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Take A Summer Vacation This Year

Anne Middleton
March 24th, 2016

It’s not too early to begin dreaming of sand and surf and plane rides.  It’s time to put together an agenda for summertime fun! The search for airline tickets, car rentals, a quality hotel and reliable resources to plan a fun and memorable vacation are simpler than ever with a little help from the internet and websites like Expedia. Unfortunately, the joy of a summer vacation has become elusive to many Americans. A study found that U.S. workers forfeited $52.4 billion in time-off benefits and took less vacation time than at any point in the past four decades.

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The Best Ways To Save Money On Car Maintenance

Anne Middleton
March 23rd, 2016

Did you know that he average age of vehicles on the road has climbed to an all-time high of 11 ½ years? Saving money is one of the primary reason there are so many older cars on the road.  But it requires extra care and preventative maintenance to keep a “maturing” car running.  This is one reason your auto parts store can become your best friend when it comes to saving on car parts. Not only does routine auto care and precautionary upkeep help keep your car safe and dependable, but it will save you money. For example: 1. Change Your Oil The well-known rule of changing your oil every 3,000 miles may no longer be true.

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Fun Events In Your City

Anne Middleton
March 22nd, 2016

The staycation is still burgeoning in popularity, though there have been signs of a recovering economy.  In the UK, staycations hit a 7-year high in 2015.  We have LivingSocial coupon codes and Hotels.com deals to help you enjoy fun events and attractions in your city.  Before you book your flight to an expensive, faraway country’s tourist trap, explore what’s going on in your very own city. So how do you become a tourist in your own town? Here are a few tips. 1. Pretend you are hosting a tourist, like a relative or a friend. Where would you recommend a visitor to your city go? 2. Peruse your city’s events calendar.

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Top 4 Fabulous DIY Projects You Should Make This Spring

Anne Middleton
March 21st, 2016

Spring is one of the most cheerful times of the year. It’s a great opportunity to enjoy some DIY arts and crafts projects.  Whether it is dying Easter eggs or enjoying a few craft projects with your kids, these ideas will brighten up your home as the sunny days return. The numbers on the money spent just on this one springtime Easter holiday are astounding. Recent data revealed that Americans will dish out $14.6 billion dollars to celebrate this annual occasion.

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Ways To Boost Your Tax Return

Anne Middleton
March 18th, 2016

Tax Time.  Just those two little words create a myriad of emotions in American citizens. The preparation and filing of income taxes generates fear, bewilderment and anger. But taxes can also produce a feeling of joy and be a time of celebration for those receiving a significant refund. Regardless of your sentiments on income tax, there is no way to get around it. The time has come to track down your receipts, bank statements, housing costs and charitable contributions and record them on the government’s confusing and lengthy tax forms by the April deadline.

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Interesting Summer Camps For Kids

Anne Middleton
March 17th, 2016

In a different generation, every kid’s summer vacation included a week or two at summer camp.  At that time, all summer camps were pretty similar.  These camps would be situated in the mountains or by a lake or river.  Daily activities included fishing, making lanyards, kayaking, campfires and pulling pranks on your bunk mates. The American Camp Association (ACA) reports that there are about 7,000 overnight camps and 5,000 day camps in the United States. These camps are attended each year by more than 11 million children and adults.

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Is It Safe To Get Pet Medications Online?

Anne Middleton
March 16th, 2016

Are you a “pet parent?”  Then you’ll appreciate the convenience, quality and value of 1-800-PetMeds, America’s largest pet pharmacy. Founded over twenty years ago, 1-800-PetMeds offers a comprehensive array of prescription and non-prescription pet medications plus other wellness items for the overall health of dogs, cats and horses, too. The superior commitment of 1-800-PetMeds to the highest quality items and service finds this experienced online retailer employing the largest number of veterinary pharmacists in the world.

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What’s The Best Software To Protect Your Computer?

Anne Middleton
March 15th, 2016

Ask any technology expert and without hesitation, he or she will encourage each individual and every business to employ protection from Malwarebytes, McAfee downloads or AVG antivirus software. These crucial defensive tools can mean the difference between stolen information and overall security on-line. Every year, more than 70 million American adults discover that their personal information has been compromised, according to a survey conducted by the prestigious corporation, Consumer Reports.  “Compromised” is a nice way of saying “taken without permission.

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Tips For Getting Healthier As The Weather Gets Warmer

Anne Middleton
March 14th, 2016

Looking at the calendar, the first day of spring is just around the corner to be celebrated on March 20th.  It is a bit frightening to believe it’s time to start thinking about ditching the raincoats, sweaters and parkas and preparing for warmer (and more revealing) clothes. This date on the calendar is Mother Nature’s way of telling us it is time to focus on fitness, pump up the exercise and get back in the habit of cardio workouts. Whether you want to drop a couple of pounds or get a bit leaner, warmer weather is a great time to focus on returning to a healthier lifestyle.

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How To Save On Home Improvement Projects

Anne Middleton
March 11th, 2016

So you say you are ready to become a “Do-It-Yourselfer” and can’t wait to get started. You are filled with anticipation imagining the money you’ll save on the multiple home improvements you’ve planned. It’s true that DIY can be the ultimate money-saving tool.  The first is to leave you pride at the door and realize that you may require guidance to get started on the adventure of DIY home renovation projects.  If you are feeling a bit overwhelmed, a good place to begin is at your local home improvement store. There is no better source of support and advice for home renovations than Lowe’s.

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