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Kathryn Vercillo

Joined 7 years ago from San Francisco

I'm a San Francisco based freelance writer / blogger with nearly ten years of writing experience behind me. I love covering a diverse range of topics including technology, travel, relationships, urban trends, personal finance, and business. I enjoy doing in-depth research for all of my articles and really commit myself to all of the work that I get involved in.

I also really love connecting with new people and collaborating on writing projects. I'm also always on the lookout for new blogging jobs. Join me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/KathrynVercillo or Buzz: http://www.google.com/profiles/kathryn.vercillo#buzz. 

 

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  • 1

    8 Breathtaking, Heart-Stopping Online Projects That Will Change How You See People Forever

    3 months ago

    Here is a roundup of eight amazing online projects that are each collecting photos and stories that are heart-pumping, inspirational, aspirational and life-changing.

  • 5

    Wealth Creation: Why You Need to Start Now

    3 months ago

    Many people believe wealth creation is only for the rich and is an impossible goal to attain. In fact, wealth creation is within the scope of any person, rich or poor, should they choose to begin on their journey young...

  • 4

    5 Things NOT To Say to a Hoarder

    22 months ago

    Unfortunately, many of the things that you might say to a hoarder in frustration are unhelpful and actually counterproductive. Here are five things that you should never say to a hoarder because it will likely make the...

  • 20

    7 Famous Fashion Designers Who Have Put Crochet on the Runway

    2 years ago

    Crochet, unlike knitting and many other types of crafts, is not something that can be replicated by a machine; crochet has to be done by hand. Because of that, most fashion designers don’t offer a lot of crochet...

  • 4

    10 Style Tips for Wearing Crochet with Contemporary Clothing

    2 years ago

    The trend doesn't seem to be going anywhere anytime soon, which is a really great thing because it's a handmade craft that you can DIY if you want to. But how can you make crochet look cool rather than frumpy, dowdy or...

  • 5

    Tips for Smart Collecting of Candlewick Glass

    2 years ago

    How do you know if you’re really getting Candlewick Glass or if you’re getting one of the knockoffs being created now that the glassware is getting more popular as a collectible item? This article provides...

  • 11

    Top 8 Ways to Season and Cook Vegetables without Butter or Oils

    2 years ago

    Fresh vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet. Unfortunately, many people ruin their nutritional value by slathering them with butter or dousing them in oils to fry them up. Here are eight different ways to...

  • 1

    5 Off-The-Beaten-Path Napa Valley Wineries

    2 years ago

    You want to visit Napa. You want to go wine tasting. But what you don’t want is to spend your time with all of the other tourists that are visiting Napa. So, what do you do? The off-the-beaten-path wineries and...

  • 3

    At 20, At 30: A Poem

    2 years ago

    At 20, At 30 is a poem about aging. It is written line by line, alternating between the experience of something at age 20 and how that has changed upon reaching age 30. And it ends with a look towards the future beyond...

  • 8

    Neither Here Nor There: A Poem

    2 years ago

    Neither Here Nor There is a poem that I’ve written to explain that feeling that adolescents often have of not fitting in anywhere and yet so desperately wanting to. I have tried to capture the memories of what it...

  • 1

    13 Free Crochet Patterns to Make Bags, Totes and Laptop Sleeves

    2 years ago

    One of my favorite things to make with yarn and a hook is a crochet bag. In fact, I’ve already compiled a list of 12 free crochet bag patterns here on HubPages. But there are so many great free patterns online to...

  • 2

    12 Free Crochet Patterns for Bags, Totes and Cozies

    2 years ago

    I love to crochet. I crochet garments and home décor items, blankets and accessories and even art that doesn’t have any other purpose than self-expression. But one thing that I’ve been focusing on a...

  • 33

    Can Crochet Help People with OCD?

    2 years ago

    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a serious mental health condition that can cause many problems for the people that suffer from it. It is a form of extreme anxiety that manifests itself in obsessive thoughts and...

