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At 4:31 pm on Family member in the middle: Being stuck between two family members who aren't talking to each other, Erica said:
Without knowing the context or your family, I'm going to go out on a limb and paraphrase some...
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Do not change your locks!! It costs a fortune when you do it that way; call a locksmith! They are...
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Offbeat Home & Life launched in 2011 and we love to explore how people authentically integrate and express their personalities through their homes and lifestyles. Offbeat Home & Life is the third site in the Offbeat Empire, a cheekily-named network of lifestyle websites published by Seattle author Ariel Meadow Stallings.