Career app

Guys, just discovered the best free iPhone app and I have to share it with you all! I’ve been feeling really nervous about my future lately, but this app has helped me so much. It’s called “PathSource” and it lets you figure out a career path, college majors, where to live, etc. The app has a free salary quiz to tell you what salary you need to make to afford the life you want in every zip code. It has a free career assessment that recommends careers. And it has videos of hundreds of real people giving honest insights into their jobs. If you feel at all lost or nervous about your future, I HIGHLY recommend checking it out!

Furniture Crate

Popular trends and furniture collections to fit your home – there’s something here for everyone.

We’re promoting our new curated furniture collections. The preferred audience would be users interested in interior design, new home owners, people moving, or just people looking to redecorate.

This is some seriously cool stuff to look at!

The Miracle of Yoga

Yeah yoga really has proven itself in helping people reduce stress. Less stress = a healthier heart. That becomes super important for those with heart disease in the family (like mine). Heart attacks are still a huge killer, if you think you might be prone to them, adding some yoga to your life might not be a terrible idea.

Healthy Body 2015

Getting the whole family involved is a fantastic idea. Seriously, it helps build a support system and creates accountability for everyone.

Healthy Mind, Healthy Body, Healthy Life

I wanted to start this blog to help people. Over the past half a year I have been helping myself and my family get healthy by meal planning. I asked on my local facebook mom group for suggestions on where to go for recipes for healthy choices. Some were ok, but one has stuck with me over the past 6 months and I have pretty much been cooking from her site just about every night, with the exception of some Sundays, holidays and days when we have leftovers.

Gina Homolka is the creator of and the author of The Skinnytaste Cookbook, which you can find in stores EVERYWHERE! I absolutely LOVE every single recipe I have tried and so does my family. Not only are they SKINNY, she also includes the Weight Watchers Points on each recipe as well as the calorie count and servings. She aims for clean…

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The food, the nutrients and the values

Some really good food for thought (pun intended).

Ser and Stuff

Everyone knows that the key to a healthy life is having a healthy diet. In today’s society media shows you one food advertisement after the other. One product claiming to be even tastier or healthier than the other. When you go into the supermarket products are labeled with seals claiming that said product is a healthy choice. Packaging advertises things such as “0% fat” or “no added sugar”. These things can be decent guidelines, but in my experience you shouldn’t take them to heart. Don’t forget these are still companies trying to make a profit. I’ve found that teaching yourself to read the nutrient value’s on the packaging together with the basic knowledge of what kind of effect nutrients have on your body, will make resisting poor food choices and picking healthier food a lot easier.

Based on the knowledge I gathered during my research on nutrients I decided for…

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It is official. Steam Workshop with be available!

We just now hit our 2nd stretch goal for our Kickstarter! Thank you each and every person that how donated to help our cause! Seriously, we could not have done this without the love and support of each and every person that has gotten involved with our game.

Just 67 hours left to get our exclusive deals via Kickstarter and help us manage to hit the 3rd stretch goal-Random Dungeon Generation!

So close to that next stretch goal!

We have a little bit less than $1000 to go before we are able to afford Steam Workshop Integration. If 100 people donated $10, we’d have it. Since actually integrating Steam doesn’t cost anything (as most Steam users know), I am going to take a moment to break down how that money is going to go towards the game.

First off, the first 10k… that is all new hardware, software licensing, and legal documents. None of our current hardware functions 100% of the time. So you can imagine how frustrating it might be to try and program if your laptop overheats every few hours. After that, we are going to put everything else towards hired help. We are looking for local artists to support and help them build a genuine portfolio. The more money we get after that initial 10k, the more we can pay them to create, and the more features Chris (the lead artist and programer) can implement before the game launches. Having that extra artist gives Chris more time to code, versus doing artwork.

So please, take a moment and toss $10 our way. There is still a reward tier for that amount and you will be getting something for your troubles. I thank anyone that contributes in advance. You are a fantastic human being.

Here’s where to go:

Now click on it! Go on. Do it. You know you want to just look around at least.