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Friday, February 22, 2013

Don't You Just Hate The Funk & Your February 22 2013 Blog Carnival Of Christian Family Information Exchange

Welcome and thank you for reading this Blog Carnival. I hope you all are doing well, staying healthy and away from the Flu. and other sicknesses of the season!  I must admit that I have been a bit ill this week and the worst thing about it on top of all I already must deal with is that this weeks illness has brought with it the funk! I hate being in a funk! I hate everything about the funk and I don't want anything to do with the funk! But I was and still am deep into the funk!  Does anyone have any cures for the funk? I daily make the effort to try and stay positive and keep all things afloat, however, and I am sure you know this as well, the urge to say, "to hell with it all" is a bit over-whelming while in the funk! I will continue to plunge on and hopefully soon, this funk will go away!

I received a couple of interesting emails this week. One was from a disability group., that works to keep disability and it's effects in the forefront and to actively working for more access for the disabled. The other email I am referring to was from a lady out East. The disability group wishes that I would mention my disability more to bring it and all that the disabled must deal with to the forefront. The email from the lady out East, was just the opposite! This lady wished that I stop mentioning or referring to my disability, because all it does is make the readers feel uncomfortable and guilty that they don't do more to help. Well... I don't think I mention my situation that very often. I even went back through all the past posts to this blog and found that I mentioned, referred to or explained my disability a little less than a quarter of the time! Regardless, I understand that no one can satisfy everyone, and even so I will continue to attempt to, but will except the fact that someone somewhere will have something to complain about just the same! That is okay because I use the emails I receive to help me stay connected and attempting to produce articles of interest for the majority. If any reader feels 'guilty' in any way then that speaks more to them and their actions and not to me and my situation. Am I correct or what?  However, as I have said, I will continue to use our emails to remain connected and in touch with our readers. Being a self-imposed recluse makes it difficult to stay connected. Please continue to write me, pro and con because it makes a big difference to me and to the direction I lead this business in.

More importantly than me and my situation, is you and your family. Please understand that this entire business was formed and continues to focus on, 'today's Christian family'. In a world where others point to Christianity as the cause of many ills, I wish to search high and low to find important information and resources to assist and develop the Christian family and Christian children. An old, disabled, reclusive man in Denver has little if anything to do with our company's aim and mission. If my situation and disability assists anyone then so be it!  If your children can feel comfortable enough to write and ask me questions about my situation than great!  Let's do it and do a lot more of it! After going through the emails while still fighting the funk I was introduced to a really cool product for families! Thank God 'things' and certain people pop up just when you need them! This product helped get me back on track and focused on what I can do for you and your family. That is what I must stay focused on!

I promise to keep this as short as possible and to get to your Blog Carnival soon. The last several years have been full of disasters and emergencies of all type in just about all regions of the world. Rather than focus on them and their negative impact, lets just agree that disasters and emergencies always are a possibility anywhere and we have learned that we need to be better prepared!  One of the most simple ways of protecting your family and to help them be better off in the very worst of any disaster or emergency is to, 'provide them with all the information they will need to know'!   After an emergency having a little book, or digital information that's easy to retrieve even without a computer, is the fastest way to getting your family safe and protected through the remainder of the emergency and back to somewhat situation 'normal'. If all your credit cards, personal identification, including bank debit cards and ATM cards were lost in an emergency, you and your family would be in one of the worst situation you could possibly be in. Now I don't think I need waste your time and go through all the terrible things that could happen in an emergency situation with all your important information lost. If your house and business were destroyed, your access to money in the bank not available, just what would you be able to do to protect your family, get them out of the elements and provide them with some hot food and a safe place to sleep? Long story short, you couldn't do much except look for and find the Red Cross tent over-packed with hundreds of others in the same shape and be somewhat safe for the first night there. Now just for a moment imagine what would your family do if you weren't there and they didn't have any of your important information? They would be in even worst shape! So what can you do? You need to be prepared! You can now easily provide your family with all the important information they’ll ever need to know in any emergency/disaster!

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Thank you for reading and thank you for your business and support. Please share this with loved ones and even re-post it if you wish. Just keep all the URL'S and this byline intact somewhere within the re-post! May God our heavenly Father protect, prosper and provide for you and yours for all of time! God bless!

