When Should You Book Your Summer Travel Plans?

If you’re a budget traveler getting ready for your next summer vacation, one of the best ways to save money is by booking your summer travels and plans in advance. By preparing for a trip several months beforehand, you have much more flexibility over your plans – where you want to stay, which tours or […]

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7 Purr-Fect Ways for Pet Lovers to Make Money

Did you know that the U.S. pet industry surpassed $60 billion in 2015? While the biggest expense category for the pet-owning population is food ($23 billion), over $5 billion is spent on pet-related services each year. If you’re one of the 54 million households that own at least one dog or 43 million households that […]

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4 Tips for Your First Year Trading Digital Options

During your first year of trading digital options, it’s important you make the right decisions. Aside from the effect they’ll have on your profits, the wrong decisions could quickly leave you disillusioned with an otherwise great way of making money. Tips for Your First Year Trading Digital Options Here are four tips for your first […]

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Wasted Time, Lost Revenue, Less Customers

Looking for ways to improve your employees’ overall efficiency and effectiveness on the job? Curious as to how you can identify the employees whom you suspect are abusing company time? Just what are these devious team members up to on the clock anyways? Let’s take a look at what the statistics say about the mischievous […]

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How To Actually Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions This Year

I’m horrible at keeping my New Year’s resolutions year in and year out. They typically fall by the wayside a few weeks into the new year. I don’t mean to give up on them so soon. Are you the same way? Do you know how to keep your New Years resolution this year? I continue […]

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Fun Facts About New Year’s Eve and The Money We Spend

Countries all around the world have their own unique New Year’s traditions. Many places feature customary cuisine, such as lentils (Brazil and Italy), suckling pig (Austria) and grapes (Spain). There are many interesting New Years Eve facts and statistics. Others get a bit more creative. The Danish, for example, smash broken china on friends’ front […]

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