Have you ever been off your feed? If so, you probably felt a little off, even sick. Definitely not hungry. The phrase off your feed was first used in the 1800s by farmers when their animals refused to eat.
The end of the day can get a bit hectic as you scramble to wrap up all the loose ends you need to complete before bedtime. Whether you’ve been at the office, chasing kids all day long or just had “one of those days” the last thing you need is to hassle with your kids over taking a bath.
A big moment is a big deal, whether you’re a seventh-grader trying out for the school soccer team in front of your classmates or a Tenth Circuit judge trying out for a little ol’ promotion in front of the entire Senate Judiciary Committee.
Language is one of the most remarkable characteristics that separates humans from other animals. Despite the many remarkable abilities of non-human animals, and despite the hopes and dreams of many animal lovers, animals do not have language like humans do—but they do have basic ways of communicating with each other, which we’ll explore later in the episode.
Coffee Beans Here’s an ingenious idea for an elegant looking decoration that also smells wonderful! Place coffee beans in votive holders or small bowls, then add tea light candles.
Bubble Wrap Have leftover bubble wrap? Use it to line your vegetable drawers! It allows cold air to circulate underneath your veggies (keeping them fresher), and if the drawer gets dirty, you can simply throw away the wrap and start over.
Here’s another reason why I’m not a big fan of antibiotics (unless they are absolutely necessary, of course) – Methicillin Resistant Staph Aureus (MRSA). Taking too many antibiotics can make everyday bacteria that lives in our bodies very resistant to treatment. Everyone should learn about MRSA, and if you don’t know what it is, then turn up the volume!
When Your Vacuum Stops Sucking Your DustBuster doesn’t seem to be busting dust as well as it used to.
Honey Make a cold sore a thing of the past with honey! Just dab unpasteurized honey on the spot three times a day, and its antioxidants and enzymes will decrease inflammation and allow it to heal faster.
Aluminum Here’s a great cleaner for aluminum. Sprinkle cream of tartar on a wedge of lemon and rub it into the surface.
Using Salt If you spill any liquid on your carpet, pour salt on the area as soon as possible and watch it absorb the liquid almost instantly.
Investing for the future is one of the most powerful ways to create security, feel in control of your money, and reduce financial stress.
Ely writes: “Ever since my wife heard your episode on the benefits of protein for preventing muscle loss as you get older, she’s eating more eggs, meat, and fish, especially at breakfast and lunch.
This episode is part of a special series with author Peter Gethers, best-selling author, publisher, and screenwriter.
Listener Stacy writes in: How do you track something going forward? For example, “next time I go for an oil change make sure to ask about discounts on a lifetime supply of paisley-colored motor oil.” I don’t have an exact date for the event nor do I have a “to ask mechanic” page in my planner.
In the recent past, the World Health Organization linked asbestos to 107,000 lost lives worldwide in a single year.
If you read my article "How To Get a Strong & Shredded Body With Just Two Gymnastics-Style Workouts Per Week." or you saw my Get-Fit Guy article “How To Get The Body Of A Gymnast” then you know that for most of this past winter and "off-season" I've been implementing a unique mash-up of gymnastics and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) to unlock a potent combination of strength, cardio, bulging biceps, rippling abs and beyond.
Stress Awareness Month has been held every April since 1992 to increase awareness about the causes and cures of this modern phenomenon.
Here are 9 surprising yet helpful ways to treat a cut. Keeping Finger Bandages Dry You put a Band-Aid on your finger to cover up a scratch, but you still have to go through your day full of hand-washing, child-bathing, and dishes-doing.
Blow First Here’s one quick trick when you have a nosebleed: Before you start treating it or applying pressure, blow your nose, hard, to blast out any blood clots.