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4 Investing Tips to Grow Wealth

Even though you probably have heard that it is important to start saving for retirement when you are young, the median savings for the millennial generation is $0. Zip. Zilch. Nada. This does not bode well for the younger generation, especially with a struggling Social Security program and the lack of pensions today. Without investing in your own retirement, there …

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Yoga Positions Mom and Kids Could Try Together

Yoga is a popular fitness exercise which includes controlled breathing, meditating, and poses or posture that is used for relaxation that promotes good health. The poses they made in yoga are called “asana” (to seat). From the history asana was only a meditation in sitting position for a long period of time and then the poses were added as time …

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Money in College:Where Does It Go?

The first word a student should learn before going to college is frugality. The second item on the agenda is to understand your finances and seriously manage your expectations. Going to college without the intention of setting a budget – and sticking to it – is a recipe for financial disaster. How do you know what to budget for? Some …

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Top 20 Twitter users 2014

By the end of 2014 the most followed person on Twitter was (and still is) Katy Perry with 63.4 million followers. Second place took Justin Bieber with 59.3 million followers; also, Bieber received 114.5 million retweets, which raised him to the top-1 most retweeted accounts. The third was Barrack Obama with 53.2 million followers. By the way, he has the …

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Using promotional products in a social media campaign

It has never been easier to promote a product than it is today. With all these new types of media, getting more and more developed and expanded, it is almost impossible for anyone to resist. One of the latest researches had shown, that almost 90% of the office workers have, at any time, on their desk at least one item …

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Thought You Knew All About Bad Credit? Think Again!

If you thought you knew all about bad credit, you are in for quite the surprise.  Turns out there is a lot to learn about bad credit, especially for small business owners!  Bad credit has the potential to make or break a business.  Without a good credit history, small business owners will find it difficult to obtain loans that will …

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Caring For Your Lawnmower Over Winter

Understanding how to care for your lawnmower in the winter months can be the difference between it starting smoothly come spring and it failing to run altogether. Our simple infographic will guide you towards the key areas of your mower to focus on (whether it has a petrol engine or uses battery power) when you’re thinking about tucking your machine …

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Getting Started With Water Conservation

The ongoing struggle for resource conservation and the promotion of an environmentally conscious mindset takes many forms, from activism and charities to simple changing of habits. If you want to contribute to this cause, you don’t have to take part in different initiatives or sign up with an organization dealing with these issues, all that you need to do is …

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The Quest for the Ultimate Customer Checkout Experience

The Quest for the Ultimate Customer Checkout Experience features six different grocery store checklane configurations that include Scan & Pass, Power Takeaway, Carousel w/Express, Carousel w/Self-Checkout, Power Takeaway w/Express, and High Volume Lane with Self-Checkout & Carousel.   Each configuration lists how much merchandising space would be available and how many employees would be needed to operate each configuration at 100% …

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