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Powered by Savings: How to Cut Costs

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Saving money can be a challenge, but if you want to keep adding money to your retirement plan, or more importantly, your vacation fund – then here are a few tips that you can implement around your house, at your job and even while out having fun! At Work Nothing drains the finances at work like eating lunch out at restaurants, getting snacks from the … Read More

Hotels Around the World: Where Are the Best Views?

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Most travelers check into their hotels and then go out to see the sights. Some hotels, though, enable you to meet two goals in one: relax in comfortable surroundings as you contemplate some of the most stunning, iconic views in the world. These hotels are world-renowned for their magnificent views. Read More

10 Ways to Cut Your Energy Bills This Winter

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The Energy Information Administration (EIA) reports that the average American spends $2,000 on energy costs each year: that’s a lot of currency for, well, currency. While some of this cost is inevitable, a large portion can be decreased by making your home—and yourself—more energy efficient. You can help… Read More

Lights Around the World

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Each year, well-composed light shows, displays and decorations (whether natural or human-made) bring joy to visitors and make for wonderful holiday sightings. The following list of light displays comprises a handful of our favorites: Eiffel Tower, Paris, France One of the most awesome… Read More

LEDs are Saving Energy in the City That Never Sleeps

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Times Square went green with the New Year’s ball, and you can do the same. It is a New Year’s tradition that has become just as synonymous with the holiday as making a resolution – the lighted ball in Times Square. At 11:59 p.m., the infamous ball begins its descent, as partygoers countdown to another year. While the Times Square Ball is commonly associated with … Read More