Did you know that onions have a multitude of uses away from the dining room table? Onions can be used for removing rust, deodorizing unpleasant smells, training pets, reviving the unconscious and improving vision.
You want to stop that nasty habit of putting off projects and tasks until you don’t have nearly enough time to do them well? Engage these six effective habits of beating procrastination.
Advice that every owner of a pressure cooker needs to know to get the most from their appliance.
Job interviews are tough. This is doubly so if you are shy. Here are some pieces of advice on how you can still succeed in a job interview even if you are shy.
Looking for advice on how to fit your great big life into the constricted confines of a studio apartment? Learn the tricks of the trade from those who have gone before you.
Your kitchen is filled with everyday items that you can be put to quite practical, if unintended, use in other rooms of the house.
Discover ways to use potatoes to clean shoes, heal itchy skin, darken hair, remove broken glass, fix dinner disasters and even help decorate your house.
The digital age of photography has made all those little plastic film canisters obsolete. At least to store your photographs. But you can put all those old containers to use everywhere from the kitchen to the office to school.
Erasers are for more much more than correcting writing mistakes. You can put erasers to effective use beneath tables, behind picture frames, on surfaces of newly purchased products, on both computer and piano keyboards and on your work desk.
A good project manager knows the strengths and weaknesses of all the resources at his disposal. Assessment includes not only recognizing the working skills of employees, but also being intuitive enough to figure in how their personality will affect those skills.