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Do you know what is “podcast”?

A search from Wikipedia explains that:

“A podcast is a digital media file, or a series of such files, that is distributed over the Internet using syndication feeds for playback on portable media players and personal computers.

The term, like “radio”, can refer either to the content itself or to the method by which it is syndicated; the latter is also termed podcasting. The host or author of a podcast is often called a podcaster.”

I have a blogger friend who owns the site WeddingPodCastNetwork.com

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Just a brief description of them:
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My Very Happy Baby Nephew again!!!

My Favourite Wedding Blog: WeddingBee.com

I have always like to read other wedding blogs and weddingbee.com is one of my favourites.

Weddingbee is a group blog updated by real brides across the US over 20 times a day. The site is read by brides, grooms, bridesmaids, women, wedding vendors, and industry insiders.

Here are some of their recent posts that will benefit you:

Bird Icons:

They have a very talented artist Irene who designed and drew these bird icons. I feel they are fantastic and you may want to consider them for your wedding favors or even wedding gifts.

I think the options are limitless!

bird icons

Wedding Ceremony:

In Asia, the wedding ceremony is totally different from those in United States.

We have customary wedding ceremonies to follow such as burning the phoenix and dragon candles to going to fetch the bride by a certain auspicious timing.
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Why My Wedding Blog?


It has been quite a while. My Wedding Blog has taken many steps, some tough and challenging, to have arrived to where it is today.

Wedding Blogging has been my life. It is my life.

It is not easy to go through life. Likewise for sustaining a wedding blog.

It is just as hard to sustain a marriage and making it stabilise.

When you are doing something good for people, there will be people who like it and people who hate it.

For those who love it, they send you thank you emails, letting you know their weddings were a success because of the help this blog has given.

For those who find it too commercialised, they may forget that sustaining a wedding blog needs support too, readers support as well as financial support.

Nothing comes free. Bus transport isn’t free. Postal service isn’t free. Likewise, surfing the net right now isn’t free because you have to pay for the computer, the internet access and the electricity.

A wedding blog isn’t free. A domain name is about US$10 per year, email support is about US$20 per month, the webhosting is about US$20 per month, the broadband subscription and other miscellaneous is about US$20 per month.

Not forgetting the tons of bridal magazines and wedding planning guidebooks I am reading to make me ready to answer most of the brides’ questions which I get about ten per day.

A wedding blog needs money to support it. Just like marriage, it can’t be sustained based on pure love.

Try having a wedding and building a marriage without money. And see what happens.
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How To Manage Your House

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Okie, now you are newly-wed and you are really excited about your new home. Wow, 5 rooms and a big living room with a new suite of furniture that you are so proud of because you spent your entire year looking for it.

Now, your mommy is no longer staying with you and so who will be doing the housechores.

To make matters more complicated, your wife and you have never even swept the floor in your life before.

Some may exclaimed, “Let’s hire a maid.”

Not everyone can afford that especially now you have mountains of debts to pay after your wedding. Not forgetting that you still owe your mom US$25,000 for the splendid wedding you held in your dream wedding venue in your gorgeous Vera Wang’s designed wedding gown.

Oppps, you may had even spent US$2,000 just to decorate your wedding car.

So, having a domestic helper is not a solution.

For the first few days after you return from your honeymoon, it may be still be honeymoon period for both of you. However, with so much clothes to wash and iron, that is when conflict may arise if there is no settlement initially.

Traditionally, wifes should do all the housechores from cooking to ironing the clothes. However, times have changed and now there should be at least an even distribution of housework.

What about you wash the clothes and your husband iron them?
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