It’s true what they say, laughter is truly the best medicine. Not only does a good laugh give you a surge of energy, it also helps reduce stress, boost your immunity, and can help your body regenerate more healthful cells overtime. So for today, all you have to do is embrace the belly laugh.
Recent Posts By Simple Tip
You likely use a couple of makeup brushes every day depending on what your beauty routine is. And those brushes can get caked with make up and oil from your skin quickly. So today’s the day to clean them up.
Keep reading to find out the best way to deep clean them.
Take five minutes this weekend to test the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.
If you install new batteries on any of your smoke detectors, set up two reminders of when to replace them. Keep reading to find out what to do.
No doubt several of you made the resolution to eat healthier this year. And aside from all the benefits you normally think about when it comes to eating vegetables, there is a new study that claims they help improve your skin tone as well.
Keep reading to find out about the study, and which foods will do the most good.
Not to sound like your mother, but today we’re gently reminding you to sit up straight. Not only will it benefit you in the long run, but you’ll feel better (and look slimmer) all day long.
Keep reading to see how to adjust your desk chair.
Dinnertime can be a bit of a scramble, but planning out your meals in advance can cut down on the craziness and make getting food on the table managable.
One easy way to be more organized is to bring less clutter into your home. Take the first step today by getting off all those pesky junk mail lists.
Click through to find out how to do it.
Hats, scarves, and gloves have likely been in heavy rotation for the past couple of months. (Those of you in warm climates, try not to rub it in.) And this weekend is the perfect time to pop them in the laundry.
One of the biggest challenges with getting organized, is staying organized. So today’s to-do is to pick one small area of your home (or workspace) and keep it organized for a week.
Another goal that came up a couple of times when we asked what you wanted help with in 2011 was getting your recipes organized. While this is more of an on-going task instead of a 10-minute task, the payoff—not having to hunt for that mouth-watering chicken soup recipe—is worth it.
Click through to find out how to keep your recipes organized.