Aly Adair

Aly Adair

Aly Adair is an Air Force Veteran with a career in teaching and educational publishing. Aly has an MBA and is a former small business owner.
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  • Favorite Austin Texas BBQ Joints
    Most Austin locals will not argue that some of the best Austin BBQ can be found at Franklin’s BBQ, Rudy’s BBQ, and The Salt Lick Bar-B-Que. Some of my surprise favorite Austin barbecue joints have patio dining with live music! Check these out.
  • Sheep Coloring Pages for the Chinese New Year
    Many Chinese believe children born in the Year of the Sheep will have bad luck, no leadership qualities, and be destined for failed marriages, business ventures, and unhappiness. Learn the extent parents go to so kids are not born in Year of the Sheep.
  • Top 70 Dad Movies
    Dad is the example of what I should be and Mom is the example of how I should be. Dad taught me how to ride a bike and drive a car. It is Dad that I always strive to make proud of me. Here are my favorite Dad movies to show how much I love him.
  • What Creates Job Satisfaction?
    The opposite of job satisfaction is not job dissatisfaction, but rather no job satisfaction. Managers alone create job satisfaction, but many are not trained as leaders and have no clue what creates job satisfaction for their employees. Here are tips.
  • Syncing Mobile Devices to Car is a Consumer and Safety Nightmare
    I can't sync my phone to my car is a common topic of blogs, forums, and help desks. Problems with car connectivity will impact brand loyalty and sales for auto makers and phone makers if companies do not work together toward compatibility standards.
  • Cinco De Mayo Top 25 Mexican Party Songs
    Mexico is proud of the Cinco de Mayo holiday because it celebrates the defeat of the French soldiers in the May 5, 1862 Battle of Puebla for its' independence. Here are my favorite Mexican songs for your Cinco de Mayo celebration party.
  • Favorite Diabetic Diet Apps, Menu Guides, Recipes and Weight Loss Tools
    Using these Diabetic Diet resources, I helped my brother get off insulin injections after just eight weeks. Now, I am taking control of my Type 2 Diabetes and I learned that it is not a hard as I thought.
  • Austin Bats: Best Bat Watching at Austin Bat Fest
    Watching the Austin Bats fly from March to November is one of the coolest things to do in Austin, Texas. Austin has the largest urban bat colony in North America and each night they emerge from the Congress Avenue Bridge to eat 15 tons of insects.
  • St. Patrick’s Day Free Coloring Pages
    Irish culture is rich with folklore, mythology, and tradition. Celebrate St. Patrick's Day on March 17 with these free Irish coloring pages and learn the meaning of St. Patrick's Day symbols and legends.
  • I Battled Stage 4 Cancer and Learned Valuable Lessons
    No matter what type of cancer you have, the news that you have cancer shakes you to the core. So many thoughts and fears of the unknown go through your mind. Here are tips for lessons I learned from battling cancer.
  • Best St. Patrick’s Day Irish Pubs and Restaurants in Austin TX
    I like to celebrate all things Irish on St Patrick’s Day with Austin’s Official St. Paddy’s Day Weekend Kick Off Bar Crawl. Fado and Saxon Pub are also among my lucky stops.
  • How Thyroid Disease Slowed My Weight Loss
    Thyroid disease affects metabolism, heart rate, and functions of almost all body organs. Left untreated, thyroid disease can lead to serious health problems, heart problems, stroke, and even death. Here are tips for living with thyroid disease.
  • Ford Mustang Turns 50 Years Old and the Need for Speed Lives On
    There are almost 3,000 films and TV shows with scenes using the Ford Mustang, including Eleanor in the 2000 remake of Gone in Sixty Seconds with Nicolas Cage. The movie car recently sold at auction for a whopping $1 million.
  • Austin TX Must-Try Restaurants
    When you visit or move to Austin, you will find the unique flavor of this city by indulging in guilty pleasures at these best Austin Texas restaurants.
  • Why My Gluten-Free Diet Helps My Psoriasis
    Almost 25% of people with psoriasis are also gluten sensitive. Recent studies show that psoriasis sufferers on a gluten-free diet showed improvements in psoriasis symptoms. I have psoriasis and tried a gluten-free diet. The results are amazing!
