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How to Make Christmas Tree Decorations  

Sick of store-bought Christmas ornaments? Want to add a little individual flair to your tree? Or just looking for a fun Christmas project for you and your family? You've come to the right place! This article will provide you with some great homemade ornament ideas, all of which are low-cost and easy to make. Happy crafting!

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2019-12-14 00:00:00



How to Make Mulled Wine  

Sweet, spiced wine has been popular ever since the Romans. This delicious concoction of fruit and spices makes a perfect drink for the festive season. Served warm, it takes the chill out of any winter evening.

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2019-12-13 08:00:00



How to Operate a Nest Thermostat  

The Nest Thermostat, or Nest Learning Thermostat, is a smart thermostat that you can use to keep the temperature in your home exactly how you like it throughout the day. Once you've installed your Nest Thermostat, it's time to learn how to use all of its features. Using the basic controls is simple to do by spinning the ring around the thermostat and clicking the thermostat in to make selections. Use it to schedule different temperatures throughout the day, as well as change the many differe...

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2019-12-13 00:00:00



How to Raise Your Self Awareness  

Becoming more self aware helps you understand your personality, values, and deepest desires. Additionally, learning more about yourself helps you create your best life and make positive changes to improve your weaknesses. Being self aware boosts your emotional intelligence, so it's a valuable trait that might help you relate to others. Raise your self awareness by learning about yourself, building emotional awareness, and getting feedback from others.

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2019-12-12 16:00:00



How to Make Gingerbread Men Cookies  

One of the all-time favorite treats for the holidays are gingerbread men. Their chewy, spicy goodness warms the mouth and warms the tummy, and are favored by everybody from little elves to Santa himself. (It's rumored that eating gingerbread is what keeps Rudolph's nose glowing when needed!) We'll show you how to make them, and add a rosy glow to your cheeks, too! Read on. Makes: About 10 large cookies

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2019-12-12 08:00:00



How to Prevent a Runny Nose  

Even though it's usually not a major problem, having a runny nose can still be very annoying! You might get a runny nose due to allergies, chilly weather, the common cold, or other conditions. Depending on the cause of your runny nose, there are numerous preventative measures you can try, including medications and lifestyle changes. With luck, you'll be able to stop grabbing tissues all the time!

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2019-12-12 00:00:00



How to Choose a Good Skateboard  

Choosing a good skateboard can be tricky, especially if you're just beginning to get into the world of skateboarding. There's much more to take into account than just the cost, including deck type and size, truck height, and wheel size and hardness. This choice can be made easier if you understand how the different parts change the way the skateboard rides and what that means for how you want to use it. Once you understand what makes a good skateboard for you, you'll be hitting up the skate park

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2019-12-11 16:00:00



How to Season Cutting Boards  

Wooden cutting boards are an essential to many kitchens, providing you with a safe and sanitary place to chop up your fresh foods. As sturdy as these items are, you need to season (or condition) them once a month to keep them in great shape. First, take a moment to wash and deodorize your board so that it's squeaky clean. Next, season your clean cutting board by rubbing a large amount of mineral oil into the wooden surface. Finally, let the item dry for several hours before wiping it off and u...

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2019-12-11 08:00:00



How to Play Human Bingo  

Getting to know other people can be tough, especially in a large group. Sometimes, just getting people to talk to one another can foster a social environment and make people feel more at ease. Human Bingo is a great icebreaker game to play with a group of 25 people or more. To start the game, make your Bingo sheets, hand them out, and let your players mingle with each other as they learn more about one another.

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2019-12-11 00:00:00



How to Do a Tempo Run  

Tempo runs are great exercises for runners to build up endurance. Before starting a tempo run, calculate your tempo pace using an online calculator or doing the math yourself with your PR times as your base. Warm up to get your muscles stretched before running. There are several different tempo runs to try, with the basic one being to run for 20 minutes at your tempo pace. If you find yourself breathing very heavily or needing to rest, it's time to slow down. Cool down once you finish your run t

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2019-12-10 16:00:00



How to Ship a Package at the Post Office  

Whether you're shipping a package to a client or a friend, the United States Postal Service can be a reliable and economical option for you. Shipping a package from the post office may seem like a complicated and confusing process, but it's actually pretty easy if you know your shipping options and how to properly prepare your package for shipment.

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2019-12-10 08:00:00



How to Clean a Genuine Leather Sheepskin Rug  

Natural sheepskin rugs are very easy to care for, and when washed properly, they can look like new again. If your rug is small and relatively new, you can wash it on a delicate cycle using your washing machine and sheepskin detergent. Otherwise, it's best to hand wash your rug, swishing it around gently in a tub with cool water and sheepskin detergent. By letting it dry flat and brushing out any knots, your sheepskin rug will be fluffy and clean in no time.

