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Rules for a Great Marriage

Rules for a Great Marriage

With divorce rates affect around 50 percent of all marriages, the big question today is: How can we stay together? Experts agree that the most important factors are good communication, a deep commitment and genuine caring. “A great marriage can enrich your life,” write the authors of “12 Hours To A Great Marriage.” The authors,…

Weird Excuses for Being Late to Work

Weird Excuses for Being Late to Work

If you’re like me, there are days when you hit the snooze button on your alarm or phone at least 27 times. Eventually you get up, throw on some clothes without the pretense that it’s actually an outfit and slink into work, as if you’ve been there the last hour. Sure, we’ve all had rough…

How Much Sleep Do You Really Need

How Much Sleep Do You Really Need

If you’re in your 40s, you should be sleeping between seven and nine hours every night, but the chances are fairly good that you don’t. How much sleep we need so we function at the top of our game varies by age. Obviously, a toddler needs more sleep than his 30-something parents. But how much…

You Favorite Music Reveals Your Personality

You Favorite Music Reveals Your Personality

The music a person likes also reveals facts about their personality, according to research from the University of Texas at Austin: Blues, Jazz, Classical or Folk You are intelligent, tolerant and politically liberal. Country or Religious You are cheerful, outgoing, reliable and conventional. Alternative or Rock You are physically active and a curious risk-taker. Hip-Hop…

The Worst Traffic Cities

The Worst Traffic Cities

Gridlock is the bane of every commuter. Horns are blasting. Cars don’t move. Tempers are flaring. And the worst city of all for traffic congestion is the nation’s capital, including the close-in suburbs of Maryland and Virginia, where each commuter suffered, on average, a delay of 82 hours last year. That’s the word from the…

The Most and Least Satisfying Jobs

The Most and Least Satisfying Jobs

If you’re looking for a job that brings satisfaction and happiness, then consider a profession in which you serve others, say researchers from the University of Chicago. The most satisfying jobs are professions that involve caring for, teaching and protecting others, as well as creative pursuits. Here are the top ten most satisfying jobs: Clergy,…

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