Friday, January 30, 2009

Going to the Hospital? Beware.

Seems every time you turn around there's another scary hospital story in the news. No, it's not an urban legend, it's a fact: hospitals can be bad for your health. What can you do? Get informed. Today we bring you a guest posting from DK including "must read links" to keep you and your family safe and sound during your next hospital stay. We included a few to help you, too, just in case you have had a bad hospital experience.

Today's 10 Links a Day: A must read!

  1. Start with Trisha Torrey. Every Patient's Advocate is filled with everything you need to know before you enter the hospital.

  2. Compare hospitals in your area on HealthGrades.

  3. The Leapfrog Group provides another great hospital ratings tool.

  4. The Joint Commission accredits hospitals across the U.S. and listens to consumer complaints, too.

  5. Got an issue with care, insurance or billing? Take it to Consumer Reports

  6. The Center for Medical Consumers is a treasure chest of info.

  7. Hospital infections are rampant. Visit RID. It might just save your life.

  8. Americans Mad & Angry works to raise public awareness on hospital safety issues.

  9. The CPR lobbies for patients’ rights.

  10. Feeling swamped by this serious subject? Then stop by the HealthCare PSI BlogThis irreverent crusade for patient safety is sure to make you smile.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Social Responsibility is up to all of us!

The Internet has become an increasingly powerful tool in the world of nonprofits. There are a bevy of websites which make it easier for anyone to volunteer, donate, or otherwise help out charities. If you are someone who is looking to make this world a better place – whether it’s committing twenty hours per month to community service or donating some money to breast cancer research – here are ten websites which will make it easier for you to make a difference.

Today's 10 Links a Day: Be good to others

  1. is a free online service that enables you to donate a percentage of every online purchase you make to the nonprofit, school, or association of your choice.

  2. allows you to give small loans to entrepreneurs in need. Kiva partners with microfinance institutions all over the world, which distribute the loans and provide assistance to the entrepreneurs. The loans enable these entrepreneurs in need to start their business and eventually pay you back.

  3. Social Actions
    Social Actions makes it easy for you to make a difference. By joining the Social Actions community, you can find and share opportunities to change the world.

  4. VolunteerMatch
    VolunteerMatch brings good people and good causes together. This website offers a variety of services to nonprofits organizations, volunteers, and businesses committed to civic engagement.

  5. serves as the hub of information on news and opportunities to transform civic interest into civic action.

  6. enables people and organizations to exchange ideas and resources, locate opportunities and supporters, and take steps towards building a world where everyone can lead free and dignified lives.

  7. CoolPeopleCare
    CoolPeopleCare aims to be the online destination for people who want to make a difference. Whether you want to do simple, everyday acts or join local organizations to make the world a better place, you can find tips and information about it on CoolPeoplecare.

  8. Network for Good
    Network for Good makes it easy to donate and find volunteer opportunities through their website.

  9. Facebook Cause Application
    The Causes Application allows you to join Causes on Facebook and donate to millions of registered 501(c)3 nonprofits.

    SocialVibe is a social media tool that allows people to use their online influence to make a real difference. The more points you earn within SocialVibe, the more funds you generate for the cause of your choice.

  11. mymission2
    mymission2 is where people come to help each other achieve their goals in life, whatever they may be. It's about achieving something you couldn't otherwise achieve.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Gossip and Humps - What do they have to do with each other?

Get yourself over the hump of the work week with some flat out gossip. This is the latest post in our growing gossip series. Who knows, Gossip may just get it's own category soon!  If you have feedback for 10 Links a Day, please email us at or leave us comments below. We loveto hear from our readers.

Today's 10 Links a Day: G O S S I P

  1. Bollyscoops

  2. Staragora

  3. Superficial Gallery

  4. DailyFill

  5. Oh No They Didn't

  6. Tinsel Gurus

  7. Defamer Australia

  8. Best Week Ever

  9. Starpulse

  10. Hollywire
Click the dates below to see previous juicy Gossip posts on 10 Links a Day:
July 7, 2007
July 2, 2008
September 26, 2008
December 5, 2008

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Food Blogs - Dig in!

NYC is in the middle of restaurant week. Fabulous restaurants set up specially priced menus and open their doors with delicious, affordable selections. This event made us turn to the food blogs to get up to speed on what the latest are. Check out these yummy blogs that we are adding to one of our latest categories, Food. Dig in!

