Denise Nuttall

Denise Nuttall

Denise Nuttall has been an active freelance writer and online business entrepreneur since 2006. Denise has also been very active in citizen journalism for well over a year and owns her very own hyper-local blog.
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  • Amway Stepping Up to Help Haiti Earthquake Relief
    Amway has stepped up to the plate in a big way to help the 2010 Haiti Earthquake Relief. Amway has been trying to fly in nurses, doctors, surgeons, physician's assistants and anyone else medically trained on a daily bases.
  • Volunteer Firefighter Usually First Responder in Rural Communities
    When living in a rural community, volunteer firefighters are usually the first responders on the scene to any emergency. The volunteer fire department is usually the life line between life and death in more than just putting out house fires.
  • USA Doubles Lugers Grimmette and Martin 2010 Olympic Hopefuls
    USA doubles team lugers Mark Grimmette and Brian Martin are representing the USA for their fourth Olympic Games in Vancouver in 2010. Grimmette and Martin are the top American doubles luge team.
  • Offshore Wind Turbine Farm in Lake Michigan Unwelcomed
    West Michigan residences do not want an offshore wind turbine farm in Lake Michigan. The proposed wind turbine farm along the coast of Lake Michigan stemming from Muskegon, Michigan to Ludington, Michigan has citizens very concerned.
  • International Aid Launches Haiti Earthquake Relief
    International Aid of Spring Lake, Michigan is launching a major effort through donations to get money to buy medicines, clinics and lab-in-suitcases to the earthquake devastated Haiti this January 2010 and its people.
  • Ex Blackwater Guards Charged in Murder
    Two former Blackwater guards have been arrested for the murder last May in Afghanistan for the killing of two Afghans and injuring another. Justin Cannon and Christopher Drotleff were arrested after being indicted in federal court in Virginia.
  • Guyliner | Eyeliner for Men | Guyliner Application
    Guyliner the hottest trend in eyeliner for men is sweeping the country as the new fashion statement for boys and men. Many ordinary guys are now wearing guyliner and you may not even have noticed.
  • Fifth Third River Bank Run | Grand Rapids, Michigan
    The 33rd Annual Fifth Third River Bank Run located in Grand Rapids Michigan will be held May 8, 2010.The Fifth Third River Bank Run also has a 10K run, a 5K run, a 5K walk,a junior event, Wheelchair and Handcycle divisions.
  • From Middle Class to Food Stamps to Homeless
    Laid-off middle class workers are running out of unemployment and their 401(k)s. What happens to us when all runs out and we are living on nothing but food stamps? The current economic crisis has left many qualified workers in poverty.
  • Winterfest Grand Haven Michigan
    It is time to start thinking Winterfest in Grand Haven Michigan. The festival starts the last weekend in January. With Michigans winters being long and cold, this is a perfect time to get out and be active.
  • New Year's Eve Party in Grand Rapids, Michigan
    New Year's Eve in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan, is like no other. The New Year's Eve celebration is open to the public to come on down and enjoy at Rosa Parks Circle. The New Year's Eve Party 2010 and events are free to the public.
  • The Boy Scouts of America Turns 100
    On February 8, 2010, the Boy Scouts of America will turn 100. The Boy Scouts of America have had its share of controversy over the past few years but the organization still seems to be maintaining its ground.
  • COBRA Subsidy Extension: Michigan's Unemployed Receive Holiday Gift
    The COBRA subsidy extension was signed this week by President Obama. For the unemployed workers of Michigan this is a beautiful Christmas gift. Being part of the unemployed families in Michigan our COBRA subsidy ran out on December 1.
  • Nursing Shortage of Tomorrow Creates Surplus Today
    It is predicted that there is going to be a huge nursing shortage as the baby boomers age. This prediction has had many people flooding to colleges and nursing schools to get the training to become licensed nurses.
  • The Great Lakes States Among the Biggest Losers
    According to CNN more people are leaving the Great Lakes than are moving in. Michigan took 3rd place in the migration of people moving out of the state with Illinois and Ohio coming in 4th and 5th respectively.
  • Christmas Morning Magic
    Christmas morning is a magical time. Creating Christmas morning magic does take some pre-planning. Avoid a hectic Christmas morning.
  • Rainbow Farm Remembered
    On August 31, 2001 the siege began on Rainbow Farm in Vandalia, Michigan. Five days later the owner of the Farm, Tom Crosslin and his life partner, Rollie Rohm were gunned down by the FBI.
