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Why Staycation Is the New Vacation for Every Travel Lover
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Everyone loves a vacation. I get it. But have you noticed that vacations aren’t always the most rejuvenating experiences? We usually go on vacation to relax and experience something new and fresh. And sometimes we choose to have a fun-filled trip – perhaps packed with adventures. However, if your main purpose for taking a vacation […]

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Use "Scannable" So You Can Live A Paper- Free Life From Now On
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While the digital age is trying to turn most things electronic, we still can’t escape the paper trails we need to keep and file away such as tax forms, business cards, receipts, insurance forms and various instructions or manuals. The problem with still having papers to keep comes with the gradual pile-up and keeping on […]

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"You Must Stay Offline To Read This" Offers You A Peaceful Place to Stay Focus and Read
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Keeping up with a constant onslaught of notifications and texts is exhausting. We live in an age in which our phones have the same functionality as our computers. People can reach out to us 24/7. The constant disruptions are overwhelming. Even when I am able to put aside email and turn off my notifications, I […]

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This is The One Meditation App You Absolutely Need To Install On Your Phone
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Life gets hectic. Nowadays with our insane schedules, stress has become a common emotion that we all feel at a continuous rate. We live in a busy and distracting world where we are constantly getting notified and updated with unnecessary information. People are constantly in a hurry and there never seems to be enough time. […]

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How to Ride the Wave of Motivation
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Do the hardest things in your day when you’re feeling the best. Stanford University professor B.J. Fogg looks at motivation a bit differently than most. In Fogg’s model, motivation is a wave with peaks and valleys, and the goal isn’t to stay at a constant peak, but rather to recognize the valleys and adjust your […]

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7 Ways to Sharpen Your Vision for Success
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Whether focused on your life goals or your next project, get clear on the end result to succeed faster. The only thing I know for certain is that I’m a writer. The problem with that, for someone who burns money like kindling, is that I can’t just write and still satisfy that part of me […]

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10 Durable Power Banks You Need So No iPhone Is Going To Drain From Now On
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Could you live without your smart phone? Realistically, you are not going to drop dead without the aid of your phone. But it will make your day to day activities a difficult feat. They have become an integral part of our daily lives. Whether or not we plan on having our phone on us is […]

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What You Eat Matters! Use Myfitnesspal to Keep Track Of Your Eating Habit
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It’s easy to remember what you had for dinner yesterday, but what if I asked you what you ate last Friday? Most of us have difficulty keeping track of our food choices. When you don’t record what you’ve eaten, it’s easy to overeat. Recalling what you had for breakfast, lunch, and dinner is one thing, […]

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3 Ways to Avoid the Lifestyle Comparison Trap
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Comments View the discussion thread. My dream home looks like the end of a Fixer Upper episode set on the property of a Real Housewives of New York City Hamptons home: sprawling beachfront complete with a gourmet kitchen, walk-in closets and an outdoor living space. As a personal-finance author, I know better than to keep […]

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