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Turning Hobbies into Earners: 3 Hobbies that Help You Earn Some Extra cash

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Turning Hobbies into Earners: 3 Hobbies that Help You Earn Some Extra cash

When we try something and pick up on it naturally, it is considered to be a hobby and almost everyone has at least one that they invest a considerable amount of time in. However, that guitar you play after work to relax, or that portrait you drew to impress your […]

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Things To Do When You Are Home Alone

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Found yourself home alone? It can be nice to spend some time by yourself in the house particularly when you live in a busy household, but as this can be such a rarity, people often do not know what to do with themselves. This is a time that you should […]

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Can You Afford Music Lessons? Yes!

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There are several rites of passage, like learning to swim, that all kids need to experience–not just because they’re sort of traditional but because they actually help kids grow up. It’s okay if they end up hating it, but they still need to try it out, at least for a […]

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Jim Morrison Predicts The Future Of Music Back In 1969

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Jim Morrison the Doors’ frontman  is famously known as “An American Poet” thanks to everyone’s favorite non-Blutarsky dorm room poster, but perhaps “An American Prophet” is more accurate. Consider the accuracy with which Morrison predicted the state of today’s music in the above clip from a 1969 interview.  

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Taylor Swift’s New Album: 1989, Shake It Off

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Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift released the first single from, 1989 album, last night. During a Yahoo! live stream, Swift played her latest single, danced with her fans, and unveiled the album she has been working on for two years. The album, she announced,  was inspired by the “late ’80s” pop she was listening to. […]

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