  • How to Find Obamacare and Medicare Official Information
    Find the official help you need in your state or through federal government resources to make the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, work for your personal health care situation. Use these resources to learn about changes that are still to come.
  • Valentine’s Day Free Coloring Pages
    What better way to say I Love You than sending a handmade Valentine’s Day message with these Valentine’s Day coloring pages? Check out the Cupid, Disney, Hello Kitty, Dora, Spongebob, Hearts, Princesses, Teddy Bear, and more Valentine coloring sheets.
  • Why I Love Our Great Danoodle Designer Dog
    I always loved mutts, long before they took on the title “Designer Dogs.” The Great Danoodle has the best traits of both pure breeds: the intelligence of the Poodle and the gentleness of the Great Dane.
  • Drunk TX Teen Driver Kills Four-Gets Probation on Affluenza Defense
    This case is truly an example of how money buys freedom and begs the age-old question, should our justice system focus on punishment or rehabilitation? Do you know what Affluenza is? You may want to know more about this defense.
  • JFK Assassination – Memories of the JFK Tribute Song that Healed the World
    Connie Francis donated all the proceeds from The Summer of His Years to the family of slain police officer J. D. Tippet, also killed on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas.
  • Top 100 Pick Me Up Songs
    There is nothing better than feel good songs to inspire, motivate, and help people cope with troubles. No matter what life brings, there is always hope for a better day. Here is the best ever Top 100 Pick Me Up Songs playlist to get through tough times.
  • Best 50 Halloween Movies of All Time
    There are a few scary movies on this list of Best Halloween Movies that actually caused me nightmares for months after watching the movie. These favorite Halloween movies all depict horror that will send you hiding under the covers!
  • Horse Coloring Pages for the Chinese New Year
    No other animal still living on Earth has played such an important role in shaping civilizations and cultures than the Horse. The Horse has been on the planet for over 55 million years. Celebrate the Chinese New Year with these Horse coloring pages.
  • 5 Tips for Achieving a Successful Sales Career
    Turning your initial sales ability into a successful sales career requires some fine-tuned skills. Sales can be stressful and demanding, but the rewards of a successful sales career can be the accomplishment of a lifetime.
  • 5 Ways I Cut Back on Smoking Cigarettes
    Almost 24 million adult Americans still smoke, but in 2010, nearly 70% said they want to quit smoking completely. Here is how I went from smoking a pack a day to a pack every four days on the road to quitting smoking completely.
  • Patriotic Free Coloring Pages and Printables
    One of the greatest values that teachers and parents can teach their children is the value of being an American, which means living in freedom. Enjoy these patriotic coloring pages to teach children patriotism.
  • Eeyore’s Birthday Party in Austin Texas is the Ultimate Spring Festival
    Every year since 1964, people of all ages come to wish happy birthday to Winnie-the-Pooh’s donkey friend, Eeyore, and every year the costumes get more wild and weird.
  • My Favorite Concert Experience: Fire Relief, a Concert for Central Texas
    It would be wonderful if every concert experience not only provided great entertainment, but also focused on helping victims of a local or national disaster.
  • Minimum Wage Law Celebrates 75 Year Anniversary: a Small Business Owner’s Case for a Raise
    The first U.S. minimum wage law went into effect on June 25, 1938 guaranteeing employees earn at least 25 cents an hour. If the minimum wage had kept up with inflation over the last 40 years, it would be $10.55 per hour.
  • My Biggest Financial Mistake: Investing in a Small Business Did Not Turn Out to Be the American Dream
    My American Dream turned into an American Disaster. Recovering from my biggest financial mistake was hard, but the best advice is that life does not end with a business failure or any other financial mistake. Money is good, but so is the simple life.
  • Best Breakfast in South Austin
    Our favorite thing to do on a Sunday morning is eating out for breakfast on an outdoor patio, drinking great coffee, reading the Sunday newspaper, listening to Austin live music, and indulging in great food. Here are my favorite Austin breakfast places.
  • Top 50 Most Memorable Events of 2012
    Leap Year 2012 was perhaps the most bizarre year of the new century, filled with record-setting, history-making events. Here are the Top 50 most memorable events of the Year 2012.
  • Dear Santa: Mom’s Wish List
    Each Christmas I thank God for my children who fill my life with joy and happiness. I remember that Christmas is about the birth of Jesus, but it never hurts to ask Santa for a few Mom things.
