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The world-wide web is a vast universe full of these.

In the spirit of Sharing is Caring, I share my finds with you all.

Check them out.

Hopefully you’ll find, that these are:


Vintage is the word for our times. Everything vintage is hot now. If you are a Vintage Poster lover, freevintageposters.com is the site for you!

While these posters might be found by searching the web, the people from this site have gathered the images and classified them into different categories to make your searches faster and easier.

You can not only search for the images but you also get to download the posters in high resolution. Definitely a Good Find!

Parents and the internet. It’s a love and hate relationship!

This post, reminded me of those funny chain letters you used to get back in the days when people spent a lot of time reading chain letters on email. 😀 Remember those days? ha ha ha We all read them! Don’t be ashamed to admit it!

Anyway, there are some real valid points in this one, and I know that when you read it, you’ll think they are talking about your parents.

Moms and Dads of the world, don’t get mad but you really need to know these things in these days and time.

 Everyone wants to know the Secrets for a Happy Life! In this post, Katherine shares her 12 Secrets for a Happy life.

You might say it’s satirical and irreverent but it’s a fun read and she makes a good point.

Read it and be happy! 🙂

The Twilight Saga by Stephanie Meyers. Who hasn’t heard of or read those books? (But if you still haven’t, don’t be afraid, get The Twilight Saga here.)

Much has been said about these books. It’s an original story. Some hate it, some worship it. Some have even figured out a way to make money out of it (ehem, yes I’m talking to you E.L. James).

Love it or hate it, I think you’ll be surprised to read B. McKenzie’s post about the poor editing in those books. You’d think for a book belonging to a millionaire franchise, the quality would be better, but as you see in this post, Twilight is not Perfect and despite the millions of dollars it has made all around the world, it desperately needs a better editor.

After reading this post: The Identity Scorecard by Tara Hunt, I didn’t feel alone in this world.

She makes a clear point on how the different social media options out there make it difficult for you to keep up with your identity. Social media should make your life easy, but it sometimes gets to be too complicated, specially when you want to keep your work stuff and personal stuff out of each other’s way.

This is something internet companies don’t really understand or respect. Not everything I do online says something about who I am…

Well Said! Definitely a Good Read.