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New Jersey Through The Lens Of Three Townships

By Editor, published on Jan 24, 2018

Unless you are from New Jersey, it seems like just a place on the map that is near New York City and home to historic Atlantic City, which you followed through the HBO television series Boardwalk Empire. Bet you didn’t know that New Jersey was the first state to sign the Bill of Rights, or that it ranks second in blueberry production. New Jersey also has more horses per square mile than any other state. Fun facts such as these are relatively useless unless the theme at trivia night titled “Useless Facts About US 50 States.” So, we’ve compiled a list of the townships you should know a little... (more)

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Visit Central New Jersey for a One-Stop Shop

By Editor, published on Jan 24, 2018

Central New Jersey is certainly a diamond in the rough. Whether you are travelling to NJ for the first time on vacation, or reside in Central New Jersey, there is something for everyone. New Jersey is known as the “Garden State” for its many outdoor attractions to explore, but it also offers opportunities for shoppers, history buffs, and sightseers galore. Coming to Central New Jersey will not disappoint. In fact, you will not have enough time to do all it has to offer in one trip, beckoning you to return. Central New Jersey has an interesting history that has shaped it into the hidden gem... (more)

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The Advancement of the Human Condition Requires Environmental Stewardship

By Editor, published on Jan 24, 2018

The Innate Desire to Learn and Constantly Improve

Ever since the Industrial Revolution, humans have been wired to advance in machines, and today we are constantly making technological strides. From the steam engine and letter press to airplanes and the internet, we keep pushing our limits higher and higher. It is natural for humans to want to continually improve upon our inventions and technologies with no end in sight. With the world at our fingertips with the invention of the internet, humans can learn to do anything and be anything. For instance, want to be a truck driver? You can... (more)

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7 Tips to Choose the Right Suit in 2018

By Editor, published on Jan 24, 2018

You just landed your first real job that requires you to wear something other than an ill fitting uniform supplied by the corporation. You want to make a great impression and you’ll

1. Color matters

The color of your suit matters a lot if you’re intending to impress the boss in 2018. Basic black suits are out of style. And while the nineties style is making a comeback, stick with blue or grey suits to really stand out this year. Navy blue suits are still the staple of the working businessman and whether it’s a two button or three button blazer, the style is in the collar as well.... (more)

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Assignment Help Difficulties and How to Tackle Them

By Editor, published on Jan 24, 2018

Assignment Help That Students Face Difficulties and Best Ways to Handle Them

Life of a student is full of ups and downs. One of the most common complications that appear in a life of any student is to perform certain tasks and duties. The performance of academic papers is one of such. First of all, they are complicated thanks to the varied types and definite requirements on their writing. Secondly, there are other factors, such as lack of competence and time, undeveloped writing skills or poor command of a subject. This list is not complete as there may be other reasons why students... (more)

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Steps to Take Towards Improving Your Life

By Editor, published on Jan 20, 2018

For many of us, life is not everything we wish it were. While we can feel powerless and wish something would come along and make our lives make sense, the reality is that we can achieve a better life all on our own. We’ll rely on the resources and help of others, but the ability to improve our lives comes from inside ourselves: we can make the decisions that change our lives for the better.

For many people, a cause of regret is never finishing their college degree. A pregnancy, lack of financial support, or health issue may have prematurely stopped you on the route to higher education.... (more)

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Skiing Scared! Taking A Skiing Vacation With No Prior Experience

By Editor, published on Jan 20, 2018

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It sounds like a wonderful life, right? Taking leisurely skiing excursions around the Alps, before swishing your way down the mountain to your log cabin, where mulled wine, warm rum, or your beverage of choice is there waiting for you, before an afternoon in the Jacuzzi, enjoying that snow-laden beauty that makes you think this is the pinnacle of life. However, ski vacations are very much the opposite of this, especially if you haven't got a clue on how to ski! It can be a very big worry, especially if you've been roped into a skiing vacation and you're the only one who... (more)

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How To Give Back To Your Community

By Editor, published on Jan 20, 2018

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A community is defined as ‘the condition of sharing or having certain attitudes and interests in common.’ It’s the people who you live near, who play an active role in your life, who you work with, and are connected to. You can easily belong to multiple communities at once, and it’s incredibly likely that at least one of your communities and at some point in time, supported you. It might have been that they helped you start your business, that they helped you to grow, or get over a difficult situation. The best thing about being actively involved in your community is the... (more)

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The Greater Impact Of The #MeToo Campaign

By Editor, published on Jan 18, 2018

Since the numerous stories about Harvey Weinstein began pouring out in October 2017, the #MeToo campaign has really spread and blown up in size. Not only have the past victims of Harvey Weinstein come forward with their accounts, but many other celebrities and humble citizens alike have Tweeted about their experiences. However, on the 13th January this year Margaret Atwood weighed in with her take on the whole campaign. While (Source) she spoke in support of the campaign and claimed it had been very effective at drawing attention to the scale of this issue, she has faced a huge amount of backlash... (more)

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How Important Is It To DIY? Very!

By Editor, published on Jan 17, 2018

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“Do it yourself? No thanks, I’ll get someone else to do it instead!”

In a consumerist culture, the idea of being proactive and taking charge never seems appealing. In many ways, it’s a waste of time and money and you can’t afford to lose either. Still, life is about more than keeping enough cash under the mattress for a rainy day. There are times when finances will dictate your whole life, but they are periods when you have to let go. That is just one advantage of DIY: letting loose.

And, it doesn’t stop... (more)

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