What the Government Doesn’t Want You to Know About Buying HUD Homes at a Deep Discount

Have you ever watched one of those house-flipping shows? The ones where intrepid investors buy a home for a low, low price, add carpeting and a new coat of paint, and sell it months later for a big, big profit? Sure you have. And chances are, you’ve walked away from that show thinking, “I could […]

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How to Turn Midlife into Your Greatest Adventure Yet  

Television and movies often have plots revolving around midlife crises, usually depicting the issue with broken marriages, major career changes, and even a stereotypical red Corvette thrown in. While the plots are fictional, the condition is all too real for many people who panic during midlife, and burn down everything they’ve built up to that […]

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Why Common Pain Treatments Do More Harm Than Good (and What to Do Instead)

Doctor Reveals Americans have been led to believe that you take medication when you‘re in pain. But the pain never really disappears. Medication merely temporarily blocks the pain messages going to the brain, so you erroneously think you’re recovering. Dr. Ray Drury, one of the world’s leading experts in upper cervical care, will reveal on-air […]

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25% of Families Are Stressed Out by Debt

How Even They Can Have the Best Year of Their Lives According to a recent Mintel survey, one in four households reports experiencing significant stress over money problems and 52 percent of respondents believe that being debt-free at retirement will be impossible. Julie Renee Doering — who once faced high medical and credit-card bills and […]

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The ‘Accidental Organizer’ Reveals Super De-Cluttering Secrets

Perfect Spring Topic You just can’t get it together. The guest room, the bedroom, even your calendar – they’re all cluttered and disorganized beyond repair. It’s too bad you were born without that “organizing gene” – otherwise, you’d be able to address that mess and get your life back in order, right? Well, there is […]

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Expert Tips for Building Your Professional Network

Think You’re Linked In? It takes connections to get ahead and, in some ways, we’re more connected than we’ve ever been. But in today’s plugged-in world, developing a business contact who’s something more than your 7,891st Facebook friend requires strategy and effort. How much, you ask? Less than you think, say Ron Sukenick and Ken […]

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Class Size Cuts, Tenure, Homework … and Other Things That Waste Taxpayers’ Money

School taxes go up year after year, but at least your hard-earned dollars are helping to support and improve our educational system, right? Former superintendent Philip Cicero, Ed.D., says that couldn’t be further from the truth. Research shows that most of the costly school reforms since the 1980s have just been a waste your money. […]

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Don’t Kill Yourself with Harmful Stress, Anxiety, and Burnout at Work

There’s Hope What helps people manage stress and anxiety in order to feel more valued and happier at work? According to Lisa E. Papp, the answer is astoundingly simple: having management express their gratitude for contributions employees make. The same goes for the company’s clients, who may leave if they feel taken for granted. Using […]

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