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Americans Lie About Wi-Fi On Vacation To Not Be Disturbed By The Office

The Internet has changed our lives and the way we take time off from work. A new survey finds that nearly half of working Americans (49%) lie about Wi-Fi access and cell reception while on vacation. In our connected world, it is getting harder to disconnect from work when enjoying leisure time. It...
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Website Offers Installment Plan To Pay For A Trip Over Time

For the most part, the longer you wait to book your airfare and hotel for a business trip or vacation, the more expensive it becomes. Not to mention the availability. While putting those expenses on a credit card will give you some time to pay it off, it can also tie up available credit that you...
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Older Americans Are Spending Too Much Time In Front Of Computer Screens

Younger generations get a lot of heat about spending too much time staring at computer screens from older generations. But a new study finds that Americans 60 and older are spending more time in front of their screens than a decade ago. Screen time is up 27%. It makes sense though with the...
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When To Book A Hotel For The Best Deal

There's some confusion when it comes down to booking a hotel. Should you reserve it as far ahead of time as possible to secure the best deal? Or should you wait until you're actually at the destination and try your luck by walking up to the counter? As it turns out, there may actually be a “right”...
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Online Calculator Estimate How Long it Takes To Read A Book

Finding the time to read can be challenging, especially when a story is so good you can't put the book down. So before you crack the cover, check out readinglength.com . This website will give you an estimated time frame of how long it will take you to read any one of thousands of titles. For...
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Triggers That Cause Us To Grab Our Phones And How To Break That Habit

Reaching for your phone in moments of silence, or because you simply struggle to disconnect, can be socially rude and emotionally tiring. Researchers believe they have identified four common triggers that prompt us to take our phones out and regardless of age, we all apparently to have the same...
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Capitalize On Coffee By Holding Off Your First Cup Until Three Hours After You Wake Up

The world is about to change for you, especially when you have the world take a number until you’ve completed your first cup of coffee in the morning. Besides getting your prepared for the daily tasks of life, over 127 scientific studies highlighted the many benefits of drinking coffee, from a...
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Kraft Willing To Pay For Child-Sitters As A Gift For Mother's Day

Mother's Day is Sunday (5/12/19) and while flowers, a spa day and jewelry are nice ways to let Mom know how much we appreciate her. Most mothers simply want time to themselves that is free of responsibility, free of planning, free of mothering to do whatever they want. This year Kraft wants to help...
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Health Experts Revise Screen Times For Children

It's a fact of life that we're viewing electronic screens more than ever and there's a good chance we'll see more as time goes on. It's a growing concern for health professionals in particular how much time our kids are staring into video screens. A comprehensive study of 4,500 children conducted...
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640 Words And Phrases Added To Merriam-Webster Dictionary

Congratulations! Your lexicon grew by 640 words and phrases this month as the editors of Merriam-Webster's dictionary adding creditability to an ever-changing English language. Entertainment fans will recognize a few of the new words on Merriam-Webster's list: Buzzy (generating speculation or...
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