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Chococurb Gourmet Chocolate Mother’s Day Giveaway

Looking for a decadent gift for Mother’s Day? Gourmet chocolates are a scrumptious that any mom would love. I’m not talking about mass produced Hershey bars or even Ghirardelli, but rather unique chocolates ranging from small, local chocolatiers to those with Fair Trade and organic certifications — quality chocolates with interesting backgrounds on how or where they were made. That’s where…

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How to Repurpose Content to Write Blog Posts Faster

Editor’s Note: I’m often asked by aspiring and new bloggers on how to get started as well as best practices. As a member of Blogger Babes, I’ve found a great resource. It’s a community of driven female bloggers, and Blogger Babes provides education, sponsored campaigns, networking events, and business coaching and support services. This post, by Ponn Sabra of Blogger…

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Chococurb Gourmet Chocolate Mother’s Day Giveaway

Looking for a decadent gift for Mother’s Day? Gourmet chocolates are a scrumptious that any mom would love. I’m not talking about mass produced Hershey bars or even Ghirardelli, but rather unique chocolates ranging from small, local chocolatiers to those with Fair Trade and organic certifications — quality chocolates with interesting backgrounds on how or where they were made. That’s where…

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JJRabbit Eco-Friendly Feeding Line for Kids – Made with Plants and So Stylish!

Disclosure: I received samples to assess for this post. All opinions expressed are solely my own. Modern, contemporary, fun. These are not typical words used to describe cups, plates, bibs and utensils, but they’re perfect for the JJRabbit eco-friendly feeding line for kids. I’d also add these adjectives: functional, high-quality and environmentally-responsible. The JJRabbit feeding…

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What is a Third Culture Kid? I am a Third Culture Kid

Editor’s Note: This post was written by my teen niece, Jillian. She kindly offered to write about her experience as a third culture kid. Definition: “Third culture kid (TCK, 3CK) is a term used to refer to children who were raised in a culture outside of their parents’ culture for a significant part of their…

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Growing Up with Pan-Asian Easters: Not Conventional, but Pretty Cool

I grew up as an Asian American raised in the Catholic faith, which made for some Pan-Asian Easters. There was the religious aspect, the consumerism influence, and the Asian side. Mash them all together and my childhood Easters were not conventional, but still pretty cool. Weeks before Easter arrived, my mom would pull out the same Easter baskets…

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Introducing Easy to Use Samsung Galaxy Core Prime

Disclosure: I received a device to test for two weeks to assess for this post. All opinions expressed are my own. Whether you’re a first time Smartphone user or want a basic cell phone with more functions, the new Samsung Galaxy Core Prime is one to consider. For two weeks I tested this device. I already owned a…

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Welcome to Bicultural Mama’s New Look!

Welcome to the new and improved Bicultural Mama website. We’ve updated our logo and website design for a fresh, clean look that’s easy to read and user-friendly. Thank you to Krizzy Designs for transferring over almost 600 posts from my old Blogger platform to the new WordPress platform. Krizzy Designs also created Bicultural Mama’s new logo and…

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Tips to Keep Kids Warm in Cold Weather from a Norwegian Mom

Bundled up – Norwegian style.Photo: Anne Kari Sorlie Julsrud Editor’s Note: This guest post was written by Anne Kari Sorlie Julsrud, a friend from Norway. Given Norway is on the same latitude as Alaska, Greenland and Siberia, it’s no surprise that Norwegian moms know how to keep their little ones warm in cold weather. Enjoy…

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