  • 4

    10 Health Problems Helped by Crochet

    2 years ago

    Crochet is a very healing craft. The repetitive motion of moving a hook in and out through yarn is soothing, meditative and relaxing. This makes it a great craft for people who are suffering from a variety of mental...

  • 3

    The Mission Gardens of California

    2 years ago

    There are many different types of gardens in California today but the history of gardens in the state is rooted in the Mission style that was represented in the very first gardens in the state.

  • 21

    65 Creative, Crafty Blogs to Inspire and Inform you!

    2 years ago

    Blogs can be a great source of information and inspiration. A good blog provides a visual as well as text-based way to learn something new and get fresh ideas. Here are 65 great blogs that you’ll like if...

  • 9

    10 Cool Techniques that Put a Twist on Crochet

    2 years ago

    The world of crochet is a world of never-ending options for those who want to delve into all of the many different advanced crochet techniques that are available!

  • 8

    Octopus, Squid and Cuttlefish: 10 Weird, Fun Facts About Cephalopods

    2 years ago

    Cephalopods are a fascinating group of weird underwater creatures that are unfamiliar to most of us. After all, when was the last time that you looked closely at an octopus or a cuttlefish? Unless you’ve been to...

  • 9

    Renters Should Call Landlords for Plumbing Problems

    3 years ago

    There was a period of about a month last year when my kitchen sink wasn’t draining properly. It wasn’t totally clogged. It just drained super slowly. Because of this, I decided not to call the landlord right...

  • 8

    The Sad, Beautiful Story of Marilyn Monroe

    3 years ago

    Marilyn Monroe’s value will last as long as her mystique. As of now, that mystique is resurrected every year on the anniversary of her death. The answers to “what if” are only important to those who...

  • 7

    10 Innovative College Majors

    3 years ago

    There was a time, once upon a time not too long ago, when you went to college to study medicine, science, teaching, business, or law. Then, all sorts of changes started in the 80s. The change in academic focus and...

  • 5

    Scary Books for Adults to Read for Halloween

    3 years ago

    Scary books have been with us for centuries. They feed some craving in our psyche. Clearly, we like to be shocked and frightened. Monsters and ogres have populated world literature since people started to record their...

  • 11

    3 Cultures In Danger of Becoming Extinct in the U.S.

    22 months ago

    Since before its declaration of independence, the United States has been a haven for immigrants. Peoples have arrived with different colors, religions, and traditions behind them. In doing so, they have joined the...

  • 7

    Pros and Cons of Using the Internet to Find Medical Information

    3 years ago

    In some regions of the world, adequate medical care can be days away – if available at all. In rural parts of the United States, doctors and hospitals can be more than a day away – and adequate care even...

  • 12

    Stupid Laws in Every State

    3 years ago

    New Zealand, France, China, Germany, and the Scandinavian countries require parents to submit the name of their expected child for state approval. These governments feel a child parents should not pick a name that will...

  • 5

    Writing a Memoir: 5 Memoir Types

    2 years ago

    For the sake of this article, "diary" is a record of perceived experience - as melodramatically and secretively kept by an adolescent girl. Such work is rarely published with any success. And, the published...

  • 6

    Water Aerobics Exercises for Arthritic Patients

    22 months ago

    Water aerobics may be a more exacting exercise than "land" aerobics. The weight of water presses against movement to an isometric effect. For example, walking in water is 12 times more exacting than regular...

  • 11

    Were 1960's Offices Really Like Mad Men Shows?

    2 years ago

    Mad Men is a popular and much awarded television series. It takes place in the advertising world of Manhattan in the early 1960s. Setting aside the excellent scripts and acting, the office is filled with stunning...

  • 9

    8 Minor Seinfeld Characters You May Not Remember

    3 years ago

    Are you a huge Seinfeld nut? Do catchphrases like “No soup for you!” and “These pretzels are making me thirsty!” make you laugh regardless of any situation you are in? If so, you probably...

