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1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime CashCo and Wesupportu Free Breast Exam event Screening for breast cancer is not just important in October, but all year long.  It should be a habit, and one that may very well save our life. We at CashCo care about your health, that´s why…

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Reunited at CashCo

The story began three years ago in 2012; when Edward and Michaela began their relationship. But to make this long story short… we’ll begin back on February 2015. Edward decided to propose to his girlfriend at the time; Michaela. He found the perfect ring and did everything he could in order to purchase and propose.…

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Get Feng Shui with Sustainable Style

Photo Courtesy of www.theredphoenixfengshui.com How change works for all of us How often do you switch your furniture out? Too many times? Not as often as you’d like?  Or if you are a first time buyer and don’t know what you want or have a lot of money to spend, here is ONE simple solution…

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Second hand doesn’t mean second best

How you can support Reusable Gold Jewelry and be Eco Friendly A few years ago, I got engaged to my best friend. We were the perfect match for each other because we could agree on just about everything.  When it came time to buy our wedding bands we knew how we wanted to buy them…

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How You Can Change Someone’s Life with a Story

What’s your story? Everyone has a story. Sometimes the people we least expect have the most powerful stories to share. In today’s busy culture, many business owners forget that the best way to develop a meaningful relationship with customers is to really listen to what they’re saying. To get to know them as human beings…

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What it Means to be Part of a Community

When my family first moved to Spain, instead of living in the city center, we decided to live in a small village outside of the city. It was a beautiful region, but friends warned us that the locals would treat us like outsiders. We quickly became part of village life. There was a village square…

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