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Top 10 Fitness Applications For Mobile

Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

Determine which apps are worth your time and you can look at ratings or reviews from previous users,
but those stars and reviews only tell part of the story unless you use it. So we gather our top 10 fitness apps for you.

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13 Ways To Improve Your Career with Social Media

Friday, May 22nd, 2009

 

Thirteen ways that you will certainly say social media has helped my career :
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Ways to Increase the Value of Your Home in Economic Crisis

Friday, January 2nd, 2009

Are you looking to increase the value of your home while staying within your budget? Full remodels, even for one room, can cost many thousands of dollars, and while the cost may be worth it if you’re planning on staying put, most remodeling projects increase your home’s value by at most 80 or 90 cents for every dollar you invest. Thus, if you’re looking to sell your home right away, or if you’re buying and selling a home for profit, you want to keep your improvements simple and cheap.

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78 Ways for Your Small Business to Save Money in this Economy

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

With the economy struggling, every business is trying to cut costs to make ends meet. Small businesses, which have fewer resources, especially feel the burn.

Not to fear. We’ve come up with a mega-list of ways to trim the fat off your enterprise so you don’t become a casualty of the latest economic downturn.

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10 Simple things to improve your writing

Tuesday, September 30th, 2008

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The good thing about following a few rules in your writing, even if some of them seem arbitrary or trivial, is that it frees you up to concentrate on what you’re trying to say instead of trying to figure out why something doesn’t sound right or worrying that it’s just plain wrong.

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Top 18 Money Management Sites

Wednesday, September 24th, 2008

With the average debt in the United States rapidly rising, many individuals are looking for a better way to manage their bank accounts, credit cards, savings and investments. While there are lots of software solutions available, cutting edge Web 2.0 technology has given rise to many new money management tools and services that make keeping track of personal finances easy. However, don’t let all the jargon make choosing between these tools difficult.

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40 Networking Tools for Freelancers

Saturday, July 12th, 2008

Being a freelancer definitely has its perks — having the freedom to pick and choose projects, clients and schedules to name a few– but it can be a lonely profession. Many deals are struck through emails or even IMs, and close, personal relationships don’t often exist. If you’re a freelancer, there’s no need to get discouraged, however; this list of 40+ networking tools will connect you to a new world of both solidarity and professionalism, where you can find jobs, vendors and other freelancing friends.
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100 Tools and Tips to Get Free Cable TV

Saturday, July 12th, 2008

With the availability of TV online these days, there’s almost no reason to subscribe to cable TV. You can take advantage of players, network channels, download sites and more to see all of the TV you want online, and even transfer it to your TV. Read on to discover tips and resources for getting free cable TV.
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18 ways to improve your body language

Saturday, October 20th, 2007

Improving your body language can make a big difference in your people skills, attractiveness and general mood.

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31 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Exercise

Saturday, October 20th, 2007

How do you find motivation to exercise when you just don’t feel like getting off your butt? I ask myself this question every now and then, and I have the feeling I’m not the only one.

A few weeks ago, I wrote 4 Simple Steps to Start the Exercise Habit
and the fourth and final step was to add motivation as needed until the habit sticks. This post is to help you with that fourth step.
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20 free ways to save energy

Saturday, October 20th, 2007

An exclusive excerpt from Consumer Reports’ “Complete Guide to Reducing Energy Costs”

Consumer Reports’ “Complete Guide to Reducing Energy Costs” is crammed with ways to cut your energy bills. Some take a little money and effort, such as weatherstripping your windows. Some take a little restraint, such as picking a sedan instead of an SUV. Others require investment, such as choosing the more-efficient refrigerator, even if the price tag is a bit higher. Of course, the best ways to save energy dollars are the ones that take no money and little or no effort. That’s what you’ll find in this excerpt–20 simple things you can do to start saving money right this minute, without having to reach for your wallet.
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33 Ways to Get Money for College

Saturday, October 20th, 2007

The cost of college is constantly on the rise. The average cost of attending a four-year public college has increased over 40% since 2000. And according to a report from the Campaign for America’s Future (PDF link), just one year at a public university consumes 25% of the annual median household income in the United States, while one year at a private university consumes 57%. Considering how expensive it is becoming to attend college, it’s no wonder that approximately $90 billion in financial aid money is awarded to United States college students each year. So you’re about to go to college, or perhaps you’re already in college. How can you get your hands on this money?
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77 Surefire Ways to Increase Your Home’s Value

Saturday, October 20th, 2007

It’s more than just a roof over your head, or a place you go when work’s over – your home is probably the most valuable asset you own. So it makes perfect sense that you maintain, nurture and enhance its appeal, and make it, well, the perfect home. And you don’t need a bulldozer to do that; you’ll find that quality wins over quantity. That a nifty touch here and a clever tweak there often add more value to your living space than the most extravagant additions or renovations.

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