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Stop Being Late All The Time

Being late once is understandable. Being frequently or even “occasionally” late is rude. It’s time to get back on schedule with some easy methods you can do to be punctual. The first thing to do is stop explaining why you are late. If you don’t allow yourself to make excuses, you’ll stop letting...
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Break These Habits To Keep Your Breasts From Sagging

Time for a talk with "The Girls." A leading cosmetic surgeon has revealed the bad habits that are making your boobs saggy. While we all know that age mixed with gravity can cause skin tissue to become loose and allow breast tissue to sag, there are some everyday habits that could be making your...
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Most Americans Keep Their True Feelings Bottled Up Even To Close Friends And Family

When you’re sad or stressed, do you have someone you can reach out to in confidence for help? Even though most people do, a new survey suggests millions of Americans simply keep their feelings bottled up. A quarter of the 2,000 adults questioned in this survey said they didn’t have someone to...
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How To Wake Up Feeling Amazing!

Once upon a time you would wake up from your slumber feeling like a million bucks! Full of life, energy and free of aches and pains. What happened? Now you're lucky to get a few hours of solid sleep to only be awakened by the buzz of an alarm. Whether you call it sleep hygiene or the newer buzz...
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Adult Sleep-Overs Offered At The San Diego Zoo

Why should kids only experience the fun of a sleep over? Adults can once again enjoy the glee of a pajama party as the San Diego Zoo in California offers an Adults-Only Roar & Snore event on select weekends between April and November. Guests will have access to the zoo from 4:15 in the...
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When You Should Stop Taking Medications To Prevent An Addiction

It seems the older we get, the more medications we take. While some medications may be needed long-term to help manage chronic conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure. But there others designed for short-term usage and may be harmful if used for too long. How might you know whether it’s...
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NASA & ESA Looking For People To Lay Around In Exchange For Cash

For once, laying around all day can be profitable! NASA and the European Space Agency are looking for 24 volunteers to test the effectiveness of artificial gravity on Earth for 60 days in exchange for $18,500. During this time, you'll be confined to laying down. And that means everything; from...
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Waking Up Several Times To Make A Trip To The Bathroom Should Be Addresssed

Drinking a lot of water is good for your body! But what comes in must come out and that usually results in a staggering trip in complete darkness to the bathroom in the middle of the night to complete the circle of water life. But if you are waking up multiple times a night to make that trip to the...
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The Strange Effects Of Daylight Saving Time (DST)

Prepare for it now. Daylight saving time starts this Sunday, which not only means we lose an hour of weekend (and sleep) but strange things happen. The likelihood that you'll spend more money in the first Monday of Daylight Saving Time (DST) was proven in a 2016 study comparing spending habits in...
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Parents Lose Sleep Up To Six Years After Bringing Home A Newborn

It's no secret that new parents get little sleep during the first few months after welcoming home their family's latest addition. However it may take up to six years for parents to get back into their regular sleeping habits! The report look at over 4,000 new mothers and fathers of their first,...
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