Sometimes we get so tired of dating that we just want to be done with it, rush into the next thing: the relationship. If you're looking for a guy, look at his father and how he treated his mother etc., and look at his mother to see what he expects from you; it will tell you everything you need to know. People are very unreliable self-reporters. Be hot, sexy and open to try new things. If you can find time to watch or read the news, you'll have more topics floating around your mind. Keep the conversation light and amusing, no answer is the wrong one! Make sure that your body language is open and that you look approachable. Utherwize u luk lik a dum ass. Heart pendant: Girls love heart pendants so give a pendant dating website to her. Don't be afraid to hold his hand across the table, especially if he initiates the contact. Tile: Get a picture of yours and her printed on a wall tile. When it comes to dating, Avgitidis sees many people get hung up on one specific person rather than branching out. You'd never behave this way in person, so don't do it online. Do they seem to have the same mind as you about having or not having kids, about pursuing a career, about volunteering overseas for five years? Isn't that the reason we kids lie to our parents? When cold water is added your and hers picture will appear on the sipper. Don't pine away for someone who is too busy for you. Pair off a blouse with a smart pencil skirt and wear some funky jewelry to give people something to comment on. He will probably be happy that you have an interest in his life. Be yourself. She just needs you to be safe. You will need to know the relationship status of others in these environs of course but if you're participating in something you're enjoying doing anyway, what's the rush? A quick little text to say good night is good, but don't call her to make sure she got home safely. If he's been checking you out the whole time, be bold. If you know she is willing, you can slowly run your hand along the top of her leg then down along her thigh.

Fall Food and Kitchen Deals

October 18, 2012

There’s a tradition in my family that started a few years ago that still somewhat confuses me.

Some out-of-town relatives decided that Halloween was the ideal time to come for a visit, so no matter what day the holiday falls on, we can be sure that we’ll have company.

Don’t get me wrong; we love our family visitors, but Halloween never really seemed like a family-gathering occasion to me. Now it has grown to include not only our out of town guests, but a few family friends as well.

I love planning a get together, but when that get together falls on a work night and school night, things get a bit tricky. Especially when a meal is involved. (Something tells me my boss wouldn’t appreciate it if I left early that day to go make dinner and get the goodies ready for the kids.)

Last year I stumbled across a really fun Halloween recipe for stuffed peppers carved to look like jack-o-lanterns. They were a huge hit, but this year I needed to find something a bit less complicated (and with my basic cooking skills, I’m looking for REALLY simple, folks!) and I think I’m in luck!

Chili recipe | KickItBack | Cash back shopping

Image courtesy of allrecipes user: Darcey55

This year for the Random Family Halloween gathering, I’ll be making a big batch of Pumpkin Turkey Chili!

Wait! Come back here!

I know it sounds weird, but the recipe promises to take only 30 minutes, and I can even chop up some of the ingredients the night before, so hopefully I can trim that time frame down even more.

But here’s the kicker: My kitchen is woefully stocked and I have even had friends come over and bring their own knives and cutting boards because they know they’ll never find what they need at our place.

But where I lack in kitchen prowess, I excel in online shopping skillz! (Yes, I meant to spell that with a ‘Z’! My skills are just THAT amazing!)

I have to give KickItBack much of that credit, though. Sure, there are a ton of people out there who shop at Macys.com, Walmart.com and Target.com, but not all of them are doing it while earning cash back on their purchases.

I am on the hunt for a nice large skillet. Not the most exciting thing to purchase online, but if I can score a good deal and avoid driving around town (while paying over $4.00 a gallon in gas) then I’m IN!

Macy’s.com

While my cooking skills may be meager, I still know the value of a good brand. Macy’s is currently having a promotion where all non-stick Calphalon cookware is 20% off until 10/27.
Macy's | KickItBack |Cash back shoppingCheck out this little beauty: The Calaphon Contemporary Nonstick Bronze Covered 5 Qt. Saute Pan, now on sale for $99.99 until Oct. 20.

Stay cool handle? Check!
Oven safe up to 450 degrees? Double check!

Wait a minute. Is a ‘saute pan’ the same thing as a ‘large skillet’? Shoot…I’m already feeling out of my element, but I still think this pretty bronze baby would be a HUGE upgrade to my kitchen paraphernalia.

When I shop at Macys.com with KickItBack, I can also earn 1.5% cash back on my purchase. Now that’s a PAN-tastic deal! (Pan-puns = Awesome.)

Target.com

Target features the Kitchen Essentials by Calaphon brand and had lots of pans that qualify for free shipping if your purchase is $50 or more.

Target | KickItBack | Cash back shoppingI like the 12’’ nonstick jumbo frying pan for $49.99, even though I’ll still need to add something else to my cart to qualify for that free shipping. Tricky, tricky, Target. But I forgive you. I’m sure my kitchen could use a new spatula or two while I’m on my mission to beef up my kitchen.

Plus, since I’m earning 1.5% cash back when I shop with KickItBack, online shopping just puts me in a spectacular mood.

Speaking of spectacular, did you know they make such a thing as a personal pie maker?

Target | KickItBack | Cash back shoppingThe Bella Four Slice Pie Maker comes in a cheery shade of red and can knock out four mini pies in one electronic miracle baking session!

It’s available at Target for $27.99 and I think it may be just what I need to impress those out-of-town Halloween guests!

Sure, pumpkin turkey chili may sound strange, but there’s got to be some bonus points I could earn for personal apple pies served up for dessert, right?

Happy autumn, everyone!

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