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Lucielle Campanero

Freelance writer, digital marketer, travel blogger, working mom, self-made chef and volunteer Bible teacher

A New Breastfeeding App? 6 Questions About Breastfeeding

A new android app will soon help the feeding moms to spot the suitable places in New Zealand’s South Island to breastfeed in public places. The developers named the app as BURP- Breastfeeding’s Ultimate Refuel Place and included more than 100 locations to be registered on the software comprising restaurants, cafes, museums and libraries. Breastfeeding is the best method to provide nutritional aid to your baby. But still there are many doubts and questions that circulate in the minds of many fir

Teen Depression Treatment: 6 Practical Tips From The Bible!

We all feel sad many times in our lifetime. We feel down and grouchy for different reasons. However, for some people, especially for teenagers, the feeling of sadness becomes prolonged, recurrent and intense. This could be a sign of teen depression. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), teen depression is alarmingly becoming the leading cause of illness and disability among girls and boys aged 10 to 19. In addition to this, the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health revealed that

Lazy Girl Beauty Hacks: 12 Multipurpose Makeup Sticks To Save Your Day

Celebrities always appear glammed up because they need to look their best. Plus, they have a glam squad who can blend eyeshadow and create contour makeup with a flick of their brush. But, how do lazy girls like me and you get that amazing look without spending hours in front of the mirror? One of our favorite lazy girl beauty hacks is the use of multipurpose makeup sticks. However, you may get overwhelmed by the sheer number of products out there. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. We rounded

Love Story: 80-year-old Bride Says 'I Do' For The First Time

If you don’t believe in happily ever after, then this love story is for you. Meet Maria Teresa Cobar, the 80-year-old bride who recently got married for the first time. It took her eight decades to find Mr. Right. Cobar walked down the aisle in her pretty laced gown to exchange vows with Carlos Suarez, a 95-year-old widower. The couple met in February when Suarez moved to Aventura Plaza nursing home. He stayed in Room 404, while she lived in Room 407. Also Read: How To Make Love Last, 5 Lesso

Veteran Dad Overcomes Stutter To Read Bedtime Stories [VIDEO]

Veteran and single dad Lance Lambert fought in Iraq and served the 10th Special Forces Group as a paratrooper. His brawny, heavily built and fit to perform difficult missions. This involved jumping off planes and choppers. Nothing seemed to scare this 29-year-old father. But he struggled in one particular aspect. He suffers from severe stutter. Being a single dad to his 6-year-old daughter Avery meant scheduled night reading. For someone with speech difficulty, this is a constant reminder of h

Girl Feeds Hungry People With Giant Cabbage, Starts Her Own Charity

When Katie was 9, her third grade teacher assigned them to plant cabbage seedlings as part of their gardening project. Her cabbage grew extra large and weighed 40 pounds. Her family decided to donate the fresh harvest to a soup kitchen near their hometown in Summerville, South Carolina. Katie learned that her cabbage fed over 275 people. This project sparked Katie’s desire to encourage students like her to plant food crops and help feed more people around the world. Also Read: Girl Swam Out Of

ASEAN Summit‬: China Scared Of Obama Visit To Laos

US President Barack Obama moves from G20 Summit to the ASEAN Summit in Vientiane, Laos. This will be a historic trip since Obama will be the first sitting US president to visit the war-torn country. Historically, Laos was the most bombed country during the Vietnam War. An estimated one third of the 2.2 million bombs dropped by the U S forces remained undetonated in the country. This problem has impeded growth and development in the country. Obama’s visit is much-awaited by the Laotians. The co

Samsung Note 7 Recall: Samsung To Spend $1Bn To Replace Smartphones

This is no rumor. Samsung, the South Korean mobile tech giant, officially announced a global Samsung Note 7 recall after reports of exploding batteries and units catching fire while charging surfaced. A mass recall of this scale is not cheap. Samsung did not disclose the amount it will spend on this move, but this Samsung Note 7 recall will bring down sales of the leading Android smartphone maker significantly. Experts estimated that Samsung would spend around $1 billion to issue new smartphon