Labor Day

This could be a great Labor Day year: unemployment is low, hiring is brisk and the U.S. workforce is more engaged than it’s been in years. Plus, we haven’t yet blown all our money on the holidays.

Did you know that the first observance of Labor Day…

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National Thrift Store Day Is This Friday

If you haven’t been to your local thrift store in a while, perhaps this Friday would be a good time for a visit. That because August 17 has been designated as National Thrift Store Day.

According to The Association of Resale Professionals — via the U.S. Census Bureau — there…

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America's Top 10 Shelter Dog Makeovers

According to the Chinese calendar, 2018 is the year of the dog, which makes the annual Dirty Dogs Campaign even more poetic.

The brainchild of pet industry leaders Wahl and GreaterGood.org, the campaign, now in its seventh year, donates funds and grooming supplies to rescues and shelters nationwide in…

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The Great Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

The 75th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally starts today, August 3. If you’re a motorcyclist, you probably know all about it. Heck, you might even be there now! For the uninitiated, the Census Bureau has produced some great information, about the town of Sturgis itself, and the rally:

The city…

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The Museum of Lifestyle Cheating

A new museum is popping up in Los Angeles that’s dedicated to cheating on your healthy lifestyle.

Called Cheat Day Land, the museum bills itself as the first interactive pop up museum dedicated to your favorite cheat foods. It was conceived by Rubi Rymenmy, creator and founder of Art…

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