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  • Rudyard
    Published about an hour ago
    Why Dental Patients Are Flocking To Invisalign

    Why Dental Patients Are Flocking To Invisalign

    Everyone deserves to have the best possible smile. After all, it is one of our best assets. But what happens if your teeth aren’t just up to that standard? Many people experience teeth problems, whether it’s an overbite or gaps, and resort to professional methods to straighten and align them properly. This can range from braces to surgery to Invisalign trays. Invisalign trays have recently become a very popular ‘fix’ for those who need to gradually move their teeth. Why Dental Patients Are Flocking to Invisalign
  • Sasha McGregor
    Published a day ago
    Feeling Charitable? Best Ways to Spend Your Money to Help Others

    Feeling Charitable? Best Ways to Spend Your Money to Help Others

    According to Forbes, Americans donated $51.5 billion to the top 100 charities in 2019. This is a 5 percent increase in donation from 2018. If you’ve recently looked into making a charitable donation, you will be joining 53.1 percent of the country in using your dollars for good. But where should your money go? There are thousands of viable worthy charities just waiting for your signed check. Here are a few simple suggestions that can help you spend your money to lend a hand.
  • Craig Middleton
    Published a day ago
    Getting Your House Ready For Guests
  • Emma Williams
    Published a day ago
    6 Ways to Keep Your Kitchen in Top Shape

    6 Ways to Keep Your Kitchen in Top Shape

    A bare minimum is not enough when it comes to kitchen maintenance. Cleaning the countertop, refrigerating food and washing the dishes are the most basic chores you can do, but not enough. In order to keep your kitchen in top shape, you need to really roll up your sleeves and do the work. And here are ways to do it and bring back shine to this space in your home.
  • Taylor Linford
    Published a day ago
    7 Smart Lawn Fertilizer Tips

    7 Smart Lawn Fertilizer Tips

    We all love our lawns and want them to be as green and soft as possible, so what can we do, and how can we maintain that rich garden coat? When the goings get tough, you need to use organic lawn fertilizer to get the job done appropriately. Here, we’ll provide seven great tips to get grass fertilized and growing evenly. Let’s find out more.
  • Kim Tan
    Published a day ago
    7 Budget Hacks You Should Try to Rescue Your Monthly Budget

    7 Budget Hacks You Should Try to Rescue Your Monthly Budget

    Oftentimes, people who suffer from budgeting problems are those who don’t have a clear game plan in place. Although they are aware of the importance of following good financial habits, they just don’t know how to put it into practice. The result is a deficient budget, which needs some serious rescue efforts.
Staff Picks
  • Miranda Kukavica-Wilson
    Published about a month ago
    How to Reduce Stress Around The Holidays

    How to Reduce Stress Around The Holidays

    The holidays are fast approaching and we tend to forget about our well being around this time because we're focusing on others and rushing and running around to get everything done and perfect.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published about a month ago
    Tips to Keep Your Christmas Tree Fresh

    Tips to Keep Your Christmas Tree Fresh

    Many people spend a lot of time picking out a Christmas tree that they like. Sadly, once they take it home and decorate it, they forget about it until it is time to take it down.
  • Jamie Subia
    Published 4 months ago
    Dare to Say No to Single-Use Plastic

    Dare to Say No to Single-Use Plastic

    If you’re like me, the idea that inorganic, non-biodegradable, single-use plastics are somehow the go-to packaging unit is just illogical; almost as illogical as seventeen states in our country having statewide ban preemptions or preventative measures restricting even the possibility of future bans of their use. As crazy as it may seem to some of us, we are still the ones allowing it. Therefore, the purpose of this article is not to place blame, rather, the purpose of this article is to establish personal accountability. Corporations use plastic because it is durable, inexpensive, and accepted by us all.
  • Jennifer Violet
    Published 9 months ago
    How to Clean a Keurig Machine

    How to Clean a Keurig Machine

    I love my coffee. I can't carry on with my morning if I don't have my coffee first thing. In fact, I'm not even fully awake until I comfortably finish my first coffee of the day. Yes, I'm not fully awake even when my kids are jumping on my husband and me in bed at 6 AM. This is also another reason why I seriously need my coffee.
  • Shaking Bird
    Published 10 months ago
    Direct Painting: A How-To for Oils

    Direct Painting: A How-To for Oils

    So you want to learn about painting with oils. That ancient, noble craft passed down from the Rembrabdts and the Caravaggios of bygone days, and the Monets and Picassos, a medium so adept at capturing the ideas of, well, anything! If you can imagine it, you can realize it in oils.
  • Joseph D. N. Kendrick
    Published about a year ago
    11 Unique and Creative Ways to Use a PopSocket (That's Not on Your Phone)

