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Spotting Fake Customer Product Reviews

When deciding on a product to buy, an honest review by someone who has it can be beyond helpful. In a 2011 survey, 87% of consumers said a positive review confirmed their decision to purchase a product and online customer reviews are the second most trusted source of product information, behind...
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Most Of Us Grossly Underestimate Our Subscription Service Costs

A world of limitless entertainment and convenience has made out lives easier, but this convenience is costly as a new survey finds that 84% of Americans grossly underestimate their monthly subscription-based spending. The survey found we guess that our monthly subscription services, such as Netflix...
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How To Curb Late Night Snacking

Like clockwork, as you prepare for bed, you are interrupted with hunger pains and those pains are usually attended by poor food choices. Even a decent-sized supper, you raid the refrigerator for a few more bites so that you can fall fast to sleep. Well science says late-night hunger could actually...
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Up Your Cornhole Game With Tips From A Pro

Backyards and tailgate parties are no stranger to the game cornhole and while it looks like a simple game to master, there is a level of skill, practice, and commitment to master it. Former cornhole world champion, Stacia "Queen" Pugh, the 2013 ACO World Championship of Cornhole winner, offers tips...
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Tips From The Pros On Painting A Room

Perhaps a little DIY project this weekend? Nothing jazzes up a room better than a fresh coat of paint. However a seemingly easy DIY project can be disastrous, so here are some professional paint tips. 60% to 70% of painting is prep. Make sure your drop cloths are in place and your countertops and...
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You Should Be Plogging!

Do you plog? It's all the rage in Sweden and it's something you can easily do too! Plogging is simple. When you are out for your morning or afternoon jog and you come across some litter, stop and pick it up; hence plogging! To prepare, ploggers usually wear gloves while they run – to make handling...
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How To Keep Your Phone's Maps From "Re-Routing" You While On The Road

Hitting the open road is as American as apple pie and with the ease and convenience of digital maps that offer real time traffic information, our apps are constantly changing the route to save of travel time. While that may sounds like a good idea, in many cases the time savings are negated by...
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Keep Cooked Food Safe To Eat At A Cookout

Cooking at home, the general rules is you have about two hours to get the food in your stomach or in the fridge before it begins to go bad. Naturally, that time is shortened when eating outside in the summer heat but it's shorter than most people believe. According to food safety experts,...
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Tips For Getting Airline Seats Together For Large Parties

If you haven't flown in a while then you're in for some disappointing news. Even when you’re booking a flight early, sometimes it can be hard for you to get a seat beside your travel companion. Airlines are making it increasingly difficult to select that perfect seat before you fly, which means...
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Keep Cats Off Your Countertops With These Tips

The struggle is real! Our beloved cat brings us joy but our curious critters can sometime be unwelcome in the kitchen, especially after using the litter box and wondering on to your counter where food is being prepared. Even worse is the food being out and they leap on to the surface to investigate...
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