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2019-12-10 00:00:00



How to Take CBD Oil  

If you're dealing with issues like pain, anxiety, insomnia, or seizures, you might be interested in using cannabidiol (CBD) oil to find relief. CBD oil is found in cannabis plants and is typically derived from hemp. While CBD is a component of marijuana, it won't get you high like THC. Additionally, CBD oil is now legal to buy, sell, and use in many areas, though you'll need to check the laws where you live. You have several options for administering CBD oil, and it may take some experimen...

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2019-12-09 16:00:00



How to Become a Farmers Market Vendor  

Farmers' markets have grown in popularity and become important places for people to buy their food. Shoppers enjoy having access to fresh food and meeting the people who produced it. If you run a farming or agriculture business, you can expand your business considerably if you become a vendor at a farmers' market. Investigate the different markets around your area and determine which is best for you. Then submit all your application materials. If you're chosen, select your best products, make an

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2019-12-09 08:00:00



How to Deal With a Burglar Breaking Into Your Home  

Your home is your castle, so you want to feel safe and secure inside of it. Unfortunately, your home might be entered by a burglar who's after your money or valuables. Typically, burglars want to take things without harming a home's occupants, but that doesn't make them any less scary! If you hear a burglar in your home, hide from them if you can. Otherwise, tell them you called the police and use your household objects to fight them off. In the meantime, secure your home to make it less v...

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2019-12-09 00:00:00



How to Wash Sweaters by Hand  

Washing your sweaters by hand is a great way to get them clean and fresh without the risk of stretching or shrinking them in the washing machine. While it takes a bit of time, washing them by hand with a gentle detergent can extend the life of your sweaters and help them maintain their shape, making it well worth the effort.

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2019-12-08 16:00:00



How to Make a 3D Paper Snowflake  

Three dimensional paper snowflakes look beautiful hanging in a window or on a wall. Fun for kids or adults, they are easy to make. Some like them for Christmas, but you may like them any time!

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2019-12-08 08:00:00



How to Wear Lace Up Boots  

Lace up boots are all the rage right now in fashion and the media. You may have seen your friends, celebrities, or even models wearing different types of lace up boots. If you have a pair of your own but you aren't sure how to wear them, try wearing them with skinny jeans or even a pair of leggings to find a style that works for you.

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2019-12-08 00:00:00



How to Get Rid of Mice  

Finding a mouse in your home can be worrying since there may be more hiding nearby. Mice can get into your food and belongings and spread disease, so try to get them out of your home as soon as possible. Set traps or place bait to get rid of them fast, and then clean and seal any areas where mice may enter. Once you take preventative measures, you can say goodbye to mice for good!

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2019-12-07 16:00:00



How to Draw  

Learning how to draw can seem daunting, especially when you look at masterpieces by your favorite artists. However, it's important to remember that even the great masters were beginners once. Start by practicing some basic drawing techniques, then move on to more complex drawings to capture people, landscapes, animals, and more. If you keep at it, you'll likely be surprised at how quickly your drawing skills improve!

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2019-12-07 08:00:00



How to Make Dried Orange Slices  

Dried orange slices make a classic decoration for trees and wreaths during the holiday season. They're also a tasty treat! After cutting an orange into slices, dry them using an oven, a microwave, a food dehydrator, or even natural sunlight. When the slices look and feel dry, they're ready!

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2019-12-07 00:00:00



How to Get Rid of the Flu  

The flu is a viral infection that primarily affects your respiratory system, but it usually runs its course in about a week and does not require serious interventions. Symptoms of the flu include: a fever of 100°F (37.8°C) or higher, chills, cough, sore throat, stuffy or runny nose, headaches, body aches, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, and/or diarrhea. Although there is no way to cure the flu, you can treat its symptoms using home remedies, take over-the counter or prescription medicines, and take...

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2019-12-06 16:00:00



How to Sit at a Computer  

This wikiHow teaches you how to use proper posture and equipment positioning when sitting at a computer for long periods at a time. Keep in mind that, even with the perfect posture and equipment set-up, you should still stand up to stretch and walk around every once in a while.

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2019-12-06 08:00:00



How to Eat Chestnuts  

Chestnuts are an excellent snack that can be prepared in under 30 minutes. The two most common methods involve using an oven or stovetop to roast the chestnuts after giving them a quick boil. Once cooked, they can be used in a variety of dishes and recipes. However you choose to prepare and use them, you need to make sure that you fully remove them from their outer shell before taking a bite.

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2019-12-06 00:00:00



How to Become a Lobbyist  

While every state has its own specific definition of the term, a lobbyist is usually defined as someone who attempts to influence government decisions on behalf of a person or organization. If you're a persuasive person with a passion for making a difference, a lobbying career might be right for you! While there are no specific educational requirements to become a lobbyist, you can benefit from having a strong background in the law or political science. You'll also need to register with your...

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2019-12-05 16:00:00



How to Stay Warm and Stylish During Winter  

You may think it's too hard to keep looking stylish when the temperature dips during the winter months. It takes a little bit more thought and effort to remain stylish in the cold weather, but it is very possible once you get the hang of it. As long as you keep focused on practicality, you can get a lot of use out of a variety of clothing and styles. While layering your clothes is the key to keeping most of your body warm, you can add pieces to your wardrobe that will help you stand out as fas...

