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Allergies Blow! 4 Steps to Getting Rid of the Sniffles and Breathing Easy Again

Allergies Blow! 4 Steps to Getting Rid of the Sniffles and Breathing Easy Again

| February 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

Many Americans are dealing with the sniffles due to allergies, so you are not alone. Still, no matter how common this issue is, no one wants to be stuck with the sniffles. The following are a few steps to take to contain this problem. Reduce the Sneeze First thing you are going to want to […]

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Improving Education Around Financial Terms

Improving Education Around Financial Terms

| February 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

True Potential LLP, the parent company of True Potential Investor, has partnered with the Open University to create the True Potential Centre for the Public Understanding of Finance (PUFin). In addition, it offers, many free financial courses to help improve the UK’s financial understanding. To date, these courses have benefitted 200,000 people. Following a recent […]

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Take Your Band from the Garage to the Stage

Take Your Band from the Garage to the Stage

| February 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

Nothing is more pertinent to the mythology of modern music than the garage band. A group of outcast friends gathering together to jam out their thoughts and feelings, dreaming of fame and fortune, while their neighbors shout at them to keep it down is the foundation upon which the temple of rock and roll was […]

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House Help: Who to Call When DIY Turns Disastrous

House Help: Who to Call When DIY Turns Disastrous

| February 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

You mean well when you believe you can fix a household fixture or appliance or do a bit of remodeling downstairs. Unfortunately, sometimes things can go rapidly south when you don’t really know what you are doing or you underestimate the scope of a project. Sometimes you will find yourself desperately calling in the experts […]

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Icy Roads: How to Handle a Cold Winter Crash

Icy Roads: How to Handle a Cold Winter Crash

| February 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

You just want to jump in your car and get to where you are going without worrying, but that does not mean everything will go as planned. Accidents happen, and they happen more often during the winter for a number of reasons, such as black ice. This is why it is important to know how […]

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5 Innovative Tips when Moving with a Pet

5 Innovative Tips when Moving with a Pet

| January 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

Moving is stressful for your whole family, including your pets. Pets may experience stress during the actual move and while adjusting to a new home. Fortunately, you can minimize the stress your pets experience and help them adjust to their new surroundings. Here are five ways to help smooth the transition. In Transit When transporting […]

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Bad Break? How to Keep Your Job after a Serious Injury Puts You Out

Bad Break? How to Keep Your Job after a Serious Injury Puts You Out

| January 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

A serious injury can have a huge impact on your day-to-day life, and one of the things to worry about when you’re injured is keeping your job. If you can’t come in to work, there’s always the chance that your employer could decide they need to move on. Although you can never control what your […]

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Keeping It Clean: How to Manage Your Household Chores on a Tight Schedule

Keeping It Clean: How to Manage Your Household Chores on a Tight Schedule

| January 24, 2018 | 1 Comment

There seems to be endless things to do and projects to get done on a daily basis, and free time is often at a minimum. Because of this, some tasks and activities, including cleaning the house, tend to get left out of the daily or weekly schedule. Keeping up with household chores is important, and […]

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Pre-Spring Cleaning: 4 Home Updates to Make before Spring

Pre-Spring Cleaning: 4 Home Updates to Make before Spring

| January 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

Preparing for the spring means you’re likely to start digging through the closets, throwing out old items and bringing up clothes for warmer weather. Before you start to address these projects, however, consider some larger updates to your home. Pave the Patio and Driveway Whether you plan to host parties with relatives and friends or […]

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Home Changes to Suit Your Hobbies

Home Changes to Suit Your Hobbies

| January 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

What does your home mean to you? Is it just a place that you happen to end up at, every day? Just a place to sleep and take care of your hygiene before heading out the door again? Or is it something more? A home should feel like a place that you want to be […]

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