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Creative LifeHacks for Removing Pet Hair
One of my best friends has a fluffy, floofy cat. This cat is one of the coolest creatures I've ever seen, primarily because he has so much attitude, he makes Grumpy Cat look mellow. As awesome as the cat is, there's one issue that made me dread going to his home: the cat hair.
10 Bathroom Cleaning Lifehacks You Didn't Know You Needed
Bathrooms are strange places. They are the place we get clean, but are often the filthiest room in our homes. Even if you love trying out DIY bathroom ideas, you have to admit this place can get really gross, really quick.
Bleeding Hearts on a Budget
Charitable causes may break your heart, but they can also break your bank account if you aren't paying attention to how much money you're donating. Every day your Facebook news feed is overwhelmed by a sea of requests. All of them begging you, shouting at you, to donate money to a multitude of good causes, such as that sad-eyed, three-legged dog in need of surgery or that homeless veteran whose hungry stare pierced your soul as you desperately tried to avoid looking at him when you scrolled past this morning.
- Top Story - August 2018
Origami Made Easy
Origami... the Japanese art of paper folding. The word itself might sound kind of scary to a new-comer, but in reality, origami is beautiful, simple, and so easy to start!
Easy and Beautiful Essential Oil Soap
Because my husband, son, and daughter all have some varying degree of autoimmune disorder, I try really hard to go all-natural with our lotions, and shampoos. My husband is allergic to the perfumes in different things and has severe eczema, so he is already sensitive to many ingredients. My son's skin dries out quickly, so he needs extra moisture in his skin. The same is true with my daughter as she gets patchy eczema.
Fun Ways to Earn a Few Extra Dollars
There are tons of apps on your phone that you can use and earn a few extra dollars. Most of us are on our phones for five to six hours a day. Why not use that time and make yourself some money?
Did You Say Starbucks?
If you’re anything like me, coffee shops—and most importantly, coffee—are a daily essential. While I wish every day consisted entirely of sitting in unique and quirky shops, or even better, stopping at an outdoor-seated Parisian café after a nice stroll along the Seine… the quick, easy, and always consistent Starbucks has become a daily go to.
10 Ways to Fill Your Notebooks
So if you are anything like me, you have drawers filled with piles upon piles of empty notebooks. I myself am fully aware that I have too many notebooks already, but when out shopping, they are just so hard to resist. Whether it's the pretty cover or the quality of the paper that catches your eye, I guarantee that those notebooks (that you insisted you were going to need) are now, quite literally, sitting pretty on your desk. Therefore, I have accumulated a list of ten ways of how you can finally start filling those notebooks.
A Guide to Surviving Homelessness
So, you've fallen on hard times. You’ve lost your home, you’re broke, and the whole world has gone against you. So what do you do? Forget everything you knew about your cozy life before. Now is the time for survival. You have got to be prepared for what is to come. The sooner you prepare, the better.
Stop Suppressing Sustainability
I think in the current climate of sustainability and zero-waste becoming "popular movements," we sometimes overlook how much of a privilege living a sustainable lifestyle can be and/or the amount of criticism those trying to become more sustainable can face. Becoming sustainable—in any capacity—can be difficult for a number of reasons and it's extremely hard to be perfect in every realm of it. I feel like it's an area of life similar to when someone is turning vegan and they are criticised for still eating cheese or questioned as to why they do one thing and not the other—sustainable lifestyles seem to be coming under the same fire recently, and it needs to stop.
The Best Apps and Websites to Make Easy Money
If you’ve been recently laid off or fired, I recommend taking a look at my article Surviving Unemployment, which will help walk you through the steps of getting back on your feet after becoming unemployed.
Producing a Formal Document with Dyslexia
Hi there, thank you for taking the time to read this article. I do hope you find it interesting. I have been asked on many occasions “Adam, if you are dyslexic, does it take you ages to write anything, and how are you able to write them so well?”