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Holding On To A Grudge Can Be Healthy

: We're taught at an early age that holding a grudge is bad. Learning how to forgive and forget has long been thought of as taking the moral high ground as well as a way to alleviate the stress of that anger. But sometime holding on to a grudge is healthy, according to one expert. How you can make...
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Cleaning Your Mattress

When you think about your most used piece of furniture, chances are you think it's your couch or microwave. But your mattress is used every night and for hours each time. And while you routinely clean your furniture and appliances, your mattress probably hasn't been cleaned since you bought it...
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Make Scratch-N-Sniff Christmas Cards For Friends And Family

Christmas is a magical time where we try to spend a little more time together as a family. So here's really fun family project that everyone will love! Make your very own scratch-n-sniff Christmas cards. It's super easy to do. All you need are plastic spoons and bowls, measuring spoons,...
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Make Wine With Your Instant Pot

If you haven't discovered the cooking joy of an Instant Pot, we're about to give you a reason to get one. Instant Pot can make wine! Not an official recipe on how to use your all-in-one cooker but David Murphy has figured out how to make your very own brew! The ingredients are very simple, but the...
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Government Cautions Proper Handling And Cooking Of Turkey In Midst Of Salmonella Outbreak

With less than a week to go before Thanksgiving, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued a nationwide warning of Salmonella on a variety of turkey products. 164 people from 35 states have become ill from coming in contact with raw turkey, including ground turkey and turkey patties since...
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This Is How Often You Should Weigh Yourself

The battle between you and your bathroom scale can be hurtful and rewarding; all in the same day! While researchers agree that it's not healthy to obsess about numbers when it comes to weight loss, it appears that people who weight themselves every day are more likely to lose weight. The study...
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What Are "Sunday Scaries" And How To Stop Them From Ruining Your Weekend

It's no surprise that in a recent survey, 80% of workplace professionals experience stress and anxiety that builds up on Sunday nights before the return of the work week, also known as the “Sunday Scaries.” Sundays can be especially stressful for a number of reasons: 60% of professionals blame...
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Tips On Cleaning Gym Clothes

There's a special kind of smell associated with the clothes you wear to the gym. Workout clothes are made of sweat wicking materials like Lycra, spandex, and polyester and even cotton clothes can get, and stay, stinky. So here are some ways to reduce the funk of your favorite (and pricey) workout...
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Make Sure Your Charitable Donation Ends Up Helping Hurricane Michael Victims

It was two weeks ago (October 10, 2018) that Hurricane Michael made landfall and devastated the eastern portion of the Florida panhandle as a category 4 storm. While you have the best intentions of helping those affected by the storm, not all charities who are involved with hurricane aid are using...
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Shelf Paper Is Loved By This Creepy Insect

Shelf paper can really jazz up your cabinet shelves, elevate countertops and even create a masterful backsplash and all for around $8 a roll! A Pretty wise investment with a sinister dark side that is guaranteed to creep you out. Apparently cockroaches love shelf paper. While roaches will feast...
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