Inexpensive Outdoor Family Thanksgiving Activities To Enjoy This Year
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Inexpensive Outdoor Family Thanksgiving Activities To Enjoy This Year

Thanksgiving is more than just a feast with family members surrounding a traditional perfectly cooked stuffed turkey. It’s a day meant to be spent with loved ones you…

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This Is How People Spend Their Halloween in 10 Asia-Pacific Countries
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This Is How People Spend Their Halloween in 10 Asia-Pacific Countries

You know it’s that time of the year again: when leaves turn brown and chill fills the air; when people carve faces on pumpkins and children dress up…

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These Young Digital Nomads Prove Ideals Aren’t Just Dreams
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These Young Digital Nomads Prove Ideals Aren’t Just Dreams

While most of us could only dream about leaving our corporate jobs behind, more and more people are already living their ideals and are chasing after new horizons.…

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5 Things To Remember In Marketing Your Business For Cyber Monday
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5 Things To Remember In Marketing Your Business For Cyber Monday

November is here… and aside from Thanksgiving, one thing that most online users look forward to during this month is the Cyber Monday. This happens the Monday after…

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Celebrate Freedom: Awesome Ways To Fete Fourth Of July
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Celebrate Freedom: Awesome Ways To Fete Fourth Of July

Are you ready for the Fourth of July? Just a couple of days more and it is our nation’s birthday. This is the day where we celebrate liberty…

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Things To Do To Make Father’s Day Special
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Things To Do To Make Father’s Day Special

Father’s day is a unique and special day for dads all over the world. This is the time where dads and kids steps out of the norm to…

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How Are You Celebrating Memorial Day 2015?
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How Are You Celebrating Memorial Day 2015?

For most people, Memorial Day signals the ‘official’ start of Summer. The Holiday that was meant for remembering military men and women who died in service is now…

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Friends and Family Grieve for Two Medical Students Killed in Wrong-Way Crash
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Friends and Family Grieve for Two Medical Students Killed in Wrong-Way Crash

May 16 – A fatal collision on SR-163, Mission Valley, San Diego took the lives of two UC San Diego Medical Center students: Anne Baldock and Madison Cornwell.…

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Northeast U.S. Against Winter Storm Juno Until Tuesday
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Northeast U.S. Against Winter Storm Juno Until Tuesday

The massive winter storm Juno hit the Northeast U.S. Monday (January 26), bringing in almost 3 feet of snow, with inland winds of up to 50 mph. Affected…

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Top Search Terms in 2014: As Revealed by Google
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Top Search Terms in 2014: As Revealed by Google

Before the year ends, Google had finally revealed the list of the trending search terms for the year 2014. It has included the worldwide issues, events and challenges…

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