    11 Unique and Creative Ways to Use a PopSocket (That's Not on Your Phone)

    When I first saw a display for PopSocket grips at the mall, I'll admit I was a little skeptical. I just wasn't sure what purpose they would really serve. Today, I'm not ashamed to admit I couldn't have been more wrong. Not only do I use my PopSocket every single day with my iPhone, I have discovered tons of creative ways to use a PopSocket that have nothing to do with its usefulness on my phone. If, like me, you were once a skeptic, I invite you to read through these many unique PopSocket ideas.
Clothing
  • TRIEDBYKAY
    Published 3 months ago
    Halloween Shenanigans

    Halloween Shenanigans

    Happy Halloween, I mean Christmas oops I mean Thanksgiving... Well I honestly don’t know right now the temperature is about 30 degrees and I can see trees with colorful leaves! So I am wondering if fall decided to be winter for Halloween. I love a little mix up myself but it'll be hard for me to organize this fall haha!
  • Tipsy Raven
    Published 6 months ago
    DIY - Homemade Dry Laundry Detergent

    DIY - Homemade Dry Laundry Detergent

    As my lifestyle swings further and further towards a radical self-reliance (even though a friend of mine insists there's nothing radical about self-reliance), it is obvious that additional consideration must be given to the things we take for granted in our lives. A sense of cleanliness and respectability are mandatory if one of the primary objectives is to mingle with the people of the world and seek their stories. It goes without saying that you cannot smell the scent of my active lifestyle through a video posted online, but I guarantee that I am very self conscious as I proceed with my plans of going completely off grid with every aspect of my life.
  • Isla Wright
    Published 7 months ago
    How to Clean Sneakers

    How to Clean Sneakers

    But then you wear them for a few times, and without even realizing, your previously spotless kicks get a completely different shade of brown or grey. Fear not, because we’ve come up with a few suggestions that’ll make your running shoes or any other sneakers look brand new, with easy and quick cleaning tips. Depending on the fabric, every pair of kicks will require a different cleaning process, so get ready to brush up on your cleaning knowledge.
Crafts
  • Jennifer Johnson-Garcia
    Published 4 days ago
    Mastering $2 Centerpieces 💐

    Mastering $2 Centerpieces 💐

    I’m the resident event planner amongst my friends and, in total, I’ve voluntarily planned 13 weddings (and I don’t know how many other events)—all on shoestring budgets. I’ve cut costs by doing everything from drapping huge rolls of plastic instead of cloth across ceilings of gyms for a few hundred dollars, to coming up with ten centerpieces for only $20 (for all ten centerpieces). You name the budget issue, I’ve tackled it.
  • renyi
    Published 13 days ago
    Leathercrafting
  • John Paul
    Published 16 days ago
    Fun & Creative Christmas Cookie Containers

    Fun & Creative Christmas Cookie Containers

    What is it that you are the most excited about Christmas?
Food
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 10 days ago
    You Can Buy Half a Cabbage, Only One Celery Stalk, and Half a Dozen Eggs

    You Can Buy Half a Cabbage, Only One Celery Stalk, and Half a Dozen Eggs

    Don't you get tired of throwing away foods because you cooked too much for your small family or just for yourself? Most foods in grocery stores are packaged for many servings. So, what happens when only large cabbages are available? What do you do when a recipe calls for one cup of celery instead of the entire bunch? What do you do if you don't want a dozen eggs or a whole watermelon?
  • Henry W. Laster
    Published about a month ago
    The Tupperware Party Diva

    The Tupperware Party Diva

    Parties. Rallies. Sales sessions. More than a way of storing leftovers in covered plastic bowls, for many it’s a way of life. Earl Tupper took the plastics he developed for WWII into post-war American kitchens. The Tupperware Party is one of the ways women have come together to swap recipes and kitchen wisdom, get out of the house and support each other’s entrepreneurial efforts.
  • Alexia yankoulas
    Published 7 months ago
    July 10th Blog: The Hidden Truth Behind Cling Wrap

    July 10th Blog: The Hidden Truth Behind Cling Wrap

    Cling wrap has been used for years in the kitchen to cover bowls, to wrap leftover food and to microwave meals. But there are many hidden factors within glad wrap that is not very commonly spoken about. The cycle of cling wrap is very short but leaves a very big impact on our environment. Here are just some of the reasons why switching to reusable beeswax wrap is not only better for the environment, but also healthier for your family.
Health
  • Helen Bradford
    Published 3 days ago
    Tips To Restart The Exercise Habit After A Holiday Break

