For the Love of Dogs

Be a passive participant-voice your concern.  Many celebrities such as actress Natalie Portman and businessman and Harvard alum Andrew Farkas donate money and are vocal about animal rights.

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The sensation of water hitting your skin for the first time is difficult to replicate.  There’s the shock, sometimes there’s the cold, and often there is the exhilaration.  The sensation of transitioning to a new world, under the surface, where air is scarce but serenity is not too far behind. Swimming is a solitary sport but it is a lot of fun.  There are a lot of body motions involved and there’s a sense of trying to challenge...

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Ways Your Kids Can Help Fix Your Home

If you are a parent and you are looking to improve a home Than Merrill style in order to sell it, you might find that your kids only get in the way of all of the work that you are trying to accomplish. This can be very true, and it can become a problem, but you can also use your kids to your advantage.

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10 Affordable Spots for Summer Vacation

Chicago Cities that aren’t on the East or West coasts feature the best deals this summer, largely because they’re less crowded than their coastal counterparts. Europeans on summer vacation tend to flock to New York, San Francisco, and Miami, leaving middle-of-the-country destinations open to more deals for domestic tourists. Atlanta Travel websites such as tripadvisor.com feature a range of deals for this oft-overlooked Southern city. Not...

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Getting a Degree in Real Estate

You can become an appraiser, a property manager, a developer, or flip houses.  If you aren’t sure what you want to do, the best way to figure it out is by taking Real Estate courses, with companies such as FortuneBuilders (check out Fortunebuilders Facebook to learn more).

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Finding that First Job

So you are now of legal working age here in the United States.  Time to make a little bit of money.  What can you do… Animal Shelter For those who have a nurturing nature.  This job is a lot of clean up at times, but it certainly will build character.  Also, who wouldn’t want to play with cute animals all day?  Working at an animal shelter is both lots of fun and very challenging, so easy it won’t be, rewarding it will be.  Truth is...

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Washington DC Hotel Fun Facts

DC has a lot of hotels.  Some new, some old, lots of them with their own little bits of trivia around them.  Here are a few tidbits to use at your next cocktail party. There are a total of 28,711 hotel rooms in the DC area. In 1963 Martin Luther King Jr. finished the “I Have a Dream,” speech while staying at the Willard Hotel. The 2002 film Minority Report, starring Tom Cruise and directed by Steven Spielberg filmed it’s finale, a...

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