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2019-12-05 08:00:00



How to Relieve Stress As a Type A Personality  

People with a Type A personality are thought of as competitive and urgent, and as people who tend to crave perfection. Some psychologists consider the Type A/Type B dichotomy to be less of a personality trait and more of a way to describe strategies for handling stress. If you are someone who knows you tend toward Type A stress management, it can be difficult to find a way out of negative patterns. By taking a hint from some Type B strategies and finding ways to calm yourself down under pressure

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2019-12-05 00:00:00



How to Grease and Flour a Pan  

Many recipes for baked goods call for the pan to be greased and floured prior to adding the batter and baking. This is an important step in the baking process to ensure that the finished product doesn't stick to the sides of the pan. By greasing and flouring the pan you're creating 2 layers of non-stick protection. To do this, all you'll need to do is choose your greasing agent, decide between flour or cocoa powder, and make sure to cover every crevice of your baking pan.

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2019-12-04 16:00:00



How to Keep Dogs Warm in the Winter  

Does your dog shiver when you go outside for just a minute or does it like to frolic in the snow? During the winter season, many dogs feel the cold as much as their owners do, especially when they are not used to the cold. However, other dogs have been bred to deal with the cold better than any human ever could. In order to keep your specific dog warm through the winter months it is important to think about their breed and their health, while also remembering that it's worth your time to make su

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2019-12-04 08:00:00



How to Hang Christmas Lights Inside Windows  

Putting up Christmas lights inside your home is a great way to get into the holiday spirit! Plus, they will make the interior of your home feel cozy and cheerful. Whether you want to avoid the difficulties of trying to put up lights in the cold, or just hope to make your house look festive inside and out, hanging Christmas lights in your windows is a simple way to decorate for the best season of the year!

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2019-12-04 00:00:00



How to Stop Watery Eyes  

Watery eyes can be very irritating, and they might be due to anything from allergies to bacterial infections. Regardless of what's bothering your eyes, there are several things you can do to stop them from watering. Common remedies include removing potential environmental eye irritation triggers, such as dust, pollen, pollution, and makeup, along with washing the skin around your eyes and eyelashes, gently rinsing your eyes with water, using eye drops, and using a warm compress. If these remedie

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2019-12-03 16:00:00



How to Give  

Giving is extremely rewarding, and most of us really want to lend a helping hand. Lending a helping hand doesn't have to mean giving money. Everyone can donate their time, compassion, or even patience to someone else. To get started on a giving journey, think about the different things you have to give (money, possessions, time, compassion), and focus on ways to make giving a habit. Then, jump into action by giving your time as a volunteer, donating goods or money, giving to friends and family...

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2019-12-03 08:00:00



How to Help End Hunger in the United States  

Hunger is a real problem in the United States—while there's plenty of food to go around, there isn't a great system in place for distributing the food efficiently. To help end hunger in the US, it's a good idea to spread the message about how big the problem truly is. You can start raising money to donate to organizations, volunteering at local food banks, or writing to local lawmakers asking them to help with your mission of ending hunger.

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2019-12-03 00:00:00



How to Dress for a Conference  

Attending a conference is a great way to learn about new ideas in your industry and network with other professionals in your field. Conferences usually only last for a few days, so you want to make sure that you dress appropriately so you can put your best foot forward. To help you decide what to wear, check if there is a conference dress code, or do a little research about typical attire for conferences in your field. Then, whether the conference is formal, business casual, or even more casual,

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2019-12-02 16:00:00



How to Prepare for a Winter Storm  

Are Mother Nature's snow and ice spectaculars hitting your area hard this year? Having a few emergency supplies on-hand can save you a lot of discomfort and trouble when the storm hits. Stock up on items you need to survive without leaving your house for a few days, as well as tools to help you leave if necessary. Once the storm begins, cuddle up, stay informed, and stay warm.

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2019-12-02 08:00:00



How to Improve Your ACT Score  

If you've gotten your ACT results and they're not as high as you hoped, you may want to consider taking the test again. A higher score increases your chances of being accepted into the college of your choice and can help you earn scholarships, so it's worth the effort and preparation involved in taking the test again. When you're properly prepared, retesting can raise your score by several points. In fact, students who retook the ACT scored an average of 2.9 points higher on their compos...

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2019-12-02 00:00:00



How to Introduce the Elf on a Shelf  

The Elf on the Shelf is a fun way to get your kids even more excited for the Christmas season while reminding them that Santa is watching. However, introducing the elf can be tricky! To get your kids familiar with the Elf on the Shelf, plan a day to explain everything about their new gift from Santa.

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2019-12-01 16:00:00



How to Brew Loose Leaf Tea  

All you really need to prepare loose leaf tea is hot water, the leaves themselves, and a tea strainer. However, each type of tea requires slightly different steeping techniques. For the best cup, follow the recommended measurements, water temperature, and steeping time outlined on the package of tea. Experiment with different quantities of tea or steeping durations. Finally, add in your favorite sweetener or milk for a soothing cup of tea that really hits the spot.

