If you are a blogger, writer, marketing agent, brand rep, or influencer, you know the importance of having an active presence on social media. Apps and online tools such as Viraltag make that job a little easier, allowing you to schedule your social media posts in advance with high quality content that your audience will enjoy and relate to.
Don't have time to iron your shirt? Here's a quick, hands-free tip to de-wrinkling clothing if your hands are full with getting kids out the door.
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You may have seen Christmas light plug protectors for sale for about $5 each. We easily made our own with one simple material — strips of waterproof tape!
Parenting may seem easy from the outside looking in, but there are a number of issues that arise along the way and make things much harder than they have to be. One of them is the finances – children have many needs you might not have even thought about earlier. So, be sure to live frugally and always check for coupons at such sites as Discountrue.com that will help you get discounts in all your favorite shops including Sears or Kohl's. Other than that, there are a number of other parenting hacks, some of which are much less obvious. Let's take a closer look at these tricks and how they can make a parent's life simpler!
Make use of the remnants of your herb garden with these homemade herb starters, which you can use throughout the fall and winter. Herb starters are easy to throw into a pan along with a little salt and pepper to season meat, fish or potatoes. You can make herb starters in batches and freeze them to use as needed. Herb starters are also a good way to store leftover fresh herbs purchased from the store so they won't go to waste.
My daughter love mangos, and they are pretty healthy for a snack (only has natural sugars). They are also really easy to cut in just a few steps, despite the pit in the center. Mangos are very low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium. They're a good source of fiber and Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin C.
Extend the life of your strawberries with this simple berry wash. No one likes discovering a box of strawberries has already gotten soft and moldy. Mold is an easy problem to prevent by rinsing berries with just a few simple ingredients that help keep them fresh longer. This also works on raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries!