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  • How to make dry to shampoo for sweat head
    How to make dry to shampoo for sweat head
    Although good hygiene is a must there are some days washing your hair is impossible. The kids are crying, you're out of time at the gym, you're late to work, the hot water is out or whatever. These are all good exceptions for not washing...
  • Always look good on long flights when stepping off at your next desitnation
    How to always look good stepping off a plane from a long flight
    Try out these tips and tricks to look your very best before, during, and after a long flight, especially to and from an international destination. You'll find some great ideas to use that will always make you feel brand new while stepping off...
  • Sam Heaton Super Sensitive
    The history behind a fishing pole with tips and techniques from a crappie legend
    When it comes to fishing for and catching crappie not many folks know more than Sam Heaton. After all, he is considered to be the first crappie guide in the country, plying his trade on Weiss Lake in Alabama. Well known for his current position in...
  • mediation
    Five techniques to help you relax
    Relaxation is a natural state, something we should be able to slip into as easily as sleep, but with today's high pressures, demanding society, and addicting technological advances which have managed to become amazing distractions and eat away...
  • Yes Way Rosé
    Thanksgiving Tips from Yes Way Rosé
    New York-based best friends Erica Blumenthal and Nikki Huganir are the duo behind Yes Way Rosé. They have you covered for making Thanksgiving as smooth as possible. For the upcoming holiday, Yes Way Rosé shares their tips and insight for...
  • Life jackets required
    Reminder to PA boaters; life jackets required by law November 1 to April 30
    Pennsylvania boaters are reminded once again that beginning on November 1 all boaters (including waterfowl hunters) in Pennsylvania must wear a life jacket on boats less than 16 feet in length or any canoe or kayak during the cold-water months...
  • Footprints in the sand
    15 Tips for traveling abroad with young children
    Travel with a young child, especially overseas, presents some unique challenges and can be a bit daunting, especially to those unseasoned with the experience. Here are some useful tips and tricks for traveling abroad with kids from a well traveled...
  • Drying yor waders
    Waterfowl hunters can help stop spread of aquatic invaders
    Most people associate the threat of spreading aquatic invasive species (AIS) with activities such as boating and fishing; however, hunters are also at risk of moving aquatic invaders from one water body to another.Aquatic invasive species are non...
  • N.C. State Fair
    State Fair: Got your tips here!
    RALEIGH, N.C. -- The beginning of the end of the year, the slide into Christmas, the real beginning of the fall -- however you think of the North Carolina State Fair, it's here. That 10-day event that defines the season as much as brightly...
  • Discussing death with kids
    Discussing death with kids
    Palm Springs has been hit hard recently with multiple fatalities of young adults in the news. It's difficult to explain to your kids when a relative, friend or pet dies. It's harder to find the words when you're grieving yourself. Here...
  • Avoid injuries
    Cross Training for martial artists
    Whether you're an avid competitor or just a very active martial arts student, cross training is essential for maintaining health and strength. Although it's tempting to stick with what you like to do, our bodies need variety and challenge...
  • 5 Handy Items to Keep in Your Vehicle When Traveling
    5 Handy Items to Keep in Your Vehicle When Traveling
    Every traveler wishes for incident-free trips to see local landmarks, historical sites or geographical wonders. But sometimes emergencies happen and help is not always a simple cell phone call away.No one wants to encounter a problem with their...
  • Tips for tasking
    Train the mind, tips for tasking
    They say that the ladies multitask better than the gentleman. Is this true? Is it possible for the analog male to operate digitally bouncing from one hemisphere of the mind to the other?The left side of the brain is the number crunching accounting...
  • Wasp
    Stinging time is here
    Its Labor Day weekend, summer is winding down and bee and wasp stings are on the rise. Bees and wasps are most active in the late summer and early autumn when a colony is at its peak. Daylight hours are shorter and temperatures begin to get a...
  • Stanford University
    Tips for your child’s college admission interview
    If you are the parent of a high school senior, then this year is all about getting ready for college. Part of the college experience is getting through the college admissions interview and these tips can help. The admissions interview is part of...