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Oct 29, 2017

Your Home Is Trying To Hurt You

We hate to be the ones to tell you this, but your home may be affecting your health in a, ummm, how do we say this delicately, a harmful way. Yeah, we know this isn’t exactly the sweetest song to hear, but we thought it better to leave you informed and able to act appropriately than to keep this vital information all to ourselves and leave you blissfully unaware of your home’s vengeance against you. 

So, without leaving it another second, here are the most common and secretive ways your home could be harming the health of you and your loved ones:

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Forget About Fluorescent Lights
Yup. These little suckers can have an immensely harmful affect on your wellbeing, especially if you are enduring what scientists like to call “prolonged exposure”. We’re talking migraines, eyestrain, problems with your sleep and even a higher risk of breast cancer. That is why we beg, urge and plead you to invest in a radioactive-style suit and start replacing your fluorescent bulbs with incandescent or LED versions. 

 It Might Be Time For A Career Change

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Whether you like it or not, work is a pretty central part to all of our lives on a day to day basis. After all, if you don't work, you have no income, and no income means no food, no clothes, no roof over your head. However, that doesn't mean that you should be willing to put up with a career that you're not happy it. If you spend all of your time at work wishing you were doing anything else, and you find yourself coming home each day feeling drained and exhausted, that could well be a sign that it's time to move on to something new. Of course, doing that can often be something of a challenge for a lot of people. With that in mind, here are a few things that you can do in order to get started on a new career path.