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5 Things In Your Home That Are More Valuable Than You Think

5 Things In Your Home That Are More Valuable Than You Think

The average family has about $ 10,000 worth of unused items in their home, says Cari Cucksey, host of HGTV's Cash and Cari. She and a few other experts reveal what to look out for. By Candace Braun Davison Women - The Huffington Post
Q&A: Do you think that a week vacation in Walt Disney World with just me & my 3 year old son would be a good idea?

Q&A: Do you think that a week vacation in Walt Disney World with just me & my 3 year old son would be a good idea?

Question by Feelin' Lucky: Do you think that a week vacation in Walt Disney World with just me & my 3 year old son would be a good idea? Our birthdays are 3 days apart in March. I was planning in going 3/17/2014-3/23/2014. We've Both never been so I think it would be a nice gift for both of us. Do u think it would be just as fun for the 2 of us or should I bring my friend nd her son nd my mom since they wanna go too? Best answer: Answer by CarolineI think you should bring the others. When my daughter was younger I traveled alone with her but always always always had a better time when there was at least one other adult and ideally another kid. It'll be nice for your son to have a playmate and it'll be nice for you to have…

What do you think…?

Question by John Halpin: What do you think...? I am getting this as a promise ring/ christmas gift for my gf. We are both 18 and have been going out for a while. I heard that a promise ring shouldn't take away form an engagment ring. Does this? Is it too much? Too gawdy? Thanks! Best answer: Answer by Anna Cits not an engagement ring it just means that you will always love eachother Add your own answer in the comments!

Which do you think is more important: honesty or making someone feel better?

Question by : Which do you think is more important: honesty or making someone feel better? Sometimes I answer questions in Diet & Fitness, and occasionally someone asks if they're fat and either posts a picture or gives measurements. A lot of times the person is obviously overweight. Not just chubby or in need of toning themselves or anything - like, they're actually fat. And yet I'll look through the answers, and people are all, "No, you're skinny! Don't be anorexic!" and all that, obviously intended to make the person feel better, and to give them the compliments they may or may not have been fishing for. And this isn't just about weight - I get the feeling that people are less than honest a lot of the time, for the sake of not making someone feel bad. And it makes me wonder how often I ask someone something and…