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Hate Your Job? You Can Turn That Frown Upside Down

Do you wake up each morning dreading the day at the office? You’re not alone. In August 2012, Jacquelyn Smith (Forbes.com) cited a report by the Society for Human Resource Management, which found that a mere 29% of people aged 31 – 61 years old were ‘very satisfied’ with their job. That means 71% of people wish they were happier. That’s a depressing statistic. After all, you spend most of your day at work, ...

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Medifast-Ordering Nutritional Meals Online

The fast lifestyles of today are making cooking at home a redundancy as well as a chore. Most people nowadays prefer to eat food that is made for them by others due to its convenience. It is also preferable for people who are stay at home moms or dads due to them having less time to prepare meals. This is a problem because most of the other food options for such people were prepackaged frozen food which was ...

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Choosing the Right Kitchen Cabinets for your Remodeling Project

The role of your cabinetry is vital in the look, function, and design of a kitchen and your enjoyment in spending time there. Cabinets are crucial to any kitchen remodeling project; furthermore, as nearly 60% of the cost of an average kitchen is spent on the cabinetry, choosing the right cabinets is a critical decision in both remodeling and new construction of a kitchen. Call a Kitchen Design Professional ...

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What Every Homeowner Should Know Before Buying A Garage Door

Selecting the right garage door is an important decision. You’ll have to use that door for many years, so you’ll want one you’re completely happy with. There are many kinds of garage doors available, but you can make your decision making process quick and easy by keeping some key factors in mind. Security A garage door is just like any other door in your house. It’s a way to access the interior of your gara ...

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Mother’s Day Jewelry And Other Gift Ideas

Mother’s day is one of my favorite days of the year. I consider this to be a personal holiday and I almost always take the day off to spend it with my mother. Being a professional jeweler and the owner of several popular jewelry websites, I get a lot of questions about how to find and create original mother’s day gifts. How well do you know your Mother? I think part of the beauty of the whole mother’s day g ...

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How GPS Technology Saved My Fishing Trip

Why I now always carry my Garmin 650t when hiking to new fishing spots! Back in college, a buddy of mine recommended a great “secret” fishing spot; he said it was a little peninsula a few miles away from our town, but you had to walk about 2 hours to get to it (he had to cross a mangrove swamp). But it was worth it- nobody else had known about it, and there were monster fish just waiting to be caught! Well, ...

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3 Insanely Huge Corporations That Pay No Taxes

Facebook had a very profitable year in 2012. For the first time, the company broke the one billion dollar profit barrier. How much income tax did the popular social media website have to pay? The company didn't have to pay a single penny. In fact, Facebook received a tax refund of nearly four and a half million dollars. Analysts speculate that Facebook was able to save $3.2 billion through a tax loophole th ...

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Why Nurse Telephone Triage Is An Important Part Of An Answering Service

Many medical offices understand the need for a call center. After all, patients could pick up the telephone at any time of the day and night, and they need to reach someone, not a cold answering machine. However, not all call centers offer the same options and many of them aren’t even ideal of medical facilities. Obviously, you should choose a company that ensures all employees are properly HIPAA trained. T ...

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Cell Phone Driving Laws aren’t Stopping Teens

It is safe to say that most parents have a difficult time handing car keys over to their teen drivers. After all, driving is a huge responsibility, and there are a lot of dangers involved. Unfortunately, today's teen drivers face temptations that teen drivers of past decades didn't have--namely, they are driving with a major distraction right at their fingertips: the cell phone. Although there are laws enac ...

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Which Lenses Should I Use To Shoot Weddings?

This is a question I get asked on a regular basis by amateurs looking to get into wedding photography- it’s a great question, and probably a more important consideration than the choice of camera body. After all, it’s the type and quality of lens used that will dictate the nature of the photographs your produce. Here are some of my top tips: Avoid ‘all in one’ zoom lenses like the plague- I have a photograp ...

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