A lost or stolen phone can trigger a major data breach. Prevention is simple, though. It's probably even free.
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You can make yogurt, bread, even laundry detergent and cat litter. And you'll have a greener lifestyle and save money in the process.
Counting in lattes is passé. Calculating your savings in the gallons of gasoline you can now afford will get you further down the road.
Companies like Habitat for Humanity's ReStore shops sell building materials, hardware, furnishings and appliances at amazing discounts.
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