COVID-19: A Closer Look at Social Distancing

Who would have thought 2020 would begin with concerns of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the demand to be quarantined? The United States was taken by storm by how rapidly the COVID-19 spread. As America continues to battle the pandemic, scores of heath officials have insisted that social distancing should be a daily practice until the…

WFH: One Practice, Infinite Ways to Increase Profitability

If you think working remotely (working from home or WFH) is not a top hiring trend within organizations, think again. In fact, American employees are working remotely for longer chunks of time, according to Gallup‘s “State of the American Workplace.” The amount of workers who spent one day or less a week working remotely diminished…

3 Time Management Tips

Some days we have a heavier load than other days, by which there are may things that need to be accomplished; some all at once. Now is the time to hone in on exactly what needs to be done first and sharpen your time management skills in the process, you can do so by following…

5 Social Media Snafus

Facebook this, Tweet that, is there anyone who’s not on some form of social media these days? More pointedly, the landscape of how we connect to one another is rapidly changing; which means we have much more to be aware of. But, you no longer have to assume anything when it comes to social media, just follow…

3 Ways to Not Get Audited

You go to work and pay your fair share of taxes to ‘Uncle Sam.’ So, why would you be on the IRS’ radar? You’d be surprised by how many could have gotten the target on their back. Likewise, there are several ways to keep this well-feared firm at bay. On or About April 15 Did you know that…

How Do U.S. States Rate?

Nobody knows for certain when the economy tanked this time around. Although our direct orders come from Washington, D.C., it’s a turn of events that continues to hold many at its mercy. But, the economy ebbs, flows and has been the focal point of conversation for years’ now and rightfully so. Why? On the heels…

3 Less Trendy Technological Advances

One day it’s in and the next day it’s out, technology that is. But, what has come and gone? Read further to find which three technological advances are no longer in demand. Who knows, you still may use several of them. The Wave of the Future, Almost 1. Cable Television is an unnecessary bill for…

10 Strongest U.S. Housing Markets

The U.S. is a wonderful country; it’s not without its set of problems like any other country, but wonderful nonetheless. Moreover, analysts continuously debate about whether or not the real estate market is back on track. What you should know is that 10 housing markets definitely are more secure than other ones. Utilizing Every Resource…

How to Claim your Lost Cash

Money comes and it goes just the same. Are you unsure if you have unclaimed money from bank accounts, insurance policies and the like? Well, time is running out, to claim your money that is. The Perfect Match If you are in need of extra cash, try searching right in your very own backyard, literally,…

8 Headline Makers

Whether through social media, television or the various other media outlets, we constantly hear things that are particularly interesting to us; some are rooted and grounded in pop culture, while others are not. Nonetheless, here are eight shocking moments that will forever remain on the minds of many. Or, at least until the next moment temporarily erases the…

6 Tattoo Removal Tips

Getting ‘Ink,’ also known as getting a tattoo has been around for countless decades. But, what do you do when the tattoo of your dreams turns into a nightmare? That’s right, you remove it and the following will tell you the best ways to clear your canvas. Painting a Picture Why are people searching for…

Headache or Migraine?

There aren’t enough hours in the day to devote to unearthing the difference between a headache and a migraine. There is just so much mounting information on these topics. However, a brief synopsis of these conditions is outlined below. How to Decipher You’ve spent months preparing for a presentation at your work, only to awake…

Winning with Water

Soda, juice, tea and hosts of other beverage options. If you were to survey a group of individuals about their beverage of choice, water just may not make the list. After all, it is odorless, colorless and tasteless, but it is necessary for the body to function as it should. Find out what its benefits…

4 Infamous Malls for Fantastic Finds

The holidays are a lot closer than you may think. Do you shop for that ‘special someone’ on your list via Internet or do you set out on a journey to the mall with wall-to-wall shoppers? If you are more of a mall shopper, these four shopping centers may be just the places for you,…

9 Most Fuel-Efficient Cars

One day they may be up and the next they may be down, gas prices. As many feel the pain at the pump there are nine cars that can lessen this agony, because they offer the best fuel economy. From two-seaters to midsize station wagons, take a look and see if the cars listed are…

Money On the 1’s: Penny Stocks 101

Very few things in life are without its risks. Penny stocks, however, falls right into the risk category. What are penny stocks? And, how are they traded? Continue reading for the answers. A Penny for Your Thoughts There are many scams out there concerning money, but penny stocks, to some, is not one of them. The…

Going for the Gusto: Ending Procrastination in 5 Easy Steps

From our work to our personal lives, on any given day we can be forced to wear many hats. But, how many times have we said to ourselves, ”I’ll do it tomorrow?” The answer: Too many. There are two pluses to this situation; you can change any time you choose and at least you know you…

