Archive for December, 2010

Save The Planet, Change Your Light Bulbs

Friday, December 31st, 2010
Since the introduction in 1879 of a practical light bulb by Thomas Edison, incandescent light bulbs have been the mainstay of our home lighting. They come in many shapes and sizes for a seemingly unlimited range of uses from lighting your pool to giving doctors enough light to perform surgery. The light bulb is a great invention, but it works by using Read The Post [...]

Fat, Fiber, and Weight Control

Friday, December 31st, 2010
Do you know that eating fiber has many health benefits such as lowering the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and better weight control? Fiber contained in whole grain foods, fruits, vegetables, and beans is from where these benefits are derived. Fiber and its associated weight loss benefits are the focus of this article. Fiber, a Carbohydrate? I'm Read The Post [...]

Try Aromatherapy for Healing Dry Skin and Acne

Friday, December 31st, 2010
Understanding how aromatherapy works and the theory behind it is easy to come by. However, knowing how and in what circumstances to use aromatherapy can be a mystery. It's generally known that aromatherapy can be soothing and a "feel good" remedy for the body as a whole. Beyond that, the general population doesn't know how to replace medical remedies Read The Post [...]

The Many Uses Of Electricity In The Home

Friday, December 31st, 2010
Electricity is an invention that has changed the lives of everyone in the world. Starting in the home, electricity has many uses. If one finds that their electricity is not working, then they may want to invest in some lighting parts or lighting supplies to fix their lamps. Lamps are useful because if you have it on then you can see in the dark. Read The Post [...]

Why the Beauty Industry Hates Men – Confessions Of A Secret Men’s Skincare Shopper

Friday, December 31st, 2010
My name is…not important. If my buddies knew about this, I'd never hear the end of it. And the guys at work? Forget it. I'd walk to my desk and find frilly lace…and whatever on my chair. I'd find magazine cut-outs of Eau de Toilette in my briefcase. They'd replace my coffee mug with a dainty sherry glass. I know those guys. They're relentless. Read The Post [...]

Boosting The Safety Of Your Home With Certain Improvements

Friday, December 31st, 2010
Home improvements are exciting and bring a new life to your house. Even the best homes start to feel boring after some time, since you are looking at the same floors and walls day in and day out. While many improvements are made with the intention of updating the look and style of a home, there are many improvements that will also improve the functionality, Read The Post [...]

My Simple Tips on How to Slim Down Easily

Friday, December 31st, 2010
I have read so many magazines and books, watch video programs, listen to the experts talk and so much more on how I can successfully lose weight but none of this actually worked. It is just so easy to read or watch and not do anything at all. It is really different if you put your thoughts and plans into actions than just making your mind work without Read The Post [...]

New Remodeling Trends For 2011

Friday, December 31st, 2010
Interior architecture and design is a continually evolving industry. Just like fashion, we can't help but notice the ever-changing design trends of the season particularly when magazines, newspapers and television shows keep us abreast as to what's hot and what's not from one year to the next. Technological advancements together with popular culture Read The Post [...]

How To Save On Gift Giving With Practical Options

Friday, December 31st, 2010
When times get tough, it may seem wasteful to splurge on unnecessary gifts. If money is tight in your family consider exchanging gifts this year that are more practical. You can help out your relatives and loved ones by giving gifts that will save them money on regular items they need to use everyday. If you know someone who loves to work around the Read The Post [...]

Five Foods That Fight And Relieve Arthritis Pain

Thursday, December 30th, 2010
Inflammation is a natural response by the body when some foreign virus, germ or bacteria enters. It tries to expel or kill the invader by raising temperature or creating inflammation so that more blood reaches the site carrying along the killer cells to handle the foreigners. Once the problem is resolved, inflammation goes away. But for many, inflammation Read The Post [...]