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2019-12-01 08:00:00



How to Fix Leaking Pipes  

Leaking pipes can cause a lot of damage to your home if they're left untreated. There are many temporary fixes for leaking pipes you can use, such as epoxy putty or pipe clamps, while you wait for a plumber. If you want to fix the pipe yourself so it's up to code, you can use a slip coupling to make the process easy. No matter what you use, be sure to turn off your water supply so your pipes don't leak while you're working!

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2019-11-30 16:00:00



How to Use Makeup to Make Eyes and Lips Appear Larger  

There are some great tips and tricks you can use to make both your eyes and lips look bigger without having to resort to a medical procedure or injections! Use a subtle hand to apply your makeup so that the effects look as natural as possible. Once you know what works for you, you'll be able to add these techniques to your daily routine with ease.

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2019-11-30 08:00:00



How to Stay Healthy Living in a City  

Staying in a city is a great way to live a safer and more environmentally friendly lifestyle. Aside from sporting a happier population, city living also provides you with plenty of opportunities to stay healthy. To begin, try finding ways to stay active in your everyday life, such as biking and running. If you're looking to improve your diet, try meal planning and looking for healthy grocery store and restaurant options in your neighborhood. Finally, take advantage of the city's resources to...

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2019-11-30 00:00:00



How to Be Frugal on Black Friday  

On the day after Thanksgiving, also known as "Black Friday," retail stores entice customers with special offers and deep discounts on gifts for the holidays. If you've been putting off doing your Christmas shopping, you might decide that it would be a good idea to take advantage of Black Friday sales and snatch up as many coveted items as you can at one time. But be careful—though the goal is to save money, it can be easy to fall into the trap of spending much more than you intended duri...

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2019-11-29 16:00:00



How to Use Turkey Leftovers  

When one prepares a full turkey for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any other time of the year, there tends to be a lot of leftovers. Don't let these leftovers be forgotten in your fridge to dry out in plastic containers, though! Whether you have huge slabs of meat left over or nothing but bones remaining, there is a huge variety of recipes and combinations out there that can extend the life of your turkey by days, weeks, or even months.

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2019-11-29 08:00:00



How to Be Thankful  

There is good reason to believe that people who cultivate thankfulness tend to be happier and healthier than those who don't. Thankful people appreciate what they have instead of obsessing over what they lack. They express gratitude to others and often receive more gratitude in return as a result. They see each day as a new opportunity for happiness, rather than another challenge to struggle through. While some people may naturally be more thankful, don't assume that you cannot nurture a more ...

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2019-11-29 00:00:00



How to Enjoy Your Long Plane Ride  

Being stuck in a small area over a long period of time can be difficult for even the most patient of people. How you transform your long haul flight from an ordeal into an enjoyable experience is a matter of preference. Some people find long flights ideal for getting work done, while others look at it as the perfect time to relax with books and movies. Whatever you prefer, with a little planning and preparation, your lengthy flight can become a pleasant part of your trip.

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2019-11-28 00:00:00



How to Serve Wine at Thanksgiving  

In the United States, more wine is sold for Thanksgiving dinner than for any other meal. If you are planning to serve wine at your Thanksgiving feast, you will want to be discerning about your selection in order to pair the wine with your food properly. In addition, appropriately serving and presenting the wine will ensure that the beverage's full flavors come through and, in the process, help give your gathering an air of propriety. By pairing and presenting your wine accordingly, you will en...

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2019-11-27 16:00:00



How to Bake a Sweet Potato Pie  

Have you grown tired of the traditional pumpkin pie? Why not bake a sweet potato pie instead? This recipe will show you how to make a simple pie crust and a filling for sweet potato pie. Your family will love the change.

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2019-11-27 08:00:00



How to Reduce Stress in Cats  

If you've noticed changes in your cat's behavior lately, it's possible that she's feeling stressed. What we perceive as stressful and what a cat sees as stressful can be quite different, and it doesn't take much to disturb her peace of mind. Changes to her routine, a stray in the garden, a new brand of cat litter, an owner going on holiday, or a trip to the vet—all these can potentially trigger an upset. Not only is stress unpleasant for her (and you), but it can also cause health problems by ...

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2019-11-27 00:00:00



How to Make Thanksgiving Dinner for Two  

When you're only cooking for two on Thanksgiving, there's no need for a full turkey, mounds of stuffing, and a whole pie at the end—unless you want weeks of tasty leftovers! If you'd rather save the room in your refrigerator, though, you can easily shrink the traditional Thanksgiving meal to the perfect proportions for just two people. You'll save time and money, and still feel like you've enjoyed the full feast.

