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- All You Magazine | Work + Money | Fri, Mar 15, 2013 3:03 PM EDT | Comments
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Group saving sites are all the rage. Just look at the number of people using Groupon to try new restaurants and spa treatments. But now Facebook is the hottest place to score group deals. With Share It Up apps, brands are able to use social media to find reach outside its immediate audience by letting users share offers and giving better savings when more people share. Check out some of the brands giving extra savings to Facebook fans who share:...Read More »
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Oregon Chai Tea: Oregon Chai's Facebook sharing and saving program allows you and your friends to receive coupons, starting at $0.75 off and increasing in value every time a new friend joins your sharing group.
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Hertz Car Rentals: Last year Hertz let Facebook fans share their savings deal to earn up to $35 off their next car rental. The deal began at $15 and when a second person joined the sharing group, it jumped to $25.
- Babble.com | Work + Money | Fri, Mar 15, 2013 1:31 PM EDT | Comments
For the first three years of my son's life, this was how weekdays went: house to metro to daycare to metro to work to metro to daycare to metro to house. When I left my job two years ago, the biggest sense of relief I had was of losing the commute and the endless logistical juggling. But leaving the paid workforce was not without its drawbacks. DC is a career driven town and not being able to define myself in terms of the work I did was unsettling. Moreover, I was lonely. I had lost the companionship and comfort of an adult office. I asked readers to share what they liked best about being a working mom, and many of them expressed similar sentiments. Working as a mom has enormous rewards as well an distinct challenges. Click through to see what readers says the best and worst about combining work and motherhood and share your thoughts! - By Rebekah Kuschmider
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- Astrology.com Financescopes | Work + Money | Fri, Mar 15, 2013 11:36 AM EDT | Comments
Aries (March 21 - April 19)
What you're communicating isn't easy today, and that makes picking the right words even more important than ever. It's crucial that you get the right message across -- and the right numbers are just the very beginning of what you have to say.
Today's Aries Reading: Free Sample Past Life Reading
Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
You're racing ahead of yourself -- but that's nothing unusual for you! Just remember to take a few breaths in between enthusiastically positive predictions. Things may not go your way -- but it doesn't hurt to plan for the best.
Today's Taurus Reading: Free Sample Astro Identity Reading
Gemini (May 21 - June 21)
You're over-working something. Like a painting or a gourmet meal, knowing when things are done is crucial. Too much thinki
- Babble.com | Work + Money | Thu, Mar 14, 2013 3:24 PM EDT | Comments
Checking bags for many is no big deal. For me, though, it's one of those things I avoid like the plague. It started before airlines started charging you for your luggage. I even packed a carry-on for my honeymoon, to my husband's utter joy. My husband and I share our love of packing efficiently and being able to leave the airport as soon as we deplane and not have to wait for our bags. If you can't understand how it is even remotely possible to take everything you need in a rollaboard that conforms to TSA regulations, just keep reading. Check out the video I made while I was packing for 6 days:
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Here are 7 tips when packing just a carry-on:
- Check the weather: if it's raining at your destination, suede is never a good idea. Don't take a heavy coat unless it's really cold; a leather jacket is easier to pack and ideal for cool (not cold) weather.
- Always pack at least one cardigan, even if you're traveling to a tr
- Babble.com | Work + Money | Thu, Mar 14, 2013 3:13 PM EDT | Comments
According to that wacky rodent Punxsutawney Phil, we've only got a wee bit left of the house-bound winter blahs. You know what that means… time to start planning some springtime family fun. May we suggest a road trip? We went ahead and rounded up 50 totally ridiculous, wacky, what-were-they-thinking things to see, do, and take-a-potty-break-near in all 50 states. From the world's largest peanut to the country's smallest church to a giant milk bottle, we're banishing road trip boredom one state at a time. Click through for 7 ridiculous roadside attractions! -By Jamie Morrison Curtis...Read More »
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