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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 »

Focusing on Each Moment for a Healthy Life

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Learning to live in the moment is more than just filling the mind with something useful. The process of going from frustration and confusion to harmony and satisfaction is life changing. Read More »

Cloud Computing and Cloud Storage: A Quick Consumers’ Guide

Cloud based computing is convenient, but is it safe?

Cloud-based computing and storage really has become in some ways the best option for backing up and sharing files and data. Here are some good options for consumers. Read More »

Summer Safety Tips for Motorcycle Riders and Other Motorists

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The things that make motorcycles so attractive can also pose risks to riders' safety. Read More »

Eco-Friendly Pet Care Tips

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It's important to consider the long-term consequences of your purchases, since they can affect ecosystems or even harm your pet. Read More »

‘Pretty Pro: The Exciting Makeover Race Game’

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Players race to collect the six components of a makeover: Lipstick, Blush, Eyeshadow, Brows, Earrings, and the PrettyHeart Tiara, which denotes inner beauty. Read More »

Seven Prison Weight Loss Secrets

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The "secret" to weight loss is, well, not a secret at all. All of us understand that weight loss is a mathematical equation. Read More »

Seven Steps to a Successful Prison Disciplinary Outcome

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It's a sad fact that a prisoner charged with inmate misconduct is judged by the reporting officer's co-workers. Read More »

SEO Secrets: Creating Guest Blog Posts

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Many of today's SEO techniques don't hold water. Search engines are more and more about quality versus quantity. Read More »

How to Travel with a Dog

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Traveling with an animal can pose a huge inconvenience, but even worse is that it’s incredibly taxing on your pet. Read More »