Saving for College, Tired Mom Eyes, and the Obamas - Links We Love

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garage sale signBlack Friday is just two weeks away. Clear out the clutter and earn a few bucks with a garage sale. -- AlphaMom

In these trying economic times, saving for college is tough. Make sure you aren't making one of these three common mistakes. -- Babble

Got a new reader in the house? Celebrate with these fun activities that won't have you listening to Go, Dog, Go twenty times a day. -- BabyCenter

Do you expect your nanny to watch your friend's kids too? Find out why this is a no-no. -- LilSugar

When baby pulls an all-nighter, the first thing to suffer are the eyes. Give them new life with Intensive Eye Cream from kaplanMD. -- MomFinds

You won't find it on CNN: Everything (trivial) you've ever wanted to know about the future First Family, but were afraid to ask. -- MomLogic

Speaking of the Obamas, Malia and Sasha will be the first young children in the White House since the Kennedy's lived there. What affect do you think they'll have on today's youth? -- Mommy Track'd

Own your clutter, don't let it own you. Get to the bottom of things (like that mile-high pile of junk mail) with these 11 tips. -- Work it, Mom!

Asperger's syndrome played a role on Thursday's Grey's Anatomy episode. Find out why one mom is disappointed. -- The Motherhood
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