Housework is a domestic bane, utterly tedious and urgent at the same time. But on a regular day, it doesn’t really have to be so difficult. Like in most things, it’s not about doing more housework (or avoiding doing household chores,) but doing them smarter.
It’s easy to imagine being outdoorsy when you think of crisp Sunday mornings to hike or dappled sunny afternoons exploring a forest. But when you want to catch a mountaintop sunrise or catch falling stars from the beach, you might think twice because of the inconvenience and even the dangers of the night.
No longer in the monopoly of restaurant kitchen or hardcore iron chefs, sous vide is a cooking technique that you can now try at home. Imagine delicious, tender meat, fish, chicken even vegetables cooked perfectly to the right temperature every single time! And now that the school year has started, you can still have great dishes even with busier days.
Begin with the most essential piece of keeping allergies at bay—the air purifier. It’s not only about sweet-smelling rooms, but the fresh scent of cleanliness. Your essential oil burners will not work as well, unless you make sure to filter the air first.
With the heat index hitting the 40s (that’s hotter than a human being!), keeping cool is extremely important, especially when you’re going on family outings or road trips with your friends. But with all the anticipated fun and activity, it’s easy to miss the simple signs that you might be overheating. Like the way you would watch a meter on your car, you can watch out for subtle signs about your own water levels. 1. A HEADACHE IS RARELY JUST A HEADACHE A headache could be because of many things, but in this heat, you might find that drinking a...