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Haggling
Buying a vehicle is something that most people go through some time in their lives. Basic transportation is necessary for many Americans, particularly those who do not have access and a willingness to use public transportation. In New York City, one can live easily without a vehicle. In most cities, this simply isn’t possible. This...
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Homeschooling
Over the last 3 decades, the number of students being homeschooled has increased 10-fold, showing a 919% increase and making it the fastest-growing form of education in America. In part, this can be attributed to the lack of faith in public schools as well as the increase in private schooling costs. Parents are getting fed...
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Fashionable Finances
In a down economy, the last thing on most people’s minds is fashion (at least it should be). The frivolous spending that is required to look great is something that many people put aside. That is, unless you’re living in America, where it seems that fashion is always a “necessity” in one way or another....
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Public Schools
Only 1/3 of Americans have faith in the public school system. Between lack of funding, gang violence, and general shift in western society’s opinions on just about anything that the government has a hand in, the perception of public schools has been on a steady decline for the last 30 years. The educational system as...
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Solar by State
There are certain conditions that must be met for a state to be able to fully take advantage of solar energy – clear skies, good land, logistical benefits, etc. Our friends at 1bog explore the question and bring us the some answers. “One Block Off the Grid organizes group deals on solar energy. Since 2008,...
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Keep Cool
Summer’s almost over, but it’s still pretty darn hot outside. What are you doing to keep cool? There are many ways, but most of us just turn up our air conditioning and roll with it. This isn’t the only way to do it. This graphic by Become breaks down 15 ways that we can stay...
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Pets Pillows
Over half of US households have pets. Many of these pets live inside and roam around the house. Many of these roamers spend time to some degree on the very place where our faces and heads reside for 8 hours a day. Is it safe? Take a look at this infographic by SleepBetter. It may...
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Smartphone Mobile Workforce
Business has become a mobile experience. Many are constantly connected to the point that we can hear business transactions at the grocery store or watch people have corporate meetings while alone in a coffee shop. Things have changed dramatically and a good chunk of the change that’s taken place can be attributed to smartphones. For...
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