Conquer Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 24 Hours

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in Just 24 Hours 

Philadelphia is the home to history, detailed architecture, and a plethora of things to see and do. A day in Philadelphia is not nearly enough time to explore the whole city. What if you only had 24 hours? Here is what we did in a little under 24 hours in Philadelphia.

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Kings Dominion Vacation – Not Just An Amusement Park

A Kings Dominion Vacation

Many think of amusement parks as a one-day event. Turn your fun-filled day into a vacation at Kings Dominion. We did and had a GREAT time! Let me tell you all about it!

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Stay at Home Mom Heading Back to Work

A Stay At Home Mom Back to Work

Before my children were even born, I had made the decision that I wanted to be a stay at home mom. I knew there was a big sacrifice I would be making by quitting my job. Bills would be harder to pay which would mean we would need to make choices to stick with generic brands, eat more meals at home, and try cutting any and all corners we could to make it work. The benefits of staying at home with my babies were far greater of a blessing than money could ever be! Now, it is time for this mama to go from being a stay a home mom back to work, working a public job. 

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How to Identify Spider Bites

How to Identify Spider Bites 

Identify spider bites to ease your mind and educate yourself about nature and its possible dangers. Most spiders can’t harm a human. They may leave a slightly painful or itchy mark, but they can’t seriously harm anyone. Others like the brown recluse spider and the black widow, however, can do a lot of bodily damage to a human. Use this article to identify and rule-out dangerous spider bites.

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History of the Liberty Bell

History of the Liberty Bell

According to old American tradition, the Liberty Bell let out a chime that changed the world on July 8, 1776. The bell summoned citizens of Philadelphia as it rang from the tower of Independence Hall. The citizens of Philadelphia would become the first to hear the public reading of the Declaration of Independence by Colonel John Nixon.

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