Today's 10 Links a Day: Food Blogs that Earn 5 Stars

  1. Serious Eats

  2. The 99 Cent Chef

  3. Foodie at Fifteen (now 16)

  4. Coconut & Lime

  5. Coffee & Conservation

  6. Cake Wrecks

  7. So Good

  8. epicurious

  9. Sparklette

  10. FXcuisine

Monday, January 26, 2009

Adorable Birth Announcements

Are you expecting? Know someone that is expecting? Expect to be expecting sometime in the near future? Today's post is for you. We recently had a friend give birth. She came to 10 Links a Day and wanted to see a list of birth announcements that are one step above the typical designs that are out there. Today we deliver, no pun intended, that list. Congratulations!

Today's 10 Links a Day: Adorable Birth Announcements for your little bundle

  1. tiny*prints

  2. inviting smiles

  3. InStyle cards

  4. Baby's Here

  5. small fri

  6. Stork Avenue


  8. sweet baby designs

  9. lil sweet prince

  10. hello little one

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Fashion Blogs

Wow, what a week! First we relaunch 10 Links a Day, then we inaugurate the new President... Next up - fashion. Particularly, your fashion. Now that the country is getting back on track, it's time to talk about your wardrobe. Check out these top rated fashion blogs to find out what hot and what's not.

Today's 10 Links a Day: Everyone wants to look Presidential!

  1. Daddy Likey

  2. Broke and Beautiful

  3. The Fashionisto

  4. Go Fug Yourself

  5. Altamira NYC

  6. Wendy Brandes Jewelry

  7. Sartorialist

  8. Slacker Chic

  9. Manolo's Shoe Blog

  10. Annie Spandex

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Health Products a go-go

Do you ever shop online? Sure you do – about 83% of regular internet users have bought something online. But have you ever shopped online… for health products? We’ve noticed a growing trend of online shopping for health products, from over the counter drugs to nutrition supplements, from exercise equipment to contact lenses. But the trick is to find the best prices from the most trusted sites.
(Thanks to Guest Blogger Michaela for today's post)

Today’s 10 Links a Day: Trusted price comparison sites that feature health products

  1. Yahoo! Shopping

  2. HealthPricer

  3. LensShopper

  4. MSN Shopping

  5. mySimon

  6. Google Product Search (aka Froogle)

  7. PriceRunner

  8. PriceGrabber


  10. Destination Rx

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Political Coverage

Today is the first day of a new era and the first day on the job for Barak Obama. Time to renew your hope for the USA and follow this awe inspiring man through his first 100 days on the job. The best way to follow all of the happenings is by bookmarking these politically focused blogs.

Do you have a favorite site you would like to see on 10 Links a Day? Please email us at We love hearing from our fans.

Today's 10 Links a Day: Political Blogs

  1. India Uncut

  2. Savage Politics

  3. Truthdig

  4. Foreign Policy Watch

  5. Thurber's Thoughts

  6. No Quarter

  7. From the Left

  8. American Thinker

  9. Pajama Pundit

  10. The Hook

  11. FiveThirtyEight

  12. Townhall

  13. Daily Kos

  14. Politico

Monday, January 19, 2009

Martin Luther King Jr. - "I Have A Dream..."

We only thought it was fitting to post a tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. on this holiday. This holiday should remind us all that things have come a long way over the years - thanks to the dedication and hard work of Martin Luther King Jr.. Today, take a moment to watch this life changing speech.

To learn more about MLK and the Civil rights Movement, click here

We resume normal postings on Tuesday, until then, please watch this speech.

Peace and Equality to all!

Click here for the video

Saturday, January 17, 2009

You are in the right place!

Thanks for reading 10 Links a Day. We have relaunched our site with a new look. Let us know what you think. More exciting content and minor updates to the site throughout 2009.

Drop us a line at or comment below.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Celebrate Inauguration Day 2009

Here's everything you want and need to know about this historic swearing in just a few days away. Have something to add? Please comment below.

