Brandy Ellen Writes

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How To Make Your Pup Part Of Your Family

How To Make Your Pup Part Of Your Family

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed and get social with me on Facebook and Twitter. Peek at my Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube. Check out my online resume here: LinkedIN. When you get a new puppy, it can be a little overwhelming, particularly if you’ve never owned a dog before. It’s a huge amount of responsibility – but it’s also going to provide you with a huge amount of love and joy! Here are some tips to help your new puppy settle in… Image source Keep Your Pup Healthy First of all, you need

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How to Become a Marketing God

How to Become a Marketing God

Has it ever happened to you that you pass a business by and you understand that you have never used the services of the business, have never been inside but yet you feel like this is an excellent business? Well, my dear, than you are a victim of good marketing. And this is not a bad thing. You should maybe pay attention to this business and see what they do to create such an impression. Marketing is not hard, but it does require some knowledge of what works and what doesn’t. Luckily for you, you don’t need to follow marketing

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Perhaps Love is a Commitment of Two People Who Grow Together

Perhaps Love is a Commitment of Two People Who Grow Together

Ask anyone who has been married for many years and they will tell you that they had their challenges. No marriage or relationship lasts the long haul on sunshine and rainbows. Sure, this is coming from someone who could barely hold a relationship together for much longer than a few years, never mind a century but perhaps my short term relationships and divorce taught me some valuable lessons to be a better partner for the one later in life. There are some things I have learned from talking with my late Great Grandmother and others who have been married for

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The Barn Restaurant and Tavern in Vermont

The Barn Restaurant and Tavern in Vermont

During our weekend road trips we end up traveling along various routes in Vermont. Often times we have no idea where we are except the route or town based upon a sign we pass. On this fine road trip we actually started to get a little hungry. Finally finding a location where cell service was reasonable to search restaurants nearby we happened upon The Barn Restaurant and Tavern in Pawlet, VT. We looked at their menu options and pricing via the internet and decided to give it a try.   Upon entering The Barn Restaurant and Tavern in Pawlet, VT

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6 Simple ways to Increase your Instagram following

6 Simple ways to Increase your Instagram following

Instagram followers have become one of the most important features to distinguish a good product or blog from a bad one. This is an amazing marketing tool, which has been used by many for business purposes as well as for personal reasons. Having a big following has become a reason for pride and has created a constant need of creating new content of “Instagram worthy” images. If your business or your blog needs that extra boost, keep reading to learn of quick and easy ways to boost your Instagram following: Be Relentless — Find some Instagram users in your target

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Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff: Parenting Pointers That Don’t Come From a Manual

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff: Parenting Pointers That Don’t Come From a Manual

With almost 400,000 babies being born each year in Canada alone, that makes a lot of new parents! Whilst there are a huge array of ‘how-to’ books and manuals out there for first-time parents, they all come with one major flaw – every single baby is different! Following a standard manual is great but, if your baby isn’t responding in the way the manual tells you they should, you run the risk of becoming paranoid that there’s something wrong with your parenting when it’s highly likely there’s nothing wrong at all. Gaining raw, real-life advice and tips is crucial to

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5 Things to Never Say to a Work at Home Pro

5 Things to Never Say to a Work at Home Pro

Most of my online connections are work from home professionals. I know graphic designers, web developers, bloggers, public speakers and the list could go on and on. It’s amazing to think of the diverse group of entrepreneurs I have been connected to over the last eight years. While I may be connected with a lot of work from home professionals there are people who still work for an employer and often will or have said things to me over the years that could have diminished my drive to succeed. 5 Things Never to say to a Work at Home Pro

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Tiny Tantrums – Why Your Dog Isn’t Happy

Tiny Tantrums – Why Your Dog Isn’t Happy

Some people think animals don’t have true emotions of reasoned moods and behavior. The science has shown this is 100% untrue, especially for smarter animals and dogs are definitely smarter animals. If they’re less active than usual, overeating, less excited about the things they used to love, being restless, anxious or destructive of property, it might be a sign your dog isn’t happy. Why might that be the case? Link to Image They’re not feeling well If low energy is the biggest part of their problem, the case might be that they’re dealing with some illness. Infectious diseases, fevers, parasites

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Why I don’t See you as Competition

Why I don’t See you as Competition

There is a lot of fuss on the internet among a community that once was flourishing with supportive people who helped each other out. There wasn’t this mentality that you couldn’t help another like-minded blogger out because it would take away from your income. There wasn’t the negativity of putting down others for doing things their own way. We all came together, supported each other and now look at us who have been blogging for 8 plus years … they are all making a good living with their blogs. I firmly believe that there is a place for competition but

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