1) Post a picture. No excuses!
2) A high-resolution (300 dpi or more) photo is necessary. It is important for folks to see who they are talking to online (ironic, right!?!)
3) Do not post more than three photos of yourself. Having 89 is a little much. (True story)
4) It is not a good idea to add pics with the opposite sex. No one cares that you are related.
5) Include photos that are no more than a year old. Do I really need to say why!?!
6) It is nice to see a full body shot as well as a headshot. It adds to the appeal.
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Friday, March 25, 2011
Monday, March 14, 2011
Today is National Potato Chip Day! Below are five ways to help you celebrate. Bon Appétit!
1) Buy a bag of your favorite potato chips. I grew up eating Seyfert's so I am bias. However, I love Lay’s Barbeque Chips.
2) Make a dip to go along with your chips. I enjoy ranch or French onion dips. When I want to keep it simple, I melt 4oz of cream cheese in the microwave and dip away.
3) Throw back celebration: Eat plain potato chips with hot sauce – Frank's RedHot Sauce of course.
4) Learn the history of the potato by watching, Modern Marvels: “The Potato,” on The History Channel - a great documentary.
5) Sample a potato chip that you have been meaning to try. Don't forget to share some with your family and friends.
What's your favorite potato chip?
Monday, March 7, 2011
My new book, "Mama Don't Like Ugly," comes out March 31, 2011. Pre-order your copy on Amazon; it is on sale. Simply click on the title to read the product description and to place your order. While there, select "Like" to share with your friends on Facebook. Thank you for your support in advance.
Enjoy your Monday!
Enjoy your Monday!
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
To help you celebrate National Pancake Day, the International House of Pancakes (IHOP) is giving away free flapjacks on March 1. The offer is good from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m., so arrive early. While there, consider donating to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals or other local charities to show your appreciation.
If you cannot attend, celebrate the old fashion way – at home with the family. Serve pancakes for dinner. Heck, get out the chocolate chips, bananas, and the cookie cutters and go-to-town. Whatever you decide to do, enjoy yourself! Bon Appétit!
What is your favorite pancake topping?