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  1. Weddings are very important occasions, especially in the lives of the bride and groom. There are so many things to think about such as the venue, food, guest list, and cake. While getting all of these in order, you should not overlook the importance of a great tie. All eyes would be on you, and for that reason, you have to sport the best tie. In this article, we would be sharing the best wedding ties you should add to your closet in preparation for the big day. Pick a tie that matches the color scheme: Your bride and her bridesmaids will most likely have their preferred color schem
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  2. For all of you WW (or wannabe WW) gals out there, I have attached an excel spreadsheet that is both a journal and a points calculator. The journal has room for every meal and it's Points value for 10 weeks. On each sheet there is also the points calc. Just plug in cals, fat, and fiber and Voila! I like using this to keep track of things when I don't want to be paying for the online journal or meetings. It should be ready to print if you would rather do your journaling offline. Also, even if you don't pay for WW, you can register and use their message boards for free. They are
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  3. So, this will be another one of those venting it all out topic but it won't be the last one (Well last one done by me)😂. I got engaged back in the August bank holiday last year when covid restrictions were lifted. I knew this problem would occur so I wanted to get things rolling with my group of friends asap. I have 2 sets of friends that I plan on inviting to my DW (Next year). The first group are from the UK and the other group is from the other side of the world. Before I get started, we are planning our DW as normal with the hope that covid will be as less impact as possible.
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