It’s nearing the end of January, and tax season is starting to loom. By next Monday you should have received any tax documents from your employer. So why not take a few moments this weekend to figure out what other tax documents you need in order to file.
Every once in awhile a made up holiday comes along that is worth celebrating. Today is one of those days. So the tip today is to treat yourself and celebrate “National Chocolate Cake Day.” Luckily we have plenty of recipes to help you pay tribute to that classic dessert.
Whether you’re looking to lose weight or just eat healthier this year, keeping low-calorie snacks that still fill you up on hand is key.
Instead of hitting up the vending machine, reach for these healthy options.
Keep reading for more healthy snack ideas.
One area that always seems to end up being a mess is the medicine cabinet. Whether you have multiple bottles of the same thing, or just have too much to be able to find what you’re looking for quickly, taking a few minutes to streamline and organize can make a big difference the next time you’re facing a headache or a cut finger.
Follow these steps to get your medicine cabinet in order.
One of the easiest ways to save on your food budget is to make a list before you hit the grocery store. On average, people who make a list (and stick to it) save 23 percent on their grocery bill.
There’s been a lot of buzz lately about kale and how good it is for you. It’s chock full of vitamin C, beta-carotene, calcium, and antioxidants. (It’s on our list of the 30 Healthiest Foods after all.) But it seems to be one of those foods that people either love or hate. Luckily, there are a couple of easy (and tasty) ways to add it to your diet.
Tonight is the perfect night to give this often neglected area of your home a little love. If you have a large bookcase, it can be surprisingly versatile in terms of storage. Start by cleaning off your shelves, and then rearranging with these tricks.