Now here is your Blog Carnival Of Christian Family Information Exchange For February 22 2013!

Kevin Giffin presents How Nannies Can Build Exercise Into Their Days posted at Summer Nanny , saying, "Nannies typically work a longer day than most other childcare providers. Their daily schedule needs to accommodate their employers’ non-traditional hours and flexibility requirements."

Brittany Harris presents How to Know if Your Child is Ready for a Booster Seat posted at NannyPro.com , saying, "When your child is beginning to grow out of his car seat, it’s time to consider graduating him to a booster seat."

Hailey Jones presents Rude Things People Say to Parents and the Best Responses to Go with Them posted at Nanny Websites , saying, "Unfortunately, when it comes to having a personal filter, many people don’t have one installed. Here are some of the rudest comments strangers make to parents in public, as well as their rudeness factor and the best responses to go with them."

Teri Jones presents 10 of the Best iPhone Apps for Stay at Home Dads posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, "Working as a stay at home dad is definitely a full-time job and the iPhone can help you manage all of the different responsibilities that come with it."

Laura Anderson presents Expert Insights with Susan Tokayer and Becky Kavanagh, Co-Presidents of the International Nanny Association posted at eNannySource, saying, "For most all of my own nanny career, I have been involved with the International Nanny Association. As a member, board member and employee of the association, I was privileged to have seen the value membership brings to those who join and actively participate"

Kaylee Adams presents 30 Blogs For Sleep Training Fussy Babies posted at Find A Nanny, saying, "The global village of parents, medical professionals and parenting experts that offer their wisdom and experience for the edification of the blogosphere come through in spades on the subject, with a staggering array of entries dedicated to sleep training in some form or fashion."

Diego Brown presents A Mom’s Guide to Balancing Work and Family posted at National Nannies, saying, "As the Mommy Wars wage on, the longstanding battle between working mothers and those who stay at home can get particularly nasty."

Isabella Harriss presents How to Get on a Reality Show posted at Nanny News Network, saying, "If you’ve always dreamed of being a celebrity, but aren’t angling for a career on the silver screen, the overwhelming surge in popularity of reality programming may seem like your golden opportunity."

Carter White presents 30 Blogs Parents of Teenage Girls Won’t Want to Miss posted at Babysitting, saying, "Any parent with a teenage girl knows that dealing with a girl who is in the throes of adolescence can be an overwhelming task."

Jeff Moore presents 21 Blogs Sharing Date Night Ideas posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, "Keeping the spark alive in your marriage is no easy task, but it’s an integral one for maintaining a happy marriage."

Brittany Hall presents How to Walk Away From a Nanny Interview With the Job posted at Nanny Interview Questions, saying, "Getting the call from a prospective employer inviting you to interview for an available nanny position is exciting, as it’s proof that your resume stood out amongst a sea of other applicants and that your qualifications have placed you one step closer to a new post."

Dan Robinson presents The 10 Best Cities for People without Cars posted at Aupair Jobs, saying, "Whether you’re a nervous driver or a staunch supporter of mass transit as a means of reducing your carbon footprint, relying solely upon public transportation will require you to live in a city with a suitable public transportation system in place."

Arianna Lee presents 21 Blogs Featuring Soups That Will Warm Your Soul This Winter posted at Part Time Nanny, saying, "The long winter months usually mean that snow is piling up outside and the air has that crisp chill in it."

Cherry Liu presents 10 of the Best Hacks for Putting Together a Last Minute Dinner Party posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, "No matter how much you love to throw a dinner party, they’re nothing short of nerve-wracking when they spring up spontaneously and you don’t have enough time to prepare properly."

Denise Thompson presents Expand Your New Baby Care Knowledge with These 30 Blogs posted at Find A Babysitter, saying, "Whether you’re getting ready to have your first baby or start your first babysitting job, learning to properly and safely care for an infant can be more complicated than it appears on the surface."

Laura Anderson presents Expert Insights: Focusing on Today’s Youth with Anthony Goulet, Gang Prevention and Interventionist posted at eNannySource, saying, "Anthony wanted to get his take on the misconceptions people have about today’s youth, how parents and caregivers can identify at-risk youth and how they can help keep them on the right track."