  • Garmin Forerunner 405 GPS with HRM Review
    The Garmin Forerunner 405 Wireless GPS-Enabled Sports Watch with heart rate monitor has been on the market for a while now and what I have heard, this watch is without a doubt the best training tool on the market.
  • Darren McCarty Announces His Retirement from NHL
    The veteran forward Darren McCarty announced his retirement from the NHL. McCarty 37, helped to end the Detroit Red Wings 42 year Stanley Cup title drought.
  • Medical Marijuana: Michigan's New Cash Crop
    Michigan's legalization of medical marijuana this year has spawned a huge interest in the growing medical marijuana for profit. The growing of medical marijuana could bring in millions of dollars to the state of Michigan in tax revenue.
  • Our Hope: Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center for Women
    Our Hope of Grand Rapids Michigan is an inpatient drug and alcohol residential treatment center for woman. Our Hope is for any woman over the age of 18 who needs the protection of constant monitoring until that woman can stay sober by themselves.
  • ArtPrize Held in Grand Rapids, Michigan
    ArtPrize the worlds largest art prize is held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, bringing artists and audiences together. ArtPrize celebrates international artists in several mediums.
  • Always Christmas at Canterbury Village Michigan
    The Olde World Canterbury Village located near Lake Orion, Michigan off I-75 has become our Christmas shopping stop during the Christmas Holiday season. Its old world style and Christmas feel is like being in one of those old fashion Christmas cards.
  • Michigan Iceman Cometh Challenge Mountain Bike Race
    The Michigan Iceman Cometh Challenge is the largest one day 27 mile,cross country, mountain bike race in the United States. The Iceman Cometh Challenge is held on the first Saturday in November in Michigan.
  • Sale of Pontiac Silverdome: But to Whom?
    The sale of the Pontiac Silverdome has seemed to have backfired for the city of Pontiac Michigan. It seems two people have laid claim to have purchased the once home of the Detroit Lions. Has the Pontiac Silverdome sold?
  • Turkey Haiku: Gobble Gobble Gone
    A Thanksgiving haiku in honor of the Thanksgiving turkey.
  • Remove Paint from Wood Surfaces Mechanically
    Mechanical paint removal tools consist of scrapers, rasps and sandpaper substitutes to handle removal of old paint from your wood. These are inexpensive paint removal tools so you should keep plenty on hand.
  • Pros and Cons of the Backpack Leaf Blower
    Backpack leaf blowers are the type of power blowers used by professional services. A standard size yard can be handled just as well with a hand held leaf blower. After reading the pros and cons of the blower you will then be able to make your decision.
  • Zhu Zhu Pets in Stock for Christmas
    Zhu Zhu Pet hamsters are said to be in stock at major toy stores. But are they? The Zhu Zhu pets seem to be the hot new trend this year for kids at Christmas.
  • Five Great Gadgets for Travelers
    There were some great new electronic gadgets that have just come out for travelers to help make there travels much more convenient. These are some great tools for seasoned travelers of all ages.
  • 2008 Detroit Auto Show to Begin
    The 2008 Detroit Auto Show known as The North American International Auto Show is preparing to open Sunday, January 13, 2008 at the Cobo Center Downtown Detroit. This is the auto shows of auto shows.
  • Shape Up Your Fitness Routine and Jump Rope
    Jumping rope is not for ten year olds any more. It is a super way for adults to get fit all over. Jumping rope burns lots of calories fast.
  • BioBricks for Biomass Fuel Alternative
    Biobricks have come onto the scene as a biomass fuel alternative. Biobricks burn hotter and longer than normal cordwood. These biomass bricks have been used in Europe with great success.
  • Bicycle Trailers for Baby - Discover the Chariot Cougar
    We are a bicycling family. With the addition of our first baby we needed to find out about bicycle trailers. As we searched we became convinced that the Chariot Cougar was exactly what we were looking for.
  • Michigan Vacation Getaways
    Michigan vacation getaways are abundant in a state that is surrounded with 3000 miles of beaches. Family vacations are taken year round. There is a Michigan vacation getaway for everybody of every age and preference.
  • E-link Technology in Amazon's Kindle e-book Reader is a Winner
    Amazon's Kindle, a new wireless e-book reader, is flying off the selves with its new E-link technology. The E-link makes reading the electronic e-book much more legible than previous readers that have been on the market.
  • Divorce Preparation Starts Long Before the Divorce
    Divorce preparation does not start at the moment you get a divorce lawyer and file for a divorce. It is a process that starts long before the divorce papers.
  • Thanksgiving Tradition Means High School Football Playoffs
    While the Thanksgiving tradition weekend may mean eating all day on Thanksgiving Day and planning your Black Friday shopping, it is also high school football playoffs time.