  • 4

    Top 8 1980's Wrestlers

    3 years ago

    Wrestling is one of the greatest pastimes for Americans and people all over the country. Up until the 1980s, however, wrestling was not as widespread as it is today. There were “territories” where certain...

  • 3

    Tips for Managing the Chronic Pain of Ankylosing Spondylitis

    3 years ago

    Ankylosing Spondylitis is an apparently genetic condition. Its only symptom is pain, and it has no cure. It is classed as a form of rheumatoid arthritis that affects the spine and joints in the pelvic and sacroiliac...

  • 6

    5 Smart Culinary Tricks That Will Turn You From a Home Cook Into a Great Chef

    3 years ago

    Chefs are often quick to point out that they are not cooks. They call themselves many things: artists, creators, innovators, even geniuses maybe - but not cooks. What's the big difference? Well, if you are thinking of...

  • 9

    What is Zumba? Is Zumba Right for You?

    3 years ago

    Zumba is a dance aerobics that blends Latin (specifically, Columbian) influences with other Latin musical styles. Is it samba or meringue? Does it sound like mambo or samba? Does it remind you of belly dance or...

  • 6

    Missoni Crochet Dress Makes a Statement

    3 years ago

    Missoni is a high end fashion brand that is best known for its terrific knitwear. However knitting isn’t the only fiber art that can be used to create beautiful clothing. Crochet is increasingly popular as a means...

  • 6

    UK Fashion: Topshop Crochet Dress

    3 years ago

    So you want to improve your wardrobe by adding a crochet dress to what you already own. You don’t want to crochet the dress yourself (because even crocheters can be intimidated by the work, time and detail that...

  • 10

    Long Crochet Dress vs. Mini Crochet Dress

    3 years ago

    If there is one item that has made a statement on the runways this season it is the crochet dress. Designer Christopher Kane came out with some stunning dresses for Fashion Week that incorporated high tech designs with...

  • 4

    The BCBG Crochet Dress

    3 years ago

    The crochet dress is a super hot item that every woman should have in her closet. It’s feminine. It’s sexy. It’s flirty. It’s fun. And most importantly it’s comfortable while still being...

  • 4

    Soulmates Bead Crochet Dress & Jacket

    3 years ago

    As someone who is in love with the art of crochet I am very excited to see that crochet has made a huge comeback recently in mainstream fashion. Crochet pieces have been all over the runways and are now making their way...

  • 7

    Crochet Baby Hats with Ear Flaps

    3 years ago

    Do you want to crochet baby hats? If you have already begun to browse through crochet baby hats patterns then you will have realized that there are many, many different styles of crochet baby hats. There are...

  • 3

    Crochet Baby Hats for Boys

    3 years ago

    Crochet baby hats are one of the most common items for crocheters to produce. Baby items are always nice because they are easy to work up, don’t require a lot of yarn and yet produce a great item that is wearable...

  • 4

    The Crochet Shrug is an Ideal First Project

    3 years ago

    What was the first thing that you ever crocheted? Most people started out crocheting just a chain and not going any further with it. Other people started by crocheting a simple square or rectangle. Rectangles can be...

  • 2

    Charities that Accept Crochet Donations

    2 years ago

    People who crochet don’t just crochet one or two items and then stop. True crocheters are constantly making something new. They eventually run out of room in their homes for their crochet creations. That’s...

  • 1

    Easy Crochet Scarves Make a Great Summer Craft Project

    3 years ago

    Crocheting is a terrific craft for people of all ages. Crochet is easy to learn. As long as you’re careful about budgeting crochet can be highly affordable. And crochet is something that produces a finished...

  • 1

    Best How to Crochet Video Makers on YouTube

    3 years ago

    Do you want to learn how to crochet? There are many different options available to you if you do. You could take a local class in Crochet 101. You could get some books out of the library and follow the instructions. You...

  • 50

    What Happened to Magic Crochet Magazine?

    2 years ago

    Crocheters who want to get inspiration, ideas and patterns for their work frequently turn to crochet magazines as a terrific resource for such information. If you go online to search for good crochet magazines you will...

