Deplorable Lack of Disability Awareness at Paralympics: Guide Dog Left Behind

Gonna be on my soapbox for a minute. You would think, at an event created especially for the disabled, that organizers would have a pretty good handle on what people of different abilities need. But check out this story from David Wharton in the LA Times. (Read the whole story at that link. Excerpt below.) … Continue reading Deplorable Lack of Disability Awareness at Paralympics: Guide Dog Left Behind


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7 Simple End-of-Summer Recipes

Sweet Corn and Black Bean Quinoa Salad

If you ask me, Summer does not end until the official first day or fall, which is September 22nd. But my kids are now back in school and (sniff, sniff) I can feel August flying by. I am one of those people who soaks up every last ounce of summer until the bitter end, which means making as many summer meals and treats as I can. So today, I thought I’d share some of my favorites. Just click on the images (or links below them) them to check them out.

Summertime Watermelon and Feta Guacamole Dip

10 Simple Summertime Recipes
Jasmine Rice, Lentil, and Red Quinoa Tacos

Guacamole and Black Bean Pizza (via Bubby and Bean)

We still have a month left people. I hope these recipes help you enjoy the rest of the best season!

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National Spoil Your Dog Day

Although all dog lovers (and, no doubt, their four-legged family members) know that every day should be National Spoil Your Dog Day, August 10th is a date set aside to pamper your pup even more than…

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Our Family Vacation to Disney World and Clearwater

Clearwater Beach
It’s been a long time since I’ve shared a travel post here, both because we purposely halted all travel plans from March 2020 until a couple of months ago due to the pandemic, and because I share most of my personal adventures on my Instagram account these days. But a couple of weeks ago we took a family vacation to Florida and it was genuinely one of the best trips I’ve ever taken, so I wanted to share some of the pictures we took along the way. (I’ve share a couple of fun Reels/videos of the trip on my Instagram as well.)
Toy Story Land Woody
Walt Disney World Cinderella's Castle
We started off at Disney World, something my husband and I admittedly dreaded. We just didn’t think Disney would be our jam, but we knew how much it meant to our kids. Well, guess what? We were wrong. So wrong. We both loved our Disney experience almost as much at the kids did, and definitely plan to go back. (Side note: I’ll be sharing a post soon with tips for Disney first timers, like we were.) We stayed on site and visited 3 parks in 3 days. It was hot and exhausting and magical and so, so fun.

Art of Animation Resort
Cinderella's Royal Table Restaurant

For the second part of our trip, we went to Clearwater Beach, where we visited two years ago. It was admittedly more crowded this time, but we still absolutely loved it. Clearwater Beach is consistently named one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and, while very touristy, the town is cute and fun as well. We visited our beloved Clearwater Marine rescue aquarium, but spent most of the time in the ocean or pool, or just relaxing. It was a really nice way to decompress after Disney World.
Clearwater Beach Ocean
Clearwater Marine Aquarium
It was a little weird to be traveling again. My husband has been back on tour with the band since April so he was used to it, but I definitely had low grade anxiety. We made what we hoped were responsible choices, and thankfully no one got sick. 

It’s fun to share snapshots of our lives here sometimes, and maybe I’ll do it more often. It reminds me of the early days of blogging (Bubby and Bean is in its 11th year!), when it was more like journaling. Sometimes I wish we could bring that back. 

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Czy w SEO można mieć szybko super efekty?

Czy w SEO można mieć szybko super efekty?

Oczywiście, że można – jedyny problem to odpowiednio się do tego przygotować. Ale po kolei…

W SEO, jeśli chce się być dobrym, trzeba dużo testować – to chyba fakt oczywisty dla każdego seowca. Dlatego wpadliśmy na pomysł, żeby testować dużo więcej niż zawsze, i to jeszcze testować inaczej niż zwykle.

No więc testowaliśmy: całą drugą połowę 2020 roku i kilka miesięcy 2021 roku. Jasnym jest, że wiele testów nie wypaliło, kilka miało dziwne wyniki, ale najważniejsze jest to, że kilka testów udało się
w 100%.

Co ważniejsze powtarzanie tych czynności przynosi zawsze te same wyniki – nadzwyczaj dobre. Co z nich wynika? Jest

O autorytecie i zaufaniu domeny można znaleźć wiele informacji na zagranicznych blogach:
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Na mityczny autorytet domeny wpływa bardzo dużo czynników. Jednak nie uda się tego zrobić bez prawidłowej budowy struktury strony. Odpowiedniej optymalizacji i strategii fraz kluczowych.

Jak to wygląda w praktyce? Oczywiście wszystkiego nie powiemy ale zapraszam do zapoznania się z nowymi osiągnięciami naszej agencji.

Jest początek miesiąca pokazujemy nasze bieżące wyniki.

Przykłady pozycjonowania sklepów internetowych:

Przykłady stron o zasięgu ogólnopolskim:

I na koniec wisienka na torcie, przykład wzrostów (organic) – rozpoczęliśmy współpracę z klientem 14 kwietnia 2021 roku.

