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Want to Make a Career Change? Ways to Invest in Your Job Search

Posted on 16 November 2013

The quest for the dream job remains elusive for many Americans.  Only 14 percent feel they have the perfect job, while more than half want to change careers, according to a 2013 survey reported by the University of Phoenix.  The average baby boomer born between 1957 and 1964 held 11.3 jobs between ages 18 and […]

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Primetime Personalities: TV Stars From NJ

Posted on 30 October 2013

They started in New Jersey and ended up in the homes of millions across the country.  According to NewJerseyNewsroom.com, New Jersey natives are some of the most prominent figures on entertainment channels.  Whether they’re making us laugh, telling the news or putting their personal lives on display, these New Jerseyans shine on the small screen. […]

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Dodge the Draft to Protect Your Family from Winter Weather in Your New Home

Posted on 23 October 2013

It’s your first winter in a new house and you think you feel a draft coming from the windows.  The Natural Resources Defense Council says that up to one third of the heat in your home escapes from around the doors and windows.  Even in a new house, you can find air leaks, depending on […]

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Don’t Fall for the Red Light Camera Violation Scam!

Posted on 04 October 2013

  Big Brother has assumed control in the State of New Jersey.  Most traffic light-regulated intersections are now home to cameras enabling authorities to capture images of moving violations and send notices of same to violators, as well as a information on a convenient way to pay for the violation online.  Isn’t technology wonderful?!   […]

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Dazzle Your Kids all the Way to Broadway!

Posted on 01 October 2013

Between 11.5 and 12.5 million people attend Broadway performances each year, according to The Broadway League’s statistics for the past five years.  With those numbers and the fact that many of the musicals in the current season are listed as “family faves,” by NBC News, it’s natural that you’d want to enjoy the Broadway experience […]

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The True Cost of Driving America’s Most Popular Cars

Posted on 19 September 2013

Sacrifices are made while justifying the price on a new car — one less meal out per month, cut the cable bill, switch to a different cell phone. We find all sorts of ways to convince ourselves the new ride we covet is affordable.   The problem is that we’re only looking at the price […]

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Fuel Factors: Cut Your Cost at the Pump

Posted on 12 September 2013

Americans households, on average, drive 72 minutes per day and spend nearly $5,500 on auto-related expense every year, according to Bundle.com data. That adds up to being in our vehicles more than 290 hours every year. With the cost of gas continuing to rise across the nation, its time to drive smarter in the name […]

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Emergency!!!

Posted on 27 August 2013

  Over the weekend, I had a nostalgic experience.  I happened to catch a little bit of an episode of Emergency!, the 1970s era television program that was the first to chronicle the exploits of two paramedics and a hospital’s emergency room staff.  Little did I realize that, just two days later, I would find […]

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Want to Live Longer? Try a Vegetarian Diet!

Posted on 23 August 2013

I was about to leave my office to get a bacon double-cheeseburger smothered with blue cheese at my local burger joint when I saw the following infographic.  Apparently, according to a new study, an all-vegetarian diet is responsible for lower death rates associated with hypertension (high blood pressure)   Oh well, maybe I’ll have them […]

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How NFL Sunday Ticket Max Can Help You Win Your Fantasy Football League

Posted on 22 August 2013

Fantasy football has officially ascended from pastime to a way of life.  It’s a national phenomenon, with more than 30 million people participating throughout the nation, notes Rant Sports.  From September through December, fantasy football leagues even affect productivity in some workplaces.   Prizes for winning a fantasy football league range from bragging rights, to […]

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