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  • Top 8 “Full Figured” Celebrity Women

    The image of all female celebrities as rail thin waifs is becoming a thing of the past. More and more these days, full figured women are shining in the world of television, movies and music. These voluptuous women represent the trendy plus size female. Consider these celebrities that knock ’em dead with their authentic and […]
  • Gold is Now Almost as Valuable as Platinum, Why?

    Gold has now been considered at par with platinum in terms of value. Financial experts have come to a conclusion that platinum and gold have almost leveled out at the top of the trading industry. The changes in value remain to be a question, which is why financial firms like the US Money Reserve made efforts to research and compare these rare metals. Here are some of the basic things that you need to know.
  • New technology in credit cards; security still main goal

    As the United States continues its march to become a cashless society, security concerns abound.
  • Your business can stand out in a strip mall

    For many small businesses, securing a proper location is among the greatest challenges. While an individual building usually provides for a more noticeable storefront, standing out from the rest of a strip mall can be possible and will benefit from the traffic already present for other businesses in the same building.
  • Would a wireless printer make life easier?

    Everyone knows how indispensable a printer is at home and in the office. Businesses rely on a solid, cost-effective printer for vital forms, letters and other documents. Homes with working professionals and students rely on printers too. Even those who are transitioning to a paperless environment can't totally do without them. In special cases, printed files are much more easier to manage then digital files. Work gets done faster, easier, and even more accurate.
  • The nursing profession on 2013: An outlook

    What would the year 2013 be like for nurses? How can nurses be more competitive? And what's the job outlook in general?
  • The best online resources for students in 2013

    The Internet is a gold mine of academic resources, many of which are free and impressively up-to-date. Millions of students have already tapped a number of scholastic websites to do research, supplement their lessons and even to rent online textbooks. Interest in offering free courses online has recently surged. Students and independent learners are not only taught web development subjects otherwise unavailable in most schools, they're also taught courses in liberal arts and science by professors from top universities.
  • Pros and cons of VOIP connections in business and home

    Voice over Internet Protocol is technology that enables you to make phone calls, send emails, and conduct video conferencing over the internet rather than through traditional land lines.
  • Making exercise and diet a priority in 2013

    Resolutions seem the same every year. You make a decision to put exercise and diet at the top of the priority list, then you lose hope and drive. Make 2013 the year you keep exercise and diet a top priority. It's easy when you do workouts you love that keep you on track.
  • 2013 budget tip: Drink espresso at home

    Getting through the day without some form of caffeine, even just in the mornings, can be brutal. Since humans are natural creatures for convenience, looking for the fastest, easiest way to get that morning fix is all that matters. Having a freshly prepared espresso in the morning is something countless of Americans do each day and for some, it is a pre-work ritual. Unfortunately, this morning pick-me-up can average $4 to $8 per cup; adding up to over $1,000 spent each year. When you add it up, grabbing that cup of morning espresso doesn't seem as pleasant. For 2013, make it a New Year's Resolution to be budget-wise and start drinking espresso at home with a single serve espresso machine.