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The Cheapest Weekends To Travel In 2020

Weekend trips are fun, but they can also wind up being pretty expensive. Hotwire recently took a look at historical booking data for hotels to determine when the most affordable weekends are to travel in 2020, and released a list of the most affordable weekends. What is incredible about these...
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Veterans Day Perks For 2019

We honor service men and women Monday for Veterans Day. Although we can never completely show how much we appreciate your service to our Country, there are many businesses who offer discounts on Veterans Day. Applebee’s' is offering free meals to veterans and active duty military, as well as BJ's...
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Names Of The Richest People In The World

Bruno Mars sings about wanting to be a billionaire, but there's be as greater chance of Bruno was named John, Dave or Thomas. The website HushHush.com published a list of boy and girl names "who "who are most likely to become billionaires when they grow up." John (Johnathan/Jonny), Dave (David),...
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Most And Least Expensive Vehicles For Maintenance Costs

The true cost of owning a car goes beyond the sticker price. Maintenance, for example, is an expense that can add up quite a bit over time. Recently a car repair company analyzed their own data to find out which car brands and models require the most maintenance over time. YourMechanic.com looked...
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Most Home Renovation Programs Are Unrealistic

: If you’ve ever watched HGTV, you know how easy it is to get sucked into the shows. While there’s no shame in binging whatever reno-marathon is on TV, it’s important to remember that these programs are not always accurate. In fact, realtors will tell you that buying or fixing one up is much more...
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Chores For Kids At Any Age

Since the dawn of time, children have been tasked with helping their parents on what have become chores. Having children do chores is not just an efficient way to get it all done; it’s an integral part of raising happy, confident children who become productive and conscientious members of their...
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All National Parks Are Free This Saturday

This weekend wraps up National Park Week, which is celebrated annually by the U.S. Parks Service by offering free admission to every National Park! All national parks and sites, from Acadia to Zion National Park, will offer free admission on Saturday, April 20. So you can take the family to a day...
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What To Do When You Forget Your Grocery Shopping List

Financial experts say the best way to keep on budget is to make a grocery list and stick with it. But what happens when you forget the grocery list at home? No to worry as research shows the best way to shop, even with a list, is to wander the aisles. After observing more than 700 consumers,...
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Our Love For Soft Toilet Paper is Wiping Out Old Growth Forests

We love toilet paper! Our love is so strong that Americans use around three rolls of toilet paper each week, accounting for one-fifth of the world's tissue consumption and making us the world leader in toilet paper consumption. And it isn't just any TP. It has to be strong and it has to be soft and...
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Cut Down Your Email Time By Organizing It With Two Folders

It is estimated that we spend an average of 20 hours a week dealing with email. That's 28% of our week dedicated to opening, replying, acting and deleting email. But one method touted by a time management firm claims you can cut down your email time by 50%. First is to just use two email folders...
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