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POSTMar 13, 2019
Submitted by: Collin Pike Spring is right around the corner. This upcoming season is full of sunshine, long days, and it marks the beginning of warmer weather. With having so much to look forward to, what better way to transition into Spring then with celebrating St. Patrick’s Day? When we think of St. Patrick’s Day, . . .
POSTFeb 01, 2019
It’s time to party! What kind of birthday party fits your Zodiac sign the best? Aquarius (Jan 20 – Feb 18) A camping trip with friends and healthy food will be an ideal birthday for an Aquarius. They will enjoy being unplugged and in nature! Pisces (Feb 19- Mar 20) Extremely fitting for this sign, a . . .
POSTAug 13, 2018
You don’t need a fortune to have fun! August is Family Fun Month so it’s the perfect time to make memories together before school starts. Don’t let summer slip away before you’ve soaked up all the fun these long, sunny days have to offer. Check out some inexpensive ways to spend time and have fun . . .
POSTMay 14, 2018
Some roadside attractions are too much fun to pass up. While you’re on your next summer road trip, whether sightseeing or just need a break from driving every few hours, these silly, sometimes strange sights are worth taking a break to stretch your legs. The kids will thank you for it! See the full list . . .
POSTMay 13, 2018
When you’re looking for the best place to eat where you live or when you’re traveling, keep in mind that there’s a secret to looking up businesses on Yelp: “Best restaurants near me” is the best way to start. This graphic lists all the most reviewed and top-rated restaurants in the US. such as, Fox . . .
POSTMay 10, 2018
It’s hard to imagine making $1 a second. On the surface, it’s not immediately evident that it is the equivalence of $86,400 per day or $31.5 Million a year. While most people and even companies would consider that a windfall, the most profitable companies would probably consider it a devasting year. That may sound harsh . . .
POSTApr 10, 2018
Spring is not just a time to clean the inside of your house, it’s also the perfect time to focus on “cleaning” your outside space. You may be one of many who is dreaming about a designer lawn so let’s make the grass greener on your side of the fence. If you need some help . . .
POSTMar 08, 2018
Tax deductions aren’t just for the super-rich. Many deductions help middle and lower income individuals. Some of those deductions are common, like deducting auto expenses for business travel, and some are less commonly known, such as deducting the storage unit fees for your move. Then there are some downright, unusual deductions that are surprisingly acceptable (within the right . . .
POSTSep 29, 2017
Pumpkin-Pie Deodorant? I love Pumpkin pie spice as much as the next person. I’ll admit it, I’m probably the first in line for a Pumpkin Pie Latte when hits my favorite coffee shop. It has a way of ringing in the beginning of a special time of the year, cool weather and holidays when the whole . . .
POSTAug 17, 2017
College isn’t all about classes, tests and degrees. While those things are important, the college experience is about growing and gaining new perspectives. A great way to start this path is to make yourself at home. Many incoming freshman live is dorms, and some stay there until graduation. It is important to make a space . . .