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Is this free dating site right for you?

Do you find yourself out of the dating loop because of the age or lifestyle?

Does “home – car – work – car – home” sound like your average day?

Are you looking for a meaningful relationship?

Do you think that going to a bar to find a soul mate is a waste of time?

Are you too busy at school?

Are you too busy at work?

Are you too busy to date because of your kids?

Do you believe that honesty is the best policy?

Remember, this dating website is not just free to try

What 2busy2date.com IS NOT!

Even though 2busy2date.com is 100% free online dating service it does not mean it’s a low quality one!

We do not allow vulgarity or profanity. We developed our dating watch dog software that detects, analyzes and removes all inappropriate members. Cheaters, perverts or other lowlifes are out in no time!

We treat every member like a member of our very busy virtual family.

Is this a truly 100% free dating site?

When others promise 100% free dating service and lure you in for a big surprise we guarantee:

2busy2date.com is a 100% free dating site and you do not need to provide any financial information. Forget about your credit card or a check: free means free .

Get your pictures processed and posted for free

Search other members free of charge

Contact and be contacted absolutely free

Members 100% voluntary donations and the advertisement is the only source of the revenue for this otherwise 100% free site.

Does online dating work?

It works if your expectations are correct. Try to see it is an opportunity to meet other people that otherwise you wouldn’t meet at all. Now, will it work for you? Why not? The risk is minimum and the reward is worth trying.

After all it is 100% free!

You have to see online dating as a medium, an agent that represents you or a meeting place. It’s much more convenient then regular “going out to meet a friend of a friend” dating – your profile online is 24/7 presenting you to potential dates. And how many friend of a friend dates can you have when you are busy?


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Busy Bee Gold – Vancouver Dry Cleaners, busy.#Busy


We’re Vancouver’s highest rated dry cleaner, wedding gown cleaning specialists and master tailors.

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Our Beginning

Busy Bee Gold, like most local, family owned small businesses, had humble beginnings in 1981. Over time, Mohamud Rahim, took the reins from his parents and turned the business—and the entire dry cleaning industry on it’s head.

“Sometimes visiting a dry cleaner is like playing the lottery—and that’s ridiculous. You should know that your cleaner is environmentally friendly, reliable and will go above and beyond your expectations.

I wanted to be different.”

— Mohamud rahim, owner

Mohamud proceeded to revamp Busy Bee Gold’s entire process. He started small, instituting a hanger-recycling program, changing plastic dry cleaning bags to biodegradable material, and instead opting for LED. This, of course, wasn’t enough.

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Busy Beaver Campground & RV Park – St, busy.#Busy


Busy Beaver Campground RV Trailer Park is located on the historical St. Joseph Island, 60km east of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. St. Joseph Island is the 2nd largest inland island in North America, and the second largest producer of maple syrup next to Quebec! The location is picture-perfect. Nature abounds throughout the island, sighting many species. We are open from May Long Weekend to September 30, and serve travellers near Sault Ste. Marie and surrounding area!

We are a small 37-site seasonal campground offering excellent camping experiences for all age groups. A family-friendly atmosphere will ensure that your stay is both relaxing and enjoyable. You can stay a night, a week or all season! The campground is located on a gorgeous spring-fed and unpolluted inland lake, perfect for swimming and fishing (pike,perch and the elusive Splake). Our sandy beach is very kid friendly. The lake supports all watercraft, from small sailboats, kayaks, seadoo’s, and smaller power boats. Pets are welcome, but must be leashed at all times. ATV’s are invited to explore the surrounding trails. Hope you can visit and maybe even stay awhile. If you’re looking for a great place to camp near Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, we’d love to have you!

Our Camp Sites

Most of our RV sites have great lake views for you to enjoy. Water power are provided at all sites. Most have septic, if not, we have a dumping station for your use. Seasonals are available, transients are welcome! (Please call for availability). We also have a private tenting area if you like to rough it.(Not really rough but they are private).

