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The Best Digital Party Games

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Color Swap: How to Give Your Home a New Color Scheme

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Q & A With Olivia Harlan

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cheap recipes

How to Cook Cheap and Healthy Cooking at home really is the key to saving money and eating healthier. It may take a little bit of planning and some determination, but I promise it will pay off in the long run! The key is to find some staple food items that are diverse and nutritious …

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staying fit

Written by Greg Marshall, Fiture Metamorphosis In today’s high paced world, stress is a serious problem that requires proactive steps to alleviate, so life can be lived at the highest level. What I want to do is share the best ways to work out to reduce stress. #1 Compound Exercises The first strategy to focus …

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Written by Bridget Edwards If you got laid off from your job, would you be sad or relieved? Sure, not having income is worrisome, but this is an important question to ask about something that takes up a tremendous amount of our lives. For most people, jobs provide a standard routine. Odds are the next …

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wardrobe difficulties

How Many Articles of Clothing Do You Actually Wear On a Regular Basis? Clothes can make the morning more stressful, which is crazy because most of us love clothes. But sometimes we have to many, which is the root of the stress. Ladies, say you have 6 pants/skirts, 12 tops and 5 pairs of shoes …

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Gucci Guilty Eau de toilette (for women) At first, the scent is feminine and floral, but subsides into a rich, amber base with notes of patchouli. $115 – 2.5 oz.   Pour homme (for men)  A charismatic, familiar and captivating scent. Ingredients include Italian lemon, crushed green leaves and pink pepper.  $88 – 3 oz. …

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to do list

How Life Seems More Complicated Than It Is Written by Michael Richardson  A hilarious book called Reasons My Kid Is Crying compiles a list of ridiculous reasons why kids cry, submitted by parents along with pictures of the sobbing children. Here are some of the funniest reasons: “He thought the microwave ate his lunch.” “Someone …

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smartphone separation anxiety

A new study confirms this is a real thing Written by Caitlin Schille  In the modern world, millions of people own smartphones. A smartphone not only takes phone calls and text messages, but it also has capabilities for email, GPS, and a myriad of other functions. As such, people have developed quite a dependence on …

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Are you a tech wreck? Written by Angela Silva As technology continues to advance, so does the need to find balance and establish boundaries with the advancements. Technology does more for us now than it ever has. The invention of smartphones replaced a number of other services and devices, including but not limited to alarm …

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gender differences

Cooties and Cooperation Written by Michael Richardson  Women are bad at driving and too emotional. Men are angry and lazy. Stereotypes like these and many more persist in our culture today, even though science tells another story. With both biological and societal roots, gender dissimilarities do exist, but they often don’t follow society’s stereotypes, and …

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media portrayals of fathers

Foolish Father or Proper Patriarch Written by Michael Richardson  The typical father found on television is incompetent, sex-driven or clueless, and often all three. These TV dads, ranging from Homer Simpson to Phil Dunphee, are good for a laugh, but their effect on the institution of fatherhood might not be a laughing matter. Why It …

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