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How To Keep A Shirt Tucked In

“To tuck, or not to tuck?” is actually a pretty serious question if you work in an office environment with a dress code that requires suiting and button-down shirts. Depending on body-type and personal style, many women feel adamantly attached to a particular side of this debate. If you’re going untucked, one of the best tips is to look for shirting […]

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How to Find a Clean Public Bathroom

Let’s face it: Public bathrooms can be cringe-worthy, but they’re impossible to avoid. If you need to make a pit stop on-the-go, protect yourself with some smart strategies. If you’re walking into a restroom with multiple stalls, try to nab the one closest to the door. The reason? Most people will skip over it to go to the middle stalls, […]

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What to Do If Your Car is Stuck in the Snow

Whether your car got snowed in or you veered off the road and landed in a snow bank, use these helpful tips from Alex Deborgorski of the History Channel’s Ice Road Truckers to ensure you stay safe while getting your car out of a slippery situation.

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An Affordable Alternative to Expensive Urgent-Care

If you’ve ever had to foot the bill for a trip to the emergency room or urgent-care center, or had trouble nabbing a last-minute doctor’s office appointment, you know how expensive and inconvenient medical visits can be. Next time, if you have a serious but not life-threatening malady, consider seeking out a medical clinic at a nearby pharmacy. Chain pharmacies […]

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Are You Using Your Slow-Cooker Properly?

Never get quite the right results when using your slow-cooker? Before you throw in the towel and give up on the set-it-and-forget-it styling of cooking, check your liquid levels: It could be that you’re not filling your appliance the proper amount. Stephanie O’Dea, author of 365 Slow Cooker Suppers, recommends filling your machine two-thirds to three-quarters full for optimum cooking. See […]

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A Money-Saving Tip for Planning a Trip

Say you’re planning a trip to a destination that’s hours away—Do you drive? Fly? Take a train? Making the decision can be quite time consuming, but a new feature on Google Maps makes the daunting task easier. All you have to do is type in your starting point and destination, and Google Maps conveniently lets you compare all of your […]

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How to Make Hair Grow Faster

If you want long, shiny locks, consider this: Protein and Iron in your diet directly affect the health of your hair, says Paradi Mirmirani, a dermatologist in Vallejo, California.

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Do This Stretch to Avoid a Headache

Tension headaches—when you feel discomfort or pain in the head, scalp, or neck—feel downright terrible. One of the most common types of headaches, they’re usually associated with muscle tightness… which, on the bright side, means that they can often be prevented with an easy stretching exercise. Cynthia Vaughn, a spokesperson for the American Chiropractic Association and a chiropractor in Austin, […]

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DIY Nail Art

I’m new to the world of nail art (especially because, if you follow me on our blog, I’m still trying to curb my nail-biting habit, which means I don’t have much of a canvas to work on). But I recently attended Nail Art Boot Camp, with the amazingly smart and talented Jan Arnold, founder of Creative Nail Design. In the […]

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How to Work Out at Home

If you don’t have the time, the money, or—let’s face it—the motivation, to get yourself to the gym, don’t sweat it. With nothing more than a stable Wi-Fi connection, it’s easy to get a full-body workout at home. Marc D. Thompson, fitness trainer, personal coach, and owner of Virtufit.net is based in Florida, but trains people all over the world (he […]

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