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Author Archives: Amanda Geronikos
You can extend the life and appearance of your clothing by following some simple tips to properly care for them.
There are methods you can use to spend less and save more that won’t seem like a hardship or burden.
Among the new options: Learn a language, practice yoga on the cheap, or play games with your “pets.”
The secretion from a sac near the anus of beavers isn’t the only strange ingredient commonly found in processed foods.
Fast-food restaurants are finally starting to offer healthier options. The only problem? Many aren’t healthier.
If you pay for a personal trainer or classes in yoga, CrossFit, or Zumba, here’s a way to stretch your budget and avoid giving your wallet a workout.
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