If friends or family would like to visit and stay awhile, and room in your trailer is maxed out, we have a couple of furnished rooms for rent at the main house. Call or ask for rates and to setup a viewing!

For those not quite as outdoorsy, we’ve been told by many of our guests that we’ve got the nicest washrooms and showers they’ve ever used at a campground. They’re very modern, and we take pride in keeping them very clean. Come see for yourself!


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Busy Bee Kids Crafts: Fun and Easy Crafts for Kids, busy.#Busy


Welcome to Busy Bee Kids Crafts

Fun, Easy and Inexpensive Kids Crafts Ideas for Toddlers, Preschoolers, Kindergarten and School-Aged Children

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BusyMake a Winter Window with snow that falls

BusyDesign your own Q Tip Snowflakes

BusyHave preschoolers make their own Paper Plate Snowman complete with carrot nose

BusySip hot chocolate with our yummy marshmallow Sipping Snowman edible craft

BusyMake a Tactile Winter Scene with the help of some colored rice and cotton balls

Busyshare and save a winter memory with a friend with our Snow Ball Time Capsule

BusyMake your own Christmas Activity Book with FREE Winter Printables from busybeekidsprintables

BusyCheck out all of our Winter Crafts and activities for kids

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I m Too Busy!

Have you found yourself saying ‘I’m Too Busy’ recently. I mean it happens to everyone right? There genuinely are times where you have too much to do and find yourself suddenly realising it is 4.30pm and you haven’t stopped for lunch, or it’s 9pm and you can’t finish for another few hours yet.

However, I do believe that often ‘too busy’ is a myth we create in our own minds. It is all about priorities, and taking a longer term approach. For example, I was speaking to someone last week who was ‘too busy’ and an hour later they popped up on Facebook for 20 minutes taking about something and nothing (non business related). The same person later in the day was tweeting about Pokémon Go hunting.

If you have time for Pokémon then great (and actually it is a genius idea for getting kids off their Xboxes and doing some exercise – going round the streets on a Pokémon hunt). However, in some cases Pokémon has literally taken over people’s lives – there have been reports of people crashing their cars, breaking into houses and walking into rough seas, while chasing Pokémon.

You might think it is really stupid to let Pokémon take over your life in a way that threatens your health but maybe your business is YOUR Pokémon? Maybe your business is taking over your life. You might be looking at Pokémon and thinking – Why? Your husband/wife/partner/kids/family member or friends might be looking at you over-working in your business and think Why?

Are you in the position where you are not making your boat go faster despite all your hard work, where the only thing going faster is your life. Would you like to know how to get your business running as brilliantly as Nintendo (50% rise in share price in a week is not bad!).

What you will get

  • 30 minutes devoted to working ON and not IN your business
  • At least 2 ideas you can take away and implement immediately
  • A clear plan of what to do next to delete some ‘busyness’ and be more effective in your business

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    A Rant About Asking People if They Are “Busy”

    A Rant About Asking People if They Are “Busy”

    I have a request that will help you and your fellow business owners….

    Stop asking people if they are busy to see how they are.

    We ask people this as if them responding with a “yes” is a good thing?

    I don t know anyone who truly wants to feel busy. “Busy” normally goes along with feeling over-worked, tired and stressed out, it usually means not being relaxed and surviving on adrenaline. I don’t know anyone that really enjoys those feelings on an ongoing basis (and I certainly don’t like it either).

    I do like to feel challenged though. I do like to feel that I m in demand. I do like to feel that I have a good flow of business to keep me profitable. I like to feel that I’ve got things under control and be relaxed about it (even when I’m working hard).

    To me, Busy is a dirty four letter word. We are trained from an early age that busy is a great definition of success Because if we re busy then we must be successful, right? It s not true though. Busy is NOT a sign of success. Busy might mean that we have a lot of clients or work on, but it’s very easy to be busy yet not be profitable. And it s easy to be busy and profitable and still not be happy!

