When I first moved to NY and I was totally broke, sometimes I would buy Vogue instead of dinner. I just felt it fed me more. -Carrie Bradshaw.
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For those of you interested in keeping a fantastic house and lifestyle, this is the mag for you. The new online magazine Rue features picture-perfect homes, design tips, and entertaining inspiration in the style of a glossy.
This may be your ultimate guide before you start your online course for real estate investing. Before taking out that credit card, it’s important that you know what to expect from an online course. Whether you are just starting up or you want to become a real estate broker, here’s what you should keep in mind. Read more
You’ve undoubtedly heard of the popular cannabidiol oil (CBD). Researchers show that CBD products and oils successfully treat and reduce many harmful ailments. While it’s wise to conduct your own research to know what is going into your body, there are some benefits to CBD oil many health experts agree on. Here are 10 of those amazing health benefits. Read more
How often do you feel like a juggler trying to keep track of twenty balls at once? If you are like the majority of college students out there, then chances are, quite often. Whether it is too many extracurricular activities, too much partying, too many part-time jobs, or too much of everything, overscheduling is a scourge of most students – and not just students. Being busy is perceived as a virtue in everyone – from children (as described in an article by WebMD) to CEOs of multinational corporations. Yet being busy isn’t synonymous with being productive and even less so to being happy. Overloading your schedule may just be eating you alive, especially in college – and here is why. Read more