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Here Are Our 10 Most Prized Possessions

Here Are Our 10 Most Prized Possessions

Here are our most prized possessions, according to a new survey: Family photos . . . a wedding ring . . . a piece of jewelry . . . an engagement ring . . . and a family heirloom.
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the Ten Best Things About Being a Kid

The Ten Best Things About Being a Kid

A survey of 1,000 children found the best things about being a kid include Christmas, summer vacation, birthdays, and having lots of friends.
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Listening to Music in the Car Puts Them in a Better Mood

Listening to Music in the Car Puts You in a Better Mood

According to a new survey, 81% of Americans have used music to help cope with the added stress from the lockdown. The average person is listening to 38 extra minutes of music a day right now.
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If You Won the Lottery, Would You Split It 50/50 with Your Significant Other

If You Won the Lottery, Would You Split It 50/50 with Your Significant Other?

If you won the lottery, would you give your significant other half? According to a recent survey...
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We're Bad At Doing Haircuts and More at Home

Five Things We've Failed at During Quarantine, Including Haircuts, Pedicures, and Piercings

A new study found the average person only lasted 12 days in lockdown before they tried to do something they'd normally pay for, like haircuts and pedicures. And it has not always gone well.
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Half of People Who Exercise Have Given Up on Having a Beach Body This Year

Half of People Who Exercise Have Given Up on Having a Beach Body This Year

Half of people who exercise have given up on having a "beach body" this year, according to a new survey. And 49% are worried they'll never get their pre-quarantine body back.
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The Average Person Gets Confused About What Day It Is Five Times a Week

The Average Person Gets Confused About What Day It Is Five Times a Week

The average American says they get confused about what day it is five times a week, according to a new survey. And almost three out of four people say...
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Coronavirus Is Making a Lot of People Get Over Their Fear of Commitment

Coronavirus Is Making a Lot of People Get Over Their Fear of Commitment

40% of people say the pandemic has made them want to finally start taking dating more seriously, according to a new survey. And 61% of single people think it's possible to start a romantic relationship during this time without getting together face-to-face.
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One in Eight People Locked Down with Their Partner Right Now Are Having Relationship Doubts

One in Eight People Locked Down with Their Partner Right Now Are Having Relationship Doubts

One in eight people who are currently locked down with their partner say it's causing them to have some doubts about the relationship, according to a new survey.
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The Quarantine Has Brought Back the Classic Family Sunday Drive

The Quarantine Has Brought Back the Classic Family Sunday Drive

The classic family drive is back. 60% of people say they've started taking long, leisurely drives as an activity to get out of the house.
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