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Holidays are great and July 4th is no exception, but there is plenty to beware of as we celebrate the birth of the United States of America. One thing we know is that life can quickly turn to crap, and plenty associated with this holiday leads to problems. The following warnings can help you enjoy your 4th of July holiday.

The U.S.A. is 243 years old this July 4th. What are some of the best ways to celebrate? It depends on who you ask. The following are 5 ideas that may especially appeal to college students wanting to celebrate America’s birthday.

Have you ever hit a really tough time? Since you’re human, likely so. Everything can be rocking along nicely without us noticing just how much we have to be thankful for and then something disastrous happens, like sudden job loss, a diagnosis of cancer, or the death of a loved one. “Life is 10 percent what happens to you and 90 percent how you respond to it” says Charles Swindoll. Check out the following tips that can help you respond to tough times in ways that will improve your life.

By the end of next week, virtually all kids will be whooping and hollering for joy that summer has finally arrived. The weather is already plenty hot, though it’s not officially summer until June 21. A favorite activity for families is visiting a beach. The waves, the wind, the saltwater, and the sand provide a backdrop for unforgettable days. It’s important to understand, however, that beaches can be treacherous and, for reasons of unpredictable weather alone, it’s risky to schedule an entire vacation around a visit to a beach. Check out six things to watch out for on beach vacations.
When it comes to gardening, the secret being hidden is that people really do or do not have a green thumb. If you can’t be a grower of things, well, there’s really nothing you can do about it. Following prescribed steps doesn’t work for those of us with no aptitude for encouraging plants to flourish. For those who would ignore this insightful warning, the following are five gardening fails to avoid.
Charlie is a famous tuna who got rejected repeatedly in commercials for canned tuna, and a national day is named after him. Every April 6 is National Sorry Charlie Day. No one likes the feelings created by rejection, but it’s part of being human.  Below are facts about Charlie the Tuna and a few of the benefits to be derived from being on the receiving end of, “Sorry, Charlie!”