Kid-Pleasing Pumpkin Hummus

by MyKidsEatSquid / Sep 26, 2018 /
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Pumpkin loves garbanzo beans – the proof is in the hummus. Add pureed pumpkin into your hummus for a subtle, earthy underlying flavor.

Pumpkin Hummus Recipe

Pumpkin Hummus Recipe

The basic recipe is fast and easy to put together:

1 15-oz. can garbanzo beans

4 tbsp. tahini

4 tbsp. pureed pumpkin

1/4 cup olive oil

1/2 tsp. sea salt


5 Great Tips For Getting A Passport Fast

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The need to get a new or renewed passport within a short period can be prompted by various situations, such as losing your passport, an emergency overseas, or an unexpected business opportunity. Fortunately, you can get your passport as quickly as possible if you avoid these 5 common pitfalls.

5 Great Tips For Getting A Passport Fast

“Josh Recommends” for the Week of September 22, 2018 By Josh Garrick

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“Josh Recommends” for the Week of September 22, 2018 By Josh Garrick 

Top 10 Interesting Places to Visit in the Caribbean

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There is so much to see and do in the Caribbean – how to choose? This culturally diverse region has much to offer visitors, from history to coffee, art to nature. Whether you are able to discover these gems via a Caribbean cruise or find your own path, here are our top 10 interesting places to visit.

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Cape Breton's Celtic Colours: Connecting through Music, History, and Community

by Kerry Dexter / Sep 17, 2018 /
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Cape Breton Island is part of Atlantic Canada, in the far north of the province of Nova Scotia. It is a place where Mi'kmaq First Nations communities share the land with Gaelic and English speaking people whose ancestors came from Scotland. There are Cape Bretoners whose ancestry connects with France, those who trace their roots to Ireland, to New England, to other parts of Canada, and to other places in the world.

An Insider’s Guide to Bermuda: Four Days to Bermuda’s Past

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So you’ve got four more vacation days for the year and the idea of spending them as a stay-cation is making you ill? Need to head somewhere warm and get away from it all? This itinerary will hold the attention of any history buff as Bermuda’s long and diverse (and sometimes scandalous) past will come alive with energy.

GM Law Firm Student Loans Guide - A Quick Overview

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In today's world, going to college is an "opportunity" to learn all about loans as much as it is to learn all about Medieval French Poetry or Astrophysics. There are, of course, a number of different types of student loans available for prospective scholars, both public and private. 

Justice Art. From GM Law Firm Student Loans Guide - A Quick Overview

5 Unique Ways to Road Trip Around the UK

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Who doesn’t relish a road trip? And what better place to explore via car than by traversing the UK? While many travelers enjoy taking the train (or flying, if you’re heading up north to Scotland), road tripping the UK is a bucket list experience – one that you’ll utterly adore (and, perhaps, do again and again). 

But don’t settle for a regular road trip – craft your own itinerary to align with your passions and priorities. Here are some suggestions:

Studying Abroad: Re-Entry Challenges and Tips

by Heather Robinette / Sep 10, 2018 /
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Most students who studied abroad over the summer or year have returned home and are starting to adjust back to life at home. While most believe you can easily pick up where you left off, it really isn’t that simple. This phase in the study abroad journey is called re-entry. You will be excited to be home and to see your family and friends, but a part of you will miss the new life you created in a city halfway across the world.

Below are five challenges that are common with re-entry - and some ways to help. 

6 Tips For Using a Cover Letter Template For Your Job Applications

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Most people look like they don’t have their cover letters. They use only resume letters, and leave the rest unsent. They don’t think if the hiring managers ever read them. Take your time to write your cover letter well. You never know the effects that the cover letter can have on HR. You may find yourself landing a good job. It's a very important thing to do!