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CHICKS DIG... SNAPCHAT

 

 

 

 

Ladies love Snapchat.

 

The app lets users send self-destructing images and videos to others and has gotten a reputation as an app that's best used for sexting. It's also now becoming the texting replacement for teenagers.

 

Snapchat's CEO revealed that 70 percent of the app's users are women.

Styleite interviewed 11 women to see how they used the app, and the majority reported that sexting wasn't their thing. Instead, they sent funny notes and pictures of interesting places.

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CYBERSCAMMERS ON BLACK FRIDAY, CYBER MONDAY

 

 

Cyberscammers are already working on taking advantage of you on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. 

 

The cybercriminals have begun to flood e-mail, social media postings and search results with tainted web links, offers for worthless products and pitches for all variety of scams.

About one in 10 recipients of holiday-themed scams click on a poisoned link, or fill out a bogus form. 

 

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TIPS TO SURVIVE BLACK FRIDAY... IF YOU MUST

 

According to an expert, if you are going out shopping on Black Friday, make sure you bring the right comfy shoes and bring snacks. 

 

The expert came up with some useful tips for the big shopping day, including:

 

-- Use the check-out counters at specific sections of stores like the electronics section at Target and get vouchers for doorbusters. 

 

-- Wear the proper clothes so you aren't too hot or too cold

 

-- And have family and friends help so you can get several items at once.

 

 

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10 GIFTING RULES TOTALLY MEANT TO BE BROKEN

 

1. Taking off the price tag.

Listen, maybe every once in a while, someone needs to know what you mean to them… in the amount of a "casual mistake."

 

2. Re-gifting.
If it's in perfect-looking enough condition, what's wrong with a little secret attempt to be "sustainable?"

 

3. Giving your most coveted wish list item to someone else.
It's an ingenious little experiment in "testing the merchandise" before you make your own investment.

 

4. Giving gifts beyond "the basics."
How dare anyone accuse you of not being thoughtful! No matter what anyone says, underwear and socks should be flowing like water because one day someone will love you for coming through in the clutch.

 

5. Going on a total spree.
When you or the person you love checks out that holiday season credit card bill, just remind them you went on a tear for a higher purpose: POINTS, POINTS, POINTS.

 

6. Guesstimating.
If you round a size down on fashion items for your friends and loved ones, you could end up looking so flattering.

 

7. Really going for it without prior permission.
Why not get your little cousin a pet without asking your aunt and uncle first? It'll make them REALLY happy — isn't that what actually matters?

 

8. Deflecting when you get something weird you don't want.
Being gracious is one thing but let's face it, if you're also taught that honesty is the best policy, try it around the tree this year and see what happens.

 

9. Being subtle about your biggest wish list item.

Go full court press without your family and friends actually finding out for a while. Drop some hints and associations in the few weeks before the holiday frenzy, then at zero hour, outright see if they've been catching on.

 

10. Keeping monograms classy.
You can make anything personal with the skills of a little engraving! But maybe have a little fun this time to turn the prepster style on its head or "send a message" to someone for whom you didn't really want to have to shop.

 

 

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8 TIPS FOR SURVIVING DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY DURING THE HOLIDAYS

 

1. Try to schedule a theater or dance performance either the night before or the day of the holiday--In major cities across the United States, many shows are on during Thanksgiving and Christmas. If there is no live theater, go to a movie theater and watch a film. You can do this alone or extend an invitation to a neighbor or business colleague who may be spending the holidays alone.

 

2. Go on a trip out of town--There are many cruises or day trips during this season.

 

3. Join a community group such as the YMCA--or take a photography or art class that has planned activities on or just before the holidays. John could take a class photographing trees and turning those pictures into holiday cards or presents.

 

4. Organize a hike into the countryside or a park tour with a group--In major cities, there are tours every day of the week, including during the major holidays.

 

5. Go to a yoga retreat or a spa resort--Many hotels and spas have special weekend activities and rates at Thanksgiving and Christmastime.

 

6. Plan an intensive exercise routine—Hire a trainer who's free to work you out during the holiday.

 

7. Help others who are less fortunate by volunteering at a soup kitchen--One of the best ways to forget your own loneliness is to help others at shelters or hospitals. Getting "outside of ourselves" and helping others in need helps take the focus off of our own situation, circumstances, and feelings, and often delivers a significant emotional boost.

 

8. Try an AA meeting if you find yourself drinking too much--AA and NA (Narcotics Anonymous) are immediate communities that help people deal with alcohol or drug abuse, which may be covering up negative feelings at this time of year.

 

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APPS ARE TRACKING BEST HOLIDAY BARGAINS

There are several apps that can make holiday shopping easier.

RedLaser lets you scan barcodes while you're shopping and will tell you if the product is cheaper somewhere else.

PoachIt is a button you install on your smartphone or tablet. Anytime you're on a product page online, click the button and it will tell you whether there's any coupon codes associated with the item or track it and send you an e-mail when it goes on sale.

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April 2nd

The Arts Council of Central Louisiana will conclude its first season of Abendmusik Alexandria with “Jacques Offenbach, the Cellist.” Cellists Paul Christopher and Milovan Paz will play six of Offenbach’s cello duets at Abendmusik at 6 PM on April 2 at the Hearn Stage at the Kress Theatre.

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30th Annual Ruth Butler Memorial Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday April 4th

10am

John Davidson Park

Bring a basket with 3 dyed hard boiled eggs and a friend. Refreshments & candy for ages 1 to 12


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