  • Snake Coloring Pages for Chinese New Year
    The Water Snake is affectionate with friends and family, but usually doesn’t show it. The Water Snake is very intelligent, motivated to succeed and by managing others well, will likely become successful.
  • Top 50 Thanksgiving Songs
    The fun part of the Thanksgiving holiday is to see how long different American generations can gather in one house to celebrate and give thanks without wishing it was over.
  • Israel Travel Tips from a First Time Visitor
    Christians, Jews, and Islamists dream about visiting Israel to view the historic birth place and crucifixion site of Jesus Christ. Visiting Israel made me more spiritual, more sympathetic to Middle East peace, and culturally enriched.
  • Lance Armstrong – the New Catch Me If You Can King
    When Lance Armstrong donated money to the ICU, his truthfulness about doping smelled bad. Despite being stripped of sports titles, Lance Armstrong will remain an angel of cancer victims, a far more important title.
  • Best Retirement Cities and Retirement Party Songs
    Maybe the retirement years are not so golden for Baby Boomers, but there is hope to find happiness in the best retirement city with the best retirement party songs! Check out my MP3 playlist of best retirement songs and my pick cities for retirement.
  • Best Austin Texas Patio Restaurants
    If friends and family come to visit Austin, I always take them to one of these best Austin, Texas patio restaurants for the quintessential Austin night out on the town.
  • How I Eliminated College Debt Using Student Loan Forgiveness and Repayment Plans
    Choosing a career field is a dream. Planning the best way to achieve that dream can make the difference of having a sound financial future. These Income-Based Repayment Plans and Student Loan Forgiveness Programs may help.
  • Top 160 Best Chick Songs of All Time
    Chick songs will always accompany the milestones of our lives. For each happy moment, sad moment, fun moment, and cherished moment that we experience, there is a chick song to remind us of those events. Here's my favorite chick song playlist.
  • First Person: How We Manage Our Commuter Marriage
    Most people say they could not survive in a commuter marriage. In this bad economy, our jobs required us to live in different cities. Here are ways we manage our commuter marriage to make it fun, affordable, and not fatal.
  • Top 50 Easter Songs and Classic Easter Hymns
    My husband spent a year in Israel and for me, visiting this sacred Holy Land gave me a deeper appreciation for Easter worship. I pray for peace around the world as I sing praise to God.
  • Best Christmas Coloring Pages, Printables, Games, Puzzles
    This is the best collection of Christmas, Kwanzaa, and Hanukkah Coloring Pages, Games, Puzzles, Writing Paper, and more. Just click and print full-page holiday fun for all ages.
  • How Penn State Students Can Regain Pride After Shocking Fall from Grace
    Are rioting Penn State students the “stupid” generation of Penn State future grads that were college bred to be as morally clueless as their morally empty administrators and coaches? Here are ways for Penn State students to regain their Penn State pride.
  • Best Thanksgiving Free Printable Coloring Pages, Puzzles, Games
    Celebrate your Thanksgiving feast and classroom fun with these best Thanksgiving coloring pages, word puzzles, picture search printables, writing paper templates, crossword puzzles and more. Just click on the link and print!
  • Best Halloween Free Coloring Pages, Activities and Halloween Party Games
    Whether you home school children, teach in a classroom, want to decorate your office, or have fun at your Halloween Party, use this collection of best Halloween free printable coloring pages and games from safe web sites.
  • Occupy Wall Street Theme Songs Playlist
    In a tribute to People’s Songs of post-war 1940’s America and a salute to Occupy Wall Street in the 21st century, here is an Occupy Wall Street Playlist of theme songs for the end Neoliberalism movement.
  • Budget Cuts Put Texas Volunteer Firefighters in Harms Way Fighting Texas Wildfires
    77% of the Texas firefighting service is provided by 30,000 Volunteer Firefighters from 1,400 Volunteer Fire Departments, and many have inadequate or no protective fire gear.
  • 9/11 Anniversary Tribute: America's Courageous Extend Beyond the Military
    My generation had never been trained for a War on Terror until it hit U. S. soil on September 11, 2001. As a Veteran, I learned that courageous service to America extends beyond being military.
