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These 2 People Are Tackling a Collective $48K in Debt With One Trick

originally written by and posted on http://www.thepennyhoarder.com   It’s an easy problem to develop. Credit card debt, that is. You get your first card in college and it probably has a small limit, just $300 or so. You quickly max it out because, why not? Then the credit card company raises your limit. You, in turn, max it out again. …

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50 Backpack Donation!

by Justin Barsanti, editor-in-chief SproutVine.com As owners of The Sprout Academy centers and SproutVine.com my wife Rachel and I decided to give back a little more this year for back-to-school. As you can see the above video I made an attempt to blog the journey a little bit. After filling up with a quick trip to Target…     and …

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Here’s What Food Is Served In 17 Movie Theaters Around The World

authored by Michelle No, taken from http://www.buzzfeed.com We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us what they snack on at their local movie theater. Here are their best responses, as well as some of our own favorite finds: 1. Indonesia: Fish and chips @GuruMassak / Via Twitter: @GuruMassak “In Indonesia, you can get fish and chips as well as spaghetti in some of …

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Dating Over 50: Can We Be Humans Again?

written by: Ann Margaret, Staff Writer @ SproutVine “I’m just tryna make my way out to the concrete jungle, who walks with me? Trying to find connection in 2 thousand something, ain’t easy… Kissing strangers. till I find someone I love, till I find someone I trust …Open heart, open mind, never know who you’ll find… Open heart, close your …

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Winners and losers at the MLB trade deadline

by David Schoenfield, taken from http://www.espn.com There were 43 trades from July 15 through Tuesday’s non-waiver trade deadline. While a lot of those happened in the days leading up to Tuesday and included some significant names, there was a flurry of activity in the final 24 hours or so. Let’s review some of the trades made — or not made …

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The 33 Cheapest Places To Travel In 2018

written by: Laura Begley Bloom, taken from http://www.forbes.com Looking to take a cheap vacation in 2018? You’ve come to the right place. While experts are predicting that travel prices are on the rise this year, with airfares expected to go up by 3.5% and hotel prices to increase by 3.7%, it’s still possible to take a budget trip in 2018 — if you know where to go. I tapped into a handful of …

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Pasta Anyone? Yes please…

by Justin Barsanti, Editor-in-Chief SproutVine.com  for $259.99 Who doesn’t like pasta? I know in my family that would be a resounding no one! Everyone loves it! We love it so much we decided to try making our own. To be honest, I was extremely skeptical of it. I read some articles online and watched YouTube videos on the Philips Avance …

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12 Weeks Off Work Without Pay: How I’m Preparing for Maternity Leave

written by: Catherine Hiles, taken from http://www.thepennyhoarder.com   Only 12% of American workers are elibigle to take 12 weeks of paid leave through their employer. Unfortunately, I am not one of them. In 2015 – after the birth of my daughter, Rose – I was able to take seven full weeks off. I negotiated with my employer to work part time …

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Zicam Probably Didn’t Cure Your Cold, and Now You Could Get $57

written by: Stephanie Bolling, taken from http://www.thepennyhoarder.com Nothing is worse than being plagued by a cold, slugging your way to the store to buy overpriced cold medicine, and still feeling like crap after many doses. If this sounds familiar and you’ve purchased Zicam, you might be eligible for up to $57 as part of a proposed class-action settlement. How to Get …

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Who Needs Sleep Anyways? …. I Do!

by: Justin Barsanti, editor-in-chief SproutVine.com If you are anything like my wife and I then you know that sleep comes at a premium. We have very hectic lives coupled with three small children – sleep is the after thought –  not the priority that it should be. Sleep is the most important piece of good health that so many of …

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