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Office Switched To A Four Day Work Week With Surprising Results

There is more evidence that a four day work week is not only healthier for employees but better for the productivity of a company. A university in New Zealand worked with an employer on an experiment where half of it's 240 employees were paid for 40 hours a week but only worked 32 hours,...
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A Shark-Themed Cruise just In Time For Shark Week!

Our fascination of sharks has led to a series of horror movies, a shark tornado and a week of 24 hour shark programming on TV. Now in its 30th year, Discovery's Shark Week is being celebrated with its own cruise! This summer, Princess Cruises is launching not just a Shark Week Cruise, but an entire...
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Plan To Make Fridays A Short Work Day

Tomorrow is Friday and it's hailed as the end of the work week. But with that end there is a crunch to get your job done and sometimes that means working past the quitting hour and missing out on a round of after work food and drinks with your friends and family. SO with some guidance from...
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Sleeping In On The Weekends Good For Your Health

If you enjoy sleeping in on the weekend, it may be good for your health after all. While experts have said it is impossible for you to "catch up" on sleep, a team of scientists reexamined this theory and looked at the sleep data from about 44,000 Swedish adults collected in 1997 and followed up...
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Make Mid-Week Social Plans For Better Sleep

In our hectic schedules it seems crazy to plan a few drinks with co-workers on a Wednesday evening instead of Friday or to take an art class on a Thursday night instead of a Saturday morning. According to a new study, making mid-week plans outside of work, can help you relax and get better sleep...
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Simple Way To Know When To Replace Cleaning Sponges

Let’s be honest, how long have you been using the same kitchen sponge? Studies say sponges are actually dirtier than toilets and that you should replace your sponge about every week, which most likely isn't happening. So a simple way you can track your sponge timeline is to grab a permanent marker...
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If You Have More Than Two Headaches A Week, Seek Your Doctor

It's not uncommon to suffer from a headache but you shouldn't just shrug them off, especially if you suffer two or more headaches weekly. Dr. Michael Munger, the president of the American Academy of Family Physicians, says any more than two headaches for three weeks is a cause for concern. However...
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Want To Volunteer But Don't Have Time? Consider Micro-Volunteering

Helping others, especially at this time of the year, not only helps those in need but makes you feel good. But let's be honest, when can you volunteer and help those in need when you don't have enough time in eh day! Simple. Its call micro-volunteering. Many non-profits need clerical help, which...
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Housework Can Prolong Your Life By A Third

It would seem that you the constant cleaning of your house is killing you, it turns out that housework may actually prolonging your life. When researchers tracked over 130,000 people in 17 countries they found those who did any kind of exercise for 20 minutes cut their risk of early death by 31%...
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Why This Day Is Generally The Cheapest Day Of The Week To Fill Up

AAA says the lower gas prices and an improved economy are factors for a prediction of the busiest Memorial Day travel weekend in over 10 years . All those cars on the road mean they need gasoline and after studying three years of pricing analysis, the U.S. Energy Information Administration says...
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