Today's 10 Links a Day: Tuesday, January 20th 2009 Information

  1. 2009 Presidential Inauguration - Official Site

  2. Joint Congressional Committee-Inaugural Ceremonies

  3. Armed Forces Inaugural Committee

  4. US Secret Service

  5. DC Metro

  6. Presidential Inaugural Committee

  7. Click and Park

  8. Click here if you can't be near a TV and want to tune in online

  9. Weather Report for Tuesday

  10. A Guide to Inauguration Events in Washington, DC

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Travel Blogs (Part 3)

It's so cold out today! All we can think about is escaping from the tundra. Today is a tribute and also Part 3 of an ongoing series simply entitled Travel Blogs. Here's to hoping it's warmer wherever you are! If you are interested in seeing our previous Travel Blog posts, check out Part 1 and Part 2

Today's 10 Links a Day: Travel Blogs that take you to another world

  1. MyKugelhopf

  2. Folie a Deux

  3. The Asian Traveler

  4. Curious Expeditions

  5. Notes from the Road

  6. The Lost Girls

  7. LL World Tour

  8. Jaunted - The Pop Culture Travel Guide

  9. Intelligent Traveler

  10. The Cranky Flier

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Woof + Purr + Blogs

In celebration of the new first family adopting a rescue pup,  we thought it would be fun to highlight these extremely popular pet blogs.  Do you have a favorite site you would like to see highlighted on 10 Links a Day? Please email us at

Today's 10 Links a Day: Pet + Blogs = Fun

  1. Boo Casanova

  2. Simba King

  3. Doolittler

  4. Cute Overload

  5. Daisy the Curly Cat

  6. FidoJournalism

  7. Best in Flock

  8. I Can Has Cheezburger

  9. F*** You, Penguin

  10. The Daily Puppy

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Valentine's Day Travel Deals 2009

The hopeless romantic in us wants to make sure that you all know that Valentine's Day falls on a weekend this year! This is a perfect time to surprise your sweetie with a romantic getaway. Today we bring you a list of detailed Valentine's Day packages for a luxurious, long weekend away. We are still looking for other deals and have a future posting in the works that will include gift ideas. Send us your ideas:

Today's 10 Links a Day: Get-Aways for Valentine's Day

Kimpton Hotels
Promotion: Rub the One you are With
  • Deluxe overnight accommodations
  • Private one-hour massage instruction class with a personal massage therapist
  • Take-home massage kit featuring Kerstin Florian organic lavender massage oil, lavender & lemon aromatherapy candle and aromatherapy bath salts
  • Welcome bottle of champagne
  • Complimentary overnight parking
Rate: Varies based on property
Valid: February 1- March 31, 2009


Jupiter Beach, FL
Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa
  • Overnight accommodations in an ocean-view room with a king-size bed adorned with rose petals
  • Champagne and chocolate decadence dessert at turn-down
  • Couples spa treatment or two 50-minute individual treatments
Rate: Starts at $599 per night.
Valid: February 1-28, 2009

Naples, FL
Inn on Fifth
Romantic Valentine's Getaway Package: Romance on Fifth
  • Two nights in a room with a private patio; upgrade if available
  • Couples massage at the Spa on Fifth
  • Champagne and chocolate in room
  • Breakfast each morning
Rate: $874.
Valid: February 1 - March 8, 2009

Cape Cod, MA
Chatham Bars Inn
Romantic Valentine's Getaway Package: Spa Suite
  • Two nights in a spa suite
  • Welcome amenity of champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries
  • Breakfast daily
  • Couple’s massage in the privacy of your suite.
  • Take advantage of off-season rates in a brand-new spa suite.
Rate: Starts at $599 per night.
Valid: Through March 2009

New York, NY
Hotel Gansevoort
Romantic Valentine's Getaway Package
  • Early check-in
  • Dozen red roses
  • Chocolate-covered strawberries
  • Pool access and two complimentary poolside beverages
  • Bottle of chilled Moet champagne
  • Mile High Kit
  • Twister
  • Book of Erotic Games
  • Continental breakfast in Ono
  • Late check-out
Rate: Starts at $545 for a room and $765 for a suite.
Valid: February 12 - 16, 2009

Austin, TX
Four Seasons Hotel Austin
  • Two-night stay in the Congressional Suite with a balcony overlooking Lady Bird Lake
  • Private diamond consultation with diamond expert
  • Local pick up and return in a Town Car with Champagne
  • Private dinner for two with butler service and customized menu
  • Wine tasting with sommelier Mark Sayre
  • 80-minute couples massage in suite
  • Two monogrammed Four Seasons robes
  • Three dozen roses from one of Austin's top florists
  • Accompaniment by a classical guitarist/violinist during your private dinner
Rate: $6,000 for double occupancy.
Valid: February 2009