Jessica Clark presents 10 of the Most Interesting People Named Ken posted at Kenney Myers, saying, "The most common derivative nicknames of Kenneth are “Ken” and “Kenny.” These 10 men are some of the most interesting public figures who have the name Ken or its parent name Kenneth."

Diego Brown presents 10 Reasons Why You Should Consider a Flash Mob Marriage Proposal posted at National Nannies, saying, "There’s something about a flash mob that makes every big moment better, which may be why they’re now regularly used for everything from product promotion to issue awareness."

Jonathan Grant presents How Do You Know God is Real? posted at Questions & Answers About Life, saying, "The question every Christian will ask at some point in their lives."

Kaylee Adams presents Things to Agree On Before Your Nanny Brings Her Own Child to Work posted at Find A Nanny, saying, "Here’s a list of questions you want to make sure that you and your nanny answer before she begins bringing her child to work."

Carter White presents Learn How to Talk Your Teen’s Language with These 30 Blogs posted at Babysitting, saying, "When your affectionate child becomes a strong-willed tween who suddenly morphs into a sullen teenager, it’s easy to feel like a language barrier has sprung up between you and the teenager you’ve raised from infancy."

Isabella Harriss presents 10 Reality Shows That Aren’t So Real posted at Nanny News Network, saying, "In the world of reality television, viewers are forced to either suspend their disbelief for the duration of the show or accept that what they’re watching may very well be scripted."

Elisabeth Wright presents 10 of the Funniest Comb Overs in History posted at Vitamins and Minerals, saying, "Cheap toupees and painfully obvious hair plugs can also cause a chuckle or two, but have nothing on the laugh-inspiring power of the abiding fashion faux pas that is the comb over."

Brittany Harris presents Protecting Your Children in the Car: 5 Tips for Choosing the Right Car Seat posted at NannyPro.com, saying, "Congratulations! A baby is on the way! Paramount on the list of concerns for a new parent is safety, and safety concerns will start sooner than you might initially think:"

Steve Jackson presents 25 Hacks that Will Give Your More Time in Your Day posted at Housekeeping, saying, "Saving a few seconds here and there throughout the day may not seem like it makes that much of a difference, but consistently practicing time-saving habits can add up."

Shelby Martin presents What Are the Consequences For Not Giving Your Nanny a W-2 Form? posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, "If you’re considering an under the table arrangement that will leave your nanny with no W-2 at the beginning of the year, there are some dire consequences you’ll want to take into consideration first."

Olivia Lewiss presents How to Choose a Kid-Friendly Family Dog posted at Hire a Nanny, saying, "Choosing a dog is an exciting milestone, but it’s not a trial-and-error situation. Surrendering a dog because he isn’t right for your family will almost always endanger his life, a situation that simply isn’t fair to the defenseless dog in your care."

Sydney Bell presents 15 Keyboard Hacks that Will Save You Tons of Time posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, "These 15 keyboard hacks are effective shortcuts that can help you power through your work so that you come in on the right side of every deadline."

Layla Martinez presents 25 Blogs Sharing How to Use Essential Oils to Make You Feel Better posted at Live-In Nanny, saying, "Essential oils are extracted from many different plant sources and have been used for thousands of years for various purposes."

Jim Wilson presents 25 Blogs with Family-Friendly Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day posted at Babysitters, saying, "In a nutshell, a man named Patrick converted a large group of Irish people from Paganism to Christianity and was made a Saint."

Maryanne Williams presents 21 Blogs Using Acupressure to Improve Your Well-Being posted at Share a Nanny, saying, "Acupressure has been used for centuries as a means for treating the body and mind. You can do acupressure on yourself or have a specialist do it for you."

Cherry Liu presents 18 Blogs Featuring the Top Painting Tips for Beginners posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, "Painting is not hard if you know the basics, and these 18 blog entries will give you all the information that you need to successfully paint your own walls."

Eric Taylor presents 30 of the Best Blogs for Aspiring Pastry Chefs posted at Nanny Care, saying, "These days, the global network created by the Internet and, more specifically, the blogosphere, allows pastry lovers unprecedented access to the carefully-guarded secrets of master chefs."