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2019-11-26 16:00:00



How to Gain Flexibility  

As we age, our joints and muscles become less flexible. You may notice that your body feels stiff in the morning when you wake up from a heavy sleep, that you've developed new pains in your shoulders or back, or that you can't quite reach your arms as high up as you used to without pain. Fortunately, there are ways to regain the flexibility most of us naturally enjoy during our youth. Flexibility improves circulation, muscle health, and endurance, can help prevent injury, and perhaps even ward o

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2019-11-26 08:00:00



How to Grow Garlic Indoors in a Pot  

You can easily grow your own garlic indoors in a pot so you can harvest the bulbs to use for cooking and trim the greens to use as a tasty garnish! Start by choosing a suitable container and filling it with a soil-less growing medium. Then, get some good organic garlic from a nursery or an online supplier, break up the bulbs, and plant the largest cloves in the container. When the green shoots are tall enough, you can trim them and use them as a garnish. After about 10 months, pull up the bulbs,

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2019-11-26 00:00:00



How to Invest in Gold  

Investing in gold is a popular way to try to earn extra money. Gold is relatively immune to the effects of inflation, drops in the value of currency, and global fluctuations, which makes it a particularly attractive investment. If you do decide to invest, try to vary your overall portfolio and put no more than 20% of your assets into gold. You can invest in physical gold by buying and storing gold coins or bars, or buy gold indirectly by investing in gold stocks and funds.

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2019-11-25 16:00:00



How to Make a Banana Yogurt Parfait  

Parfaits are a classic favorite for breakfast, an afternoon snack, or dessert. When made with the right ingredients, they are delicious and healthy.They also take very little time to prepare, making them idea if you're in a rush. If you love bananas, then give this parfait a try!

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2019-11-25 08:00:00



How to Prevent Suicidal Thoughts  

It may not always be easy to prevent suicidal thoughts. There will be days when you feel like life just isn't worth living. The most important thing is that you don't feel guilty or ashamed for having these thoughts and know that you are not alone. Plenty of people have had suicidal thoughts and were then able to prevent having them and went on to live meaningful lives. If you want to know how to prevent those suicidal thoughts, see Step 1 to get started. If you're thinking about suicide and ne

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2019-11-25 00:00:00



How to Increase Blood Flow to the Brain  

The brain uses about three times as much oxygen as the muscles do. Oxygen is vital to brain function, and brain healing. Optimal brain function relies on a healthy blood flow. There are a number of different methods you can use to increase the amount of oxygen-rich blood that flows to your brain.

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2019-11-24 16:00:00



How to Keep an Older Dog Warm in Cold Weather  

The winter months can be a difficult time for everyone, and that includes your dog. If your dog is senior-aged (between five and ten years old), they may be even more sensitive to the cold. You can keep your older dog warm, cozy, and healthy by protecting them from the elements, helping them stay comfortable at home, and working to keep their body in good shape. With just a little attention, both you and your pet can weather the winter with ease.

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2019-11-24 08:00:00



How to Make Slime  

Slime is always popular with the kids and the reason is simple--because it's a lot of fun! It's cheap, easy, and can even be made by younger kids with the right care and supervision. As well as being fun, it's a tactile way to relieve stress. Pick one of the four ways below to make slime, each one different to match your time availability and budget.

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2019-11-24 00:00:00



How to Make a Paper Bag Turkey  

Looking for a fun way to celebrate this holiday season? Whether you're crafting homemade decorations for Thanksgiving dinner or just want to get into the spirit of autumn, making a turkey from ordinary paper bags is a quick, simple and creative activity that is sure to please children and adults alike. This project only requires a few simple materials and will add a bit of thrifty Fall flair wherever it's displayed.

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2019-11-23 16:00:00



How to Get Rid of Static Cling  

Static cling is the result of electrical charges that build up in your clothes due to dryness and friction. There are a few tricks that will get rid of static cling quickly, but you may need to change the way you wash and dry your clothes if static cling becomes a big problem in your wardrobe. To remove cling quickly, rub your clothes with a metal object to remove the electrical charge. You can also rub lotion into your skin or spray your clothes with hairspray. For long term solutions, change t

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2019-11-22 16:00:00



How to Write a Check  

Writing checks is an easy and important skill every adult should know. To write a check, fill in the current date on the line in the upper right corner, the name of the recipient in the "Pay" field, the numerical amount next to the dollar sign ($), and the written form of the same amount on the line beneath; sign the check on the bottom right line and consider adding a "memo" about the check's purpose on the lower left line. The more often you write checks, the more natural the process will beco

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2019-11-22 00:00:00



How to Repair a Leather Jacket  

Finding a tear in your favorite leather jacket can be a real bummer. Fortunately, there's no need to let it languish in the closet for fear of doing further damage, or to pay an arm and a leg having it repaired at a high-end leather shop. You can easily make minor wear and tear disappear using a basic commercial leather repair kit. For more extensive damage, you also have the option of sewing on a patch cut from a brand new piece of leather of the same color and texture to reinforce the area a...

