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Creative Ways to Spend Time with Your Children

In this day and age, where children and their parents tend to be quite disconnected from each other, either because the parents work long hours or the children spend more and more time online and using social media, making time to spend with your children is becoming very important. Planning quality time and activities…

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Visit Fort Lauderdale: To Partake, Party and Buy Property

In 2007, my husband and I decided to leave NY and make Florida our home. Our first son had just turned one, and we wanted him to grow up experiencing a more relaxed life, different from the hustle and bustle we grew to know. What helped us in making that decision was the opportunity to live in one of my mother's vacant condos in Fort Lauderdale, which allowed us to experience Florida as residents. It gave us a chance to decide where we'd like to live long term, while enjoying all the amenities we desired.

We've learned how affordable life in Fort Lauderdale could be, especially to someone coming from a state like New York where a dollar doesn't stretch as far. Food prices were less, apartments, even homes cost less, and if you're in the right field, salaries were just as competitive.
 

Comparing it to other states and to its neighbor, Miami, you can still get a decent amount of space affordably. Check out some of the Fort Lauderdale condos for sale, or houses if you need more room. (continue)

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