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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 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 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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My Peloton Journey…

by Justin Barsanti, Editor-in-chief, www.SproutVine.com I am not getting any kick-backs or commissions from this article. This is not sponsored content. I am not being paid for this. This is just me in the raw sharing with you my experience. I had a lot of mixed emotion posting this article. Anyone who really knows me knows that I am not one …

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Man with Down syndrome runs sock business worth $4M

posted on Fox13news.com Want a feel good story for your day? We loved this one. Down syndrome doesn’t hold back a 22-year-old who co-founded with his dad a sock company now worth $4 million. Mark Cronin said the company, John’s Crazy Socks, is named for his son’s passion. It seems like nothing can stand in their way. In just a year and a half, John’s …

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College Anxiety? We Got You…

by Justin Barsanti, Editor-in-chief of SproutVine.com   Oh I remember those days… worrying about which college I would go to, how I was going to properly prep for the SAT, ACT, and GMAT. It is such a stressful time for so many students and parents. It was also such an exciting time in life to know I was going to …

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8 Biggest iPhone 2018 Rumors: What You Need to Know

by MARK SPOONAUER, taken from www.tomsguide.com Here come the next iPhones The next iPhones are coming, and there could be a trio of new models from Apple this fall. If the rumors prove true, we could be looking at bigger screens — maybe even as large as 6.5 inches — cheaper prices and a new way to charge. You can also …

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Best Sonos speaker? Comparing All Sonos Products

written by: Britta O’Boyle, taken from www.pocket-lint.com Multi-room speaker options are plentiful to say the least, with Denon, Samsung or LG and all offering their own take, with Apple, Amazon and Google now getting into the mix too. Unlike some of the newer additions to the multi-room speaker sector, Sonos has been around for over a decade and it offers one of the best app …

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Veterans Helping Veterans: Tips on How to Find a Fulfilling Civilian Job

Written by Matt Reinstetle, taken from www.thepennyhoarder.com Cameron Bobbitt Sr. gets ready to leave his home in Riverview, Fla., to attend a speed networking training at CareerSource Tampa Bay. Bobbitt served in the U.S. Marine Corps for 22 years. Tina Russell/The Penny Hoarder When Cameron Bobbitt Sr. started to prepare for life after the military, he figured his transition to …

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