Month: June 2017

Don’t Fear Retirement!

Everyone retires, but not everyone is emotional or financially prepared. According to a 2011 AARP survey, 43 percent of older Americans said they were ready to retire and 41 percent said that they were not. There are many reasons for why older Americans are cautious when it comes to planning for retirement, from financial concerns…
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Restyle Your Office Pt. 2

This is Part 2 of our original article, Restyle Your Office Today, businesses are looking beyond traditional cubicles and break rooms for their office spaces. They are trying new interior design techniques to maximize efficiency and creativity. Last week we took a quick look at some ways people enhance their offices with creative plant arrangements, play…
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Commute Stress Hazards

Chances are that your daily commute to work is a bit of a hassle. Running to catch that bus or speeding up to make the yellow light can be mentally and physically exhausting. It can also lead to commuter stress. Experts report that commuter stress can have a hazardous impact on your health. How Long…
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It’s Summer – Are Your Kids Home Alone?

As children rejoice with the start of summer, parents everywhere begin to experience terror.  How can parents concentrate at work with visions of their kids home alone fighting and setting kitchen fires?  And how can they enjoy the simple pleasures of summer when they are in a constant state of fear? For every physical danger…
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Save For Your Vacation

With the weather getting warmer with every passing day, people are already starting to plan for their summer vacations. Unfortunately, summer trips are quite popular so they can get expensive. To get the most from your vacation budget, you’ll need the right saving tips. So, exactly how busy can you expect the tourist destinations to…
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