The Exit Strategy

New Jersey, the ‘Garden State,’ is synonymous with beaucoup things. Most notably is tomatoes, politicians that have acquired a national platform and being a leader in high taxes for both homes and automobiles. But, now the state has the largest amount of fleeing residents, too. How so? The moving company United Van Lines analyzed 125,000 moves…

5 Ways to Better Sleep Hygiene

Tossing and turning all night, fluffing the pillow, pulling the cover over your head, lack of sleep can have you feeling groggy and irritated in the morning; especially when you have a full day of things to plunge into. But, if you experience restlessness, there are five things you can do to get to Lah’ Lah’ Land,…

3 Ways to Solve the Dental Dilemma

        Raise your hand if you enjoy visiting your dentist. If you are like most of us your hand will remain down. In fact, most people do not go to the dentist regularly. Rather, they wait for a dental emergency to manifest. Seeing your dentist every six months doesn’t have to be…

3 Tricks for Selling Gold

Be it gold heirlooms handed down from generation to generation, that you want to sell or you are just eager to rid yourself of unwanted jewelry from a past relationship, there are ways to go about selling your treasures. In fact, three are discussed below. Selling on the Fly 1. The prices for gold are at…

1 Legal Addiction

The world is composed of many different kinds of people. And, some of us have developed both good and bad habits along the way. This article speaks to those who have one particular addiction, that of sugar. One Packet or Two? First, what is an addiction? An addiction is a condition that results when a…

3 Ways to Boost Your Energy Level

Awake to a blaring alarm, drop the kids off at school, go to work. We’ve all felt physically drained at some point in time, especially after successfully completing a full day at our work, in order to get the job done. And, why wouldn’t we? After all, we are not a robot that is capable…

4 Tips for Flying the Friendly Skies, Faster

Here’s a little known fact, roughly 1.8 million passengers pass through our nation’s airports in a single day. What does this mean? Transportation Security Administration (TSA) works around the clock to ensure passengers safely reach their destinations and on time, too. Whether you are traveling domestically or internationally, you may want to think about these…

Beat Boredom Three Times Over

Bored? We’ve all been there. With the multitudes of activities to partake in, you don’t have to stay that way for very long. Look into these three activities and your boredom may be banished, at least for the meantime, that is. Refusing to be Bored 1. Singer, Macy Gray, sang the hit song, “Do Something,”…

A Crying Shame: Danger in the Inner-City

Violence continues to plague inner-cities across the United States for reasons that are not exactly known, especially hard-hit are the youth. What’s more, on Saturday, July 13, 2013, the world was divided as the verdict was handed-down to, George Zimmerman, thereby sealing his fate in the Trayvon Martin case. Many were flabbergasted to learn the…

Sound the Alarm: 3 Alerts to Be Aware Of

Many different variables, both good and bad, make up our day on a day-to-day basis. There also are various alerts that have been implemented for our protection. Alerts are a signal that potential treats or danger may be lurking. And, although there are handfuls of alerts you should be aware of, three are mentioned here. A…

Food Safety: Making the Grade

Bright lights, big city, New York City, an insanely popular tourist spot is famous for many things, including Broadway shows, some of the most recognizable names in Hollywood and delectable eateries. But, what do grades displayed on the walls of the sum 24,000 eateries actually mean? A Cornucopia of Restaurants Whether you are a resident…

9 Highly Avoidable Scams

All over the world, many are waiting with bated breath to illegally pad their pockets at the expense of others. Money squandered, shame and regret, scores of people are duped by scam artists; way more than are willing to admit. But, just how do scammers operate? And, what are nine common scams? The answers just might shock you. Reading…

Just a Drink or Two

It’s expressly written in the Declaration of Independence that everyone is entitled to, “Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” If this is the case, why is “buzzed driving” considered drunk driving? Generating A Lot of Buzz It stands to reason, that although the unofficial start to summer, Memorial Day, already has passed, major holidays still lend…

4 Ways to Successfully Choose a Lawyer

From personal injury cases, to medical malpractice, to being ripped-off, you never know when you’ll find yourself needing the skills and expertise of your attorney. For this very reason, it’s vital to already know what to look for when choosing one. The following can only make this process that much easier.

A Pain in the Bug

The countdown begins, we are just a few short weeks away from the start of summer. What does this mean? Traveling and vacations. But, most of all it may mean spending time away from home in a hotel. While we have seen a rapid influx of bed bugs in recent years, nobody wants to bring these unwanted…

Social Buzz

From posting special announcements to pictures, can you imagine life without social media (social networking) platforms such as Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram? I can’t either. The Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project released the results of a timely study that was completed in the latter part of 2012, about these game-changers. But, what do…