  • 1

    Crochet Curtains Can Work in any Home

    3 years ago

    Crochet is a vintage handicraft that has made a recent resurgence into the market in both home décor and fashion. As a result, crochet is something that can work with many different styles from vintage chic...

  • 1

    How to Crochet a Beanie

    3 years ago

    Do you want to crochet something wearable, functional and fun even though you don’t have a lot of crochet experience yet? One of the easiest wearable items that you can crochet is a hat. Of course, there are a lot...

  • 3

    Guide to Crochet Baby Booties

    22 months ago

    Crochet baby booties are one of the cutest handmade products! All baby booties are pretty cute, of course, but there’s just something really special about the work and care that goes into the handcrafting of...

  • 4

    Crochet Magazines from Around the World

    2 years ago

    Do you crochet? If so then you are probably always looking for new patterns, news about crochet and inspiration for your own designs. There are many resources for that but one of the ones that is sometimes overlooked is...

  • 7

    How to Crochet a Scarf without a Pattern

    3 years ago

    If you do a search engine search for “how to crochet a scarf” what you will find is a lot of different crochet scarf patterns. These are definitely useful since most people start crocheting scarves based on...

  • 22

    How to Crochet an Easy Crochet Baby Blanket

    2 years ago

    People who like to crochet (or who want to learn) often have in mind that they want to learn how to crochet a baby blanket. There are a lot of great reasons to do so. There are also a lot of little tips for making...

  • 1

    Guide to Finding Crochet Sweater Patterns

    2 years ago

    When you first start to crochet chances are that you’re going to make a crochet scarf or some other simple rectangular patterned item. Eventually, though, you are going to want to expand into more complex crochet...

  • 5

    Guide to Crochet Baby Hats

    2 years ago

    Crochet baby hats are terrific to make as well as to give as gifts. It doesn’t take a lot of time to crochet a baby hat and yet it’s a handmade gift that will be treasured and appreciated by the parent who...

  • 12

    10 Home Décor Ideas for People who Pray or Meditate

    3 years ago

    People who pray or meditate often find that it is important to be able to do so on a daily basis. Although it’s great to go to church, temple or the local yoga studio on a regular basis, it is also important...

  • 1

    What to do with a Cupola on your Home

    3 years ago

    The cupola isn’t a common architectural feature that you see on homes today. However, it is something that you see now and then. In fact, many people look for cupolas when choosing their home because they are...

  • 1

    10 Great Examples of Bold Yellow Furniture

    22 months ago

    I have a round purple sofa in my living room. Many people say that this is a bold design choice. Indeed, it's a bolder color and shape than what the average person has in his or her home. But considering that I get most...

  • 6

    8 Richest People That Don’t Make Political Contributions

    3 years ago

    The majority of the richest people in America make political donations. Some donate to Republican candidates, others to Democrats and many to a mixture of both. However, there are some people who are among the...

  • 27

    10 Best and Worst States to Live In if You Want to Be Happy

    3 years ago

    A new report has been released that measures the average amount of happiness that people experience and then ranks the fifty states based on how happy people living there are. (The link to the report is in the links at...

  • 7

    Taking it All Off! 18 Famous Streakers.

    3 years ago

    I recently came across an article on Nerve titled The Ten Most Important Moments in Streaking History. I’ve never wanted to run naked anywhere and honestly hadn’t thought about streaking much before...

  • 16

    12 Foods to Cook in Your Coffeepot

    22 months ago

    Did you know that your coffee pot can be used in a pinch to prepare all sorts of different meals from Ramen noodle soup to a plate filled with broccoli? If you live in a studio without a full kitchen or in a home with a...

  • 2

    12 Ways Women Make Their Legs Look Better

    3 years ago

    I recently sprained my ankle and while there are some good things about a sprained ankle, it’s mostly annoying and frustrating and painful. One of the things that is frustrating me is that I can’t shave my...

