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    The 25 Dog Breeds With the Longest Life Spans

    The oldest dog to ever have lived is Bluey, an Australian Cattle Dog from, oddly enough, Australia. He lived to the ripe old age of 29 years and 5 months, way back from 1910-1939. That’s getting on up there to almost 200 in dog years. Think humans will be able to say that some day? […] More

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    20 Celebrities Who Are Car Gurus

    Celebrities are just like regular people in that they love the same things as many of us. They love clothes, shoes, handbags, cars, travel, Disney, and so much more. What do you love, and what do you think your favorite celeb loves? While most of us can find and hold on to the things we […] More

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    10 Tricks Retailers Will Try To Use On Black Friday

    Black Friday is the biggest shopping day in the world. People leave their home in the middle of the night just to get in line and wait in the cold for hours just to get the items that they want at a good price. Retailers know that shoppers will be filling their stores, therefore, they […] More

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    20 Easy Ways to Save Money When you Cook

    Everyone loves to save money, and one of the best ways to save money is when you cook at home, right? Well, not always. Sometimes cooking at home can be far more expensive than just eating out at your favorite restaurant, but that doesn’t mean you should go out. For seven years now, my husband […] More

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    10 Reasons I’m Not Sending My Kids to College

    College is, and always will be, a good idea for most people. But let me start out by saying that college is not for everyone. There are plenty of people who will not attend college and will become very successful in their lives. There are plenty of people who will attend college and drop out […] More

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    Save Money By Using Less Laundry Detergent

    We’re all familiar with the concept of saving money using coupons and watching for sales. But, all too often, people forget that simply reducing the amount of product we use can go a long way towards saving money.  Check out some interesting facts on the next page. According to Consumer Reports, measuring the correct amount […] More

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    How To Find Cheap Hotels In New York City

    We all have a different idea of a cheap hotel room in New York City, and that’s based on our personal preferences, our standards and what we’re used to. This means it might be a bit difficult for me to tell you where to find cheap hotels in NYC because my idea of cheap might […] More

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    25 Ways to Single Out an American Anywhere in the World

    Before an American traveler even opens his or her mouth, chances are everyone around them already knows where they came from. (Not to mention where they went to school, their mothers’ names, and probably even all their current travel plans.) There are tell-tale signs in their mannerisms, their habits, what shocks them, and often it’s […] More

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    25 Top YouTube Stars and How Much They’re Worth

    The American video-sharing website YouTube has been around since 2005 when it was started by a group of former PayPal employees. What started as a simple upload, view, rate, and share affair has since become one of the top ways any ol’ Joe Schmo can earn a living—an exceptional living, at that. It’s through producing […] More

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    22 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Walt Disney

    Walter Elias Disney was born on December 5th, 1901 and went on to lead a life of creativity and inspiration that made him and his mouse a household name. The life of the world’s most famous animation tycoon includes humble beginnings, hardships, and immeasurable successes—his beloved characters are known the world over—but how much do […] More

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