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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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The Benefits Of An Assisted Living Facility

Providing a loved one with care and treatment after an injury or illness can be a difficult task to handle alone. Short term respite stays at an assisted living center are the ideal option for seniors who are recuperating from an injury or illness. This is also an excellent choice …

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Ergonomics: What It Means and Why It’s Important

Most corporate executives agree that the human capital of any given company is its biggest asset. No matter how effective the policies are, little success can be expected until the companies make it simple for their employees to work within the given infrastructure. It is a shame that apart from …

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How To Jazz Up Your Garden Furniture For Spring

As soon as spring makes its first entrance there’s always the temptation to start taking your morning coffee break out in the garden. Unfortunately, if you haven’t prepared your garden furniture properly before winter, you might have to revitalise it before use. This might only involve simple maintenance or repainting, …

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How To Create The Ultimate Packing List

There are so many decisions to be made when you go through the process of moving from one home to another. Instead of just packing everything and moving into your new home, you have a great opportunity to clear out everything you don’t need. Creating the ultimate packing list will …

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Field Sobriety Test – What You Don't Know Could Cost You

No one enjoys having encounters with police officers if you’re on the wrong side of the law. Unfortunately, many people face this stressful situation when they’re pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI). Everyone knows about breathalyzer tests, but police officers also perform other field sobriety tests …

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