Chocolate Pumpkin Mini Trifles with Madhava Chocolate Cake

Chocolate Pumpkin Mini Trifles

With the doors and windows wide open, the cooler temperatures wrap themselves around me as I bake in my kitchen. There is no doubt that Autumn is nipping at my heels and I am so ready. I love baking this time of year, and add in the delicious spices and pumpkin recipes and I’m in pure bliss. These little Chocolate Pumpkin Mini Trifles are absolutely perfect to put in you in the mood for Autumn.

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Constant Content (CC) vs. Associated Content (AC)

Deciding which one to list your stuff at can be a challenge. It seems lately, that I am learning more and more people enjoy the benefits of Associated Content, which I am not exactly sure I understand the reasoning behind. Although I have never listed at Associated Content, I have listed at Constant Content. I… 

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Digital Prints For Less!

One of the best “inventions” in the world is the digital camera. It saves money in so many ways. Film costs are cut down because there is no more needless printing of bad photographs. In addition, there is no more expensive film to purchase, and no developing costs. Only printing costs. So looking for a… 

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My Mom Got a New Dog

And he’s adorable!! His name is Paco, and he’s a Havanese.

Sausage Balls

Sausage Balls

These aren’t just great for an appetizer, they are fantastic for a breakfast side item or just as a pop in your mouth snack. My teenagers are kinda crazy about these and they love them. I won’t even pretend there is a single healthy feature to these wonderful little sausage balls, but I will tell… 

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100 Things – 2006 Version

100 Things – August 2006 Version Yes, I did this once before, but I was reading over a bunch of my things and realized that they actually have changed a little in only a years time, so I thought I would jump back on the bandwagon and write another one. So here is my August… 

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Beginning a Writer’s Resume Part Two

Ok, in the previous article Beginning a Writer’s Resume – Part One, we took a look at the first three sections of your writer’s resume. Now we need to go past that. WORK HISTORY: Your work history might have absolutely nothing to do with the job you are seeking or with your writing at all…. 

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Help! I need a Writer’s Resume

When faced with the challenge of creating my own personal writer’s resume, I panicked a little. In fact, I probably panicked a lot. Sure, I have a regular resume. In fact, I have two. One for any administrative positions I apply for, because I have experience as an Office Manager and one for a teaching… 

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I Need a Writers Resume

When faced with the challenge of creating my own personal writer’s resume, I panicked a little. In fact, I probably panicked a lot. Sure, I have a regular resume. In fact, I have two. One for any administrative positions I apply for, because I have experience as an Office Manager and one for a teaching… 

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A Writers Resume

Hey happy writer’s – I stumbled across a thought today. I don’t have a writer’s resume – do you? If you do, what the heck do you put on it? I did extensive research on the whole thing trying to figure out how to list the articles I’ve written. I’ve also ghost written several things… 

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Email Forwards

My friend Cyndi, much like myself, does not really believe in forwards. It is quite rare that I ever forward any (delete key anyone?) but every once in awhile I will find one I have to share. Same with her. Well today she sent me this one and I almost deleted it before actually reading… 

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