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The No Housework Week — It’s Possible!

Moms these days do less housework than our grandmothers did, but we still do a lot. According to one government study, even moms who work full-time spend more than 14 hours a week on cleaning, food prep, laundry and other chores. Thats like a part-time second job. And thats before we even get to kid chores like changing diapers! But housework doesnt have to consume valuable time when you could be doing something more fun. We all have 168 hours each week. Ever hear about productivity guru Tim Ferrisss book, The 4-Hour Work Week? Well, here are 10 tips for achieving that grand idea, at least on the housework front:

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Home Remedies for Wrinkles on Skin

Unfortunately, even domestic life can contribute to those wrinkles settling into the skin. Families, careers, friendships and hobbies come to a head in the home, leading to wrinkles from laugh lines to furrowed brows. Since your home has contributed to those deepening lines, use your home’s resources to alleviate and prevent them.

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Finding a Job

Whether you are about to graduate, are returning to the work force after a break, have recently lost your job or are switching careers, you find yourself at crossroads. Finding a job is a process that most of us go through at least once and possibly several times in our lives. Why do some of us seem to be more successful at landing jobs than others? The difference can be attributed to several reasons such as the jobs seeker’s skills, line of work, the economy and, at times, even simply being at the right place at the right time. This article outlines some of the steps, methods and tips you can use in finding a job, no matter what your interest or skill level.