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Hey there! You’re listening to the Mighty Mommy with some quick and dirty tips for practical parenting. I love birthdays and holidays and shopping and my kids love toys. If that isn’t a dangerous combination, I don’t know what is. When I venture into either of my kids’...
- July 05, 2008
Listen up, everyone! Today’s topic is phrasal verbs, as in to listen up. A listener, Paulino from Minneapolis, would like to know what phrasal verbs are and why they are called that. Phrasal verbs always seemed to stump my students when I taught English as a second language in Tokyo,...
- July 04, 2008
  Hi there, The Digital Marketer here, ready to help you put the power of the Internet and technology to work for your business. Are the bookmarks in your browser driving you crazy? Are you having trouble remembering where you saved the link to that site or blog you want to revisit? Why not...
- July 03, 2008
Hey there! You’re listening to the Mighty Mommy with some quick and dirty tips for practical parenting. My friend Andy from The Andycast Podcast inspired me to talk about vacationing with kids. He recently took a family road trip and had a lot of fun tales to tell and tips to share....
- June 28, 2008
Today’s topic is “Nothing Ages Writing Faster Than Slang.” Slang is made of informal words and phrases that originate in speech, and often includes substitutions for formal words, like “ride” or “wheels” for a car. "Getting down" or "...
- June 27, 2008
Hi there, The Digital Marketer here, ready to help you put the power of the Internet and technology to work for your business. I don't know about you, but I have hired both a bookkeeper and a tax accountant for my small business. I let them do the heavy financial lifting for me. Still, there...
- June 26, 2008
Make-it-Green Girl here, with more tips for making your driving more green-ified. This week I'm going to be building on that ever present subject - driving - by submitting for your consideration the impact of the automobile on air quality. Why is it called smog? When humans discovered fire, it...
- June 25, 2008
Ever wonder how you’re ever going to be able to afford your child’s college education? Have you looked into different savings plans and been confused trying to figure out the best choice? Well, you’re not alone. As a matter of fact, a listener named Phil wrote in about this...
- June 25, 2008
Hey there! You’re listening to the Mighty Mommy with some quick and dirty tips for practical parenting. As a mom who works at home both on and offline, I thought it would be fun to share some of the great websites that I’ve found make my life both easier and more fun. None of the...
- June 21, 2008
Today on “Money Girl”, a few quick and dirty tips on how to reduce the loads you pay on mutual funds using breakpoints. Let me ask you something..Are you tired of paying high sales charges every time you invest in mutual funds? Better yet, have you ever wondered why some people seem...
- June 19, 2008
Make-it-Green Girl here, with another episode of Make-it-Green Girl's Quick and Dirty Tips for an Earth Friendly Life. Now that gas is rather pricey, and making headlines left and right, it seems appropriate to add a global perspective to our repertoire of driving tips. Today, I'm going to delve...
- June 18, 2008
Hey there! You’re listening to the Mighty Mommy with some quick and dirty tips for practical parenting. This week I’ll be talking all about moms getting together and getting along. I don’t want to discriminate against dads though. These tips are for anyone who is spending time...
- June 14, 2008
Hello, and welcome to Make-it-Green Girl's Quick and Dirty Tips for an Earth Friendly Life. After a whirlwind of comments about Paper or Plastic I, I decided to do another show on grocery bags. There's quite a lot to be said on the subject, so this week I'm going to elaborate on the whole grocery...
- June 12, 2008
Today on Money Girl, we are going to learn how to find potential stocks to invest in with the use of a quantitative screening tool. Webster's Unabridged Dictionary states that the word Quantitative can have varied meanings. For our purposes, we will look at only two: quan·ti...
- June 11, 2008
Today we’re going to talk about when it’s OK to omit the word that in a sentence. The sentences “The turkey sandwich I ate yesterday had too much mayonnaise” and “The turkey sandwich that I ate yesterday had too much mayonnaise” mean the same thing. In that...
- June 06, 2008

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