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Refresher Course On Cleaning The Bathroom

With just over two weeks until Thanksgiving, time is running short in preparing the holiday menu, let alone give your home the proper cleaning for arriving guests. Probably eh room that gets the most cleaning attention is the bathroom. Besides guests arriving, there may be some cleaning mistakes...
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Kids Should Remain In Rear Facing Car Seats Much Longer Than Before

It's a question many parents have turned to their Pediatrician for an answer, how long should a child seat face backwards? A new recommendation from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says that “Children should ride in a rear-facing car seat for as long as possible, up to the limits of their...
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Labor Day Flights Cheapest in Four Years

Good news if you are planning on a Labor Day trip by air. Flights for the unofficial ending of summer are expected to be the cheapest in four years. On average, domestic airfare prices around Labor Day weekend are expected to be around $255 this year. In 2015, domestic airfare for that weekend...
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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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Most Kids Are Not Safe In Car Seats

A scary recent report found that of 3,000 kids in car seats, 59% were strapped in unsafely. The study used surprised car seat inspections and found 36% of the car seats were not fitted properly to the vehicle, and a further 33% were found unsuitable for the children they carried, either the seat...
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Dirtiest Parts Of Your Car

How clean is your car? It's probably not as clean as you think according to a study that swabbed 20 inside parts of a car. Surprisingly the least dirtiest place is the most touched. The steering wheel was one of the most germ-free areas swabbed. In fact the seatbelt button and hand brake were...
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Thieves Pile Four Tons Of Stolen Oranges In The Back Seat Of Two Cars

Normally when you think of a heist, its money, diamonds or a nuclear missile being stolen. While helping yourself to some fruit pieces may not raise too many red flags, stealing over four tons of oranges with many of them piled in the back seat of a sedan ca, you're gonna attract some attention!...
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Teach Your Child To Ride A Bicycle Without Training Wheels

We all have memories of learning to ride a bicycle. We couldn't wait to get those training wheels off and although it took some skinned knees and hands, we were off and riding down the street on two wheels! As many parents re-teach this art form to their kids, a suggestion that you're better to...
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Advice On How To Sleep On An Airplane

Trying to catch some sleep on an airplane is one of the most challenging quests known to humankind, unless you are fortunate enough to fly first class. But there may be certain spots in economy that make for the best shut-eye. First, pick a seat near the front of the airplane, which generally offer...
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Your Airline Seat Preference Says A Lot About Your Personality

Did you ever think that picking a seat on an airplane says a lot about your personality? While there are the practical reasons for picking an aisle or window seat, with aisle devotees pointing ut the ease of lavatory access and the freedom to get up for a walk around and window seat devotees...
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