James Grundvig
James Grundvig

James Grundvig

Tech

CEO of Cloudnician LLC, a mobile-cloud startup with big data pull. He has 25+ years of engineering-construction experience on projects of scale. .. view profile

Jake Crosby
Jake Crosby

Jake Crosby

Health

Epidemiologist and graduate student at University of Texas School of Public Health, Editor of Autism Investigated www.autisminvestigated.com.. view profile

Anthony Carranza
Anthony Carranza

Anthony Carranza

Business

Digital and social media journalist reporting on the latest happenings on the web. Existing contributor to Social Media Today and Examiner... view profile

Milad Doroudian
Milad Doroudian

Milad Doroudian

Milad Doroudian is writer, historian, and the Senior Editor of The Art of Polemics Magazine... view profile

Ahmar Mustikhan
Ahmar Mustikhan

Ahmar Mustikhan

World

Ars longa, vita brevis. Atheist. Writer. First openly gay Baloch on earth. Citizen of world mostly, otherwise Baloch, Burmese and American. Follow @mustikhan.. view profile

Jerry Nelson
Jerry Nelson

Jerry Nelson

World

Jerry Nelson is a freelance photojournalist. American by birth and now based in South America, Jerry covers social justice issues globally... view profile

Susannah Morgan
Susannah Morgan

Susannah Morgan

Life

I love people; writing their stories is a privilege... view profile

Anthony Carter
Anthony Carter

Anthony Carter

Sports

Sports news predominantly covering the New York Jets, Giants and Philadelphia Soul.. view profile

Martha Rosenberg
Martha Rosenberg

Martha Rosenberg

Health

Martha is a Chicago-based health writer and author of the expose "Born with a Junk Food Deficiency: How Flaks, Quacks, and Hacks Pimp the Public Health." .. view profile

John Christopher Fine
John Christopher Fine

John Christopher Fine

Life

is a marine biologist with two doctoral degrees, has authored 24 books, including award-winning books dealing with ocean pollution... view profile

June Rousso
June Rousso

June Rousso

Health

June Rousso, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and holistic health consultant in N.Y.C. with a focus on dietary and lifestyle changes to support health. .. view profile

Chris Grasso
Chris Grasso

Chris Grasso

Life

Chris is a freelance writer who lives to fish... view profile

Veronica Davis
Veronica Davis

Veronica Davis

Life

Veronica is a wife, freelance writer and work at home mom. Her and her husband live in Missouri with their three boys. .. view profile

Phil Butler
Phil Butler

Phil Butler

Travel

Phil is editor-in-chief of Argophilia Travel News, and Senior Partner at Pamil Visions PR. .. view profile

Janet Walters Levite
Janet Walters Levite

Janet Walters Levite

Entertainment

is an Optioned Screenwriter and Film Crtiic / Entertainment Writer for The Guardian Liberty Voice. She resides in New York City... view profile

Miles Young
Miles Young

Miles Young

Travel

Travel Duder covers vacations, destination, travel tips, hotels, gear and everything else an adventurer needs to know... view profile

Cathy Hobbs
Cathy Hobbs

Cathy Hobbs

Life

As a nationally known interior design, real estate styling and home staging expert, Cathy Hobbs shares tips and insight relating to all aspects of the home... view profile






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    Half Way There—Flight of the Snowbirds

    There is no joy in flying any more. A newspaper reported that an airline discovered they could save $65,000 a year by not serving pretzels on flights so they stopped serving free snacks while the CEO took another bonus. Passengers are often treated without respect or dignity and are squeezed for every extra including seat …

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  • Lust, Greed and Kindness

    Las Vegas, the city where scams are born and matured into cash cows, is nonetheless a wonder-filled “Never Never Land” for adults the world over. World class entertainment and restaurants support an ever flourishing tourist industry. Didn’t see it on Broadway? Chances are, you can catch it in Vegas.

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  • 4th of July Style for Your Home

    Giving your home a red, white, and blue makeover can be a great way to show your patriotic spirit any time of the year, but of course, it’s especially appropriate around the 4th of July.

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  • The 5 Most Common Home Staging Mistakes

    When selling your home, you’ll want to ensure that it looks its best.

    Homes that are well-presented and attractive can make a great impression on potential buyers. You want the house hunters to feel a connection with your home, and find something that resonates with them and makes them feel like they belong there.

    One …

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  • Classy Ways to Create a Bar Area in Your Home

    No matter what size your home, you can still make room for entertaining.

