Day To Day Adventures

All work and no play makes Avery a dull boy! Check out recently checked off items from my Bucket List. Some are little things and others are massive but no matter what they are its always a fun read.

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In The Spotlight

Everyone has things they absolutely love, and I have a lot of them. Check out In The Spot Light for the latests in reviews, featured bloggers, cool pins from Pinterest and other things I felt that absolutely everyone should know about!

Have something you think is worthy of the spotlight, drop me a line today!

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A Natural World

Spring has arrived and that means its a great time to be outside. Check out these awesome posts for tips and educational activities to take advantage of this wonderful time of year.

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Bits & Bytes

Feeling nerdy? Look no further, find new posts on tec related topics!

For the new or experienced bloggers you will find content about SEO, the latest tips & tricks, social media integration and even content ideas.

For the mac geeks out there we have you covered with detailed how to's for Yosemite.

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Flavor Favorites

From my kitchen to yours, a good meal can change your outlook on the entire day! Check out these recipes from The Chipka House Kitchen!

New Recipes are posted all the time, just in time for you to enjoy in the coming week!

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The Bradbury Building in LA

Los Angeles has a number of hidden treasures and the Bradbury Building on South Broadway is one of them. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and designated as a National Historic Landmark, this building is a must stop during a visit to the LA area. From the outside it may not look like much but the treasure of this building is immediately visible when you walk through the doors.

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Dinner at The Fort, Morrison CO

Off the beaten path in Morrison CO you will find a one of a find dinning experience, at The Fort! Not only is the food here amazing but it’s also on the National Register of Historic Places! According to the Historian for the National Park Service, Linda McClelland, “This two-story Pueblo Revival building is exceptionally important at the state level of significance for its rendition of traditional adobe construction and an architectural form that not only reflects Colorado’s rich heritage but is built according to the original 19th century plans for the construction of Bent’s Fort…”

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Chores are not punishment they are preparing youth for life.

Preparing your Children for Hard Times

It wasn’t many years ago that youth were raised differently then they are today in the average home. Children were raised to be a functional part of the home, the didn’t have endless supplies of toys, and ate little to no processed foods. Since 1950 the percentage of people living in urban areas has increased from 30% to 82%. That means that 82% of the youth of America are likely no longer learning essential life skills to survive without supplied services and without a grocery store providing the food they consume. In less than two generations the way youth are raised has completely changed. In non-urban environments there is so much to be done that children learn to be a functional and independent part of the home as soon as they are physical able. Fun is interacting with your family, you learn about animals by caring for them and children play with others through games of wit and physical dexterity. Personally I blame the urbanization of our youth for the majority of the problems our society is facing. Youth are being raised in a world where they have lost a connection with the nature world.  

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Visiting the Home of Albert Einstein

The Home of Albert Einstein

If you ever find yourself in Princeton NJ, a random fact that is somewhat hard it miss is that the one and only Albert Einstein spent a good deal of his life living in Princeton. Located along a side street just a few blocks from the University there stands a White House that doesn’t look all that different from the other homes, the only thing really different about it is the sign on the gate reading “private residence”. That and of course that it was home to one of the most brilliant minds in history for the last 22 years of his life.

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Restricting Access to your Website with .HTACCESS

There are lots of reason you may decide you don’t want certain people visiting your website; perhaps a competitor has tracked your prices, another blogger is constantly making copies of your posts, someone is just a d-bag, or maybe you just don’t want people in certain countries reading the things you are putting on your website. The reasons you may want to restrict access to your site are endless and below you will find a few simple methods that you can use to block access to your site.

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