  • 3

    10 Positive Things About Having a Sprained Ankle

    3 years ago

    I recently sprained my ankle for the first time in my life. Although I had seen other people with sprained ankles and knew that they looked painful and uncomfortable, I really had no idea just how difficult it is to...

  • 9

    5 Tips for the 21st Century Resume

    21 months ago

    A resume is a resume right? Although the number and type of jobs that your parents held may differ from your own, the format and style of your resume should look about the same as theirs. At least that’s what most...

  • 2

    10 Resume-Boosting Actions You Can Take Today

    3 years ago

    Being unemployed is frustrating. (Don’t believe that for some reason? Check out the dozens of comments posted from frustrated jobseekers on my two-year-old article about things to do if you can’t find a...

  • 21

    10 Different Types of Jellyfish

    3 years ago

    You certainly know what a jellyfish is. But did you know that there are different types of jellyfish? In fact, there are more than 2000 different species of jellyfish according to Smithsonian Magazine. Here are ten...

  • 8

    10 Cities with Co-Working Spaces

    3 years ago

    More and more people are working from home. Some own their own businesses. Some are independent contractors that freelance for a variety of clients. Some telecommute to a specific employer. What all of these people have...

  • 3

    What is a Semelier? (Hint, it has to do with Gourmet Salt)

    3 years ago

    A sommelier is someone who works at a restaurant in the position of advising people what type of wine will go best with their meal. But what is a semelier? It is a similar position except instead of advising about wine,...

  • 10

    Where to Get Futuristic Materials for Arts, Crafts and Design

    3 years ago

    Every once in awhile I get a brilliant idea of something futuristic that I would like to create. For example, I crochet and sometimes I think about crocheting futuristic clothing using scent technology. I never take...

  • 3

    Succulents Can Add Succulence to your Life

    3 years ago

    My favorite plants on the planet are succulents. This is due in part to the fact that they are the only plants that I can consistently keep alive given my brown thumb! It’s probably also due in part to the fact...

  • 4

    10 Different Ways to Incorporate Magenta into your Home Décor

    3 years ago

    Magenta is a really bold color. It’s bright and dramatic. It’s a fun color that adds a lot of pep and bounce to a space. It’s also a lot more versatile than many people think. It can be used for floral...

  • 4

    7 Great Examples of Sunburst Mirrors in the Home

    3 years ago

    If you have ever walked into a room that had a sunburst shaped mirror hanging on it then you probably haven’t forgotten it. The sunburst mirror is a powerful shape that really makes a statement in any room. If you...

  • 0

    Guide to Shantung Fabric in the Home

    3 years ago

    Do you know how many different fabric options you have when it comes to decorating your home? I recently wrote on article on ten top textiles for home design and that list just barely covers the tip of the iceberg. Each...

  • 2

    What is Matelasse? How to Use Matelasse in Home Décor

    3 years ago

    I recently wrote an article covering the topic of ten different textiles that are commonly used in home décor. Of all of the different materials that were discussed in this article, the one that people have asked...

  • 7

    10 Examples of Using Gingham in Home Design

    3 years ago

    What are your favorite textiles to use in the home? One of the home textiles that I love is gingham. It's tough to get gingham right in home decorating. If you over-do it, your house ends up looking like a country...

  • 2

    How to Decorate your Home with Chintz Fabric

    3 years ago

    Chintz fabric is a lightweight printed cotton fabric that is decorated with a brightly colored repeating design. It is a common fabric for people to use when decorating their homes. It is especially common as a seasonal...

  • 0

    Using Chenille in Home Design

    3 years ago

    I recently wrote an article here on HubPages about ten terrific textiles that are regularly used in home design. One of those textiles was chenille, a great fabric home décor item that is worthy of a hub all its...

  • 3

    11 Examples of Damask Décor in the Home

    22 months ago

    Not too long ago I wrote an article here on HubPages about ten terrific textiles that I think are great to use in the home. One of those textiles was damask. It's a great item that I have seen popping up all over design...