Laura Anderson presents Expert Insights: Helping Students Strategize for College with Career Coach Crystal Kadakia posted at eNannySource, saying, "With the cost of college rising, parents and students can no longer afford to wait until college starts to determine what career path to take."

Jeff Moore presents 30 Blogs to Help You Go to Prom on a Budget posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, "When you begin planning for the big night, it’s a good idea to sit down with your daughter and discuss her expectations for the event and set a budget that the two of you can afford."

Teri Jones presents 10 Tips for Formulating a Winning Thank You Note That Scores You the Job posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, "One way to distinguish yourself from the competition is to pen a post-interview thank you note that makes an impression on hiring managers."

MITCHELL MORRIS presents What You Should Know Before Letting Your Kids Ride the School Bus Alone posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, "The first day of school is a momentous occasion for both parents and their children, but so is the first time that your child rides the school bus alone."

Denise Thompson presents 10 Ways to Calm Your Fussy Baby in the Middle of the Night posted at Find A Babysitter, saying, "Here are some tried and true techniques to calm your fussy baby, though you should keep in mind that all babies are different."

Jessica Clark presents 10 Common Illegal Things Honest People Do posted at Kenney Myers, saying, "In reality, a criminal is anyone who breaks the law, even if it’s a relatively minor one."

Joe Taylor presents 10 Hot Lunch Ideas to Pack for School-Aged Kids posted at Live Out Nanny, saying, "Most of the time a microwave isn’t available for school-age kids, so packing a hot lunch takes a little extra time."

Caleb Hill presents What Britney Spears Should Look for in a Nanny posted at Nanny Classifieds, saying, "Nannies and private childcare providers have been on the periphery of many tabloid-fodder incidents surrounding the pop princess, indicating that she should probably consider amending her criteria for nanny candidates in the future."

Hailey Jones presents 5 Ways to Help Kids Who Are Struggling With Homework posted at Nanny Websites, saying, "Though some progressive schools around the country have taken steps to eliminate homework, it still remains a fixture in the lives of most students."

Sharon Moore presents Things Every Nanny Should Do in the First Week of a New Job posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, "Here are five things you can do in your first week to make sure you’re on the right track."

Cherry Liu presents 12 Secrets For Maintaining a Happy Marriage After Kids posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, "While it’s no secret to any couple past the honeymoon stage that marriage requires work in order to be successful, it can come as a surprise to new parents just how much raising children changes the dynamic of a marriage."

Carter White presents 28 Blogs with Ideas to Keep Teens from Going Stir Crazy Over Spring Break posted at Babysitting, saying, "these 28 blogs that can give you some inspiration for surviving this Spring Break."

Sydney Bell presents 15 Common Internet Scams and How to Avoid Them posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, "These 15 Internet scams are quite popular, but you can avoid falling victim to them by learning to recognize their common red flags."

Kaylee Adams presents 18 Blogs You Can Use to Determine if Your Child is Gifted posted at Find A Nanny, saying, "Many parents think that their child is gifted, maybe because he walked before the other babies in the playgroup or was an early talker."

Jessica Clark presents 10 iPhone Apps to Help You Track Your Favorite Team’s Stats posted at Kenney Myers, saying, "These 10 iPhone apps can help you track scores and achievements when you’re not able to tune into live events and allow you to watch your favorite teams compete while you’re on the go!"

Denise Thompson presents How to Get More Sleep Out of Your Toddler posted at Find A Babysitter, saying, "From the moment you bring your newborn home until he’s well into the school-aged years, the one thing you’re likely to always want more of is sleep."

That will conclude this February 22 2013 edition. Please submit your blog article to the next edition of Christian Family Information Exchange using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page. Guest hosting also available.
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Roy Twogood Jr. is Managing Director of OLIN e-Publishing Company & OLINeBooks of Denver Colorado - http://www.olinepublishing.com . Again the link for the preparedness eproduct I mentioned above is http://yu2.it/5y . Please do check it out and please do share it with loved ones so that they can be prepared to do the very best for their families as well!  Thank you and God bless!

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