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On January 1, when you are still excited about your New Year's resolution, coordinate a family meeting. All family members must stay involved, yes, even children. Children can help save the family money by simply turning off lights when they are not in use and monitoring cell phone usage and ch...
Did you know that in the early years of television, TVs didn't have remote controls? You actually had to get up to change channels. There wasn't even a mute button. And speaking of channels, there were only three-ABC, NBC and CBS.Today, it's a different world. Viewers have hundreds of options at ...