  • 6

    10 Tips for Decorating your Home with Vintage Posters

    3 years ago

    When you think about putting up posters in your home, you probably think of celebrity heartthrobs on the bedroom walls of teenagers. However, posters can be super classy in even the chicest of adult homes. There are...

  • 4

    10 Simple Tips for Making your Porch Swing Perfect

    3 years ago

    I would love to have a porch swing. Heck, I’d love to have a real porch instead of the tiny baby balcony that I’ve currently got! A porch swing might not be in my immediate future but a gal can dream,...

  • 2

    11 Residential Roof Shapes: Do You Know These Roofs?

    3 years ago

    What is the shape of the roof on your home? Chances are that it has a formal name even though you might not know what it is. Here is a look at 11 common residential roof shapes. ...

  • 6

    8 Tips for People Who Love Round Sofas

    22 months ago

    I am a huge fan of circular sofas. When I moved into my new apartment last year, I finally got rid of the trashed out sofa and loveseat I’d had for way too many years and invested in the round sofa that I really...

  • 1

    10 Tips for Bringing a Pool Table into your Home

    3 years ago

    A pool table can be a really terrific addition to your home. It is a great item that can really bring the family together around a regular, fun activity. Instead of going out, teenage kids will want to have...

  • 6

    10 Steps to Making your Mudroom Perfect

    3 years ago

    During the months when the world is wet and muddy, you may begin to wish that you had a mudroom. This is a room in the house (or even just a section of a room) that serves as a connection between the messy outside world...

  • 3

    10 Words Crocheters Use That You Might Not Know

    2 years ago

    I recently started a crochet blog. It combines my love of blogging with my passion for crochet. As a result of working on this blog, I’ve come to see that crochet has a language all its own. I’m not...

  • 16

    Every State is Best at Something: What’s Your State Known For?

    3 years ago

    Yesterday I posted an article here on HubPages about how every state in the nation ranks worst at something. But why be negative? A blog called Political Language did a post about what each state ranks highest for or is...

  • 14

    Every State Ranks Worst in Something: What’s Your State Guilty Of?

    3 years ago

    I recently came across an infographic called The United States of Shame. It shows all fifty states based on what they are ranked worst in compared to all other states. That’s right; every single state ranks last...

  • 7

    20 Tips for Saving Money on Crochet

    2 years ago

    Crochet is one of those crafts that can be really inexpensive if you’re smart about your crafting. It can also be really expensive if you’re not careful. I know that I can easily spend a lot of money just on...

  • 5

    Categories to Include when Creating a College Student Budget

    3 years ago

    It is important for everyone to create a budget. When you create a budget, what you’re doing is looking at your income and expenses. You use the budget to find ways to reduce your spending and/or increase your...

  • 4

    10 Tips for Making Paisley Pretty in Your Home

    3 years ago

    Paisley is a really powerful shape. It can be used in home design but when it is it makes a definite and bold impact on the space. Not everyone is quite sure how to pull that off. Are you a little bit intimidated by the...

  • 4

    Ultimate Guide to Granny Chic Home Décor

    3 years ago

    Periodically over the past few years I’ve seen blog posts and media references to a home décor movement called Granny Chic. It’s not something that’s been widely adopted as a movement, probably...

  • 5

    5 Sites to Help You Get Celebrity Styles for Less

    3 years ago

    There are many different ways that you can cut down on fashion costs. Shopping at thrift stores and crafting my own accessories are two of my favorite options. It helps, though, that I don’t particularly...

  • 3

    Top 10 Banks for Home Mortgage Loans

    3 years ago

    Which bank should you select if you are interested in getting a home mortgage loan this year? The answer depends on many factors including your own personal credit, where you’re already banking and what type of...

  • 7

    How to Use a Simple Spreadsheet to Keep Track of Credit Cards

    3 years ago

    Many of us have more than one credit card to our names. It’s best to limit the number of credit cards that you use but that’s a story for another time. For now, let’s talk about how you can keep track...

