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Building a Redlands Bride

Published: Apr. 20, 2018

I, like many others, used to fantasize about my wedding day. I was going to be in a mermaid-style dress, with whimsical flowing hair, barefoot on the beach, sunflowers everywhere, and the most handsome man waiting for me at the end of the aisle.

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Getting the Invitations Just Right

Published: Apr. 13, 2018

Invitations can seem like an odd thing to fixate on, but in reality, they are a guest’s first impression of what’s in store for them at your wedding. It might be a small detail for some, but it sets the tone for your big day, and you want to be able to get it right. For the all-local wedding in this blog series, we went with Citrograph Printing Company, which is the longest running printing company in California! Let me explain how we got there…

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Starting Your Relationship With a Jeweler

Published: Apr. 06, 2018

Wedding rings are a big deal.

The gown will get packed away. The flowers will die. Sometimes you’ll look at the photos.

But you will wear your rings every day for the rest of your life.

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Finding the Perfect Wedding Venue in Redlands

Published: Mar. 30, 2018

Redlands can feel like the kind of place where you know every good spot in town. You’ve found the best burrito place, you know exactly where to get your morning coffee, and maybe you’ve even been to some beautiful weddings in town. The thing about Redlands (or any small town, really) is that it’s the best place in the world to discover hidden gems, and wedding venues around town are no exception.

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An All-Local Wedding Calls For an All-Local Wedding Planner

Published: Mar. 21, 2018

Choosing a wedding planner comes so early in the process, that the only thing you have to choose first is the person to marry.

The planner is going to facilitate everything and be everything -- sometimes therapist, bodyguard, dry cleaning runner, seamstress, cake server….

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5 Tips for Better Arguments

Published: Mar. 05, 2018

Whether you disagree on how the toilet paper roll goes on or whose parents’ house you’re going to for the holidays; couples argue. Disagreements are a natural part of any relationship so I want to share my 5 tips on having better arguments.

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Five Important Things to Know About Your Coverage

Published: Feb. 22, 2018

During open enrollment in the fall, insurance companies hire part-time employees, which doesn’t help with service, particularly for those with individual plans who need to speak with someone for assistance, Donovan said. And that’s where having an insurance agent makes all the difference, Bernardini added. Medical groups know agents drive memberships through health plans to them, he explained.

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9 Shocking Statistics About LGBTQIA Youth

Published: Feb. 19, 2018

Americans are becoming more accepting in their views of LGBT people and homosexuality in general. Perhaps as a result of this growing acceptance, the number of people who identify as LGBT in surveys is also rising. About 10 million people, or 4.1 percent of the U.S. adult population, identified as LGBT in 2016, according to the latest estimates from Gallup.

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Five Myths About Mental Health

Published: Feb. 19, 2018

Therapy should not be a scary word but because of society’s stigmas about mental health, it continues to keep people from taking care of themselves.

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The Six Best Gifts a Pet Owner Can Give a Pet

Published: Feb. 17, 2018

We asked Furry Face owner Lorin Grow to name the top best gives pet owners can get for their pets, expecting to hear about the Lamb Chop squeaky doll (a big hit at our house) and some chewy tendon braids.

She said, not even close.

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Coops Coins assesses value, knows history of collectibles

Published: Feb. 16, 2018

Any customer who does come into the store nestled in the downtown on Redlands Boulevard is met by a smorgasbord of history. There are the coins, some ancient, dating back before the birth of Jesus Christ. Paper money from across the globe sits on a desk and fills display cases. Stamps of all sizes and colors sit in paper envelopes, waiting for attentive eyes.

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5 Reasons to Visit Ranch Market

Published: Feb. 15, 2018

The store's motto is "Autenticamente fresco con amibilidad" -- which is Spanish for "authentically fresh with friendliness." Inside the store, there is a panaderia (Spanish for bakery), a café with a vast assortment of Mexican dishes, and of course, there are freshly made tortillas and chips, which are often still carried out steaming inside their bags because of their warm freshness.

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