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Celebrate Snoopy’s Birthday, August 10

From his first appearance in a four-panel Peanuts comic strip at the start of the 1950s to 21st century stardom on the silver screen, thanks to the character of Snoopy generations…

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Czy SEO też ma wakacje?

Sezon ogórkowy w pełni. W wielu branżach okres letni może kojarzyć się z lekkim zastojem. W biznesie internetowym również można to zaobserwować, szczególnie jeśli chodzi o niektóre usługi. Jednak nie oznacza to, że podczas wakacji lub “poza sezonem” nie warto działać nad poprawą widoczności w Sieci. Korzyści w pozycjonowaniu w okresie wakacyjnym można odczuć nie tylko jeśli chodzi o branżę hotelarską, czy też turystyczną.

My ciężko pracujemy nawet w wakacje. Staramy się, żeby nasi klienci byli widoczni w Sieci, szczególnie Ci, którzy dopiero zdecydowali się na współpracę z nami. Wzrosty w puli organicznych fraz kluczowych najlepiej oddadzą wykresy, które zamieszczamy w tym wpisie. Są to nasi nowi klienci, którym bardzo zależało, żeby szybko zwiększyć widoczność na wiele słów kluczowych i rzeczywiście się to nam udało.

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No Pet Store Puppies Day

“How Much is That Doggie in The Window?”  When Patti Page’s hit single was released back in 1953 the lyrics simply described the way that most people met their four-legged…

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7 Tips for Making Travel with Kids More Eco-Friendly

8 Tips For Eco-Friendly Travel With Kids

This post is in partnership with Samsonsite but all opinions are my own.

I’m starting this off with two disclaimers. 1. The travel-themed photos in this post are a couple of years old, but they fit so well with what I’m sharing today that I had to use them. 2. I’ve shared some of these tips before, but it seemed like the perfect time to revisit, because as you’re reading this, I will be on my first real trip (by plane) since January 2020! It is also the first time my kids, who are normally frequently travelers themselves, will have traveled by plane in over two years.

Traveling itself can be incredibly wasteful and harmless for the environment, but when you add kids to it, making eco-conscious choices is even more challenging. There are more messes, more requests for quick food, more stops, more garbage, and just general excess that ultimately isn’t very good for the earth. But I’ve found that a few simple things can make the difference and create a trip with the earth in mind.
8 Tips For Eco-Friendly Travel With Kids

1. Take reusable water bottles. 

Disposable water bottles are terrible for the environment, and they’re everywhere. We always bring one of our own reusable bottles for each of us, whether we’re driving or flying. We fill them up in the drinking fountains at the airport, and if we’re traveling by car, we either fill them at stops along the way or bring a big water jug along with us. It’s a great lesson for the kids too, who often reach for the disposable bottles when they see them.

2. Pack snacks from home. We fill reusable containers with snacks for both air and land travel, and for road trips we also bring fruit and sandwiches we make at home. The packaging alone from airport snack shops and/or fast food restaurants is incredible wasteful, and you’ll say some money too.

3. Bring a stroller. Obviously this will only work with little ones, but the great thing about strollers is that you can walk farther and longer than if you’re trying to go on foot with toddlers or preschoolers. And walking is always the best mode of transportation to explore your destination when you’re trying to be eco-conscious. If you have a baby or toddler, a carrier or sling works too.  

8 Tips For Eco-Friendly Travel With Kids

4. Choose eco-friendly luggage. 

My advice is to either invest in really great quality luggage that you’ll have for years and years, and/or to get luggage made with eco-friendly materials. I love my Samonsite ECO-Nu suitcases. Their fabric, including the lining, is made completely from post-consumer recycled plastic bottles. Choosing eco-conscious luggage has been a great way to teach our kids the importance of making green choices when purchases travel supplies. 
5. Turn off the lights and down the thermostat. We are so good about this at home, but I’ve noticed that when we stay at hotels, we are more forgetful about doing these things when we get out. Now we have our lights set on a timers, and we got a Nest thermostat, which allows us to control it from an app remotely.

6. Visit natural places. Sure, my kids love loud, fancy mega kiddie/family fun center type places (I mean, we were just at Disney), but they honestly love forest preserves and state/national parks (which are infinitely less wasteful) and just as much (if not more). We took my daughter to the Grand Canyon when she was 16 months old and she still regularly asks to see pictures from it! Even if we’re just taking a day trip to another town, we get outside and explore nature and other unique characteristics of where we are. It’s amazing what you can find and all of the ways you can teach your kids about the environment that way. I read that people tend to care more about issues if they have personal connection to them, so this is an ideal way to encourage your little ones to care about the earth from an early age.

8 Tips For Eco-Friendly Travel With Kids

7. Choose local. Shop locally. Eat locally (especially at places like farmer’s market and food trucks, or farm-to-table and/or organic restaurants). On top of the fact that choosing local is almost always better for the environment because the carbon emissions are much less than products that have to travel far to reach you, your kids will be excited to visit places that are different than familiar chains or that they’re used to frequenting at home.

For those of you back traveling again who want to make sustainable choices on your trips, I hope these tips help. Happy (and safe!) travels!

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