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The StickerTalk Presents: How to Keep a Resolution

The StickerTalk Presents: How to Keep a Resolution According to an article published by Huffington Post, only about eight percent of New Year’s resolutions succeed. This statistic may seem daunting; however The StickerTalk has concocted a compilation of hints that we hope will help you avoid this commonly observed dissolve of resolve. Write your resolution[…]Read more

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StickerTalk Explores New Year Around the Globe

StickerTalk Explores New Year Around the Globe A couple of weeks ago, The StickerTalk delved into the riveting subject of Christmas celebrations across the earth. To continue in the spirit of the season, we hope to enlighten our readers with copious curiosities about exotic New Year celebrations. North Carolina While North Carolina isn’t exactly a[…]Read more

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The Lovable Labrador

The Lovable Labrador Regardless of size, shape, or color, every breed of dog offers a unique set of qualities to potential owners; however, the Labrador Retriever has constantly proven to be America’s favorite canine breed throughout recent years. To anyone who has had the privilege of interacting with a Lab, the breed’s universal favor is[…]Read more

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A Closer Look at a Texan Treasure

A Closer Look at a Texan Treasure An island characterized by natural beauty and unique culture, Galveston, Texas, continues to attract countless curious adventurers to its picturesque shores. While this coastal city is mainly recognized for its plethora of tourist attractions, Galveston’s somewhat obscure history teems with intriguing accounts of bravery, loss, and heroism. In[…]Read more

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Lofty Leisure

Lofty Leisure While many people cite the Wright Brothers’ victory at Kitty Hawk as mankind’s first successful flight, modern aviation existed long before this historic incident. The first man-made vehicle to grace the skies was the hot air balloon, taking its first flight in 1793. Invented by a French scientist, the hot air balloon’s maiden[…]Read more

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StickerTalk Explores Christmas Around the Globe

StickerTalk Explores Christmas Around the Globe For the StickerTalk team, Christmases are usually celebrated in typical Southeast Texas style; Christmas trees, cornbread dressing, and 80-degree weather serve as staples of the season. However, in this edition of The StickerTalk, we took the time to delve into Christmas traditions around the globe. Egypt Unlike their American[…]Read more

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StickerTalk’s Magnetic Attraction

StickerTalk’s Magnetic Attraction Don’t let our name fool you; StickerTalk’s inventory offers a wide variety of carefully crafted magnets to customers in addition to our world-renouned stickers! From business signs to bumper magnets, we proudly produce magnetic versions of some of our most beloved stickers. Due to the popularity of StickerTalk magnets, we often receive[…]Read more

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How a Crazy Cat Lady Changed History

How a Crazy Cat Lady Changed History According to prevailing stereotypes, the crazy cat lady’s civic contributions prove extremely limited. Emerging from her cluttered abode only to procure kitty litter and canned cat food, these feline frenzied females are often viewed as a mere comic caricature of spinsterhood. However, a careful examination of American history[…]Read more

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Geocaching: A Grown-Up’s Version of Hide-and-Seek

Geocaching: A Grown-Up’s Version of Hide-and-Seek While the great outdoors and cutting-edge technology may seem to occupy opposite ends of the spectrum, an avid geocacher can attest to the falsehood of this misconception. A hobby that combines the beauty of nature with science’s latest advancements, geocaching has developed into a wildly popular pastime. Intrepid adventurers[…]Read more

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A Celebration for All Nations

A Celebration for All Nations Since the Biblical account of Babel, mankind has been separated by a plethora of language barriers. People from varying backgrounds commonly struggle to convey complex ideas, often discouraging interaction between cultures. While language courses and interpreters allow for some degree of understanding, flawless fluency in a foreign dialect is rarely[…]Read more