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Hacking into your kid’s phone or internet activity is as easy as a click of a button. Did you know child predators could potentially hack some of your child’s technology gadgets or even their TOYS just as easily? Today’s kids are more vulnerable than ever. Discover how VPN’s (Virtual Private Networks), — affordable technology that can help protect anyone surfing the Internet…you, your child and loved ones, wherever they are. From Cyber Space to the big stage…The Balancing Act goes to off-Broadway…where we meet Dorothy, The Wicked Witch, and iconic characters from the 1939 classic film. Enjoy the modern day musical version of the Wizard of Oz…where host Amber Milt clicks her heels to arrive in Baltimore for a journey to Oz like no other! From shoes to to migraines…did you know a migraine is not just another headache?…it can literally shut a person down. And finally: find out how college kids are eating healthy. Just say Greens, please!

The work-life balance really is possible. You really can determine how much you earn and work on your own schedule. Watch a day in the life of PartyLite consultant, the original social selling business. Once you have that successful business up and running, make sure you’re making the right financial decisions. John Alexander and David […]

Tilapia Tips - The Balancing Act

The USDA recommends eating two servings of fish twice a week, and the perfect sea-dweller to satisfy those suggestions is tilapia! Tilapia is a mild, affordable fish that is low in calories, packs a whopping 21 grams of protein in a 4 oz. fillet and only has 1.5 grams of fat. Looking to please the […]

PartyLite is the world’s largest direct seller of candles and accessories. All of their fragrances are uniquely blended by the finest perfumers for PartyLite. PartyLite fragrances are blended to be combined to create new scents. You can go into business for yourself with PartyLite, becoming able to determining much you earn by how many parties […]

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