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If living a life of weisure is not your cup of tea, then here are some suggestions that might help you to make the most of your free time.
Blurring the lines between our personal and professional lives has its pros and cons.
Long considered the sole provenance of the lazy and uninspired, the process of daydreaming may be more productive than we thought.
Even during a recession, it turns out that love can still trump money.
The cost of sending packages and letters by Priority and Express Mail will set you back more than regular mail, but are you really getting the service you’re paying for?
It turns out that the flow of money may hold some insight into the spread of swine flu.
Some experts think that surfing the web can you make you more productive at work. Then again, so might amphetamines, which begs the question, at what point does it get to be too mu
Even though some of us may embrace the idea that one should not mix work and play, it turns out that having fun with your colleagues might have it’s share of benefits for our healt
As the economy falters, so does the patience of some parents, leading them to act out their frustrations in the worst possible way. Here are some tips on how to avoid this loss of
Studies have shown that a healthy marriage could translate into a healthy heart, not to mention saving money on health care or an expensive divorce.
How you perceive your tax rebate could go a long way in determining whether or not you’re going to spend it.
Believe it or not, it turns out that getting a promotion might in fact be bad for you because of the increased workload and stress, but it doesn’t have to be this way.
By some estimates, up to 80% of medical bills out there have mistakes on them, so it’s in your best interest to know what you’re being charged for.
When it comes to shopping, touching an item may in fact encourage consumers to purchase things they hadn’t intended on buying in the first place.
Tough economic times take a toll on our sleep patterns, which adversely affect all other aspects of our lives, but it doesn't have to be this way.
During hard times, eating cheap food may seem to make sense, but it can be more costly to us in the long run.
During these trying times, a little physical activity can go a long way to lifting your spirits, and might even make you smarter.
Some studies have found that indicators of a healthy population actually go up when the economy goes south.
An M.D. quits medicine and becomes a full-time blogger.
The government has determined that people are worth less than five years ago.