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Wedding Planning for Busy Professionals

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Planning a wedding can be a full time job. If you're a busy professional, the moment you said “Yes!”, your work week doubled.

In this article, Meredith Lepore, writing for The Grindstone, cites examples of how others have handled planning their wedding and career at the same time without losing their sanity. It’s a short, but quite interesting read.

“Planning My Wedding Almost Cost Me My Job”

When it comes to wedding planning, there are all different types of brides. Some are  Keep reading →

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Rieger Begonia Plant Care Tips

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A popular indoor blooming plant that gets a lot of searches on this site is the rieger begonia.

It seems there are a lot of people who are looking for information and instructions on how to care for them, so I posted some basic care instructions here:

Rieger Begonia Plant Care Tips

Although there is a lot of information online about begonias in general, I thought I would share a couple of interesting links I recently came across for those of you who are looking for more information specifically about rieger begonias.

Here’s a short but descriptive article I think you’ll like:  Keep reading →

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4 Things You Should Know Before You Buy Bulk Wedding Flowers Online

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It’s no secret that a lot of brides today are choosing to do their own wedding flowers in order to save money.

If you’re searching online, you’ll find a lot of sites selling bulk wedding flowers.

While many do offer some very good values, the thing to be aware of is the shipping and handling methods they use.

All of the online bulk flower vendors use overnight shipping services. Although fast, the flowers are not shipped in a temperature and humidity controlled environment.

That can have an adverse impact on the condition of the flowers when they arrive.

Here’s a real-life example of what can happen:  Keep reading →

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