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  • 5 Best Thanksgiving Movies To Watch Indoors With Your Family Thanksgiving will be different this year, but one thing's for sure, nothing beats a classic Thanksgiving movie marathon with your loved ones.

  • Top Resources for Families That Move Often The day eventually comes when your family outgrows its home or a new opportunity brings the need for relocation. Maybe you are in a line of work that requires you to move around for assignments and your family is used to moving around, or maybe you're just the kind of family that likes to try new things and live in different places. Whether you are moving for the first time or the hundredth time, moving is disruptive for both parents and kids. Sometimes kids need special attention to get through a traumatic experience that they don't quite understand.

  • 5 Businesses People are Launching in the Wake of COVID-19 Business has been gradually shifting to the internet for years, but that shift is rapidly accelerating thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether businesses remain closed or at limited capacity for weeks or months no longer matters. The future of running a successful business requires an online presence.

  • Thanksgiving Myths: Don't Believe Everything Your Teacher Tells You Thanksgiving is rife with myths and inaccuracy. Don't believe everything your kindergarten teacher told you about the Pilgrims and the Native people who met them.

  • Most Popular Thanksgiving Food: Traditional Thanksgiving Dishes Served Every Year Thanksgiving is a time to feast, with so many dishes you can choose from. Here are the most popular food served during Thanksgiving.

  • How Is Black Friday Going to Work This Year? In the late fall, the season of global sales begins in Europe and the USA. It starts with Black Friday buyers and sellers have been waiting for in most countries around the world. This year, Black Friday will be held on November 27th, but stores often announce discounts several days before it. What trends should we expect this year and how the BF will be held in 2020 taking into account the lockdowns and quarantines in many countries? Let's figure out.

  • Best Vegetarian Places in America: Where to Eat if You're Prefer Plant Based Food You no longer need to search far and wide for a decent restaurant to eat at if you are a vegetarian. There are now establishments that offer a vegan menu that is both healthy and delicious.

  • Couple Recreates Scenes from Action-Packed Netflix Series 'Money Heist' in Prenup Shoot Photos of the soon-to-be-married couple wearing "Money Heist" uniforms caught the public's attention on social media.

  • Halloween Traditions, Celebrations, and Stories From Around the World Halloween is the spookiest night of the year, and Americans are not the only ones who celebrate. Here are the countries that have their own tradition during Halloween season.

  • New Pandemic Virtual Event Ideas To Do With Your Friends In the winter, do not let the pandemic prevent you from socializing. Below are six new pandemic virtual event ideas to catch up with your friends and even meet new friends.

  • Be Vigilant of What Your Body Odor Is Trying To Tell You Is body odor a major concern for you? You are not alone as for 98 percent of the globe, the everyday bout against smelly armpits is a struggle in a study cited by "Smithsonian" magazine revealed. Many warning signs from your armpits are very vital to your health.

  • How to Avoid Tech Addiction During the Pandemic Smartphones, tablets, laptops, televisions, and gaming consoles aren't just nice-to-have luxuries. They're mainstays in most homes. In fact, most Americans jump from screen to screen throughout the day. If they're not checking social platforms for personal use, they're analyzing spreadsheets for work.

  • Kiss "Bah, Humbug" Goodbye with Subtle Ways to Decorate Early After a year of ups and downs - and, let's face it, plenty more downs - you can help raise everyone's spirits (including your and your family's) by beginning your Christmas decorating early.

  • Top 3 Tips for Studying from Home Online education is the new normal in a world affected by both COVID-19 as well as a transition to remote learning and labour. In an increasingly technology-reliant economy, many workplaces see the value of working from home, and most universities in North America are conducting classes exclusively online.

  • Skedulo Releases Study on COVID-19 Impact on the Workforce Skedulo, leading schedule and management platform, has released its report on the impact of the global coronavirus pandemic on the workforce.

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