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Listerine: 12 Ways to Use it Around the House
I've been using Listerine for many, many years, but I never thought that it could be used for anything other than mouthwash. However, after noticing the amount of alcohol it contained, and the other ingredients, it made sense that yes, it could be used as a disinfectant for all kinds of things around the house. I've put together 12 ways that you may want to consider using this produ...
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10 Creative Ways to Use Chapstick Around the House
It's amazing how many different uses we can find for everyday products we use around the house, especially when we don't have what we need. I want to share 10 creative ways that you can use something as simple as Chapstick around the house. However, before I get into that, I want to tell you a little history about how this product came into being. Chapstick has been around since the...
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Are Chicken Eggs Happy?
So every other week, some expert is opining about eggs. One will claim that eggs are the healthiest food on the planet and another will warn of clogged arteries. Who freaking cares? The fundamental question is whether eggs are the happiest food on the planet… and I will prove that they are. Egg happiness begins the moment they are laid. Most hens in fact, claim that squirting the lit...
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What is the Secret to a Long Life
In Japan only 3.5% of the population suffers from obesity, while in Britain more than a quarter of the population suffers from it. In this Asian country the chance of someone dying from cancer or heart diseases are rather than anywhere else in the world. Japanese people say that it's because of their heath habits. Avoid dessert The Japanese finish their meal with green tea, whil...
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When the Foreigner is in the Mirror: Embracing Cultural Differences in Costa Rica
My husband and I had arrived in Costa Rica, but our shipped Honda CRV had not. We were resolutely determined to rely solely on the bus system for shopping and appointments. There was a periodic bus stop 500 meters from our rented home, but more frequently we found ourselves needing to walk to the next closest bus stop which was about 1 km away. On this particular day, we had miscal...
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