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Top tips on how to have a digital detox

Digital Detox

Advances in technology have helped to reimagine much of the way we work, play, learn and socialise, and have had a profound effect on the way we communicate to and connect with those around us. Most developments in technology are advantageous, but there is increasing concern that the amount of time we dedicate to digital devices is having a detrimental …

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Benefits of Single-Gender Education


In 2006, the U.S. Department of Education relaxed restrictions on single-gender education. Since then many schools, both public and private, have begun to separate students into same-sex learning environments. Much research has been done on the subject, and recently the U.S. Department of Education issued a report collating the findings of various research studies concerning same-gender versus coeducational schooling. The …

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Men Can Shop for Glasses Painlessly


Men don’t always like to shop for themselves, but when they do, they go right for the sale. Get in, get out, and get the goods. That’s why online shopping is perfect for them. From buying running shoes to a new rain jacket, even finding glasses for men, the internet is the new frontier to spend, and it’s a great …

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Top Cities for Industrial Careers


If you are looking to start an industrial career in Houston, you are in luck. According to Manufacturers’ News, Houston is the number one city for industrial employment as of 2012, boasting 235,038 manufacturing jobs. This is an increase of nearly three percent from the previous year. New York is up next, with 140,952 jobs, up by about 1.3 percent. …

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How to Make Online Dating Work For You

Online dating used to be considered fairly risky, but it’s largely no longer regarded that way. More and more people are dating on the Internet instead of meeting people at work, school, or at other social gatherings.  In fact, quite a few relationships are now starting online as opposed to meeting the person face-to-face in the beginning. Strange as this …

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Do You Have Money on the Table?

Every state, as well as the District of Columbia, has a treasury that operates an unclaimed property fund. The money that sits in these accounts comes from old bank accounts, monies from insurance policies, stocks, etc., left by people who’ve forgotten about them or are unaware that they received a refund from a business. Even politicians have money in unclaimed …

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10 Springtime Tips to Brighten Your Home

Now that spring is here, it’s time to spruce up your home and get ready to enjoy the warmer season. It’s time to tackle your list of home improvements. This is the time of year to pay special attention to the outside of your home and shake off your cabin fever. Here are ten tips to improve your curb appeal …

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Divorce Myths and Facts


One only needs to turn to the Internet to realize two things: A) there is a lot of information out there and B) a lot of that information is contradictory. When it comes to divorce, this contradictory information seems to flourish, leaving readers with no idea of what is truth and what is myth. Most of us have undoubtedly heard …

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Recycling Is More Than Just Saving Aluminum Cans

Consumers are getting smarter than ever about their contributions to local landfills. Some people have even outfitted their homes with customized bins to hold trash and recyclables. But there is much more to recycling than just a standard aluminum can collection. As technology has improved, ever more items can be reused or reformulated into new products instead of stripping further …

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