Last Few Days of December 2012

* Time to De-Clutter Your Social Media
Here’s a New Year’s Resolution that will be easy to keep! Time to make your social media experience a better, less cluttered, one. I wrote this for Geek News Central.

* Save on Seasonal Produce in January
You can get the best price on produce when it is in season. Here’s a list of what fruits and vegetables to shop for in January. I wrote this for the How to Save Blog at FreeCoupons.com.

* Deals at Outback, Quizno’s, White Castle, and More!
This blog has links to coupons, and information about special offers, at a bunch of restaurants, fast food places, and more. This batch will expire on different dates scattered through January of 2013. I wrote this for the Deals Blog at Families.com.

* Deals at Carl’s Jr., Long John Silvers, White Castle, and More!
This blog also has links to coupons, and information about special offers, at a bunch of restaurants, fast food places, and more. This batch will expire on different dates scattered through January of 2013. I wrote this for the Deals Blog at Families.com.

* Time to Review Your Homeowners Insurance Policy
Did you get something big and expensive for Christmas? You probably should update your homeowners insurance policy to make sure that new and shiny thing is covered. This blog has links to some resources that can help you with that. I wrote this for the Insurance Blog at Families.com.

* Tips to Avoid Insurance Claims on New Year’s Eve
Don’t drink and drive. Don’t let your inebriated guests drink and drive. You could be held liable for the damages they cause after leaving your party! This blog has some common sense tips for avoiding New Year’s Eve related insurance claims. I wrote this for the Insurance Blog at Families.com.

* Court Grants Temporary Injunction From Birth Control Mandate
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, in Chicago, has granted a temporary injunction against the birth control mandate for one construction company called Korte & Luitjohan Contractors. This means that family that owns the business will be allowed to exclude coverage for birth control in the health plans offered to (some) workers, and won’t have to pay a fine for doing that. Key word: temporary. I wrote this for the Insurance Blog at Families.com.

* Tips for Women Who Want Contraception Coverage
Are you a women who wants to use birth control? Do you also want it covered by your health plan (as the law requires)? Here’s some tips to help you get that. Women who are working for religious employers – who are fighting the law requiring coverage for all FDA approved forms of birth control – can find advice here. I wrote this for the Insurance Blog at Families.com.

* Utah Genealogy Resources
This blog is part of my series about the genealogy resources for each state. I have focused on Utah for this one. I wrote this for the Genealogy Blog at Families.com.

* Vermont Genealogy Resources
This blog is also part of my series about the genealogy resources for each state. In this one, I focused on Vermont. I wrote this for the Genealogy Blog at Families.com.

* Virginia Genealogy Resources
This, too, is part of my series about the genealogy resources for each state. This one is focused on Virginia. I wrote this for the Genealogy Blog at Families.com.

* Washington Genealogy Resources
Yet another blog that is part of my series about the genealogy resources for each state. This one focuses on Washington. I wrote this for the Genealogy Blog at Families.com.

* A Pill for Celiac Disease?
Yes, it appears that two different groups of researchers are working on one. No, it isn’t ready yet, and no, it won’t actually cure celiac disease. I wrote this for the Special Needs Blog at Families.com.

* Mother Writes Lovely Blog About her Preemie
A mom is writing a blog about, (and for), her son, Everett, who was born 15 weeks premature. The blog is called Micro-Preemie to Miracle, and it is a beautiful blog! I wrote this for the Special Needs Blog at Families.com.

* Insurance in Ohio Now Covers Autism Treatment
Medicaid, individual health plans, and health insurance plans that cover state employees in Ohio all will now cover autism treatment. Plans from companies that are self-insured, and from companies that use group plans, are exempt from this coverage. I wrote this for the Special Needs Blog at Families.com.

* Parkwood Farms Therapy Center Faces Eviction
A therapy center that offers therapeutic riding and Equine Assisted Activities to kids who have special needs has run into problems with their mortgage, and faces eviction. There is information about how you can help somewhere in the blog. I wrote this for the Special Needs Blog at Families.com.

* Court Rules School Must Reimburse Parents for Tuition
This is a really odd case! A family had a daughter who was attending a public school. She had “severe emotional and mental health issues”. The public school couldn’t provide for her needs. The parents found placement for her at a residential facility, in a different state, that could fulfill her needs. The school district balked at having to cover tuition, and the parents sued. I wrote this for the Special Needs Blog at Families.com.

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