  • The Many Ways in Which You Can Use Epson Salt
    The soothing properties of Epson Salt as a bath salt have been known for years. But it is so much more than just something to soak in for tired ache muscles.
  • ThermoSpas Hot Tub: More Important Than Our Swimming Pool
    One of the most important investments that we have ever made other than our home, of course, is our ThermoSpas hot tub. This portable hot tub has moved with us wherever we have moved.
  • Student Loan Debits Holding Graduates Prisoners
    With the escalating high costs of tuition and need for more student loans, will the next generation of graduates ever be able to pay these loans off?
  • The Healthy Benefits of Eating Yogurt
    We have been told for years that eating yogurt is healthy for us, but do we really understand what the benefits are.
  • Use a Butcher Block Countertop for Your Kitchen Remodeling Project
    When it came time to do our kitchen remodeling, we chose to have a butcher block countertop on our island. The kitchen island is quite large. It measures 6 x 12, so it was going to be the main focal point for the kitchen.
  • Lemon Detox Diet and Colon Cleanse Tips
    Although you may experience rapid weight loss on the lemon detox diet, its main function is a detox diet through a colon cleanse. As with any detox diet, releasing toxins in the body is serious business and should not be taken lightly.
  • Technology Review: the Apple Wireless Keyboard
    The best Apple computer accessory I have come across in a long time is the Apple Wireless Keyboard. I had the previous wireless keyboard and it was not portable like this one.
  • Home Remedies for Dry-Eye Syndrome
    The older you get, the more likely you will have dry-eye syndrome. Dye-eye syndrome can be dangerous to your vision. More than three quarters of post menopausal women, have some form of dry-eye syndrome.
  • Merrell Shoes for Happy Feet
    I am a homemaker, mother, walker, hiker, and all around outdoor person and my Merrell Shoes keep my feet happy through it all. This womans shoes need to be able to go the distance in whatever I am doing and not hurt my feet.
  • Ryka GCB Walking Shoe Perfect Woman's Shoe for Foot Pain
    My whole life I have had problems finding the right woman's shoe to fit my slightly deformed problem feet. That is until I found the Ryka GCB walking shoe.
  • Visit the New Grand Rapids Art Museum (GRAM) in Grand Rapids, Michigan
    Grand Rapids, Michigan has a new art museum. The Grand Rapids Art Museum called Gram is the state of the art in museums today. This is the first LEED (leadership in energy and environment) art museum in the world.
  • How to Use Internet Marketing Online for Affiliate Programs
    When first starting internet market online, most people are clueless about affiliate programs let alone how to market them. It took a long time for me to figure out what affiliate programs to join and exactly how to do internet marketing online.
  • Portable Shark Steam Cleaner for House Cleaning and Beyond
    There are so many uses for the Portable Shark Steam Cleaner, I probable have not discovered them all yet. It not only cleans well, but I do not need to use any chemicals to clean with it.
  • Family Fun at Michigan's Adventure Amusement Park
    Michigan's Adventure Amusement Park in Muskegon, Michigan was recognized as "the attraction of the year" by Travel Michigan and the Michigan Hotel, Motel & Resort Association in 2007.
  • How to Find Discount Coach Purses
    I was so excited when I finally got my first coach purse. These purses are normally so expensive that I could not afford one. Fortunately for me I was able to find a discount coach purse at a secondhand store in Grand Haven, Michigan.
  • I Built My Own Howard Miller Grandfather Clock
    It was back in 1992, that I was employed with the Howard Miller Clock Company in Zeeland, Michigan. It was then that I learned the quality and craftsmanship that went into the Howard Miller grandfather clock.
  • Is an Internet Answering Machine Right for You?
    An internet answering machine, saves me time, money and space. I love its capabilities.
  • Tips for Cleaning Your Chest Freezer
    Cleaning the chest freezer does not have to be a big chore. It is just one of those things I seem to put off for some reason. But now that my freezer foods are at a lower level, it is a good time to get it done.
  • Tips on Training Your Dog to Come When Called
    Being a dog lover, I want to make sure my dog comes when she is called. Dog training a dog to come when they are called is not that difficult. The command "come" can protect your dog from dangerous situations.
  • Verizon Voyager LG Vx10000 Surely to Be on Christmas Lists
    Verizon Voyager was unveiled yesterday to a limited amount of viewers. The new Verizon LG Voyager is going to be in stores by Thanksgiving. The price on these phones is still unknown.