    The secret to entertaining in a small area is to look for furniture and accessories that are small, compact, and portable. By using portable accessories like bar carts and portable beverage tubs you’ll be able to make the most of your space, …

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  • E-Cigarettes Blaze a Trail for Nicotine Replacement Products

    Nicotine replacement therapy sales have fallen for the first time since 2008. The end to their four years of consistent annual growth coincides with a boost in popularity for controversial vaping devices.

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  • Have Coworking Spaces Risen From The Ashes Of The Old School Office?

    According to a recent Deloitte Real Estate survey 5 million square foot of central London is taken up by serviced offices. This is a 67% increase on the last decade and a fascinating insight into how new coworking spaces have been opening frequently throughout the city.

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  • Emoji Translation Machines Could Be A Real Thing

    …Or at least it would have been if this Kickstarter campaign had raised its target amount.

    The campaign was created by Fred Benenson, the man behind Emoji Dick – another crowd funded project that involved the translation of the entirety of Moby Dick into emoji – a rather daunting prospect. But what can an emoji …

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  • Response, Not Reaction: Overseeing The Conversion of Fear to Trust

    Response, Not Reaction: Overseeing The Conversion of Fear to Trust

    The Old Outlook: You can prepare, and prepare, and prepare, and then hopefully mitigate problems as they occur.

    The New Outlook: You can prepare, but you have the wisdom and the life experience to respond, not react, when problems occur.

    The road that takes us from the old outlook to the new is what I …

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  • Taking on a New Sport: Kayaking

    Taking on a New Sport: Kayaking

    My husband and I just celebrated our 33rd wedding anniversary. Keeping active, enjoying the outdoors and exploring something new have remained important objectives of our lives. We are fortunate to live in a state where just about everybody else shares the same objectives.

    We have many friends who love to kayak. Every time we heard …

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  • Tear Gas Used to Attack Guatemala Village: Official Corruption Ransacking Nation’s Treasury and Natural Resources

    Tear Gas Used to Attack Guatemala Village: Official Corruption Ransacking Nation’s Treasury and Natural Resources

    Witnesses counted 34 vehicles, each with a contingent of fifteen officers, attached to Guatemala’s National Civil Police (PNC) enter the mountain town of El Arco in the Zacapa province near the administrative center of Teculutan. They wore helmets and riot gear and were heavily armed, equipped with tear gas grenades. The 2,300 inhabitants of El …

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  • Take Inspiration From Your Favorite Park for Home Design

    When you think of your favorite park, you probably have images of a beautiful summer’s day.

    For many, the park is an ideal summertime happy spot –a place to relax, unwind, and spend time with the family.

    If you’re looking for a design style that involves the great outdoors, summertime, and lazy days spent in …

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  • What Are the Best Pictures and Art For Home Staging?

    Choosing art for staging is different from choosing art for your own enjoyment.

    When we buy art, it’s usually because we like the picture or we find it inspirational. Sometimes it’s because it reminds us of a special place. The piece speaks to us, and means something.

    When choosing décor for staging though, different rules …

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  • Steps to Prevent The Onset of Type 2 Diabetes

    Diabetes affects many more people than you think. In the United Kingdom alone, diabetes leads to over 20 thousand early deaths and this doesn’t even include some of the very serious side effects such as kidney failure and in some cases, amputation. What’s even worse is that the number of people being diagnosed with type …

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  • How to Choose Rugs for Your Living Room

    The right rug can pull an entire room together, complementing the décor and design and giving it that polished and put together look.

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  • Massaged Kale Salad: 5 Minutes To Bliss!

    Massaged Kale Salad: 5 Minutes To Bliss!

    Summer has finally arrived! This is a welcomed event for countless reasons. Here in the Hudson Valley, the ground had been in a deep freeze well into spring, and the thought of eating ramps or a local leafy green was a bleak prospect for quite a while. Now, with local produce in full supply, the …

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  • Friday Favorites: Bringing Chicago City Style to Your Apartment

    Chicago is more than just “The best place to get pizza.” Rich in history and steeped in culture, Chicago has plenty to offer.

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  • 3 Tips for Improving Your Home Office Area

    Whether it’s a desk in a corner, or a separate room, your home office can be both functional and tasteful.

    Although it’s often neglected, the office is an important feature in the home.

    It’s a space dedicated to working, researching, and thinking. Other times, it doubles as a great place to unwind and just browse …

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  • New Rug Styles to Spice Up Your Home

    Rugs are practical features, but they’re so much more than that.

    A great rug can help to pull a room together. A bright and bold rug can serve as a primary point of interest, while a neutral style will blend into the background adding a subtle touch of warmth and sophistication to a room.

    Because …

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