Category Archives for "Life"

How to Know When Debt Settlement is the Best Solution

The average U.S. household debt is somewhere around $16,883—but that doesn’t mean everyone knows how or when to address their debt. Especially for those new to the world of navigating debt, comparing the different solutions available can be downright overwhelming. Many of the names and terms sound similar, but the processes and outcomes are completely […]

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The Rest You Deserve

Sleep is the foundation of life. Without sleep, we’re going to feel like zombies shuffling around on autopilot all day. Research shows that not getting enough sleep can cause us to be less alert and affect our ability to think. It can also make us moody, which is another hindrance to being a fully functional […]

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Getting the Best Out of Your Golden Years

If you’re retirement age (55 and older) then you know life is shifting towards something new. Either you have retired, or you’ll retire soon, and life will start looking different. You might even be apprehensive about this new season, but be encouraged by this statistic: people in your age group tend to be happier than […]

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The Pros and Cons of Black Box Insurance

When you attempt to insure a car which you intend to use for business purposes, the cost of the premiums can be a major concern. This is especially the case if you are a young entrepreneur; says that, in the UK, a 17-22-year-old yearly pays over £1,400 on average for car insurance. Unfortunately, insurers […]

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Departing for Australia

Looking to get away? There are times when a weekend escape to a place within driving distance is all we need to recharge our batteries. There are other moments when we need to go somewhere beyond driving distance, somewhere that will require two or three planes. We may even need to cross the International Date […]

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What to Do When Your Basement Floods

You just came home from a long day at work, opened the back door, your arms full of groceries and the smell hits you like a thousand toddlers had left their dirty diapers in the swamp for a few days, then dropped them off inside your house. Your brain can’t even comprehend the smell. Did […]

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