Moving Soon? These Cities Have the Most Job Openings

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“The only risk in moving towards a new horizon in search of more is losing what little you take for granted now.” That is a quote a friend of mine said to me when I was in college, dreaming about moving to San Francisco. I think she got it from a song. Anyway, I was amazingly unaware of the cost of living there. I never even thought about researching available job openings beforehand. Over 35...

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Free Summer Events for Kids or the Whole Family

The term, “nothing is free,” takes on whole new dimensions of meaning when you have children and/or young relatives to entertain during a hot summer. It can cost over $470 per child to pay for events and outings like concerts, movies, amusement parks, and restaurants for the entire summer. Well over 31% of parents have lied about a child’s age to get out of paying full price for an event or...

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Quality Fireworks Retailers for Celebratory Investments

Is setting off fireworks to celebrate the 4th of July a celebratory investment for you? In the same manner that many people invest in their paying off their bills or car payments, they annually invest in fireworks. Fireworks have been used to celebrate the 4th of July since the founding of the country. It is a tradition that almost half of Americans adopt to this day. Well over 45% of Americans will...

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Posted in: Entertainment and Leisure, Family

Unique, Last-Minute Father’s Day Gifts

Did you know that most people are more likely to spend more money on a Mother’s Day Gift than on a Father’s Day gift? About $12 billion will be spent on buying Father’s Day gifts every year compared to the $23 billion that we spend on Mother’s Day. The average American spends about $135 on a Father’s Day gift and about $186 on a Mother’s Day gift. Anyway, you look at it, Mom just seems...

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