As someone who spends the majority of my waking hours staring at a screen, I’m always on the lookout for an app or two that can make my life a little easier in a fun way.
If your kitchen is anything like mine, there’s a drawer specially dedicated to cookie cutters waiting to be pulled out for one fine December day.
Hair texture a factor in success
FARGO – Some days my thick, curly hair defies all styling attempts and leaves no option but to wear it up. With shoulder-length spirals, a ponytail often comes out looking more like a poodle tail than a tame mane.
FARGO – Kids are back in school, my oak tree is losing its leaves and I’m already mourning the end of summer. But it’s only August, and we still have a few more weeks to eke out some summer fun.
FARGO – There’s a fresh new crop of strong, leading ladies on TV lately.
It’s seems that Hollywood is getting the picture that women can carry a show instead of just providing a supporting role. From drama to comedy, each woman brings a unique, female presence to your living room.
I recently tried to convince myself that I’m justified hiring someone to clean my house every couple of weeks.
My practical side argued that I work hard and want to spend my time away from the office enjoying my home with my husband without worrying about scrubbing my toilet or detailing my coffee maker.
Red, white and blue form the building blocks of Americana, but what colors paint the picture of Fargo-Moorhead?
Remember the days of standing around the water cooler Tuesday mornings, talking about the latest episode of M*A*S*H, careful not to spoil it for co-workers who missed whatever Hot Lips had to say last night? No? Yeah, me neither. The series finale is older than I am.
The latest internet craze – a virtual pin board that lets you organize, share and, in my case obsess, over all the great stuff the internet has to offer – has made my life easier in many ways but also served as the newest form of online time suck.
MOORHEAD - Chris Thomsen’s Moorhead home contains a 16-foot waterfall, security cameras, music speakers in every room and what he calls “Game Day Central,” a bank of five flat screen TVs with separate satellite feeds.
And it’s all controlled through his iPad.
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