    In my observation from coaching hundreds of business owners most are too busy. Their business runs them. So a better question might be How s business? or How s everything working out?” Let’s break the curse of ‘busy being a good thing in business.


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    A Rant About Asking People if They Are “Busy” – Red Hot – Business

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    A Rant About Asking People if They Are “Busy”

    A Rant About Asking People if They Are “Busy”

    I have a request that will help you and your fellow business owners….

    Stop asking people if they are busy to see how they are.

    We ask people this as if them responding with a “yes” is a good thing?

    I don t know anyone who truly wants to feel busy. “Busy” normally goes along with feeling over-worked, tired and stressed out, it usually means not being relaxed and surviving on adrenaline. I don’t know anyone that really enjoys those feelings on an ongoing basis (and I certainly don’t like it either).

    I do like to feel challenged though. I do like to feel that I m in demand. I do like to feel that I have a good flow of business to keep me profitable. I like to feel that I’ve got things under control and be relaxed about it (even when I’m working hard).

    To me, Busy is a dirty four letter word. We are trained from an early age that busy is a great definition of success Because if we re busy then we must be successful, right? It s not true though. Busy is NOT a sign of success. Busy might mean that we have a lot of clients or work on, but it’s very easy to be busy yet not be profitable. And it s easy to be busy and profitable and still not be happy!

    In my observation from coaching hundreds of business owners most are too busy. Their business runs them. So a better question might be How s business? or How s everything working out?” Let’s break the curse of ‘busy being a good thing in business.


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    Things You Understand If You’re The Busy Friend #businesses #for #sale


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    Things You Understand If You’re The Busy Friend

    We hear ya.

    Are you chronically busy? Do you go to school and hold a job (or several)? Are you overly involved on campus? Do you have a semblance of a social life? Are you constantly having to prioritize and re-prioritize your to-do list? Do you have a tendency to overextend yourself? Do you sometimes feel like your friends just don’t understand? Are you The Busy Friend?

    We hear ya. The following is a list of some of the things that your fellow Busy Friends can identify with. If you’re not The Busy Friend, hopefully this list gives you some insights into the mind of The Busy Friend in your life.

    1. Scheduling everything. I mean, everything. You forget to schedule cushion time for a bathroom break? Bummer. Your whole day is thrown off.

    2. You have been so deprived of purely social interactions that when you finally do make it to that hang-out you scheduled two weeks ago and your friends are busy playing “Candy Crush” instead of being super present in this awesome, once-in-a-month quality friendship moment, you get unreasonably angry.

    3. Or the opposite. You finally have a moment to chill with friends, but it is only going to last so long and you’re the one too busy for the present. Remember how you haven’t called your grandma in three years? The to-do list you made seven minutes ago needs updating. You have not casually scrolled your Instagram/Facebook etc. allllll day. If you’ve been there, you know what I mean.

    4. When you explain how busy you are, and people tell you to “just do less”, and you’re like “I CANNOT JUST DO LESS. THIS IS MY LIFE. I DO THIS MUCH. THIS IS HOW MUCH I DO” and they still don’t get it. I mean, sure, you could maybe cut out your one hobby that allows you to be a sane and functioning human. And yeah, you could probably eat more top ramen and less actual food, saving on the amount of hours spent working and the amount of prep time. Sure, you could spend less time sleeping – who needs a solid 4 hours anyways?

    5. When you have a sudden opening in your schedule and become the most spontaneous person. You’ve got 27 free minutes and you’re up for anything. Where da crew?

    6 .You calculate the exact amount of minutes you will be able to sleep if you fall asleep now. How many REM cycles is that? 1.5? Awesome. If anyone interrupts your precious sleep, they might as well have woken a hibernating bear.

    7 .When Friday rolls around you can do nothing but fall into bed in exhaustion. Cue comments from friends about how you’re totes antisocial and why don’t you ever go out anymore.

