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Home-Cleaning-Safer-for-Seniors

While there are some senior individuals who enlist the help of professional cleaners, others may prefer to keep busy by cleaning their own homes. Of course, as people age, there are certain cleaning tasks that should be left to a professional or someone more agile for the sole reason of potentially injuring one’s self. On the other hand, simple house cleaning tips for seniors can be cautiously done by seniors cautiously to avoid any mishaps. Here are some useful tips to make cleaning safer for seniors: 1. Sit... read more

10-Packing-Tips-to-Make-Family-Travel-Easier

When you’re planning to travel with your family, things can get overwhelming and chaotic. Use this free printable family vacation packing list, and you will not forget anything that is needed, nor will you have an unorganized suitcase. If you’re traveling by air: Liquid Rules: 3-1-1 for Carry-Ons The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has introduced the 3-1-1 rule for carry-on luggage. According to the standard, you can carry only 3.4-ounce (100 milliliters) bottles or less by volume, of liquids and they should be enclosed in 1 quart-sized, clear,... read more

Reducing-Sugar-Cravings-6-Ways-to-Control-Your-Sweet-Tooth

Overeating sugar is one of the worst things you can do to your body. It can have many adverse effects on your health. It has been shown to contribute to obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, cancer and tooth decay. Yes, sugar is naturally found in foods like vegetables and fruits, but these foods have little effect on your blood sugar and are necessary for a healthy diet. They also contain lots of healthy vitamins and minerals. The danger is from added sugars in processed foods. Why do... read more

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