Beat the First Date Blues: Quirky & Fun Date Ideas

Have you ever been on a really terrible first date? The kind where you plan on dinner and a movie, and you’re only half an hour into the dinner when you realize you’re staring at your date in frozen silence and trying to think of ways you can pretend your phone is ringing with an emergency that requires you to leave right now? If you’ve been dating for a while, you’ve probably been there. Some of it is down to chemistry, but it’s possible to have fun on a first date even if you wind up discovering that you’re not interested in a second date. Dinner and a movie is the worst possible setup. During the movie half of the date, you can’t talk, and during the dinner half, you don’t have anything else to do but talk. Here’s a handful of offbeat first date ideas to get you started

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Pros and Cons of Dumpster Diving

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There is a craze that is sweeping the world, and it happens to be digging through bins to find goods that could be recycled. This goes beyond thrift shopping and garage sales and gets into jumping into piles of garbage to find anything from furniture to food and everything in between. There are even rules and etiquette in the world of trash picking, and there are people from all walks of life who participate in this activity. Is dumpster diving safe to participate in? These quick pros and cons of dumpster diving can help you decide if going through the garbage would be a good hobby to pick up. Pros Recycling One good thing about bout dumpster diving is that you are helping to limit the waste that is happening in first world countries. By recycling products that are discarded you are helping to reduce the waste that is produced

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Why Switching to PC Gaming Will Save You Money

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In a world where we’re all trying to spend a little less without sacrificing the things we enjoy, making the switch to PC gaming is a step in the right direction. Looking at the initial costs may make it look otherwise, but in the end if you’re into both video games and saving money, you’ll want to ditch your console and switch over to the PC side. Your Console Isn’t Cheaper Than A PC You may think it is, but it really isn’t. Most families already own a PC. It may not be the best PC or the fastest or the most advanced graphically, but you already own one. It’s a multipurpose system that lets you watch movies and television shows, send emails to your friends, keep up with social media, do your homework and play video games. Computers have become as necessary as phones were a generation ago, and

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Saving Money on Your Beauty Regimen

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Keeping on top of your beauty regimen is not always easy once you start a budget. It’s not always easy to figure out how you can get your beauty products at a price that you can actually afford, you may find yourself starting to give up. However, this doesn’t need to be the case. If you are on a budget or you just want to stop spending so much money on beauty products, you need to know exactly how you can go about saving money on these things. There’s a lot that you need to know in order to figure this out, but you shouldn’t be left in the dark. Not knowing what to do is just going to make you wind up spending more money, which is just not going to work out. You need to know exactly how you can save money on your beauty products in order

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When Paying More can Save You Money

Cheaper isn’t always better! The biggest bargain hound in the world can sometimes find themselves spending more money overall than a smart shopper who pays attention to more than just the price. Learning how to be a strategic shopper can save you a lot of money in the long run, while paying too much attention to just the price tag can be an expensive mistake. Here’s some things to think about to help you become a strategic shopper. Quality Lasts Longer You may never buy a $400 shoe, but you’ve probably spent more than $400 on shoes over the past 2 or 3 years. Think about the typical cheap work shoe that you can pick up at Payless or Walmart. It’s probably got a faux leather finish, a simple rubber sole, a fit that’s not too comfortable, and if you do a lot of walking and standing at work, it

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