    Tips To Restart The Exercise Habit After A Holiday Break

    It happens even to the best of us – the holiday season kicks in, family gatherings and socializing events happen as well as working overtime, and we somehow, due to lack of free time hit a snooze button on our perfect exercise routine. It’s not an uncommon occurrence. However, the trick is knowing how to get back on track after this holiday break that had made a disorder in our life. If you’re one of the people who needs a little push, read on to learn about some simple ways to start exercising again after a break.
  • Martin Bagel-Brown
    Published 5 days ago
    6 Ways to Pick Yourself Up When You’re Feeling Blue

    6 Ways to Pick Yourself Up When You’re Feeling Blue

    Everyone feels sadness and depression on occasion. If something happens in your life that is upsetting or disappointing, then you might remain in a temporary state of depression for a short-term period.
  • Kari Oakley
    Published 12 days ago
    How to Protect Your Children Against Bee Stings

    How to Protect Your Children Against Bee Stings

    Your children’s safety is always the priority. When your kids are outside playing, you want to keep them safe from any harm or sickness. This means that you never want to find out that your child stumbled into a wasp nest and suffered stings as a result. Luckily, there are pleny of ways that you can defend against wasps and ensure that your kids remain safe and unharmed. Here is what you need to know about protecting you children against wasp stings.
House
  • Craig Middleton
    Published a day ago
    Getting Your House Ready For Guests
  • Emma Williams
    Published a day ago
    6 Ways to Keep Your Kitchen in Top Shape

    6 Ways to Keep Your Kitchen in Top Shape

    A bare minimum is not enough when it comes to kitchen maintenance. Cleaning the countertop, refrigerating food and washing the dishes are the most basic chores you can do, but not enough. In order to keep your kitchen in top shape, you need to really roll up your sleeves and do the work. And here are ways to do it and bring back shine to this space in your home.
  • Brianna Normanby
    Published a day ago
    Choosing The Best Cowhide Rugs For Your Home

    Choosing The Best Cowhide Rugs For Your Home

    Often the smallest detail makes the biggest difference. Renovating your home or improving the aesthetics can be achieved by making slight changes. Be it your bedroom or the drawing-room, a unique and noticeable addition can make it visually appealing. Adding rugs and carpets is a common practice by many homeowners, cowhide rugs are a popular choice. They are highly durable and make for an excellent rug. Unlike the common rugs, natural skin does not fade in color. Moreover, every rug is unique as the cow-skin naturally has different patterns and spots.
How To
  • Kim Tan
    Published a day ago
    7 Budget Hacks You Should Try to Rescue Your Monthly Budget

    7 Budget Hacks You Should Try to Rescue Your Monthly Budget

    Oftentimes, people who suffer from budgeting problems are those who don’t have a clear game plan in place. Although they are aware of the importance of following good financial habits, they just don’t know how to put it into practice. The result is a deficient budget, which needs some serious rescue efforts.
  • Alicia Sanders
    Published 2 days ago
    Borrow Money From Relatives and Friends or Ask for a Loan?

    Borrow Money From Relatives and Friends or Ask for a Loan?

    Our life is unpredictable and this makes it very interesting and enjoyable. Of course, some of life's twists and turns may bring challenges and negative experiences. Money challenges are the most unwanted and it is very difficult to easily bridge them.
  • Gaurav Khanna
    Published 2 days ago
    Income tax Exemption: How to Submit Form 15H and Form 15G

    Income tax Exemption: How to Submit Form 15H and Form 15G

    In 2017-18, around 6.85 crore Indians filed Income Taxes. Many of them failed to utilise the useful tax deductions and exemptions offered by the government. Investors, too, often lack the knowledge to realise that they are eligible for such tax discounts as well.
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Photography
  • Jasmine Smoot-Leyva
    Published 2 years ago
    Tips for Beginner Photographers

    Tips for Beginner Photographers

    I bought my first DSLR camera in 2015 to improve my filmmaking. You can imagine my surprise when I found my new muse: photography! Whether you have a DSLR, a simple point-and-shoot, or even just a smartphone, I hope you can learn from my mistakes by reading these tips about photography!
  • Miranda Gonzalez
    Published 2 years ago
    Modeling

    Modeling

    Growing up I was always told that I was ugly and couldn't be anything beautiful because I wasn't "allowed" to. I always wanted to be a model and or actress but between kids & my foster parents I never thought I'd be able to. Now I am modeling and acting, I've changed my appearance and the way I feel about myself and I feel more in control of my life. It took a long time but it is worth it. The way I see myself now, no one can bring me down ever again. I know that from the start if wouldn't be easy but I knew it was possible. My confidence level is higher than ever and I am thankful for the people who support me through this journey and who bring me up when I'm down.
  • Nina Sanders
    Published 2 years ago
    Wedding Photo Ideas You Need to Try