Aspen, Colorado
Hotel Jerome
Romantic Valentine's Getaway Package: Bed & Breakfast
  • Two nights in a one-bedroom suite
  • Bottle of Champagne upon arrival
  • Chocolate-covered strawberries at turndown
  • Two 50 minute in-room couples massages
  • Daily breakfast for two at either Jacob’s Corner or room service
Rate: Starts at $1,295.
Valid: January 4 - April 12, 2009

Santa Fe, NM
Inn of the Five Graces
Romantic Valentine's Getaway Package: Paint the Town Red
  • One night's accommodations
  • Passionate fruit cocktail
  • Chocolate-covered cherries and blush Champagne
  • Red rose bath salts sprinkled in a staff-drawn bath
  • Frette bathrobes
  • Red Turkish slippers
  • Red incense coils to burn
  • Two red-thread eternity bracelets
Rate: $555 per night.
Valid: Ongoing


Phoenix, Arizona
JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa
Romantic Valentine's Getaway Package: Escape to Romance
  • Overnight stay for two
  • Rosetta Ridge champagne, chocolate strawberries, or truffles and rose petals delivered upon arrival
  • Couples massage
  • Dinner for two at AAA Four-Diamond Ristorante Tuscany or the steakhouse
  • Breakfast in bed
  • 2 p.m. late check out
Rate: Starts at $619 per night.
Valid: Through February 2009

Las Vegas, NV
Ritz-Carlton, Lake Las Vegas
Romantic Valentine's Getaway Package: Hopelessly Devoted
  • Two nights' luxury accommodations
  • Champagne and strawberries upon arrival
  • Three-course Valentine’s Dinner for two
  • Breakfast for two daily
  • "Six Simple Kindnesses:" Message in a bottle, aromatherapy bath, massage mentoring session, love note under pillow, memory book, rose-petal turndown
  • Valet parking
  • Resort fee included
Rate: $879 per couple for a two-night stay.
Valid: Through February 2009

Sonoma Valley, CA
Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa
Romantic Valentine's Getaway Package: Fire and Water
  • One night's accommodations in a Fairmont Fireplace Room or Suite
  • Two hot toddies (or cocktail of your choice) in the lobby bar or at the outdoor fire pit
  • Access to the resort’s geo-thermal bathing ritual
  • $50 Spa services credit
Rate: Start at $299 per night.
Valid: Through February 2009

Catalina Island, CA
Hotel Villa Portofino
Romantic Valentine's Getaway Package: Sweet DealTwo night's oceanfront accommodations
  • Round-trip boat transportation
  • Round-trip taxi transfers
  • Two tours (choice of Avalon scenic tour, casino tour or glass-bottom boat tour)
  • Continental breakfast
  • Chocolates, champagne and a rose delivered to your room
Rate: Starts at $590 per couple.
Valid: Through February 15, 2009

Stevenson, WA
Skamania Lodge
Romantic Valentine's Getaway Package: Ultimate Romance
  • Overnight accommodations in a river room
  • $70 credit toward dinner in the Cascade Room
  • Hand-dipped strawberries and champagne or cider in guestroom
  • Two terrycloth robes
  • $180 credit in the Waterleaf Spa
  • Bouquet of six roses
Rate: $529 per couple.
Valid: February 1 - 28, 2009

Monday, January 12, 2009

Wiki Wiki

It's Monday, and we wanted to start the week off introducing our readers to wikis. The definition of a wiki is a page or collection of web pages designed to enable anyone who access it to contribute or modify the content. Wikis are often used to create collaborative websites and power many community websites.  There are many wikis out there you may not have known were wikis. Check out the list of wikis we think you need to know. 

Today's 10 Links a Day: Wiki's you need to bookmark
  1. Wikipedia
    The free encyclopedia that anyone can edit. The leader of wikis.

  2. Knol
    Knol is Google's competitive response to Wikipedia's success

  3. WikiHow
    The how to manual you can edit

  4. Green Wiki
    We are building the best resource for citizens of the Earth to learn about the environment and how to live a more sustainable life.