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2019-11-21 16:00:00



How to Make Turkey Stuffing  

For many people, stuffing is the best part of the Thanksgiving meal. With infinite variation in your choice of ingredients, you can make your stuffing sweet or garlicky, meaty or light. This recipe is great on its own, but makes a great base for your own ingredients as well. Serves: 15

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2019-11-21 08:00:00



How to Dissolve Glue  

Hardened glue is an annoyance on any type of surface, be it plastic, glass, or your own skin. Although there are many adhesive removers on the market, there are plenty of ways for you to dissolve glue without having to purchase anything new. Choose from a variety of household items or commercial cleaning agents to get rid of any dried glue that you find around your home.

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2019-11-20 16:00:00



How to Substitute Cream of Tartar  

Cream of tartar is a powder ingredient used in many recipes to stabilize egg whites, act as a leavening agent, or prevent sugar from crystallizing. If you are working on a recipe and realize you are out of cream of tartar, no worries! You can easily substitute it with lemon juice, white vinegar, and baking powder, to name a few. Alternatively, omit the cream of tartar substitute if making frostings or syrups. Modify your recipe slightly, and you can easily substitute cream of tartar.

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2019-11-20 08:00:00



How to Improve Your Reflexes  

Reflexes are nerve signal-induced muscular reactions to external stimuli. For example, if you spot a baseball flying toward your head, your brain will send a signal to your hand to block the ball before it can hit you. Having good reflexes aids performance in sports, exercise, and everyday physical activities like crossing the street or driving. Some people are born with fast reflexes, and others must practice to attain a quicker reaction time to stimuli. Here are several techniques that can be

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2019-11-20 00:00:00



How to Tie a Tie  

Have you graduated beyond the clip-on tie? Beginning with these helpful instructions, a sharp-looking tie, a mirror, and some patience, you can become an expert in tying your own fashionable knot. You have several options available, from the versatile Four-in-Hand Knot to the classic Windsor. If you're helping someone else put on a tie, see this article for instructions from that perspective.

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2019-11-19 16:00:00



How to Repair Damaged Eyelashes After Eyelash Extensions  

Eyelash extensions are used to add length and volume to your existing eyelashes using extensions glued onto your eyelashes. These extensions are supposed to last approximately 3-5 weeks before you would need to get them filled again. However, if this process is not executed properly by a specialist, the extensions may pull on your natural eyelashes, causing them to fall out. While it's rare, the extensions might also weigh your natural eyelashes down, and you may notice that when you get your e

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2019-11-19 08:00:00



How to Add Certifications to a Resume  

Certifications of various kinds can make an attractive addition to any resume. If you really want to make an impression, however, it's important to know how to format them in a way that highlights them as relevant examples of specialized knowledge and experience. It's a good idea to only include certifications that have something to do directly with the position you're applying for. Once you've decided which certifications fit the bill, list them in their own section at the bottom or sid...

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2019-11-19 00:00:00



How to Help a Suicidal Family Member  

Hearing a family member talk about suicide, or suspecting that they're thinking about it, is extremely difficult. Knowing how and when to help is a tough call, and being there for a depressed loved one can be very stressful. While there aren't easy answers, you can help a suicidal family member if you recognize their risk for suicide, look for warning signs, and support them over time.

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2019-11-18 16:00:00



How to Prepare for a Facial  

Getting a facial is exciting, but it can be intimidating if you don't feel confident about your skin. Many people wonder if you need to cram in some much-needed care for your face before the appointment. Preparing for a facial doesn't have to be complicated though, since many estheticians actually prefer to see your skin exactly as it is on a regular day. Whether it's your first time ever or you're just seeing a new facialist, there are ways to show up ready to every appointment without ...

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2019-11-18 08:00:00



How to Get Over Writer's Block  

Suddenly your thought processes cease. You seem to have lost your concentration. You have no idea what to write. It is scary, especially when you are in the middle of writing a long novel and feel like you've hit a brick wall. Don't worry -- you're not alone. Almost every serious writer has dealt with this problem and has come out stronger on the other side. The following are simple, but not foolproof, ways to overcome writer's block.

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2019-11-18 00:00:00



How to Make Baklava  

If you're tired of buying tiny pieces of expensive baklava, make a pan of it at home. Create a flavorful syrup with your favorite spices and use your choice of nuts to make a rich filling. Then layer sheets of buttered phyllo dough and scatter the filling in the middle. Bake your baklava until it's golden brown and pour the syrup over the hot pastry. Enjoy bites of the baklava whenever you like!

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2019-11-17 16:00:00



How to Fix a Jammed Garbage Disposal  

Garbage disposals are usually an easy fix, but always remember to unplug the unit before attempting to clear a jam. Pressing the overload button underneath the disposal may fix the issue right away. If the blades are still stuck, rotate them with an Allen wrench or a specialty garbage disposal wrench. If the garbage disposal still doesn't work, it's time to call a plumber or replace the unit.

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2019-11-17 08:00:00



How to Open a Small Business  

Once you've decided you want to start a small business, formulated your business plan, lined up financing, and secured a site, the time will finally come to actually open up shop. While planning a business may present challenges, the actual act of opening a business and bringing the business concept to fruition has its own set of difficulties. To have a better chance of long-term success, you need to get your business off to a good start. Here are a few tips on how to legally establish your bu...

