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Blog Connections is a personal general blog that shares topics about travel and trips, house and home, gardening, health issues, gadgets, photography, women, shopping, computers and anything that comes out of the Author's mind. It is simply blogging for anything and maybe everything. Enjoy browsing here!

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Photobucket Ruby is a down-to-earth, friendly and outgoing person. She loves the beauty of life and nature. She loves gardening, cooking, shopping, gadgets and more. Traveling around the world is one of her greatest dreams and she is thankful that it is slowly coming true. Blogging for everything is one of her passions! Her fave motto, "Life is boring without challenges and adventure". Enjoy your stay here! Thanks for your visit.

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Wednesday

Secluded Tranquility at Beavers Bend Log Cabins

Beavers Bend State Park is one of the most beautiful mountainous regions in Oklahoma. You can enjoy all the outdoor recreation available on Broken Bow Lake and the Mountain Fork River when you take advantage of beavers bend state park cabin rentals. The beautiful rustic décor and spacious rooms are in a secluded area and provide a luxury vacation rental for affordable prices. The cabins are located on 65 acres with a private stocked fishing pond, disc golf course and spectacular natural beauty.

No Extra Fees

The daily rate for each cabin includes everything you need. There are no extra fees for having your cabin cleaned, your sheets and towels washed, using the resort facilities or for other amenities offered at the resort. Beavers Bend State Park cabin rentals have pet-friendly cabins and offer specials and discounts throughout the year.

Sunday

Shop for Wigs at Divatress

“Sponsored post. All opinions are mine.” 

Happy Sunday everyone! The last weekend of the January is almost over in this part of the planet. It is already Monday in the other side of the globe and I hope you are all having a wonderful start of the year. I can't complain and all I want is good health always for family, loveones and friends near and far. My last weekend is quite busy but also memorable. I spent my Saturday afternoon with friends. That was full of fun, laughter and my tummy was also happy with the yummy foods.

Tuesday

The Do’s and Dont’s of Traveling

Are you going on a trip soon or are currently planning one? If so, then it is important to take some things into consideration. It is easy to get excited about your trip and not take notice of important things you should and should not do. It is always better to plan ahead and be safe than sorry later. Therefore, keep reading to discover some helpful suggestions of what to do and what not to do the next time you head out to travel.



The days leading up to a vacation can be stressful and also filled with anticipation, but there are definitely things you need to do before you leave your home. Do make sure you clean out your fridge. The last thing you want is to come home to smelly or gross food in your fridge that is expired. Do make sure to take out the garbage everywhere in your home.

Monday

Practical Tips in Buying A Car

 *Sponsored Post*
I have been driving a car  for over ten years now. I was forced to get my driving license when I was hired for a job. I could remember the first year working without driving a car. It was really difficult especially walking on cold and  snowy nights after work. Well, I had shift work that time and sad to say, I really find it very difficult when you are not flexible because you are not driving.  Besides, you cannot always ask  people  to drive you to work. I am very  thankful  now, I enjoy the freedom of driving my own car.

I may not be an expert with regards to buying cars but here are some practical  tips according to my own experiences.

Tuesday

Better Detection of Parasitic Disease

Invasion by parasites can cause all sorts of diseases and disorders that require very specific treatment to heal. Parasites can enter the body through foods, fluids and bloodstream. They are more common in certain regions of the world where sanitation and clean water are questionable. Lower standards on food preparation and sources can also be a huge problem. Patients may require testing to find out if they have become sick from parasitic influence.

Increased World Travel

The digital age has helped increase the opportunities for world travel. Friends are made online and business is conducted in the world market daily. These all open windows of opportunity to spread wings and fly off to some very exotic locations. A few of these locations can spell danger to the health of all who travel there. Drinking and bathing in the water can put you at risk for the intake of parasites into your body. Being bit by parasites can also set the stage for disease. The patient may not even show symptoms until days after returning.

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