|Posted by Renee Reeves on April 10, 2015 at 6:00 PM||comments (1)|
Fruity remedies for your skin and hair
The summer has kicked off and it`s time to rejuvenate your hair and skin to save yourself from heat rashes, acne, frizzy and dry hair.
If going in for expensive treatments at spas and salons are not your thing, here are some seasonal fruits you can use at home to help...Read Full Post »
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Hot Stone Massage
Hot stone massage” is also known as “lava stone massage”, “warm stone massage” or “river rock massage” which is a natural therapy in which stones which gets warm at certain temperature and placed on client’s body to make his/her muscles relax.
The stones uses in th...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Renee Reeves on April 10, 2015 at 5:45 PM||comments (0)|
Clean Your Home
A clean home is comfortable and inviting. Cleanliness and organization make for a relaxing haven and are things to look forward to at the end of the day. Having a neat and orderly home also contributes to a feeling of well-being and an optimistic outlook. Despite all of these benefits of a keeping an orderly home, many feel it is out of reach for them. How to cle...Read Full Post »
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Dietary advice for heart failure
Many people need to work with their GP to find a way of reducing their sodium intake and limiting their fluid intake. They should also try to maintain or increase body weight with high-calorie, nutrient-dense foods and food supplements.
Maintain a healthy diet
It is important to maintain an adequate calo...Read Full Post »
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Natural or home remedies are very popular for various illnesses.
Every region has its own home remedies – some tried and tested, others mere hearsay or experimental, having come down to us over the years from our grandparents’ times.
Being in US, we have alternative cures and home rem...Read Full Post »
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Posted by Good Housekeeping
Young kids love their toys. The presence of toys is one of the key elements that separates a
child's bedroom from an adult's. Given the diversity of sizes and shapes, the amount of small, removable pieces, and frequency of use, it's no wonder that toys are the largest source of clutter in any young child's room.
The first step to getting toys in order is winnowing out broken toys, safety hazards, and th...Read Full Post »
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Posted by Good Housekeeping 08/13/2010
Rather than save up chores, I live by the philosophy "Clean as you go." In fact, I often multitask while I minitask! So the next time you're chatting on the phone or waiting for a TV show to start, look around the room (or check the list on the following pages) and see what quick job you can tackle. That way, the mess won't build up.
Don't stress about the mess! Learn how to keep it clean, room by room.
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|Posted by Renee Reeves on August 13, 2010 at 9:50 PM||comments (0)|
Eleven Baking Soda Uses All Around the HousePosted in Green Cleaning, housekeeping tips tagged baking soda, carpets, dirty diapers, dog odor, hair care,
Everyone knows you can keep your fridge smelling nice and sweet by putting in a box of baking soda. But have you thought of all the other things baking soda can do?
•Closets can easily get a slight musty smell especially if they aren’t well-ventilated. But a...Read Full Post »