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Natural Ways To Keep Common Pests Out Of Your Organic Garden

Planting is an excellent decision for the betterment of your home environment, health, as well as your wallet. It is a great way to save money and eat fresh food. Unfortunately, after you toil your plants, you might face certain frustrations, such as seeing your carefully tended crop being eaten or mangled up by pests. Thankfully, there are natural ways to keep these garden pests at bay. The healthiest and ...

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What I Wish My Dentist Told Me When I Was A Kid

There are some truths about my health that seem to have escaped me in my youth. Or perhaps my pediatric dentist took great care to explain them to me and I just happened to ignore them in the pursuit of candy, toys, and other adventures. In any event, I find myself wishing that I had been more educated on my dental well-being since I have had to learn the following bits of wisdom the hard way… Bits of Denta ...

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3 Little-Known Factors That Can Affect Child Support Orders

Are there any surprises hidden in your local child support laws? Take some time to contact a family law attorney with extensive local experience – attorneys familiar with a particular court system, and especially individual judges and opposing attorneys, have a far better chance of anticipating any curveballs that might come your way. This quick guide will introduce you to three of the most common yet least ...

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Sprucing Up Your Night On The Town

There are few classier ways to arrive at your destination than in a limousine. It’s not just for looks though; limousine interiors are especially great accommodations for groups to travel in and have become somewhat of a legendary experience in popular culture. Arrive In Style Going somewhere fancy? Limousines have long been the standard way of expressing wealth and style upon arrival at events. Actors, sin ...

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Identity Theft Deterrents

Everyone is concerned about identity theft, and with good reason. Each day, thousands of people are hacked into via their computers, bank or credit cards, or social security numbers due to some careless act or access to sensitive information that is left unguarded. You can guard yourself against such attacks by following these easy steps: 1) Join Life lock or a similar Identity Theft or Identity Shield serv ...

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Get Your Credit Score Out Of The Gutter

According to the latest on Credit.com, while the average US credit score is a healthy 693, over 61 million Americans struggle with subprime credit scores, also known as bad credit. Are you one of them? Chances are very good that either you or someone you know is in the subprime credit abyss. Climbing out is not an easy task, but it isn’t impossible. Here’s a few tips below that can make the long slog back t ...

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6 Wise Ways To Use Extra Cash

Do you have some extra cash in your pocket or bank account? Maybe you received an unexpected bonus and are now a few hundred dollars richer. Perhaps you got back a deposit, or applied for a cash loan, or maybe your budgeting is good and you have extra spending money each month: What should you do with it? Spending it on entertainment or leisure items may be fun, but there is a lot of good that money can do. ...

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How Air Conditioning Units Cause Illness And Death

While air conditioning units help to keep people comfortable, they can also pose a serious health threat to unsuspecting people. Air conditioning systems are some of the most ubiquitous and beloved pieces of modern technology. Their ability to cool any structure enables people to live or work in almost any environment. All they have to do is go indoors and turn on the cooling system. But for all the comfort ...

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5 Best Musicals Made Into Movies

Do you hear the people sing? They’re saying musicals are back in. That’s an edited version of a line from Les Misérables, the musical film that took Hollywood by storm when it was released at the end of last year. The follow-up to The King’s Speech by director Tom Hooper starred Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean, Russell Crowe as Javert and Anne Hathaway, who won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, as the trag ...

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Highlights Of Venice Beach

Venice Beach, a suburb of Los Angeles just south of Santa Monica, was created in the early 20th century by a developer named Abbot Kinney, who wanted to create a centre of culture along the lines of the original. To this end he began work on a small canal system, and imported some gondolas from Italy. It didn’t end up quite the way he imagined, but still has become one of America’s most well-known holiday d ...

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