Top 5 Ways Anyone Can Become SmarterYou may not have been born with a brain like Albert Einstein's, but you can make yourself smarter.
Top 5 Things Healthy People Do Before 9:00 A.M."Start your day off early,” said fitness expert Larry North. “It seems to be the one common thread all healthy people have."
Top 5 Holiday Travel MistakesA record number of people, more than a 100,000,000 Americans, are expected to travel for the holidays.
Top 5 Gift Ideas For Those Who Are Hard To Buy ForNot sure what to get for someone on your Christmas shopping list? If you're totally stumped on what to purchase, consider these top five gift ideas that you may have not considered yet.
Top 5 "Worst Toys" Of The Holiday SeasonSince 1973 the organization, W.A.T.C.H. (World Against Toys Causing Harm, Inc.), has identified toys with the potential to cause injuries and even death.
Top 5 Things NOT To Buy On Black Friday“There are some amazing deals on Black Friday," said Ben Glaser with the comparison shopping website, DealNews.com. "But the bottom line is do your research and have a budget.”
Top 5 Surprising Ways To Help You Fall Asleep40-million Americans suffer from long-term sleep disorders, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Top 5 Surprising Things You Can Get For FreeRemember, when you sign-up for the free samples be prepared to have your inbox and mailbox full of ads.
Top 5 Surprising Health MythsZip up your jacket or you'll get sick! Drink 8 glasses of water a day! That's what we've been hearing all of our lives. Is it true, or is it just a myth that has been passed through the generations?
Top 5 Items You Should Have In Your Car (But Probably Don't)Whether you make your own kit or purchase one, Shupe said all kits should have the essentials such as booster cables, a flashlight, and a blanket.
Top 5 Ways To Save TimeWhen it comes to time, who amongst us couldn't use a little more? Lorraine Brock is an expert at getting organized, and she offers some tips for saving time in your daily life.
Top 5 Ways You're Unknowingly Hurting Your Credit ScoreThe difference of as little as a hundred points on your credit over time can cost you thousands of dollars.