  • 5

    How to Choose the Right Term Length for a Car Loan

    3 years ago

    There are many factors to take into consideration when you are applying to get a new car loan. One of the most important factors to think about, although many people don’t pay it a lot of attention, is the term...

  • 4

    Don’t Want to Pay Back Student Loans? Go Into Public Service

    17 months ago

    A few lucky students enter college knowing exactly what they want to do when they graduate. Most of us, however, take a murkier and more winding path through our college careers. During that time we may accrue...

  • 2

    Pros and Cons of Accepting a Structured Settlement from a Lawsuit

    3 years ago

    If you are ever involved in a lawsuit where you settle for a sum of money then you may be given the option of accepting a structured settlement. This means that you agree not to get your payment in one lump sum at the...

  • 2

    Crochet Gone Crazy: 5 Examples of Extreme Crochet

    3 years ago

    I only learned to crochet a little bit more than a year ago. Even in that short amount of time, I’ve gotten a little bit of crazy with my crochet. I’ve sought out yarn in international destinations....

  • 3

    5 Key Components of Being Financially Literate

    3 years ago

    Financial literacy is a goal that all of us should have. It means that we understand our money. Many people choose to be ignorant about their own personal finances as well as about financial issues in...

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    Traveler Tip: Whether or Not To Flush Toilet Paper in 10 Different Destinations

    3 years ago

    There is a really fascinating website online that is surprisingly useful for people who are traveling to foreign countries. It’s called Where Do I Put the Paper: A Handy Guide to the World’s Toilets. ...

  • 10

    15 Most Expensive Luxury Toilets

    3 years ago

    A toilet isn’t something that most of us would spend a lot of money on. The main thing that we’re concerned about is that it works properly. But that doesn’t mean that there aren’t some people in...

  • 8

    10 Foods to Eat in Buenos Aires, Argentina with Some Tips on Dining

    3 years ago

    You are visiting Buenos Aires. If you’re a smart traveler then you want to eat the foods that are best in this area. What should you dine on during your stay? Here are ten suggestions for the best food and drink...

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    5 Best Day Trips from Buenos Aires

    3 years ago

    San Antonio de Areco San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina This is a popular place to visit an estancia near Buenos Aires. Iguazu Falls Puerto Iguazú, Misiones, Argentina Colonia del Sacramento,...

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    7 Things to Do with the Christmas Gifts You Don’t Want

    3 years ago

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    The 3 Basic Types of Casino Games To Know Before you go to Vegas

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    5 Best San Francisco Bars for Couples

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    What Happened to Hip Hop Artist Rainman?

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    10 Best San Francisco Spots to Take (or Find) Your Daddy

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    6 San Francisco Bars Where You Can Act Like a Pirate

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    Sutro Baths and Cliff House, San Francisco, California

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    Gay-Friendly Hotels in Rio de Janeiro

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    The Fascinating History of San Francisco’s Haunted Donaldina Cameron House

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    10 Breathtaking Stairway Walks on the Streets in San Francisco, CA

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    10 Cool Historic Buildings in Downtown Tucson

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    5 Fun American-Themed Bars in San Francisco

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    5 Great Beer Garden Bars in and around San Francisco

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    Best San Francisco Bars for Rum Lovers

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    12 Common Types of Massage Therapy

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    17 Unique and Interesting Types of Massage Therapy

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    20 Lighting Tips for Your Home Lighting

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    List of 10 Different Types of Meditation to Try

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    Feelings of Denial When a Relationship You're In Ends

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    4 Interesting Natural Materials Used in Green Home Building

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    How Horoscopes and Birth Order May Affect your Dating Personality

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    5 Great San Francisco (SF) Bars to Play Trivia Night in

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    6 Best Awesome Sangria Bars In San Francisco

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    Three Famous Race Horses in the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame

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    7 Barbie-Themed Hotel Rooms for the Eclectic Girly Traveler

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    Pros and Cons of Wii, Playstation Move and Kinect Game Consoles

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    25 Creative, Useful Things You Can Do With Vinegar Around Your Home

