According to a new study, $2,467 is the “magic number” for emergency savings. Researchers crunched the numbers and figured out that if you have $2,467 saved for a rainy day, your probability of experiencing hardship in the next six months is low. (MarketWatch)
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What’s your favorite way to unwind at the end of the day? If you like to curl up with a good book before bed you’re probably happier and healthier than people who prefer to watch TV or scroll through social media. A recent survey by mattress review site Sleep Junkie found that people who like to read before bed not only sleep better, but are happier and have less stress. And an added bonus ...The average reader sleeps an hour more than non-readers. (MSN)
People taking public transportation leave things behind every day, but a prosthetic leg?
Apparently, yes. The Long Island Railroad (LIRR) opened a new lost and found, which is full of oddities. There’s 11-hundred feet of space in the Penn Station location to store they typical phones, umbrellas, and briefcases.
You can also pick up the violin, karaoke machine, medical marijuana, or chainsaw you left behind.
LIRR processes over 20-thousand lost items a year and if the stuff doesn’t get claimed, it gets sold off to a vendor.
Source: New York Post
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