  • First Person: Thriving After Our Bankruptcy Filing
    Life does not end after bankruptcy. In fact, for me, it got much better.
  • Bachelorette Winner Jesse Csincsak: A Special Father's Day Interview on Life as a Husband and a Dad
    In this special Father's Day interview with Bachelorette winner Jesse Csincsak, I asked how life has changed since marrying Ann Lueders and becoming a father.
  • First Person: Transitioning From a Military Budget to a Civilian Budget
    It was financial shock going to the civilian grocery store the day after my military honorable discharge. I now had to prepare and keep a tight budget. This is how I transitioned financially from active duty to civilian life.
  • How We Get the Most from Our Homeowners Insurance
    Homeowners insurance can be an expensive investment. Here are some examples of how I saved thousands of dollars with my homeowners insurance policy and some valuable tips for preventing denied claims.
  • Top 100 Summer Party Songs
    Break out the ear buds, athletic shoes, and fire up these Top 100 Summer Party Songs on your MP3 player summer playlist!
  • First Person: Financial Planning for Elderly Parents
    Baby Boomers are old, we are not financially prepared to care for elderly parents, and our children don't know how to plan for our aging. What can you do to be prepared to care for your elderly parents or help your children be prepared to care for you?
  • First Person: How a New Approach Helped Me Land a Job in This Economy
    How changing my approach to online job hunting strategies landed me a career job with a state agency.
  • First Person: Business Start-up Advice From a Small Business CEO
    Starting your own business can be an exciting experience, but take it from a former small business CEO, you will make some mistakes so you should get all the advice you can. Here are 5 business tips for planning and starting your business.
  • Veterans Day a time to reflect, assist and celebrate
    It was America's Veterans who created our country's independence and it is America's Veterans who sacrifice to maintain our country's freedoms and our safety. Take time to say Thank You on Veterans Day.
  • Opinion: Illegal immigrants spend money and boost the U.S. economy
    One thing is certain about illegal immigrants: They do spend money and that boosts the U.S. economy.
  • Sundance Film Festival: a Photo Journey and Diary of a Theatre Volunteer
    I was a theatre operations volunteer for two years at Sundance Film Festival and documented my journey in the Sentiments of Sundance Film Festival Photo Tour and diary. These are some of the most memorable times of my life.
  • King James Bible Turns 400 in 2011
    The King James Bible changed the world and opened millions of people's minds to God's power. I will never forget how Connie Francis, President John F. Kennedy and the King James Bible changed my life forever. How did the Bible change your life?
  • 2011 Calendar of Holidays, Ethnic Heritage Days, Special Observances, Health Awareness Months, Sports Events and Moon Phases
    The King James Bible turns 400. The Super Bowl is February 6, Easter is April 24, Chinese New Year is February 3, the Kentucky Derby is May 7, and the first and only Friday the 13th isn't until May. Check it out.
  • Job Search Using Online Niche Job Boards
    The explosion and popularity of niche networks in social networking communities is spilling over into the Internet job board industry. There are over 100,000 online job boards. Here is how you can find your niche job board.
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Rolls Out Health Care Plan for Pre-Existing Conditions
    The 2010 Affordable Care Act provides people who have been denied health care insurance based on pre-existing conditions, to get health care insurance before 2014. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services program is offered in all states.
  • Top 100 Halloween Songs About Witches, Devils, Ghosts, Vampires, and Horror
    Here is your Top 100 Halloween Songs MP3 playlist for your Halloween party, Halloween haunted house, Halloween costume contest, Halloween pumpkin carving day, and to scare your Halloween trick or treaters. Enjoy!
  • No Job or 401(k) Makes Recession Feel like Depression
    The U.S. economy is not improving fast enough for most Americans who fear losing their job in 2010. Millions have not recovered from the 2007 recession and cannot survive a job lay off. Is this the 2010 U.S. Economic Depression?
  • 25 Songs for Julia Roberts MP3 Hindu Playlist
    Several beliefs of the Hindu faith have been the topic of songs including songs about Karma, reincarnation, life after death, chanting and yoga relaxation. Here is a Top 25 Hindu Songs Playlist for your Hinduism practice.