    Wedding Photo Ideas You Need to Try

    As one of the most important events in your life, the wedding has to be marked the right way. Every aspect of it has to reflect you and your relationship — from celebration itself, over the wedding dress, all the way to photos (especially the photos). And of course, who wants those boring, "bride standing beside the groom smiling" wedding photos in the 21st century? The new age photography techniques and technology, along with well-trained photographers, allows us to create memories that look so artistic they’re almost out of this world. And if you can’t find the inspiration, here are some ideas you should consider.
Pop Culture
  • Monica Ho
    Published 6 months ago
    Welcome, Minimalism

    Welcome, Minimalism

    Welcome to my first blog post.
  • Jessica T.
    Published about a year ago
    EXO Gift Basket

    EXO Gift Basket

    As I'm from the UK, it's often difficult to find something to buy my twin sister for birthdays and Christmas. She's an avid K-pop fan so most of the things I get are from online stores. Unfortunately, I was on a low budget this year and had to accommodate for this. Though this gift basket is specifically for an exo-l, it can easily be modified for any other K-pop fan in your life or anyone who is interested in Korean culture. So, here are the gifts and their corresponding stores:
  • Sasha Konikovo
    Published 2 years ago
    Best Lifehack Instagram Accounts You Should Follow Now

    Best Lifehack Instagram Accounts You Should Follow Now

    Lifehacks first became popular during the early 2000s, when people were amazed at the wealth of information on the net. Everything became easier to do, and everything seemed possible. These days, finding good lifehacks has become easier than ever before.
Product Review
  • Rudyard
    Published about an hour ago
    Why Dental Patients Are Flocking To Invisalign

    Why Dental Patients Are Flocking To Invisalign

    Everyone deserves to have the best possible smile. After all, it is one of our best assets. But what happens if your teeth aren’t just up to that standard? Many people experience teeth problems, whether it’s an overbite or gaps, and resort to professional methods to straighten and align them properly. This can range from braces to surgery to Invisalign trays. Invisalign trays have recently become a very popular ‘fix’ for those who need to gradually move their teeth. Why Dental Patients Are Flocking to Invisalign
  • LARI
    Published 6 days ago
    $ide Hu$tle - Mercari Part 2

    $ide Hu$tle - Mercari Part 2

    Today I will be showing you how to list your first item so that you can make sales and get this reselling game rolling.
  • Caroline Bunting-Palmer
    Published 3 months ago
    Top 5 Plastic-Free Alternatives for the Bathroom

    Top 5 Plastic-Free Alternatives for the Bathroom

    Photo by Speedy McVroom at Pixabay
Tech
  • Bhavesh Parmar
    Published 15 days ago
    A World of Services on your Fingertips!

    A World of Services on your Fingertips!

    Technology has reached such a level that people can get almost everything sitting at home just by a few clicks or touches. The Internet has opened up so many possibilities not only for the consumers but also for the sellers and service providers. The process is easy and convenient and saves up a lot of time. Most of the people these days do their shopping online which is ideal amidst a busy lifestyle and hectic schedule. The number of options available online is also increasing day by day. Even if people need to go out they can check the places and decide before going.
  • Kevin
    Published 18 days ago
    How to Use Online Tools to Improve Your Finances
  • Warren Urquhart
    Published 6 months ago
    How to Make $10 in 20 Minutes

    How to Make $10 in 20 Minutes

    Hi there, my name is Warren and I am a young millennial dealing with the high cost of living (Shout out to Toronto).
Travel
  • Terry Daine
    Published 2 months ago
    Are You Feeling Lost? Learn How to Read a Map and Find out Where You Are

    Are You Feeling Lost? Learn How to Read a Map and Find out Where You Are

    Although technology has made many advancements in recent times, you can't always rely on it when you get lost. A GPS and compass are undoubtedly great tools, but knowing how to read a map is a skill that could save you during crucial moments.
  • Rachel Peach Leonard
    Published 8 months ago
    5 Small Ways to Save Money for Travelling

    5 Small Ways to Save Money for Travelling

    If I had a dollar for every time I heard something like, "I've always wanted to see the Eiffel Tower, but I just don't have the money to travel," I’d have enough set back for a first class flight to Paris.Don't get me wrong—saving money is no easy task, but many give up before they've ever truly tried. Your tight budget might make that big trip seem like an impossibility, but small steps to save can make your dream vacation a real possibility.After all, the journey of a thousand miles likely starts with a the satisfied clink of a single coin in your sad little empty piggy bank.
  • Joseph Jones
    Published 9 months ago
    Five Budget Hacks for Moving to Canada

    Five Budget Hacks for Moving to Canada

    So, you've decided to cross the border up North and move to Canada, congrats! There are numerous benefits Canada has to offer from free healthcare to beautiful landscapes, but I don’t have to tell you that. However, the move, no matter which part of the US you plan to move from, will not be cheap.