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Lifestyle
by tkmcdonald
1 year ago
Capturing Coupon Savings in the Digital World

How to save money online when shopping with coupons.

Lifestyle
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
Expensive Foods You Should Try or Not

Having an omelet or a bowl of ice cream is good eating for most people. There are some foods that taste so good, you would almost pay any price to have them. Well, for those with an expensive palate there are some foods that only you would enjoy.

Lifestyle
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
The Art of Giving Gift Cards

Gift cards are the best gifts to give when you do not know what to give the loved one or friend. This is what happened on my aunt's birthday last year. I knew she enjoyed herbal teas so I gave her a gift card to a local gourmet tea store here in town.

Lifestyle
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
The Psychology of Giving

According to the New York Times, when a person gives gifts or his time to others, he is usually the main beneficiary rather than the recipient because the giver feels a sense of satisfaction in helping others.

Lifestyle
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
When To Call A Personal Injury Lawyer

If you have been an accident victim, you may be wondering when to call a personal injury lawyer or, if one should be called at all. While everyone is quick to tell you to sue a business or person if you get hurt, what if you were the one at fault?

Business & Money
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
Lottery Lump Sum-Best Or Worse Choice

Is taking a lottery lump sum payment the best or worse choice? This is an important question. If you are a regular lottery player at some point in time you have to engage in a little daydreaming about what you would do if you won.

Environment
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
A Beginners Guide To Hybrids and The Enviornment

There are certain things you need to know about hybrids and the environment. As our society becomes more industrialized, this increases the pollution of the society through our use of oil and toxic pollutants for industrial purposes.

Lifestyle
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
Technical College Options For The Unemployed

Many governments, especially in the developed world, have many programs to enable unemployed people to enjoy life. One thing that is done is the creation of opportunities for any unemployed person to acquire the necessary skills needed for certain tasks.

Business & Money
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
Your Warranty Has Expired-Now What?

Murphy's Law says that if something is going to go wrong it will. Another form of Murphy's Law could state that, "As soon as your warranty expires the thing is going to break."

Lifestyle
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
Should You Sponsor A Child

Should you sponsor a child? The answer is, "Yes", as there are millions of children who are in need of financial support today. If you parented children, you know about the joys and pains of nurturing them so that they can become mature, responsible and spiritually aware adults.

Lifestyle
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
Do You Need Flood Damage Insurance

If you live in a known flood plain area then it is usually a done deal that your homeowner's insurance policy will include coverage for flood damage. If you don't live in a place that is regularly flooded, you may not feel the need to take on what is often an expensive attachment to a policy; you should think again.

Health
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
Arthritis Pain Management For Your Aching Joints

Arthritis is the illness which causes swelling and stiffness in the body joints, and there are hundreds of the types of the condition which affects the joints of the body, while also affecting the organs and muscles.

Lifestyle
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
Do You Need A Los Angeles Lemon Lawyer

If you live in Los Angeles and you think you may have purchased a vehicle that turned out to be a lemon car, you should look for a Los Angeles lemon lawyer. This type of lawyer will make sure you get the compensation you need and he will help you understand California's laws as it relates to lemon cars.

Lifestyle
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
Donate To Charity No Matter What Your Budget Is

If you are wondering how to donate to charity, there are several ways of going about this. You can read a few online articles on national and local charities' websites, and there are also online videos which teach you how to do this.

Travel & Places
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
Hotel Ranking Requirements As Reviewed By The Traveler

When it's time to take a trip out of town or just a quick getaway nearby, most people want to get the most for their money. The first part of planning the trip is deciding what hotel you will be staying in and what amenities they offer. The Hotel Ranking Requirements from the traveler's perspective can help you make the best decision.

Beauty
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
Why I Love Kim Kardashian

People either love or hate Kim Kardashian. Even if they swear they don't know who she is, magically they have an opinion about her. She is absolutely everywhere and everything she does, no matter how unimportant, gets noticed.

Health
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
Weight Loss Tips-You Are What You Eat

That old phrase "You are what you eat" is making quite a comeback. After all the fad diets like the Kirstie Alley Diet or the 17 day diet have come and gone, which they do on a regular basis, we always return to the simple truth that what you eat defines who you are.

Business & Money
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
Why Barnes and Noble Is Failing

After Borders did a spectacular belly flop, all the industry analysts pointed to Barnes and Nobles as having done everything right to survive the rise of Amazon and the eBook. So what happened in the span of less than 2 years that sees their third-quarter shares posting a loss?

Business & Money
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
Best Military Benefits

If you were to believe all the advertising, all the branches of the military offer you endless and wonderful benefits. That is not true at all. While all the branches offer the same category of benefits, they do not offer the same amount of them.

Lifestyle
by tkmcdonald
5 years ago
5 Little Known DIY Sites

Do-it-yourself websites are amazing. Nowadays, you can find out how to do anything from fixing your own car to make a radio antenna out of a Pringle's can to making jewelry for yourself or others. The good thing is that DIY websites don't just explain how to do something clearly; they usually show you the cheapest way to go about doing something. The bad thing is that they proved so popular that it became big business on the web to crank out "DIY" websites without bothering to check if any of the information was correct. The sites that show up first on Google are more about their having great SEO and not at all concerned with whether they have great information. It's one of the reasons Google released their Panda search change - to start checking the content before rewarding the sites with placement. To play it safe, staying with the site further back in the searches is better. Here are 5 little know DIY websites that are stellar. ManMadeDIY.com This site is all about crafts - for men and with a twist. You will find clear and concise instructions on how to make origami - out of a piece of steel, for instance. The site is fun, accurate and has a lot to offer. PassDIY.com Nelson Pass is a long time anchor of the DIY audio community. This is his personal DIY website that explains how to recreate many of his projects. You will find instructions on how to make modifications to commercial machines such as amplifiers and loudspeakers, circuit boards and create DIY pre-amps. DIY-Home-Building.com This is a great DIY website for people wanting to do build, renovate or expand their homes but to do it following the practices of green building. While there are tons of sites about green building, there are few DIY websites that show you the reality of what it is like to work with some of the recycled materials. You get all the hints and tips about drilling plastic woods and more. Parents.DIY.org Their name is kind of a give-away. Not only is there a very commercial site called parents.com but it also offers a lot of DIY projects as well. This DIY website stands out because it is not just about finding fun projects to do with your kids, it's about creative parenting. DestinationDIY.org This site is slightly different from the rest but fits right in there with a little known gem. It's a public radio and podcast broadcasting site that is solely focused on DIY craft, creative and building projects. While the audio format of some of the broadcasts may make it a bit difficult to follow for some, the presenters are very put together and clear spoken. Using DIY Websites We tend to only think of using DIY websites when we have a specific project we want to do. But one of the greatest assets of these sites is as a source for new ideas. Just spend some time looking through different projects and you will discover all sorts of things you want to do.

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