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Exploring Your Wild Side: 4 Sexy Cities to Visit on Vacation

If you’re like most red-blooded Americans, when you dream about your next vacation, images of white sandy beaches, cold beverages, and sexy beach bodies come to mind. If the amusement…

4 Tips to Make the Most of a Dude Ranch Vacation

Sometimes, you’ve just got to get away. For some, that means going to the roof of a building and looking out at the city. For others, it means changing their…

Newest Dinosaur Labeled Chicken from Hell

Researchers have discovered a new species of dinosaur.  It was unearthed in the US and was a bit like a chicken—a 10-foot tall, 550-pound chicken that could literally rip your…

8 Pieces of Equipment For Every Successful Gym

People have a lot of choices about how they’re going to get fit. The challenge of every gym is offering its visitors and members something they can’t get at home…

DIY Home Decor Projects: One For Every Season

Home decor looks can depend on the season, especially if your home has a natural look to it. If you don’t feel like using cheesy old seasonal decorations to keep…

5 Beautiful Aussie Beer Gardens

Australia is certainly a country that holds its own when it comes to the mighty beer garden. Whether you love to share a pint with friends on a lazy Sunday…

Saving in Style: 6 Window Treatments and Their Benefits

Whether it’s blocking the sun’s heat during the summer months or adding style to your home — blinds, shades, and shutters are an effective way to decorate your windows. With…

Study: Drinking Boosts Your Immune System

Well the new year is upon us and the old, is, well old, and that’s how many of you may feel this New Year’s Day, following a night of revelry…

4 Simple Ways to Go Green at Home

Whether you’re concerned about the environment or simply want to save money on your energy bills, there has never been a better time to go green around the house. As technology…

4 of the Most Interesting Collections on the Planet

Lots of people enjoy collecting things in their spare time. Baseball cards, stamps, comic books, coins, action figures and many other cultural artifacts are among the most common items that…

4 Things to Keep in Mind When Building a Home for a Budding Family

Building a new home is an exciting but often stressful and overwhelming experience. When it’s all over, though, you want to be able to say that your home is exactly…

How to stop your data from being stolen this holiday

With the holidays fast approaching, online consumers are increasingly putting their data at risk without even realizing it. And this is a trend that’s only projected to increase — by…

Gas, Electric or Solar: Which is The Right Energy for Your Home?

Every year the average American household emits 22,000 pounds of carbon dioxide powering its home. That’s more than twice as many greenhouse gases released by the average car. Energy costs…

6 Easy Projects to Spruce Up Your House This Weekend

It’s finally Friday and you’ve got the itch to do something this weekend. Rather than start a project that you likely won’t finish, why not start a smaller project? There…

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