Advantages of Receipts and Surveys

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People that frequent fast-food restaurants don’t often think of their receipts as coupons, and most consumers throw them away, but if you start to take notice you’ll find there’s money to be had, just by spending approximately 5 minutes in order to … [Read more...]

Secrets; the Good, the Bad and the Ugly Truth

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The innocence of adolescence …it’s how we begin our journey in life. As children, growing up we all shared secrets with our friends, and while it seemed perfectly harmless or silly at the time, psychologists today have many different opinions on this … [Read more...]

Apps for Almost Anything

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Depending on your lifestyle, making time for real face-to-face socializing can be a bit of a challenge today, especially for those that travel, commute to and from, and…or put in long hours at their job. Being on-the-go often makes it difficult for … [Read more...]

Things Retirees Do Once They Settle In

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People look forward to retirement after a lifetime of work, and while their to-do list becomes more like a bucket list, it’s clearly interesting to sit by and watch them every day…watching their next move in play. It appears that once retirees begin … [Read more...]

When ‘Someday’ Never Comes

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Crossing paths with an old friend or acquaintance somewhere can happen when least expecting it. In fact, it’s not uncommon to run into an old class mate or someone from our past. It’s what happens at the end of that quick unexpected meeting that … [Read more...]

The Lack of Conversation

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What ever happened to picking up the phone to call your friends or family? It seems to be a thing of the past, and for many of us...we don’t seem to understand the reasons behind those that prefer to text or communicate through social media sites … [Read more...]

What You Need to Know about Food

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With summer on its way, many are yearning for that irresistible flavor that comes with grilling, but before you make your food purchases…I’d like to share a few tidbits about what you’re consuming today. Years ago, many of us were raised among the … [Read more...]

Unusual Holidays and Their Founders

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The first four National Federal Holidays were New Year’s Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day; dating back to June 28th, 1870 when Congress created these in correspondence with other similar laws of States around the District, … [Read more...]

Amazing Traits of Animals and Their Intelligence

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Are there more differences between animals and human behaviors or similarities? My guess is its’ a horse a piece, (no pun intended). Recently after viewing the PBS channel (Spy in the Wild), I was amazed at the interactions of a few unlikely … [Read more...]

Award Shows and How They’ve Changed

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Many of us grew up watching award shows, from the Oscars to the Grammys… it was an evening of entertainment and watching your favorite celebrities, just to get a glimpse of what they were wearing; but today it’s apparent they are lacking in … [Read more...]