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Outdoor Lifestyle: Minimalist Camping Essentials

Camping has become one of the most popular recreational activities in the country, with over 7 million new campers since 2014. In a Statista survey, records show that U.S. consumers spent at least $3 billion on camping equipment, with a huge chunk allocated on backpacks and sleeping bags. Increasing interest in younger consumers’ outdoor activities …

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4 Changes to Workplace Culture One Could Expect Post Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic turned our world upside down. For months, cities, and, in some cases, entire countries, were put under a lockdown lest the virus spread like wildfire. This has had a great toll on everyone’s well-being. The same goes for businesses. Under the pandemic, businesses are tested more than ever. And for those that …

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Making Your Car Last Longer and Surviving Every Long Road Trip

Now that lockdowns have been lifted and restrictions eased, many people from different parts of the word can travel again. But since international flights are still limited, a road trip is what most would probably settle for. And we’re not complaining; a long-distance drive is always a good idea, after all. Cross-country trips are relatively …

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The Truths Behind 6 Popular Home-cleaning Myths

Although research says that there are certain benefits of living with a little dirt, recent events have made it very clear that you need to routinely clean your home. However, according to a survey on home cleaning, 27 percent of Americans were primarily concerned over clutter and only 12 percent were concerned about stains. That’s …

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