    If you can identify with more than a few of these, you may just be The Busy Friend. Maybe it’s time to cut back on a few of your extracurriculars; maybe it’s time to start slimming down your friend group to the people who really matter to you. Trust me, I know the struggle of having to limit your activities and prioritize your passions. But even just making a small change can have a big impact on your schedule, energy level and social life.

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    Main Entry: busy

    Part of Speech: adjective

    Definition: engaged, at work

    Synonyms: active, already taken, assiduous, at it, buried, diligent, employed, engaged, engrossed, having a full plate, having enough on one’s plate, having fish to fry, having many irons in the fire, hustling, in a meeting, in conference, in someone else’s possession, in the field, in the laboratory, industrious, occupied, on assignment, on duty, on the go, overloaded, persevering, slaving, snowed, swamped, tied up, unavailable, up to one’s ears, with a customer, working

    Antonyms: idle, quiet, unbusy, unemployed, unengaged

    Main Entry: busy

    Part of Speech: adjective

    Definition: active, on the go

    Synonyms: bustling, busy as a beaver, energetic, full, fussy, hectic, humming, hustling, lively, popping, restless, strenuous, tireless, tiring

    Antonyms: idle, inactive, lazy

    Main Entry: busy

    Part of Speech: adjective

    Definition: nosy, impertinent

    Synonyms: butting in, curious, forward, inquisitive, interfering, intrusive, meddlesome, meddling, nebby, obtrusive, officious, prying, pushy, snoopy, stirring, troublesome

    Main Entry: active

    Part of Speech: adjective

    Definition: very involved in activity

    Synonyms: aggressive, agile, alert, alive, animated, assiduous, bold, brisk, bustling, busy, chipper, daring, dashing, determined, dexterous, diligent, dynamic, eager, energetic, engaged, enlivened, enterprising, enthusiastic, eventful, fireball, forceful, forcible, fresh, frisky, hard-working, high-spirited, hyper, industrious, intense, inventive, jumping, keen, lively, nimble, on the move, perky, persevering, purposeful, pushing, quick, rapid, ready, resolute, sharp, sprightly, spry, whiz*, zealous

    Antonyms: disinterested, idle, indifferent, lazy, quiescent, quiet

    Main Entry: assiduous

    Part of Speech: adjective

    Synonyms: active, attentive, busy, constant, diligent, eager beaver, exacting, grinding, indefatigable, industrious, laborious, persevering, plugging, scrupulous, sedulous, steady, studious, unflagging, untiring, whiz, zealous

    Antonyms: lazy, neglectful, negligent

    Main Entry: brisk

    Part of Speech: adjective

    Definition: fast-moving; active

    Synonyms: adroit, agile, alert, animated, bustling, busy, energetic, lively, nimble, quick, speedy, sprightly, spry, vigorous, vivacious, zippy

    Antonyms: inactive, slow, sluggish, unenergetic

    Main Entry: diligent

    Part of Speech: adjective

    Definition: persevering, hard-working

    Synonyms: active, assiduous, attentive, busy, careful, conscientious, constant, eager, eager beaver, earnest, grind*, indefatigable, industrious, laborious, occupied, operose, painstaking, persistent, persisting, pertinacious, plugging, sedulous, steadfast, studious, tireless, unflagging, unrelenting, untiring

    Antonyms: inactive, indifferent, languid, lazy, lethargic, negligent

    Main Entry: earnest

    Part of Speech: adjective

    Definition: very enthusiastic

    Synonyms: ardent, busy, devoted, diligent, eager, fervent, fervid, heartfelt, impassioned, industrious, keen, passionate, perseverant, purposeful, sedulous, sincere, urgent, vehement, warm, wholehearted, zealous

    Antonyms: flippant, unconcerned, unenthusiastic, unpassionate, unpurposeful, unthoughtful

