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  • 6 ways CBD will help you live to 100

    Cannabidiol (CBD) has reportedly tripled in sales from 2014 to 2017, working its way from $108.1 million to $358.4 million in just three years according to Hemp Business Journal.  By 2020, CBD sales are predicted to reach $1.153 billion. More than 64 million Americans now use CBD oil on a regular basis for a whole

  • Books That Give Back

    If you love reading and also giving back, you’ll be happy to know that many authors set up their own charitable contributions. Some books help a reader through a specific and sometimes debilitating problem while others provide philanthropy from a portion of the purchase price.  Some of the most successful authors even set up a

  • Top 3 Reasons Gift Cards Make the Absolute Best Gifts

    Gift cards are truly the best gift to give during the holidays, birthdays, or any special occasion. Here are 3 reasons why gift cards make the best gifts. 80% of holiday shoppers buy gifts every year, spending a total of $29.8 billion on their love-to-hate-it present. Say what you want about gift cards, “they’ll ultimately

  • 5 Gorgeous modern gifts for the perfect girlfriend

    Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but unless you’re proposing anytime soon, it’s unlikely your girlfriend will be getting some anytime time. Nevertheless, you don’t need to buy a diamond necklace, earrings or even a ring to show your other half how amazing they are. In fact, this list will show you 5 gorgeous modern

  • 4 Smart Property Selling Tips for Homeowners

    Putting up a ‘for sale’ sign is a good strategy for attracting prospects but it may not be enough to sell some properties, especially those located along low volume roads. While this strategy still works and can bring in a good buyer, you should explore other marketing strategies just in case your prospect doesn’t use

  • 5 Tips for Fixing Up Your Yard this Spring

    Spring is a time when we can finally start to spend some more time outside. Winter is behind us, and so too is the cold weather that kept us inside for many months. To make the most of the Spring weather, and the Summer weather that follows, it’s a good idea to spend some time

  • 4 Ways Your Military Status Could Help Your Family

    While it might not seem like it to the outside world, being a service member in the military is no easy feat. Long separations from their families, frequent moves, strict and inconsistent training schedules, and stressful missions are just some of the few ways to describe the hard life of a service member. Unfortunately, the

  • Your Guide to Buying a Used Car

    If only you could buy a used car like you buy your groceries; you pick one off the shelf, you toss it in your basket, and you pay for it at the cash register. But a vehicle is a more complicated purchase. You’ll probably have to get financing for a used vehicle, which is a

  • Women Authors to Celebrate This Women’s History Month

    In honor of Women’s History Month, I’ve put this list of women authors that will inspire. Check out their books with strong female leads.  These female protagonists take charge of their destiny. With courage and strength, these writers are creating stories that empower. Debra Tash In Debra Tash’s new book Last Call, Rebecca refuses to

  • Decorating Your First Apartment on a Budget

    Everybody has a “first apartment” story. For many people, that first apartment comes in your early twenties, after a year or two in college dorms. For some people, it comes earlier or later. But there are some things about the experience that are universal no matter what. For instance, there are more boxes and more