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Seen on Pinterest: Healthy, Simple Breakfast Favorites

It's well known that one of the best ways to start the day is with a healthy breakfast. But as the lazy days of summer draw to a close, our leisurely mornings grow fewer and further between. Try these healthy make-ahead options to start your morning on a good note.
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Seen on Pinterest: Ten Creative Crafts for Hot Summer Days

We're big fans of spending time outdoors when the weather is warm, but there are some days when it's simply too hot, too buggy, or too stormy to venture outside. On those days, we turn to Pinterest for DIY inspiration. There's always a craft project waiting around the corner, and this week's Seen on Pinterest tracks of a few of our favorite do-it-yourself and popular home goods hacks. Most of these crafts are suitable for teenagers and adults, or older children with parental supervision.
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The problem with 911 emergency services and cell phones (in other words, why you should keep your landline)

Last week some startling news hit—as many as 90% of the 911 cell calls made in Washington D.C. are missing key bits of information that allow users to be pinpointed on a map. Get the details.
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Game Time: Three Online Shops, Just For Fun

Whatever happened to the aisles and aisles of computer games you used to see at big-box electronics and specialty stores? Sure, stores still stock a large number of games for consoles like Xbox and Playstation, but Windows and Mac users are lucky to find more than a single shelf. That's not because everybody is too busy playing Candy Crush on their phones—computer gaming is still a $25 billion industry. So, where are all the games?
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Seen on Pinterest: Cool Treats for Hot Summer Days

Seen on Pinterest is back and ready to help you plan out the rest of your summer shindigs with these sweet treats perfect for hot summer nights, backyard barbecues or lazy days by the lake.
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How to talk to Millenials

With more and more Millenials are entering the workplace, it can pose a challenge as different generations (with different communication styles) attempt to communicate. Get some tips for talking to Millenials...or more accurately, how to talk WITH them.
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Grill out (or in) for July 4th dinner

What are you making for 4th of July dinner? To me, it's a grilling kind of holiday again so I'll be making lamb kofta with homemade tzatziki sauce. If that's not what you're into, I've got a recommendation for the best burger recipe I've tried in a long while, plus a picnic-friendly dessert bar that is one of my favorites for summer!
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Practice happiness

Milwaukee Brewers are on board. Even UW Madison leaders are doing it. What are they doing? Getting happy. Certainly you’ve heard Pharrell’s hit song, but that isn’t all there is to it. Happiness isn’t something just in a song—rather it’s a skill that can be learned! Find out how you can practice happiness.
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Savvy Spending: Save on Summer Clothing, Home Goods and More

It's summertime, and the living is easy ... sort of. The kids are home from school, and those weekend road trips to the lake or beach sure do add up to some added stress on your bank account. Don't sacrifice style this summer, you can still save big with these simple money-saving techniques, right from the comfort of your computer.
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Summer movies

Summer is here, and that means it’s summer blockbuster season—the season when the big studios make their money. Kids out of school, summer vacations, hot days are all big reasons people go to the movies in the summer. Find out what movie started it all and what's on tap for this blockbuster movie season.
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