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Website Offers Pre-Written Emails To Help Speed Up Your Replies

No matter how much you think you’re caught up with work, there are always a few (or many) emails sitting there, waiting to be answered. Even firing off the most basic, repetitive email uses up precious brain power. Luckily, there is " Canned Emails ," a website that offers pre-written, polite...
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Cutting Out One Portion Of Red Meat Can Extend Your Life By Nearly 20 Per Cent

Cutting down on red meat and replacing it with fish or chicken could add years to your life, a major study on more than 81,000 people over 8 years. Swapping just one portion of beef a day for a fillet of fish cuts the risk of dying over the next eight years by 17%! Replacing it with skinless...
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Simple Ways To Shake Off Excessive Salt From Your Diet

Salt is found in just about every facet of food, and there is a lot of it. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says the average American consumes 3,400 mg of sodium a day. That almost 50% more of the 2,300 mg that is recommended for an adult with around 71% of that salt coming from...
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Keep Your Christmas Tree Hydrated

One of our favorite traditions around Christmas involve picking out the perfect Christmas tree. Just remember that the most important thing about a Christmas tree is plain, old water! The biggest fire hazard in your home is a dry Christmas tree and believe it or not, a cut tree requires a lot of...
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This Bandage Hack Should Keep It On Your Finger Instead Of Slipping Off

Just when you think you've mastered a skill, you find out there's a better way. In the world of cuts and self-adhesive bandages, this little hack will up your first aid game. When you get a cut on the tip of your finger or knuckle and cover it with a Band-Aid, it usually falls off your finger or...
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Most Of Us Grossly Underestimate Our Subscription Service Costs

A world of limitless entertainment and convenience has made out lives easier, but this convenience is costly as a new survey finds that 84% of Americans grossly underestimate their monthly subscription-based spending. The survey found we guess that our monthly subscription services, such as Netflix...
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Tips From The Pros On Painting A Room

Perhaps a little DIY project this weekend? Nothing jazzes up a room better than a fresh coat of paint. However a seemingly easy DIY project can be disastrous, so here are some professional paint tips. 60% to 70% of painting is prep. Make sure your drop cloths are in place and your countertops and...
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Alexa Can Guide You On How To Properly Cut Food

Do you really know how to cut broccoli or a Kiwi? Perhaps you do but maybe you don't. That's where Amazon's Alexa can help. A new skill called Chop Chop will show you how to chop something you might have questions about and although it is designed for the Echo Show and Echo Spot, which had screens...
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Stop Using Shampoo, Conditioner and Body Wash As A Shaving Lather

Now that spring is here and summer is just around the corner, our clothing options change from long pants and jeans to shorts and swimsuits. For many it simply means it's time to resume shaving on legs, backs and armpits. While it is convenient to do this in the shower make sure you are not just...
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Easy Steps To Reduce Salt Intake While Keeping Flavor

If you've been told to cut down your sodium intake, aka salt, there's no need to lose flavor! The Centers for Disease Control says 90% of Americans consume too much salt so any way to cut back is a good move. For instance, swap out soy sauce for chili sauce. A tablespoon of soy sauce contains 1,...
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