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How to have more fun and challenge yourself with your fidget spinner

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How to have more fun and challenge yourself with your fidget spinner

OK, so everyone has been using their fidget spinners in the traditional way. Holding the spinner in the hand between the fingers and flicking a finger to make it spin in the hand has been mastered (over and over again). There's got to be more ways to enjoy the hand spinner. Let's see some ideas for how to get more fun from your spinner. On one finger Let's start with a simple fidget spinner "exercise." Try balancing the fidget spinner on the tip of your index finger. Just balance it but don't spin it yet. Get used to the weight...

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How to really show your patriotism this 4th of July

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How to really show your patriotism this 4th of July

If you are attending any number of 4th of July events this year it is easy to show your patriotism is a variety of ways. Whether it is a neighborhood cookout, a fireworks show or an Independence Day parade, why not show up in good old red, white and blue. There's tons of 4th of July accessories and novelties to choose from. Here's some ideas to help you display your patriotic side.  Show it bravely You can bring small hand held American flags with you to most any Independence day events (light up American flags are even better). Tie a...

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You did it! Tips for celebrating the graduate

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You did it! Tips for celebrating the graduate

It's that time of year again - the end of the school year. Almost everyone knows a family member or friend that is about to graduate. Whether it is moving from grade school to middle school, high school to college or from college to the working world, every graduate, no matter what their age, deserves to be congratulated and celebrated. There are lots of graduation items to help celebrate. Here's a few tips on how to make your graduate feel special at any age. For the youngsters Even little kids feel a sense of accomplishment when they move up grades...

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Inspiring things to put in Easter eggs this year

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Inspiring things to put in Easter eggs this year

If you want to get uniquely creative this year for your Easter baskets, then read on. Besides chocolate bunnies and robin's egg candy, there are lots of things you can use to stuff those plastic Easter eggs for your one-of-a kind Easter egg hunt. Let your imagination be your guide. If it's a small group, and you know the participants, then you'll know their interests and hobbies. Personalized items within the Easter eggs make the hunt that much more fun, and later will make the "reveal" that much more enjoyable for each person. 1. Get some plastic eggs to fill...

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How to really wig out at Mardi Gras

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How to really wig out at Mardi Gras

Everyone knows that Mardi Gras is a crazy fun time. There are outrageous parades with participants throwing beaded necklaces, dress up balls, drinking parties and all things wild and nutty. One thing is for sure, out of this world outfits, costumes and accessories make Mardi Gras a non stop party. Nearly all the participants are dressed to impress - at the very least with bazaar and eccentric costumes. The easiest way to join in on the fun is to don a wig, but not your typical grandma's wig. It doesn't even have to technically be a hair wig. There are...

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