  • Experience the Luge in Muskegon, Michigan
    Experience the thrill of feeling like an Olympian while riding down Muskegon's luge. Winding and twisting down a block of ice, at 25 miles an hour on your back, is the reason you must have proof of insurance to ride this thrill.
  • The New Webkinz World Craze to Continue
    All indications point to the new Webkinz World craze is going to continue way past the holiday season. Not only for children, adults that were once big beanie baby collectors are now turning to buy Webkinz for there collectables.
  • How to Find Old Friends Through Social Networking Sites When You're in Your 50's
    Many social networking sites use the invitation to find friends or find old friends through the use of their site. I have been able to make friends online that by definition I would trust but never have I found a long lost old friend directly.
  • A Woman's Shoes
    A woman's shoes are more than just an accessory; they are an extension of her own uniqueness. Look at a woman's shoes and you can learn a lot about her.
  • Michigan's Budget Battle Hits Education
    Michigan has been big in the news lately and all of it leaves a black eye on the state. Michigan's budget battle is putting a big hurt on the already struggling educational system. What is going to happen to the quality of our children's education and future?
  • Christmas Loan Eliminates Credit Card Debt
    Securing a Christmas loan for our household has become a natural part of our holidays for years. Knowing the cost of interest rates on credit card debt, a Christmas loan or holiday loan made more sense to us to eliminate credit card debt from escalating.
  • How to Get a Home Business Loan
    For most people acquiring a home business loan is essential to starting a home based business. There are a few options available.
  • BOB Jogging Stroller Best Choice for Active Parents
    When my daughter and her husband first got pregnant, one of the first things they picked out was a BOB jogging stroller. Being active parents outdoors, they knew that they wanted a jogging stroller and one that was rated best for overall for use.
  • When New Baby Meets the Only Child - the Family Dog
    It is now time for the new baby to meet the only child you have had for five years, the family dog. There is a lot of trepidation as to how the two will get along. Take precautions but do not panic.
  • Birth Injury Not Uncommon
    Birth injuries are not as uncommon as many people believe. I personally have had two grandchildren who were born naturally who have sustained broken collarbones during birth.
  • Chantix, the New Stop Smoking Drug is Raising a Cause for Concern
    Chantix the new stop smoking drug released by Pfizer last year is causing great concern. Psychotic and suicidal behavior appear to be side effects when combined with alcohol.
  • Strike Against GM Echoes the Voices of the American Workers
    Many may be against the U.A.W. strike with General Motors, but it is echoing the voices of many of the American workers. Manufacturing has been the back bone of our economy every since the industrial revolution.
  • What to do When You Have an Epilepsy Seizure While Holding Your Baby
    Two months after my granddaughter was born, my daughter, who had an episode with epilepsy and grand mal seizures when she was nine, started convulsing out of the blue.
  • Vasectomy Reversal Gave me a Beautiful New Grandson
    When my daughter married my son-in-law, she knew that he had had a vasectomy years previously. They had always planned on having a family after marriage, so he was going to have a reverse vasectomy.
  • Considering Liposuction: How to Find the Right Liposuction Doctor
    After trying diets and exercises, there are still problem areas on your body that just seem to hold the fat. Now you are considering liposuction to sculpt these problem areas and you need a qualified liposuction doctor.
  • Refinancing a Manufactured Home
    But because of my husbands job situation we had to move across state and move quickly. So when we purchased our manufactured home it was with the expectation of refinancing the manufactured home once our other home sold.
  • E Coli and Dole Lettuce - What's Next?
    The latest news out now is that E. coli bacteria have been found in bags of Dole "Hearts Delight" salad mix. It makes a person wonder if there is any food that is safe to consume anymore.
  • General Motors Strike Ripples Across Michigan
    General Motors and the UAW strike today places another whammy to our local economy here in Holland Michigan. Many of the auto parts suppliers are a big part of our local economy.
  • Grab that 3rd Cup of Coffee Women - It's Brain Food
    Women may outlive men in years but are more likely to face Alzheimer's or dementia. Visit any nursing home and see how aging is not so kind to women. Many elder women have problems with cognitive decline.
  • Type 2 Diabetes and the Atkins Diet
    I can remember the day our family doctor told us that my husband had developed type 2 diabetes. We were totally clueless at what caused this condition or how to treat it.
  • Niche Blogs for Niche Marketing
    One of the easiest and cheapest ways to make money on the internet is with the use of niche blogs for niche marketing. Niche marketing is finding a narrow topic that people are searching for.