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2019-11-17 00:00:00



How to Run in Winter  

Running is a great way to exercise, but it can be a difficult lifestyle to maintain in the winter months. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways for you to safely run outside, even when it gets cold! First, make sure that you're layering your clothing properly whenever you head outdoors. Additionally, take all necessary steps to guarantee your safety while you're out among the elements, like wearing a reflective vest or putting on some sunscreen.

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2019-11-16 16:00:00



How to Create a Budget  

Budgeting money is important for us to be able to meet our expenses whether in the home or business, manage our money, and keep our finances in check. We need to know where our money is going, and put away enough to pay for our monthly bills. It is important for every bit of our income be accounted for, so that we are aware of where we might be spending too much, and where we can cut back so that our most important expenses are covered at the end of the month.

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2019-11-16 08:00:00



How to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle  

You may be familiar with the motto from the environmental movement, "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle." These three actions are focused on reducing waste, whether through the conservation of raw materials and energy, or the reuse and recycling of products. You can do your part in reducing waste by watching what you buy, by supplying your own packaging, and carefully considering what you do with each item you purchase once it is no longer useful to you. There are also simple habits you can develop that wil

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2019-11-16 00:00:00



How to Help Someone with Stress  

Seeing someone you care about struggle with stress can be difficult. If you think a friend or loved one may be stressed out, you can help them cope by offering emotional support. Just being there and listening is often enough to help a stressed person feel better. If they want more practical help, sit down with them and talk about what's causing their stress. Suggest some coping strategies and look for ways to help make their problems more manageable.

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2019-11-15 16:00:00



How to Clean a Refrigerator  

Every so often, a refrigerator needs to be cleaned from the inside out. The shelves have to be washed down from milk spills, and food must be tossed out if it has outlived its shelf life. Though it's not the most pleasant task, knowing how to do it efficiently and effectively will save you plenty of time and hassle.

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2019-11-15 08:00:00



How to Make a Quick Homemade Bread  

Certain meals call for a loaf of fresh bread, but you don't always have time to wait hours on end for it to rise. When you need hearty, fresh bread in under an hour, making this quick recipe won't let you down. This crusty, fragrant bread is the perfect partner for any meal.

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2019-11-15 00:00:00



How to Begin an Essay  

The opening of an essay is very important, as you need to grab the reader's attention. Additionally, you need to set up the rest of the essay in terms of tone and content. There's no "right" way to begin an essay, but good openings share qualities you can use in your own writing. To begin your essay, start by creating a roadmap for what you want to say, then tailor your introduction to fit your essay. To improve your work, use popular essay writing strategies.

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2019-11-14 16:00:00



How to Win at the Game Risk  

Risk is a fun, challenging game, but it can be difficult to win. If you are new to the game, then you may have an even harder time of winning the game. The first thing you should do is make sure that you are familiar with the rules of Risk. For basics of gameplay, see How to Play Risk. After you have mastered the basics, you can also improve your chances of winning by learning more about the strategies involved in Risk and getting lots of practice.

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2019-11-14 08:00:00



How to Deodorize Clothing  

Some odors on clothing can be difficult to remove, not to mention embarrassing. By taking advantage of natural odor neutralizers, or experimenting with specialty detergents, you can find the method that works best for you, and maybe even save money in the process.

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2019-11-14 00:00:00



How to Spread Kindness  

Spreading kindness is beneficial for you and the recipients of your kindness. The happiness we feel from giving and receiving kindness promotes general good health. You can spread kindness in many ways, such as by being friendly and generous, and infusing the world and your community with positivity over the holidays and every day. Giving produces a "ripple" or "domino" effect, which can grow into an entire network of positivity. Although it's helpful when you donate financially or wit...

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2019-11-13 16:00:00



How to Prevent Electrical Shock  

Electrical shock is no laughing matter, as it often results in serious injury and can even be fatal. Educating yourself about avoiding electric shock can help keep you safe and prevent a dangerous accident. This wikiHow will give you tips on preventing electrical shock.

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2019-11-13 08:00:00



How to Teach Your Child to Read  

Teaching a child to read is a fulfilling and educational process, both for the parent and child. Whether you home school your kids or just want to give your child a head-start, you can begin teaching your child to read at home. With the right tools and tactics, your child will be reading in no time.

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2019-11-13 00:00:00



How to Apply for a Grant  

A grant is money that does not need to be repaid given by one party to another. Grants are typically given by a government agency or philanthropic organization to fund specific projects by a nonprofit entity, educational institution, a business or an individual. By locating, applying for and winning relevant grants, you or your organization may get the funding to support your project. Although each grant requires different processes, the sample documents below provide a good overview for the doc

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2019-11-12 16:00:00



How to Get Rid of Burn Scars  

Burn scars are the elevated, fibrous tissue left behind after you've received a serious first- or second-degree burn. If the scar tissue is relatively light, remove it with a moisturizing cream or silicone gel sheets. For scars left by more serious burns, try removing them through massage therapy or, for very deep or large scars, through surgery. In the case of more serious scarring (e.g., from third-degree burns), you won't be able to fully remove the scar from your body, but you may be abl...

