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Are Tech Toys Mentally Stimulating?

Even though there are a lot of people who question whether or not it is a good idea to introduce children to video games at a young age, there have been several studies indicating that age-appropriate electronic games can help mentally stimulate people of all ages. Many video games will also …

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Getting Your Garage Under Control

Most people who have a garage are under-utilizing it because they have allowed it to become full of clutter. Fortunately, there are several easy ways to reduce the clutter and make your garage become fully functional. One of the easiest tools that you can use to improve your garage is …

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How to Choose the Right TV Service

There are so many cable companies jumping to get your business that you might feel overwhelmed. Finding the right one for you and your family might seem daunting. It does not have to be a difficult task to choose the right TV service. You can easily compare and contrast each …

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Tips to Keep that Spring in your Step

As the weather begins to warm up, it is natural for people to decide to head outside without being in a car. Jogging, walking and bicycling will increase with each passing day, and participating in these activities can be both fun and good for your health. However, it is necessary …

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St. Patrick's Day: 4 Tips to Celebrating Safely!

With Saint Patrick’s Day quickly approaching, you may already be getting excited about planning green outfits, drinking green beer and attending some majorly wild parties. However, there is one thing that most people don’t consider while planning for this festive holiday: safety.  1. Don’t Drink and Drive This should be …

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5 Ways to Travel More Efficiently

Erica Moss is the community manager for Georgetown University’s online masters degrees in nursing, which partner with Nursing License Map to offer nursing career resources. She enjoys blogging, TV, pop culture and tweeting @ericajmoss. They say that it’s about the journey, not the destination, and that’s mostly true — except when it …

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