  • Grandparent's Day: Top 20 Grandma and Grandpa Songs, Free Grandparents Coloring Pages, Free Grandparents Printables
    Grandma and Grandpa Songs on the Grandparent's Day MP3 playlist are for living or lost grandparents. Tell them you love them with a free coloring page and song. You will miss them when they're gone! Dedicated to families in the U.S. Gulf Coast.
  • President Barack Obama Presents Sir Paul McCartney the Gershwin Prize
    Congratulations to Sir Paul McCartney, the 2010 recipient of the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Music. Watch Sir Paul serenade Michelle Obama and President Obama singing Hey Jude with Sasha and Malia.
  • Top 100 BFF Songs for Your Back to School Best Friend Playlist
    Here are 100 best friends songs to give your BFF on an MP3 playlist or CD. There is nothing like a best friend whether that BFF is a family member, a lover, or a BFF companion friend from school. This BFF playlist has it all.
  • Job Openings Are Highest in Education and Health Services
    According to a new report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics there are almost 2.7 million job openings for anyone looking to get a job in America. Where are the jobs and what jobs are they? Find out here.
  • Top 100 Patriotic Songs Including Rock, Country, Contemporary, and Classic
    Patriotic songs pierce your heart with sorrow and bring proud chills to your spine. Patriotic songs give you hope that your loved ones will return home safely. Patriotic songs remind us that sometimes they don't.
  • Top 3 Books that Should Be Movies
    It would be the biggest FBI investigation in history, costing more in time and money than the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Another is what really happened to Bobby Fuller? Life and Death is the third.
  • Top 5 Viral Internet Videos
    The best viral videos show something happened in life that changed a person in some way forever! It is a rare time in life when almost a billion people around the world spend a few minutes feeling the exact same emotions. Here are the Top 5 Viral Videos.
  • HBO Revives Euthanasia Controversy with You Don't Know Jack
    In a weird way, I thought of Dr. Kevorkian in 2007 for the two days my Mother lay dying. I thought to myself, would my Mom pull the string of Dr. Kevorkian's assisted suicide machine to just get it over with? Would I want to?
  • Top 3 Microbrews in Texas
    When I think of the best microbrews in Texas, I define microbrew as those beers that are brewed in Texas and that almost all Texans drink even though they are sold outside of the region. Shiner tops the list.
  • The History and Practices of Mormonism
    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has a fascinating history going back to ancient civilizations and early day Saints during the life of Jesus Christ. The latter day Articles of Faith and Mormon beliefs are equally as fascinating.
  • Dragon Coloring Pages for All Ages
    Some of these dragons appear in popular video games and movies like Dragon Age, Dungeon and Dragons, Dragon Ball Z, Pete's Dragon, Never Ending Story, Avatar and How to Train Your Dragon.
  • Top 3 Bars in Austin, Texas
    Austin has over 150 bars so picking the Top 3 Bars in Austin is not easy. We go to Austin bars depending on the mood and the event. Here are the Top 3 bars in Austin Texas and honorable mention to the other best drinking holes in Austin.
  • Top 3 Burger Joints in Austin, Texas
    You have not lived until you eat the Bulgoki Burger at Burger Tex, one of Austin's best burger joints. Hill's Cafe makes the best burger in Austin served on a kolache bun. Hill Bert's Burgers makes your burger fresh!
  • Cinco De Mayo Coloring Pages and Paper Mache Maracas Craft
    Cinco de Mayo celebrates the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Here are the best Cinco de Mayo coloring pages with Mexico Flag Fun Facts, Mariachis, Family Celebrations, Piñatas, Sombreros, Chile Peppers, Maracas, Serapes and more!
  • Mother's Day Coloring Pages for Mom and Grandma
    Make Mom and Grandma a homemade Mother's Day Card and Mother's Day Coupon gift to say I Love You this Mother's Day. Every Mother and Grandmother melts with pride when you make your own Mother's Day gift and Mother's Day card.
  • Easter Coloring Pages
    The name Easter comes from the Anglo-Saxon Goddess Eastre who was the Goddess of hare and eggs. The egg has been a symbol of rebirth since early times. Celebrate Easter with these great coloring pages for all ages.
  • What I Did with My College Degree: Tips for College Graduates
    The challenge for college graduates is no real work experience.You compete against people like me with an MBA,experience,and willing to take jobs at lower pay.There is one advantage you could have over older,experienced competition.Certifications!