  5. LyricWiki
    LyricWiki is a free site which is a source where anyone can go to get reliable lyrics for any song, from any artist, without being hammered by invasive ads.

  6. Mahalo
    Mahalo is a human powered search engine with results that are generated non-algorithmically by a team of profile builders who create pages for search terms.

  7. Wikia Gaming
    Welcome to Wikia Gaming, the largest collection of game wiki communities on the planet!

  8. The Uncyclopedia
    The most comprehensive resource for funny fictions about real-life facts, Uncyclopedia is a content-free encyclopedia.

  9. Recipes Wiki
    A Wiki full of thousands of recipes

  10. Scholarpedia
    At Scholarpedia the articles are written by invited experts, and every article is peer reviewed for accuracy.

Friday, January 09, 2009

Music Blogs that Rock

It's Friday and time to put the first week of 2009 behind us. There is no better way to ease into the weekend than reading up on the latest music trends, releases and reviews. Today's list of fantastic music blogs includes the finalists for the 2008 Weblogawards. If you want to vote, click on this link. One click and your vote will be counted.

Today's 10 Links a Day: Music Blogs that Rock

  1. Hidden Track

  2. I Guess I'm Floating

  3. Stereogum

  4. Guitar Noize

  5. The 9513

  6. Fizzy Pop

  7. My Mood Is Music

  8. Electroqueer

  9. Noise Addicts

  10. Idolator

Don't forget to vote!

Thursday, January 08, 2009

Are you a Pinball Wizard?

Today's guest blog is brought to you by Nick from the Pinball Blog. Who knew about all of these interesting facts regarding a pastime we have all taken part in?. 

Today's 10 Links a Day: 10 Things you might not know about pinball

  1. There is still one pinball manufacturer actively making machines - Stern Pinball

  2. The Addams Family pinball machine (1992) had the highest production run of any machine with over 20,000 units being made. It's still a sought after and collectable title today. (link to promo video on you tube)

  3. In 1964, 17 year old Randy Gardner set out to break the record for sleep deprivation . Although his mental ability changed significantly during the attempt, he was still able to play pinball on day 10. 

  4. Both the European Pinball Championship and the Pinball World Championship take place in the UK in 2009.

  5. Pinball enthusiasts aren't exactly the hottest bloggers but Pinball designer Dwight Sullivan and event organiser Nick Bennett are among the few.

  6. Did you know there is an average of 15 songs in a modern pinball machine. Along with 3500 parts, 1200 screws, nuts and washers, and 1/2 a mile of wire, taking a year to design. 

  7. The first pinball machine with flippers was Humpty Dumpty in 1947 and the first pinball to talk was Gorgar in 1979

  8. The French, British & Americans all have roots in the history of pinball , but it was British inventor Montague Redgrave (who had settled in America) who is widely accepted as making the first tentative steps towards what we regard today as pinball.

  9. Ex-NBA player Todd MacCulloch is now a professional pinball player.
  10. Pinball was illegal in New York from 1942 until 1976, when an enthusiast named Roger Sharpe brought two machines before the City Council. Years later he recalled for Newsday : "I gave a little discussion and then started to play. And. I told the Council members and the media, 'Look, there's skill, because if I pull the plunger back just right, the ball will, I hope, go down this particular lane'. And you could call it either skill or divine intervention, but the ball went down that lane, and that was it. The Council passed it six to nothing.

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

January Book Club - Best Business Books

These days you have to be on top of everything going on with the economy to stay ahead of the crunch. Today's list has a mix of old and new books that will put all of the recent events into perspective and provide historical context. Let us know what you think of today's list by emailing us at We love to hear from our readers.

Today's 10 Links a Day: Business Books that you cannot Miss

1. Liar's Poker: Rising Through the Wreckage on Wall Street by Michael Lewis

In fiction there was Bonfire of the Vanities; in reality, there is Liar's Poker--the fascinating insider's account of what really happens on Wall Street. This irreverent and hilarious birds-eye view of Wall Street's heyday will appeal to anyone intrigued by the allure of million dollar deals. Now in trade paper. First serial to Manhattan Inc.

