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Richard Lindsay (lrdl3535)

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I have been writing online now for many years. My articles can be found on many writing websites across the Internet. Writing is a great way to pass the time and to inform others on various subjects. I hope you find the following posts interesting and informative.

 

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  • Building a Nest for Your Plants
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    Building a Nest for Your Plants

    7 months ago

    Growing plants can be complicated to explain to children. But it can be a lot simpler when it is compared to a bird building a nest. Planting is as simple as building a nest for your plants.

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
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    Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome

    7 months ago

    Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) is a genetic condition that affects the connective tissues in the body. Collagen is present, but defective. It doesn't hold the body together the way it should.

  • Gardening In Small Areas
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    Gardening In Small Areas

    7 months ago

    Gardening in small areas can be a challenge at time. But there are things that can help gardening to be less challenging. Small containers and low maintenance watering are just two of those things.

  • How to Avoid Halloween Weight Gain
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    How to Avoid Halloween Weight Gain

    7 months ago

    Here are some tips to help you avoid overdoing it this Halloween, with some very timely meditations on self-control and the value of treating yourself, too.

  • Nut and Fruit Trees for Hot Dry Climates
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    Nut and Fruit Trees for Hot Dry Climates

    7 months ago

    Fruit and nut trees are a good addition to any yard. They provide shade during the summer months. They are also great for wind protection where needed. The fruit and nuts are just an added bonus.

  • African Filter Shrimp
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    African Filter Shrimp

    7 months ago

    The African Filter shrimp (scientific name: Atya gabonensis), otherwise known as the Giant African Filter, Cameroon Fan, Viper, or Vampire shrimp, is a very desirable invertebrate among collectors.

  • Reusing Grey Water for the Lawn and Garden
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    Reusing Grey Water for the Lawn and Garden

    7 months ago

    Recycling household water is nothing new to many people. It is simply finding ways to drain water from sinks, showers, and washing machines. Then finding the right plants to put the water onto.

  • Radishes in the Garden
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    Radishes in the Garden

    7 months ago

    Radishes have several uses that people may not know about. They can be used as food in salads, pickled, and as an alternative medicine. Everything can be used from the root to flowers that it grows.

  • Choosing A Bird As A Pet
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    Choosing A Bird As A Pet

    7 months ago

    Birds are a good choice for a pet for those who don't have a lot of space. But choosing the right one is the most important part of the process.

  • Managing Diabetes Naturally
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    Managing Diabetes Naturally

    8 months ago

    Many people are able to control their diabetes without medication. Borderline diabetes or those in the early stages can control it with diet and supplements.

  • Raising Pigeons
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    Raising Pigeons

    7 months ago

    Raising pigeons can be done for profit, food, or just as a hobby. Whatever the reason there are many different types to choose from. Some are inexpensive while others are priced for the hobbyists.

  • Foods That will Help Fight Candida
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    Foods That will Help Fight Candida

    7 months ago

    Candida in the body can lead to many health problems. However, there are some foods that may help fight this common fungus. Diet can play an important part in preventing and fighting Candida.

  • Avoiding behavior problems in autistic children
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    Avoiding behavior problems in autistic children

    8 months ago

    Behavior problems often go together with autism, although not all the time. For those that do struggle with behavior, it can be frustrating for the caregivers as well as for the child.

  • Animals of the African rainforests
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    Animals of the African rainforests

    8 months ago

    The second largest rainforest in the entire world, the Congo River basin is home to 300 reptile species, 1,150 different types of birds, 11,000 varieties of plant life and 200 types of amphibians.

  • How to explain an autism diagnosis to family
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    How to explain an autism diagnosis to family

    8 months ago

    Any time parents find out their child has been affected by a disorder or other type disability, it's devastating. They worry about the child's future and his ability to be an active member of society.

  • Hidden benefits of homeschooling
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    Hidden benefits of homeschooling

    7 months ago

    Parents have numerous reasons for wanting to teach their children at home, and feel the benefits far outweigh the time and commitment they give to providing an education at home.

  • RV Homeschooling
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    RV Homeschooling

    7 months ago

    One of the benefits of homeschooling is the ability to use life to teach important concepts normally reserved for a classroom. Teaching children that we can also learn from life.

  • Best Pet For A Novice Owner
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    Best Pet For A Novice Owner

    7 months ago

    Deciding to bring a pet home to live with the family is a big decision. The cost of the animal and it's housing, along with food costs, are important things to consider when determining the best pet.

  • Robert Duvall
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    Robert Duvall

    7 months ago

    Robert Duvall has been an acclaimed actor since the 60s. Critic Elaine Mancini says of Duvall, "the most technically proficient, the most versatile, and the most convincing actor on the screen in the

  • Prickly Pear Cactus
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    Prickly Pear Cactus

    7 months ago

    Prickly Pear Cactus or Nopales is a very common vegetable in local markets. It is easy to grow in just about any soil condition. The cactus is edible and can be eaten raw or cooked.

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