  • 10 Best Non-Tourist Attractions in Austin, Texas
    Austin, Texas locals thrive on the outdoors, live music and good food at local restaurants. These are the things that give Austin its unique Texas flavor. Here are the 10 best non-tourist attractions in Austin, Texas.
  • Census 2010: What YOU Pay when Other People Don't Mail Back the Form
    The government has spent about $1 per household to get Americans to mail back their Census 2010 form. If you don't mail it back, it will cost American taxpayers $56 for Census workers to come get it from you. Mail it!
  • Golf Masters: Tiger Woods Can Thank Lee Trevino, a Real Sports Golf Legend
    Lee Trevino, a self-taught, free-swinging, Supermex golfer beat Jack Nicklaus in an 18-hole playoff to win the 1971 U.S. Open. Two weeks later, Trevino won the Canadian Open, and a week later, the British Open. Trevino put golf into mainstream sports.
  • Top 40 Irish Movies for St. Patrick's Day
    There is something magical about St. Patrick's Day that makes me search for that Pot O'Gold, kiss the Blarney Stone, drink green beer, and hunt for the best corned beef and cabbage in town. Here are my favorite Irish movies to watch on St. Patrick's Day.
  • Texas Stadium was Football Dome of Dreams; Demolition is April 11, 2010
    The best Dallas Cowboys days in Texas Stadium were not about personal ego or who could make the most money, it was about connecting like glue with your teammates to bring the team to Super Bowl victory. Here are some memories.
  • Best 60 Sports Songs to Rock Your Sports Party
    If you are an Athlete or a Sports Fan, this MP3 Playlist of the Best 60 Sports Songs will get your blood flowing, pump you up mentally, inspire you spiritually, and keep the sports party going for about three hours.
  • Top 10 Vitamins for Winter
    Winter is a time of feeling less energy, more muscle and joint pains, broken bones, sinus problems, and colds/flu. There are different reasons people get sick or feel the blahs, but one reason may be a Vitamin deficiency or too much of a Vitamin.
  • Best Places to Live in 2010
    France is the Number One Best Place to Live in 2010. France is the only country to score a 100 in the health category. According to many, it is the best health care system in the world. Check out the other top places to live in 2010 and why.
  • Most Memorable Events of the 2000-2009 Decade
    I don't remember a decade that has been marked with so many First Time Events which many in the world thought would never happen. These Most Memorable Events of the 2000-2009 Decade came in many forms.
  • Top 10 Songs for Mrs. Tiger Woods
    There is no sugar coating on this MP3 New Year's Eve playlist for Mrs. Tiger Woods, Elin Nordegren. Here are the Top 10 New Year's Eve songs that Elin can download while her cheating husband Tiger Woods is at home crying. Or is he?
  • Best Christmas Rock Songs: Some Merry and Some Sad
    When you build your MP3 Christmas Playlist, there are Classic Christmas Carols and there are Rock N' Roll Christmas Songs! Everyone loves a good classic Christmas Carol, but you gotta laugh when Grandma gets run over by a reindeer.
  • HBO to Air 4 Hours of the 25th Anniversary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concerts
    Watch The 25th Anniversary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concerts Sunday, November 29, at 8:00 p.m. EST on HBO. Rock 'N Roll fans can find all the scoop and party items for The 25th Anniversary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concerts here.
  • Top 10 Christmas Movies for Kids
    Classic Christmas kids movies have stood the test of time, became our universal name for snowmen and reindeer, and reinforced the magic and spirit of Christmas. The Top 10 Kids Christmas Movies that are must see movies every Christmas are:
  • 2010 Calendar of Holidays, Ethnic Heritage Days, Special Observances, Health Awareness Months, and Moon Phases
    There are unusual happenings in 2010 like only one Friday the 13th in August, the Chinese New Year which is the Year of the Tiger happens on Valentine's Day, and plan your trip to Tahiti on July 11, 2010 to view a Total Eclipse of the Sun.
  • How to Raise Money Online for Family and Friends with Limited or No Medical Insurance
    You can raise money with a dedicated Web page for sick, disabled, or elderly family members and friends to share by email, on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, or other social networking sites using online tools from Easter Seals and NTAF.
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