  • Win the Anti-aging Fight With Resistance Exercise
    It is amazing how just incorporating resistance exercise into my life has been the anti-aging prescription for the fountain of youth. Resistance exercise does not mean you have to alter your whole life around a gym or health club.
  • Retirement Living - Boomers Style
    As the growing numbers of baby boomers are reaching retirement age, the entire retirement living community is going to need to be altered. The baby boomers will set the pace for the entire country as to how retirement living will be defined.
  • Welcome to Webkinz World: Social Networking for Younger Children
    Webkinz World welcomes young children to get engaged in social networking and parents seem to be embracing it. Parents are even getting children as young as preschool aged, involved with these virtual pets that promote social networking with total strangers on the internet.
  • How the SS Edmund Fitzgerald Became Shipwrecked
    The gales of November sealed the fate of the SS Edmund Fitzgerald on Lake Superior on the night of November 10, 1975 during a violent storm.
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  • The Thrill of Snowboarding
    First invented in the US in 1960, snowboarding was soon subsequently welcomed and cheerfully embraced by snow sports fans. Little by little it got the lime light with the dramatic artistic features it involves, getting the thrill of adrenaline for extreme sensations lovers.
  • Great Lakes Shipwrecks - Explore these Under Water Graveyards
    Having spent my entire life living on the eastern shores of Lake Michigan, the mysteries of the Great Lakes shipwrecks have always been of huge interest.
  • Be a Naturopathic Doctor as a Career Choice
    An excellent naturopathic doctor, while pretty competent, may still not possess the very types of perks as other conventional doctors. Naturopathy is still struggling to gain notice in the same areas of medicine as conventional drug-based treatments.
  • Ways to Help a Teething Baby
    Teething is a natural process, although it may seem disturbing when your baby is fussy and crying for what seems like hours at a time.
  • Preventing Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
    Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, is a problem that every parent is terrified of. New mothers especially worry that their baby will fall victim to this dreaded affliction, and may even check several times per night to be sure their baby is still breathing.
  • How to Deal with Pain During Breastfeeding
    Most women experience some discomfort during breastfeeding, but some women find the pain excruciating or unbearable. There are many things that can cause painful breastfeeding, from incorrect positioning of your baby's mouth on the nipple to breast infections!
  • Ten Essential Diaper Bag Items
    There are ten essential items that every diaper bag should contain every time you leave the house. Some babies will require other items, such as babies with health difficulties. But these ten items should apply to all infants.
  • The Rising Popularity of Girls Snowboarding
    Snowboarding is a winter sports that is enjoyed and highly appreciated regardless of gender. When you're down at the basis of the slope watching the mastery of the riders, it's even difficult to tell who's who and where is a girl or a boy.
  • Snowboarding Trick Tips
    Here are some very useful snowboarding trick tips that can be easily put in practice by intermediate and advanced snowboarders. There is no high difficulty level, so, enjoy the ride!
  • Transworld Snowboarding - for Amateurs and Professionals
    Transworld snowboarding makes a difference in the history of this sport by the wide range of services it offers.
  • How to Find the Best Snowboarding Pants
    If you are new to snowboarding and wish to go shopping for some professional pants keep in mind that even though tighter pants may look warmer, the looser ones have more advantages.
  • Tips for Selecting a Snowboarding Jacket
    The snowboarding jacket is an essential part of your gear that you should consider first before planning any sports expedition. There is a multitude of offers in terms of models, trends, colors, sizes and price variations.
  • Facts About Snowboarding Gear
    Specialists recommend that the best way to wear the snowboarding gear is by using the layer method. This method makes sure that the body temperature and your natural level of moisture will be well managed.
  • Epilepsy: A Parents Voyage with a Child
    Imagine driving down the road and having your then, nine year old daughter complaining that her foot has gone to sleep. I imagine most people would think nothing of it, nor did I.
  • Maxglide Hair Straighteners - Revolutionary Hairbrush
    The motto of the company says that with Maxglide, hair straightening has never been easier, therefore for the curled-haired ones, here is a revolutionary hair brush that uses the most advanced technology to bring you the straight hair style you've been dreaming of.
  • Solia Pink Hair Straighteners - Perfect for all Types of Curly Hair
    Here we have a partial explanation of the great success the Solia pink hair straightener enjoys with the public. It works great on every type of curly hair regardless of texture, but women also take great pleasure in the trendy, girlish aspect.
  • Try the Jennifer Aniston Sedu Hair Straightener
    Rumor has it that Jennifer Aniston Sedu hair straighteners are not the only ones associated with a celebrity; there is another Jennifer, this time Lopez, ready to show you the Sedu hair styles.
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