3 Things to Know if a Debt Collector Calls You

Disclaimer: This blog is for educational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.   You aimed to pay your bills on time but just… couldn’t. You went to the hospital for stitches because you *thought* you could make that jump on your dirt bike. You went on a...
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Online Dating: Do Laughs Equal Love?

If you’re single and dating, you’re probably looking for someone with “a good sense of humor.” And, at no surprise to you because every profile says the same thing, you’re not the only one. We obviously value a sense of humor, but do we even know what it means? Is it...
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Don’t Be Fooled: This is How You Spot Fake News

Fake news may feel like a new phenomenon, but fake news has been slinging a sword of lies in journalism for more than a century. Flashback to 1835 with “The Great Moon Hoax” which got people believing life had been discovered on the moon. Now we live in the age of...
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The Crasher’s Guide to Etiquette (And A Few Tips for The Host)

In HBO’s new series, Crashing, Pete is a guy with standup comedy dreams and married to his childhood sweetheart. But when he catches his wife cheating on him, his life unravels and he leaves for New York. Struggling to rebuild his life and make it as a standup...
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Airbnb for Spring Break: Safety Tips

Are you traveling for Spring Break? If you are, you may be thinking to rent an Airbnb. After all, 60 percent of guests who booked an Airbnb last year were millennials. But the mix of us twenty and early thirty-somethings with hot destinations, an abundant supply of...
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Online Dating: Do Laughs Equal Love?

Online Dating: Do Laughs Equal Love?

If you’re single and dating, you’re probably looking for someone with “a good sense of humor.” And, at no surprise to you because every profile says the same thing, you’re not the only one. We obviously value a sense of humor, but do we even know what it means? Is it...

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