    Main Entry: elaborate

    Part of Speech: adjective

    Definition: intricate; involved

    Synonyms: busy, careful, complex, complicated, decorated, detailed, elegant, embellished, exact, extensive, extravagant, fancy, fussy, garnished, high tech, highly wrought, imposing, knotty, labored, labyrinthine, luxurious, many-faceted, minute, ornamented, ornate, ostentatious, overdone, overworked, painstaking, perfected, plush, posh, precise, prodigious, refined, showy, skillful, sophisticated, studied, thorough, with all the extras, with all the options, with bells and whistles

    Antonyms: general, normal, plain, regular, simple, uncomplicated, unelaborate, uninvolved, usual

    Main Entry: employed

    Part of Speech: adjective

    Synonyms: active, at it, at work, busy, engaged, hired, in a job, in collar, in harness, in place, inked, laboring, occupied, on board, on duty, on the job, on the payroll, operating, plugging away, selected, signed

    Antonyms: idle, inactive, unemployed, unengaged, unoccupied

    busy O.E. bisig “careful, anxious, busy, occupied,” cognate with O.Du. bezich, Low Ger. besig; no known connection with any other Germanic or Indo-European language. Still pronounced as in M.E. but for some unclear reason the spelling shifted to -u- in 15c. The word was a euphemism for “sexually active” in 17c. Of telephone lines, 1893. In M.E. sometimes with a sense of “prying, meddlesome,” preserved in busybody. Busy work is first recorded 1910. The verb is O.E. bisgian.


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    Things You Understand If You’re The Busy Friend

    We hear ya.

    Are you chronically busy? Do you go to school and hold a job (or several)? Are you overly involved on campus? Do you have a semblance of a social life? Are you constantly having to prioritize and re-prioritize your to-do list? Do you have a tendency to overextend yourself? Do you sometimes feel like your friends just don’t understand? Are you The Busy Friend?

    We hear ya. The following is a list of some of the things that your fellow Busy Friends can identify with. If you’re not The Busy Friend, hopefully this list gives you some insights into the mind of The Busy Friend in your life.

    1. Scheduling everything. I mean, everything. You forget to schedule cushion time for a bathroom break? Bummer. Your whole day is thrown off.

    2. You have been so deprived of purely social interactions that when you finally do make it to that hang-out you scheduled two weeks ago and your friends are busy playing “Candy Crush” instead of being super present in this awesome, once-in-a-month quality friendship moment, you get unreasonably angry.

    3. Or the opposite. You finally have a moment to chill with friends, but it is only going to last so long and you’re the one too busy for the present. Remember how you haven’t called your grandma in three years? The to-do list you made seven minutes ago needs updating. You have not casually scrolled your Instagram/Facebook etc. allllll day. If you’ve been there, you know what I mean.

    4. When you explain how busy you are, and people tell you to “just do less”, and you’re like “I CANNOT JUST DO LESS. THIS IS MY LIFE. I DO THIS MUCH. THIS IS HOW MUCH I DO” and they still don’t get it. I mean, sure, you could maybe cut out your one hobby that allows you to be a sane and functioning human. And yeah, you could probably eat more top ramen and less actual food, saving on the amount of hours spent working and the amount of prep time. Sure, you could spend less time sleeping – who needs a solid 4 hours anyways?

    5. When you have a sudden opening in your schedule and become the most spontaneous person. You’ve got 27 free minutes and you’re up for anything. Where da crew?

    6 .You calculate the exact amount of minutes you will be able to sleep if you fall asleep now. How many REM cycles is that? 1.5? Awesome. If anyone interrupts your precious sleep, they might as well have woken a hibernating bear.

    7 .When Friday rolls around you can do nothing but fall into bed in exhaustion. Cue comments from friends about how you’re totes antisocial and why don’t you ever go out anymore.

    If you can identify with more than a few of these, you may just be The Busy Friend. Maybe it’s time to cut back on a few of your extracurriculars; maybe it’s time to start slimming down your friend group to the people who really matter to you. Trust me, I know the struggle of having to limit your activities and prioritize your passions. But even just making a small change can have a big impact on your schedule, energy level and social life.

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