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Product Recommendation: Dunkin Donuts Coffee

As a former Mainer, I have had my love affair with Dunkin Donuts coffee. I still remember my order, large coffee, light cream, no sugar. It was a big winner while working those winter nights at AAA, dispatching emergency road service calls.

So, imagine my excitement when Dunkin Donuts announces that they would be selling their coffee in the grocery stores. After all, I've been living on the West coast for more than 14 years, still missing my coffee.

I had my spouse run to our local grocery store, to buy a bag. I was so excited to have a delicious afternoon cup of coffee. Man, were we disappointed! I's the Dunkin Donuts coffee I remember. And did I mention that it was $8.99 per bag.

Save your money people!

iLearn at iVillage.com - Free Online Courses

Have you heard that iVillage.com is offering free online business related courses, through iLearn? These courses are led by expert instructors, available 24/7 and you'll find a terrific selection. Right now I'm refreshing my networking knowledge, without leaving the house and completing within my busy schedule.

Improving Your Personal Networking Skills explains what networking is, how it will benefit your career and personal life and much more.

There are also courses for your personal enrichment too, like Digital Photography, Get Smart - Get Fit and Get a Grip on Your Family Budget.

Menu Plan Monday - January 14, 2008

Temps are finally rising in Las Vegas. No need for the heavy coat! But, if we're here next year I definitely will need one.

I recently joined a women's group, Moms In Business Network. It's time for this gal to get out there and do some networking. The group has a local chapter. But there are teleconferences, as well.

Now onto the Menu! Remember, just because you're a diabetic doesn't mean you can't eat delicious food.

Pork Loin with Honey and Mustard Glaze, Baked Potatoes

Tangy Chicken Wings and Salad

Leftovers

Tacos and Black Beans

Sandwiches and Soup

Tilipia and Oven Baked Fries

Where Do You Store Your Home Business Records?

If you have a home business you probably have heard this one. Place your records in a safe place, away from your home. Many self storage facilities offer small units that are perfect for recordkeeping. Our 5x5 units are only $50 the first month, Second month FREE than $35 monthly.

Shop around for affordable monthly rates and specials. And as usual this is a business expense.