailstorm, Wildfire, Tornado, or other Natural Disaster
Though disasters are unpredictable by their nature, they are frequent and regular occurances. Because you know that disasters regularly strike, it only makes sense to prepare for the inevitable. This disaster planning series covers disaster preparedness for large scale disasters such as earthquak...
How-To & Education - Fri, 23 Jan 2009 21:34:58
17. Secret Getaways: Yelapa, Mexico
Though technically not an island, the sleepy fishing village of Yelapa is only accessible by boat. Day trips to Yelapa from Puerta Vallarta offer tourists a fun little getaway. However, if you want to experience the "real" Yelapa, take the boat and spend the night (or two or three).
travel-and-places - Fri, 23 Jan 2009 17:25:44
18. Death and Taxes
No one likes to think about dying and we all hate to pay taxes. However, without a plan, your loved ones may be overburdened and overtaxed. Preparing for your death isn't as grim and unpleasant as it sounds. Plus, once you get started, estate planning will ease your mind. Once you have the basic...
How-To & Education - Fri, 23 Jan 2009 04:17:22
19. Living with Epilepsy
Whether you've recently been diagnosed with a seizure disorder or want to understand epilepsy because a loved one suffers from it, information is a powerful tool. Fortunately, the stigma that has surrounded epilepsy has lessened in recent years due in large part to better access to information. W...
healthy-living - Sat, 17 Jan 2009 17:10:03
20. So, You Want to Become a Freelance Writer?
If you're thinking about writing for a living, you've got a lot to consider including your ability to write, ability to sell, and ability to run a business. Yes, freelance writing is a business, so get used to that fact right from the beginning! You must market yourself, work hard, listen to cons...
business-and-work - Thu, 29 Jan 2009 18:16:07
21. Do It Yourself Income Taxes
Whether you're a homemaker, student, self-employed business person, or corporate executive, filing income taxes each year is a time-consuming and confusing process. Not everyone has the luxury of hiring an accountant or tax preparer to assist and most of us are on our own. Fortunately, plenty of...
How-To & Education - Tue, 27 Jan 2009 06:44:13
22. Fighting Plagiarism
As a Web content writer, my work has been copied and pasted by content thieves on many occasions. This is not okay. I actively search for illegal copies of my work and then work with appropriate authorities in getting the offending content removed. It all begins with finding my work out there in ...
squidoo-community - Thu, 23 Apr 2009 14:03:11
23. Make Money Writing
So, you've heard of others who make money writing online, right? What about you? If you're wondering where to start and whether it's really possible for you to earn extra money writing articles online, here's an idea: Pick up a copy of the Online Writing Workbook Beginner's Edition and get starte...
business-and-work - Fri, 07 May 2010 23:56:34
24. Celeste Stewart's Writing Portfolio
Wondering what Celeste Stewart has been up to lately? This page contains samples of articles currently showcased on various websites. Current Projects: Video training course covering Project Management Manage Web content for a leading technical support web site Misc. articles for clients
squidoo-community - Sat, 18 Jul 2009 00:48:15
25. Security Certified Network Specialist
Computer networks are constantly bombarded with threats, making a career as a network security professional one that is in high demand. Earning your Security Certified Network Specialist (SCNS) credential from the Security Certified Program (SCP) is an excellent way to prove to potential employer...
computers-and-electronics - Sun, 05 Apr 2009 22:04:58
26. Writers Critique Groups
Though writing is a solitary endeavor, it doesn't need to be. Gather a group of like-minded writers and form a critique group. Not only will you benefit from the support and fellowship the group offers, your writing skills are sure to improve!
How-To & Education - Sun, 08 Mar 2009 02:58:39
27. Dangerous Foods
Depending on who you are, food dangers may be lurking in your kitchen. Foods like honey or peanuts may be safe for one family member but dangerous to others. For example, did you know that children under one should not consume honey due to botulism spores? Likewise, pregnant women should avoid co...
food-and-cooking - Sat, 21 Feb 2009 21:12:43
28. Secret Getaways: June Mountain, California
Most Californian ski buffs know about Mammoth and Lake Tahoe skiing, but few know about June Mountain, Mammoth's sibling located about a half hour north. In fact, those of us who do know like to keep it our little secret. You'll hear us talking about how much June Mountain sucks just so anyone wh...
sports-and-recreation - Sun, 15 Feb 2009 20:19:10
29. Stephen King's Book On Writing
Stephen King fans and fiction writers alike will love Kings intimate discussion of writing and life in general. Dont be scared off by the fact that this is a "grammar book" - it is so much more than that, it is a glimpse into what makes King tick.
culture-and-society - Sun, 01 Feb 2009 05:20:35
30. Is the Wii Fit Worth the Price?
Like many families, our family decided that the Wii gaming system and the Wii Fit would make an excellent gift for Christmas. Now that Christmas has come and gone, we've experienced the joys of Wii ownership. Plus, we're all getting into shape with the Wii Fit! In our case, we were starting from ...
Video Games - Sat, 31 Jan 2009 20:53:42
31. Food Recalls
You've been following food safety advice for years now, carefully washing your raw chicken before cooking, disinfecting your cutting board after cutting meat, avoiding cross contamination of foods, and cooking your poultry, pork, and beef to "safe" temperatures, right? Even after following all of...
food-and-cooking - Fri, 30 Jan 2009 15:11:53
32. Be the Life of the Party with Fabulous Party Favors
No matter what type of special event you are hosting, party souvenirs are a surefire way to keep the memories alive. Send your party guests packing with a little taste of the day. From mints and candies in unique containers to useful themed items such as heart-shaped tea infusers, you're sure to ...
Entertainment - Tue, 27 Jan 2009 19:56:56
33. The Joys of Being Self-Employed
Being self-employed has its pluses and minuses. The pluses include being your own boss and setting your own hours; the minuses include being your own boss (you have to pay self-employment taxes) and setting your own hours (you often work well into the night and every weekend). This lens is dedic...
How-To & Education - Tue, 27 Jan 2009 06:38:24
34. Earthquake Preparedness
When an earthquake strikes, there's little warning other than a distant rumble before the ground starts shaking. However, there's plenty of time to prepare for disasters. After all, we know that the odds of an earthquake or other major disaster striking are against us. Are you prepared?
How-To & Education - Fri, 23 Jan 2009 21:53:45

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