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    10 Must-Have Accessories to Use a Laptop Full-Time

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    Pros and Cons of High-End Shopping with Gilt Groupe

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    7 Amazing Lavender Dessert Recipes

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    3 Ways for how to Make Garlic Ice Cream at Home

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    Top 5 Recipes for Making Mascarpone Cheese

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    5 Variations on the Simple Olive Oil and Vinegar Salad Dressing

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    3 Cookie Recipes that Make Great Snacks for the Hiking Trail

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    How to Make Delicious Varieties of Samosas

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    10 Great Breakfast Recipes for People Who Love Chocolate

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    Recipe for Sauteed Peaches: Great With Crepes, Pancakes and Waffles!

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    How to Make the Best Breakfast Biscuits Ever

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    20 Grilling Times for Cooking with your George Foreman Grill

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    Do's and Don'ts of Using Your George Foreman Grill

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    The Right Temperatures for BBQ Grilling a Steak: Rare, Medium and Well-Done

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    The Art of Cedar Plank Grilling a Fish

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    How to Grill Fish Perfectly Without Letting it Flake

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    Tips for Cooking Barley to Make it Just a Little Bit Better

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    Basic Guide to Cooking Perfect Brown Rice

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    11 Tips and Ideas for Cooking Edamame

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    How to Broil Beans (Yes Broil, Not Boil!) Including Broiled Green Beans

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    4 Techniques for Soaking Dried Beans Before Cooking Them

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    Proper Storage for How to Store 7 of your Favorite Condiments

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    7 Flavors of Ketchup to Spice up Your Recipes

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    10 Tips for Storing Olive Oil (and Other Cooking Oils)

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    6 Main Types of Vinegar for Cooking

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    7 Flavored Olive Oil Options and What They Go Best With

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    5 "How To" Tips for Storing Tomatoes to Maintain their Flavor and Nutritional Value

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    The Difference Between Different Pineapple Types and Pineapple Styles

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    5 Popular Cuts of Pork

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    Shopping for Fish: Whole Round vs. Dressed vs. Steaks and Fillets

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    10 How To Tips for Selecting Shrimp at the Grocery Store

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    5 Health Benefits of Different Types of White Fish

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    How to Store Dried Herbs to Make them Last Longer

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    10 Tips for Selecting the Best Fresh Herbs at the Supermarket

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    5 Health Benefits of Vanilla Extract

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    Tips and Measurements for Substituting Dried and Fresh Herbs in Recipes

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    Top 10 How To Tips For Selecting Cheese Types for a Dinner Party Tray

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    Cheese is Good for You! 9 Health Benefits of Cheese

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    One Dozen Greek Cheeses that Aren't Feta

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    5 Substitute or Replacement Options for Feta Cheese

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    10 Unique Types of Australian Rice

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    20 Health Benefits of Brown Rice

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    5 Types of Aromatic Rice

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    10 Differences Between Brown Rice and White Rice

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    3 Classifications for Rice Length: Long, Medium and Short Grain

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    20 Disgusting Eating Contest Records That May Make You Never Want to Eat Again

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    10 Stunning Works of Art from Favorite Artist Joana Vasconcelos

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    15 Huge Volcanic Eruptions Across History

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    10 Interesting Facts to Know About Volcanoes

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    15 Things for Gay Travelers to Know About London

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    List of the Top 10 Deadliest Jobs in the United States

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    Taking Your Infant on the Plane

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    Guide to Tax Deductions for Business Travel Expenses

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    Tips for Understanding Nutrition Labels

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    10 Summer Nutrition Tips

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    5 Amazing Green Buildings by Eco-Architect Michael Jantzen

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    Different Kinds of Minerals: Macrominerals vs. Trace Minerals

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    7 Types of Antioxidant-Rich Foods

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    Pros and Cons of 5 Popular Weight Loss Supplements

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    6 Popular Supplements that are Bad for High Blood Pressure

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    10 Reasons Men Can and Should Try Pilates

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