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Monthly Archives: January 2013

Style insight: 4 easy ways to update your wardrobe for $25 or less

When you look in your closet, are you inspired by what you find, or has your personal style become bland? If you want to update your wardrobe, you don’t need a complete overhaul and a bottomless budget. By adding a few key pieces you can instantly breathe life into your existing collection of clothes – and the best part is you can do it...

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A phenomenal breakfast

As parents and kids fall back into their daily routines, it’s important to be as prepared as possible with new shoes, pencils, notebooks and more. But there’s one more thing that’s just as essential when it comes to achieving a successful day at school: breakfast, the most important meal of the day. There’s a good chance, ho...

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Historical breakthroughs that have changed our vision health

Today we tend to take for granted the technological advances that many of us use to see each day – light, thin, stylish prescription eyeglasses that correct our vision so we can live life to the fullest. But imagine what your life would have been like a hundred years ago if you couldn’t see clearly. Your options were to either simply li...

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The guy’s guide to clothes: 5 essentials that look good and feel great

When it comes to clothes, most guys seek out comfort before style. Rather than shopping for clothing, time is better spent watching the game or enjoying the outdoors. The good news is the all-American man can easily look great by building his wardrobe with a couple key pieces that blend both fashion and function. Here are five wardrobe essentials t...

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Keep your home safe and warm this winter

This is the time of year when homes need a little TLC as winter’s harsh weather can batter windows, assault rooftops and damage pipes. Luckily, there are several easy tasks to include on home maintenance checklists and most of them are no-cost and low-cost chores that could end up saving homeowners big bucks. “As always, water is your h...

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Veterans with hearing loss experience renewed hope

As our nation’s heroes continue to return home from the fronts of two major wars, it is a great time to recognize the tremendous toll service to our country can have on the brave men and women who selflessly choose to protect our freedoms throughout the world. While there are many devastating effects of war, there is one that has enormous imp...

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The keys to early learning: good nutrition and good books

Growing evidence from nutritionists and literacy experts suggests access to good nutrition and good books are the building blocks to early learning. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, lack of enough nutritious food impairs a child’s ability to concentrate and perform well in school. Children who have not developed some basic lit...

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After the offer – negotiating your way to a better salary

Your job search has finally paid off. After all the networking events, resume re-dos and mock and real interviews, you finally got an offer for the job you wanted. So now what? Do you just take it or do you dare negotiate? “You should always negotiate a higher salary,” say Vanessa Jackson, assistant director of career services at The Il...

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Advice for families coping with an older driver’s changing abilities

As we age, and watch our loved ones grow older, it’s important to think about – and plan for – a time when we may no longer be able to drive. But how do we decide when it’s time to transition from driver to passenger? In our busy suburban communities driving is essential to an independent lifestyle, and the decision to stop...

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