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Tips On How To Become A 6AM Morning Workout Champion

Experts say the best time to work out is in the morning, but let's be honest, it's super hard to get up and motivated so early in the day. However there are a lot of people who are somehow able to do it and they share some tips on how you can get your exercise done before the day officially begins...
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Plan To Make Fridays A Short Work Day

Tomorrow is Friday and it's hailed as the end of the work week. But with that end there is a crunch to get your job done and sometimes that means working past the quitting hour and missing out on a round of after work food and drinks with your friends and family. SO with some guidance from...
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Save Money By Booking Connecting Rooms Instead Of A Hotel Suite

Summer means vacation and for big families they also are annual reunions. While costs are divided up between families, you can make the costs easier for all by suggesting you book connecting rooms instead of a traditional suite. These are hotel room configurations where more than one bedroom is...
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Kids Eat Dinner at 3pm

It's a parental dilemma that spans generations. After a day of learning at school, your kid’s stomachs are empty and they're begging for food in mid-afternoon. So they have a snack to hold them over until dinner but now they don't want to eat when it's time to sit down for the main meal! One mother...
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Why You Should File Taxes Early, Even If You Owe

By now you've received your W-2s and even Statue of Libertys are dancing on street corners! Yep, its tax time and although most Americans will get a refund and can't file fast enough, many procrastinate either because they owe money or have a hard time understanding all the forms. But here are four...
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New Year Countdown For Kids

Now that Christmas has past, we focus on celebrating the start of a new year! But for little ones (and even many adults) staying up to midnight conflicts with their 8:30 bedtime. For the fourth year in a row, Netflix is bringing back its NYE on-demand countdowns so kids can celebrate the most...
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Early Retirement Shown To Shorten Your Life

Apparently working yourself to death is the exact opposite of what happens. Data collected by the U.S. Census found that people who choose early retirement had a 20% higher mortality risk than those who stay in the workforce longer. Those who retired at 62 appeared to shorten their life expectancy...
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Why We Shop On Black Friday

Why is it we sleep in on our days off, seek out the shortest checkout lines and resist complicated schedules for every other day of our lives, except Black Friday? Leave it to a psychologist to explain why. For some, it's tradition and tradition brings back memories from the past and creates new...
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Only 1% of Women Knew This Was A Symptom of Ovarian Cancer

We've seen the success of drawing attention to a cancer killer in breast cancer awareness month, which wraps up tomorrow. Big steps in early detection have been credited to a drop in breast cancer deaths. But self-awareness can also be an indication of another deadly cancer affecting women...
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Here Is How You Avoid Getting Bumped Off An Airplane Flight

The Internet erupted into outrage after a video surfaced of law enforcement removing a passenger from an oversold United Airlines flight 3411 from Chicago to Louisville Sunday night. It has brought up the dark secret of airline reservations. In short, every airline overbooks their planes. They use...
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