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2019-11-12 08:00:00



How to Build a Model Railroad  

Building a model railroad is like creating your own miniature empire. You'll have complete control over the features, enabling you to construct a modern design, a western design, or even one with fantastical elements. Building a railroad involves many skills and will develop your handiness doing things like mechanical and civil engineering, carpentry, electrical wiring, artistry, and more. You'll need to start with a plan to ensure the best results, but once you have one, you can build the found

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2019-11-11 16:00:00



How to Clean Your Room  

Cleaning your room can feel like an overwhelming task, but it is likely a quicker and easier process than you imagine! Play music, write a list, give yourself rewards, and make it into a game to keep yourself motivated. Tackle the big tasks first and then move onto deep-cleaning your room by dusting, wiping and vacuuming all of the surfaces. Before you know it, your room will be sparkling clean.

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2019-11-11 00:00:00



How to Make Vanilla Cupcakes  

Vanilla cupcakes might seem like a simple treat, but homemade vanilla cupcakes are actually a versatile dessert. Mix up an easy vanilla cake batter and divide it between a muffin tin. Bake the perfect cupcakes and cool them completely before you frost them with your favorite buttercream, icing, or mousse. Decide if you'd like to decorate your moist cupcakes with sprinkles, candy, or berries. Your vanilla cupcakes will be a welcome addition to any holiday or event table.

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2019-11-10 16:00:00



How to Put up Shelves  

Mounted shelves free up space by allowing you to store and display items along the walls of your home. They can also make a lovely addition to the room's decor in their own right. Since shelves are intended to bear weight, it's crucial that they be installed correctly. By taking the time to locate the your wall's studs and fastening your shelves securely to supportive brackets, you can ensure that they hold up to years of use.

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2019-11-10 08:00:00



How to Deal with Autumn Leaves  

In many areas, autumn is the time of year when trees and other vegetation shed leaves. While the leaves will eventually decompose if left on the ground, you may want to speed up the process by breaking them down. Or, you may decide to collect the leaves and either recycle or dispose of them. However you decide to deal with your autumn leaves, you can make fall cleanup easier with a plan!

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2019-11-10 00:00:00



How to Clean a Birkenstock Footbed  

Birkenstocks are a trendy yet classic sandal. While they are durable shoes with a strong sole, the footbeds are notorious for their tendency to get dirty and smelly, with well-worn pairs often sporting a grimy imprint of the wearer's sole. It is easy to avoid stains in your Birkenstock footbeds, and there are a number of steps you can take to remove dirt, grime, and smell to get your sandals back in shape.

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2019-11-09 16:00:00



How to Curl Your Hair with a Flat Iron  

Curling hair with a straightener can create full, bouncy curls that won't look like ringlets. It takes a little practice, but once you get the technique down, you will look amazing and practically red-carpet ready. Follow along to learn how to get the beautiful curls you've always wanted – without using a curling iron.

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2019-11-09 08:00:00



How to Curl Your Hair with a Straightener  

Curling hair with a straightener can create full, bouncy curls that won't look like ringlets. It takes a little practice, but once you get the technique down, you will look amazing and practically red-carpet ready. Follow along to learn how to get the beautiful curls you've always wanted – without using a curling iron.

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2019-11-09 08:00:00



How to Enjoy Studying Science  

The sciences are traditionally viewed as a set of difficult subjects for students, but in reality they are widely applicable in daily life and increasingly important for you to understand. Understanding science helps you better understand the world around you, and science may be an important part of your education up through college. Many people even seek out careers in science. Learning scientific concepts through creative, hands-on classroom experiences and at-home experimentation and investig

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2019-11-09 00:00:00



How to Make Cappuccino Foam  

A cappuccino is a coffee drink made with espresso and steamed milk. The most striking thing about this drink is the milk foam on top. A soothing, consistent layer of foam is what sets a great cappuccino apart from lesser drinks. There's a greater part art than science in making the perfect cappuccino. Although it takes time to perfect the timing and method of pouring, having a firm knowledge of the basics will get you on your way towards the ultimate cup.

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2019-11-08 16:00:00



How to Write an Analysis  

An analysis is a piece of writing that looks at some aspect of a document in detail. To write a good analysis, you'll need to ask yourself questions that focus on how and why the document works the way it does. You can start the process by gathering information about the subject of your analysis and defining the questions your analysis will answer. Once you've outlined your main arguments, look for specific evidence to support them. You can then work on putting your analysis together into a ...

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2019-11-08 08:00:00



How to Invest in the Stock Market  

Starting to think about retirement? Wondering how you'll be able to afford to spend your golden years in comfort? Investing in the stock market is one way to increase your wealth and security, but it is not without some serious risks. Follow these tips to get a solid start on your financial future.

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2019-11-08 00:00:00






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