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Make a Great Impression on Your Interviewer in 10 Minutes

The first few minutes of an interview are really crucial and can be a make-or-break factor. First impressions are really important and will last long after you leave the room. Learning how to make a memorable impact in a few minutes is a powerful...

How Much You Need to Earn to Be Happy in Your State

Happiness is always relative, but the last we heard, $75,000 was the optimal salary people need to make to be satisfied with their lot in life — no more, no less. Of course, you may argue that this "rule" can't apply to everyone. After all,...

19 Things Unhappy People Do

Everyone has their off days, but why cause more negativity you can avoid it? If you work on thinking positively about yourself and others, you will be that much closer to being your happiest self. Below are 19 things unhappy people do that we...

14 Ways to Make Your Mornings Better

Mornings can be a challenge. Create better mornings with a few helpful tips that will leave you smiling all day long, whether you're refining your makeup routine or prepping for the busy day. And it's easier than you think to save time while...

6 Smart Tips for Being a Better Listener

Just about everyone can admit to zoning out while on the opposite end of an endless phone rant from a friend or daydreaming during a long business meeting. But when you're having an important one-on-one with your bestie or participating in a...

8 Reasons Why You Didn't Get That Promotion

Promotion season at the office can cause a wide range of emotions — euphoria for those who received one and bittersweetness for those who are happy for their promoted colleagues but feel left behind because they didn't get one. Not getting the...

How to Quit Cable for Good ... and Survive

If you're thinking about cutting the cable cord, you're not alone — 3.74 million Americans have canceled TV subscriptions from 2008 to 2012, according to a Convergence Consulting Group report. If your cable bills are starting to look like an...

9 Depression-Era Frugal Habits You Need to Pick Up

Scrimping and saving was a necessity during the Great Depression, when unemployment in the US skyrocketed to 25 percent. Although we are seeing better times, we can always take a page from that era and practice some of those thrifty habits....

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