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You Can Help The Post Office With Operation Santa

Giving a gift is just as exciting as receiving one. Once again, you can help out Santa by "adopting" a letter to St. Nick and sending the child a toy, a new coat, or whatever else is on their Christmas list. Operation Santa is a program of the U.S. Postal Service that continues to evolve. When kids...
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Christmas Shipping Deadlines

Holiday shopping is moving along at a swift pace simply because, it has to, as we enter the month of December. If you want all of your holiday gifts to arrive on time this year, you'd better finish your gift shopping soon. Don't be fooled into thinking you've got a lot f time left to drop those...
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Extensions That Delete Old Social Media Post Quickly

It is a fact that more employers are searching social media histories before hiring associates and even firing current employees for their poor judgments of the past. Considering Facebook has been around for 14 years, those seemingly innocent post of you out on the town doing juvenile things can...
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This Kind Of Food Creates Stress

You wouldn't think that food as being a stress inducer but there are actually foods that can cause stress in the long-term. A new study found that eating foods that are high in saturated fats may lead you to "develop poor stress coping skills" in the long run. Specifically, researchers found that...
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The U.S. Post Office To Release Scratch And Sniff Stamps

Get ready to scratch and sniff your stamps! Just in time for summer, the U.S. Postal Service announced the Frozen Treats Forever stamps which are the first scratch-and-sniff Post Office stamps in US history. The stamps feature illustrations of frosty, colorful, icy pops on a stick but no...
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The Millennial Generation Gets A Definition Update

When it comes to generation names, the ones known as Millennials seems to be the most confusing. At one time, the generation that followed Gen X were called Gen Y but that lasted as long as Crystal Pepsi. That's because there is no official social constructs outside of the Baby Boomers, which the U...
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U.S. Postal Office To Release A Mr. Rogers Stamp Next Month

The U.S. Postal Service is launching plans to issue a new stamp featuring Mister Rogers, the children's television host known for his zip-up cardigan, sneakers, and soothing manner. The Forever Stamp will be unveiled March 23 at the public television station where Mister Rogers' Neighborhood was...
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Why Cats Scratch Furniture & How To Reduce The Destruction

It may be seen as a cat's spiteful nature to target expensive couches and chairs to shred with their claws. But you can thank nature and not your cat's personality for that. According to cat behaviorists, cats gravitate toward scratching furniture mostly because it's highly visible and that...
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Fast Food Restaurant Offers Free Burger Severance For Those Fired

Recently lost your job? Burger King feels your pain and wants to offer you a free burger, that is after you admit online that you've been fired! It’s part of the “own your fire” giveaway promotion. Burger King: Whopper Severance pic.twitter.com/Sx9LAoOEty — amisse (@amis0202) August 29, 2017 But...
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Worst Things You Can Do After A Workout

Finding motivation to exercise can be hard to find sometimes but when you do, it's a great feeling of accomplishment! But there are some things you may be doing that sabotage your efforts in becoming physically fit! So avoid these post-workout mistakes most commonly committed! #1-Change out of your...
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