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Learn How To Build A Shed From Scratch in 2019

An outdoor shack is a very resourceful and multipurpose structure that you can bring up on that space on your backyard. A shed is a single floor structure used to house livestock, store garden tools, or even act as a playhouse for your kids. A traditional shed is a small spaced wooden one-room structure, but one is at liberty to …

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How to Survive Life Alone? Know Here!

The world can be a scary place at times, especially if you live alone, but if you do it right, living alone can be the most rewarding experience. You may have moved to a new city and do not know anyone here. Whatever your case may be, it is possible to live a fulfilling life even if you are alone. …

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How To Teach Your Kids to Save Money Regardless of Age

Some parents think that it might be too early to teach young kids about how to handle money. That they might not be able to get a full grasp of what it means to save for something you want or for emergencies. But even schools have started putting financial literacy in the curriculum for kids as young as 11 years …

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How to Stop Being Racist by Conquering Your Fear

Racism is one of the things that are often learned in childhood and therefore are both unconscious and uncontrolled in adulthood. But, if you’ve reached the point where you understand that and want to change, you are already halfway to success. At this time, you’ll need to make a conscious effort to change your learned ways and to do that, …

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4 Strategies for Building Resilience in Alcohol Recovery

“Drink does not drown care, but waters it, and makes it grow faster.” – Benjamin Franklin, U.S.founding father, and polymath Walk up to someone in the street, say you’re doing a survey about perception or something, and ask them if they thought alcoholics were noted for their resilience. A few might give you an informed opinion, such as, “Addiction destroys …

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Is It Time to Question Your Questions?

You probably heard the expression, “A penny for your thoughts…” Isn’t that an offer that is far too little to hear the thoughts, opinions, and beliefs of our friends? For if we were to listen carefully to what they have to say, I’m sure there is a great deal we can learn. How about your thoughts? How much are they …

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Austin Alexander Burridge, Fitness Trainer, Reviews 5 Ways Interval Training Helps You Meet Your Fitness Goals

Interval training is the process of alternating between periods of intense, time-limited exercises and recovery breaks as you work out. According to fitness trainer Austin Alexander Burridge, this training method has been used to improve the efficiency and productivity of workouts for many years and only continues to become more popular among people of all fitness levels. Below, Austin Alexander …

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Gary Brewster, Oneida Businessman, Talks Small Business Advertising

Small business owners often struggle with advertising, but they don’t have to. Take it from a successful entrepreneur in Oneida, Gary Brewster, who has over 25 years of experience in growing and nurturing business ventures. Most small companies have limited budgets for advertising and want to get the most bang for the buck. The big question is, how? The best …