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The Road to Freelance Writing

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What does it take to be a freelance writer? Read More »

Alarming Report: Your Smoke Detectors May Be Unreliable

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While reports have long declared the inefficiency of ionization fire alarms, many people remain unaware of the potential danger. Read More »

Five Things to Consider Before Buyiing an Apple Device for the Holidays

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Are you thinking about picking up a new Apple device for the holidays? If so, these considerations can help you save major bucks. Read More »

6 Ways to Use Social Media For Traveling

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Social media has become such an integral part our everyday lives that it’s difficult to leave behind. That’s why as much as 90 percent of vacationers use their mobile devices while traveling. Read More »

Four DIY Projects that Make Great Dates

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From painting to gardening to furniture-building, DIY is a great excuse for a date. Read More »

Why You Need to Watch Out for iOS 8 Updates

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The troublesome and brief history of iOS 8 shows that early adoption isn't always the best idea, especially if you rely heavily on your mobile device for everyday tasks. Read More »

’Tis the Season: How to Incorporate Nature into Holiday Decorations

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By using plants, you can create the cheer without calling to mind a loaded holiday tradition. Read More »

A Life Disrupted by Injury: Don’t Let This Happen to You

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To understand the potential severity of nonfatal injuries and how to respond to them after a car accident, take a look at a case study. Read More »

Great Vocational Training Opportunities for Women

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Women make up approximately 50 percent of the work force, but account for only 2.6 percent of the work force in the construction industry. Read More »

Sneaky Expenses that Bust Household Budgets

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Even a few dollars a day adds up to hundreds – or thousands – over the course of a year. Read More »