2. The New Paradigm for Financial Markets: The Credit Crisis of 2008 and What It Means by George Soros

3. The Great Crash of 1929 by John Kenneth Galbraith

Of Galbraith's classic examination of the 1929 financial collapse, the Atlantic Monthly said:"Economic writings are seldom notable for their entertainment value, but this book is. Galbraith's prose has grace and wit, and he distills a good deal of sardonic fun from the whopping errors of the nation's oracles and the wondrous antics of the financial community." Now, with the stock market riding historic highs, the celebrated economist returns with new insights on the legacy of our past and the consequences of blind optimism and power plays within the financial community.

4. Fooled by Randomness: The Hidden Role of Chance in Life and in the Markets by Nassim Nicholas Taeb

In this look at financial luck, hedge fund manager Taleb (Dynamic Hedging) addresses the apparently irrational movement of money markets around the world. Using his own investing experience and examples of others' successes and disappointments, he discusses theories like Monte Carlo math (easy; considered cheating by purists) and the concept of Russian roulette.

5. Capitalism Unleashed: Finance, Globalization, and Welfare by Andrew Glyn

"Capitalism Unleashed" is a brilliant book that should be read by everyone with a serious interest in the economic history of the past three decades and who wants to understand better the economic issues and dilemmas that will face us in the years ahead.

6. The Return of Depression Economics and the Crisis of 2008 by Paul Krugman

In this new, greatly updated edition of The Return of Depression Economics, Krugman shows how the failure of regulation to keep pace with an increasingly out-of-control financial system set the United States, and the world as a whole, up for the greatest financial crisis since the 1930s. He also lays out the steps that must be taken to contain the crisis, and turn around a world economy sliding into a deep recession. Brilliantly crafted in Krugman's trademark style--lucid, lively, and supremely informed--this new edition of The Return of Depression Economics will become an instant cornerstone of the debate over how to respond to the crisis.

7. When Markets Collide: Investment Strategies for the Age of Global Economic Change by Mohamed El-Erian

When Markets Collide is a timely alert to the fundamental changes taking place in today's global economic and financial systems--and a call to action for investors who may fall victim to misinterpreting important signals. One of today's most respected names in finance, Mohamed El-Erian puts recent events in their proper context, giving you the tools that can help you interpret the markets, benefit from global economic change, and navigate the risks.

8. The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World by Niall Ferguson

9. Reminiscences of a Stock Operator (Wiley Investment Classics) by Edwin Lefèvre

Reminiscences of a Stock Operator is the thinly disguised biography of Jesse Livermore, a remarkable character who first started speculating in New England bucket shops at the turn of the century. Livermore, who was banned from these shady operations because of his winning ways, soon moved to Wall Street where he made and lost his fortune several times over. What makes this book so valuable are the observations that Lefèvre records about investing, speculating, and the nature of the market itself.

10. Barbarians at the Gate by Bryan Burrough, John Helyar

The leveraged buyout of the RJR Nabisco Corporation for $25 billion is a landmark in American business history, a story of avarice on an epic scale.

Tuesday, January 06, 2009

FREEE iphone/ipod touch Applications

There are many free applications to choose from for your iphone/ipod touch. Check out these highlighted items that come highly recomended. Do you have a favorite app you would like to see on our site? Send us your suggestions to

Today's 10 Links a Day: Free apps for your iphone/ipod touch

  1. Shazam
    Great application that will help you determine what song you are currently listening to.

  2. Google Earth
    Great for mapping out your route. and fantastic images.

  3. Amazon
    Great comparison shopping tool when in a physical store.

  4. AOL Radio
    Why turn on the radio when you can load this app?

  5. Pandora
    Another popular music application.

  6. Scribble
    Make fun drawings and email them.

  7. Pageonce
    A personal assistant in the palm of your hand

  8. 2 Across
    Crossword puzzles from the New York Times, The Onion, and others.

  9. AIM
    Instant messenger application

  10. BigTipper
    Tip calculator.

  11. Facebook and MySpace
    Stay in touch with friends and waste tons of time! 

Monday, January 05, 2009

Did you know January is

We are easing back into things at 10 Links a Day after a bit of a break. Enjoy this month's edition of Did you know....

Today's 10 Links a Day: Did you know January is...

  1. National Blood Donor Month

  2. Financial Wellness Month

  3. Poison Prevention Awareness Month

  4. Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Thursday, January 01, 2009

Happy New Year!

We hope that you have gotten through the holidays with an extra skip in your step. We will be taking a few days off and will be back on January 5th. All the best on 2009. See you soon!

The Team from 10 Links a Day

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