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Marcy Mckenna, CEO of Simply Solved Innovations, winner of Kelly Ripa’s Homemade Millionaire! Named Innovative Entrepreneur of the Year, and 2012 Best Gifts of the Year by Gifts.com. Marcy’s Style & Go has been featured in popular publications such as InStyle Magazine, Better Homes & Gardens & HSN.
Marcy McKenna is the product innovator and energetic entrepreneur behind Simply Solved Innovations, a company dedicated to bringing every day solutions to every day problems to everyone all over the world. Marcy wants people to know there are cost effective solutions to save time and make life easier, better and a lot more fun.
Born into a family of inventors, she knew since childhood that inventing was her calling. A dynamic business woman, a homemaker and a mother of three.
Marcy is an honorary chair for Olive Crest Children’s Foundation, a national non-profit helping prevent child abuse, treating and educating at risk children preserving the family one precious life at a time.
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Can you really build a wood pallet deck? We're talking what you need to know before you get started with Hoosier Homemade's Liz and Doug.
Hoosier Homemade Liz Lantham wood pallet deck
Hoosier Homemade's Doug and Liz Latham built this wood pallet deck for their side yard. We're finding out what they learned along the way.
Building with wood pallets to create a deck can seem like a time-saver or a headache. And we're betting that's it's a little bit of both. Which is why we're talking with Liz and Doug from Hoosier Homemade who recently built a wood pallet deck for their side yard.
What kind of site prep do you need to do? What about footings? What about the openings between the boards? And how do you secure all of those pallets together?
Yes, we have a lot of questions about building a wood pallet deck.
"Building with Wood Pallets are all the rage, and I love how cool and rustic they are, so I was excited about the idea. One problem though, Wood Pallets are often times too rough looking with broken pieces and the slats are too far apart. He [my husband] assured me that he knew of a place that sold Wood Pallets and they weren’t all built with large openings." -- Liz from Hoosier Homemade
Liz and her husband Doug strive to help you Be Heroes to your Family through easy DIY projects, creative crafts and simple everyday projects, including hundreds of cupcake designs. Check out their website at HoosierHomemade.com.
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WHY HOMEMADE SOAP?
Homemade soap/handmade soap cleans gently to leave your skin soft and smooth. Our natural soap is different & better than body wash….here’s why:
Body wash and commercial bars are really not like homemade soap at all, they’re actually detergents.
Detergents work differently than soap: they strip dirt & soil from your skin (and healthy oils in the process) often leaving it feeling tight & dry.
Switching from body wash or liquid hand “soap” to natural homemade soap can make a noticeable difference in the look and feel of your skin!
Home made soap cleans gently without stripping healthy oils.
Due to its unique molecular structure, real soap homemade using the cold process, hot process, cold process/oven process methods, will actually remove dirt off your skin without stripping healthy oils. We work hard to blend up homemade recipes that will be increase the health of your skin with every use. Each one of our bath and body essentials are created entirely from scratch with olive, organic coconut. These oils result in a soap that is mild and long-lasting.
We occasionally “superfat” our soap with a blend of tropical butters to help condition your skin every time you wash. (Superfatting is the process of adding extra oils/butters which remain suspended within the finished soap.) That’s why homemade soap are idea for you and your family. Keep in mind what you use on your skin is the same concept as what you put in your body.
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Congratulations to the persons that are enrolled and set to begin my Introductory-First Phase of my on-line courses on "How To Become a Millionaire".
Also providing information on the assignment for this phase.
Title: Introduction, part 1/A
Starting in Summer 2014, I am offering a series of on-line courses I designed and entitled, "How To Become a Millionaire". Listeners to my podcasts are invited to enroll and participate.
This podcast provides details on the over program which consists of completing Five Phases.
There are three major forces driving the shift from traditional 'mutual fund' or stock investing, and plainly showing why the old and stale advice of 'buy and hold' or 'buy term and invest the difference in the stock market' is completely outdated.
In order to grow your wealth and thrive in todays world a new approach is necessary, In todays episode of the Safe Money Millionaire radio show Brett Kitchen and Ethan Kap review how to do it.
Joel Trammell talks about how to walk the CEO tightrope..
Yosef Martin self-made millionaire shares expert advice.
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