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Divorce Myths and Facts

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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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How to Throw Your Own VIP Soiree, Vegas Style!

Hosting a great party is a memorable way to have fun and entertain your friends. When it comes to throwing a lively and entertaining soiree, no other city does it like Las Vegas. Since going to Vegas to throw a party isn’t necessarily the most feasible option, you want to try to bring that Sin-City vibe back home to where …

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10 Amazing Ideas for Random Acts of Kindness Week

Random acts of kindness are a great way to bring joy to another person’s day. By doing simple things that involve being nice to others, you might just generate a sense of happiness that has a ripple effect across dozens, even hundreds, of other individuals. Though started in New Zealand in 2005 as a single day, and observed there Sept. …

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Which Site Might Host Obama’s Presidential Library? [Infographic]

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In early 2015, the Barack H. Obama Foundation, a nonprofit group, will announce its recommendation for a site to host Obama’s presidential library, which will open several years after Obama leaves office in 2016. Hawaii, Obama’s birthplace, and New York, where he attended Columbia University, are possible spots that could host the library. It’s Chicago, however, that has to be …

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7 Tips for Buying a Used Car

7 Tips for Buying a Used Car

Buying a used car can be a chore, but if you do your homework, you can avoid driving off with a lemon and empty pockets. Used cars can save you much money over purchasing a new vehicle.  Arming yourself with the advice offered in these used car buying tips will give you the advantage when you are ready to go …

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Finding the Perfect Roommate [Infographic]

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Conflict with roommates has consistently ranked as one of the biggest stressors in college and is among the top five reasons students drop out. Suffice it to say, choosing a roommate can make or break your semester; it can either lead to a long and fulfilling friendship or end up in disaster. But it’s not just shooting in the dark …

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