Most Viewed Posts This Week: February 27 to March 6

This week we learned the basics of hygiene , picked out a few tattoos , put them aside for retirement, and shared some good anecdotes . Here’s a look back.

Hygiene Guide for Adults (For Those Not Taught To Grow)

There are no classrooms that teach you the basics of hygiene as you grow up. Your parents can do whatever they can, but a surprising number of people live to adulthood with gaps in their knowledge. We are here to fill in these gaps.

Decide carefully where to get the tattoo with this pain chart

Tattoos are certainly not for everyone, but if you are considering them, make sure you know what you are getting yourself into. This pain diagram highlights the body parts that can hurt the most when the needle is dropped.

How much of your income can be saved depending on when you want to retire

There is no one size fits all approach to retirement savings. If you want to retire before the traditional retirement age, this Financial Freedom Fund calculator will tell you how much to save.

Five common mistakes people make when telling jokes

When it comes to humor, no one is perfect. Some people just manage to spot a bad joke right away and shut up or gracefully remove their awkward jokes. Here are some common mistakes you can make when it comes to jokes and how to recognize and avoid them.

How to charm someone you’ve never met before

When you meet new people, you want to make a good impression and come across as cute as possible . If you’re struggling with enchanting, here are the most important tips and tricks on how to enchant someone you’ve never met.

Create a new indispensable sandwich seasoning with just two items in the pantry

Q: What seasoning adds spice to any sandwich that only takes 10 minutes to make and which needs the ingredients you already have in your pantry? The answer is one you’ve probably never heard of: mustard sauce!

Top Ten Tips and Tricks for Great Tea

In terms of the popularity of drinks, tea is second only to water – it is so popular that it is consumed no less than coffee, soft drinks and alcohol combined . However, there is always time for the best tea, so here are ten tips and tricks to take your tea to the next level.

How to choose the next Android phone: 2015 edition

Fun fact: There are roughly seven different Android phone models on the planet per person. While this statement is actually not true, it seems close. Since you’ve got things to do, here’s what matters when shopping for a new Android phone.

Eight (S) Exercises to Strengthen Your Bedroom

Whether we want to admit it or not, exercise and sex are inextricably linked. We train to look and feel our best (among other things, of course) in the hope that this will lead to more sex. But you can also exercise to improve sex. With that in mind, here are some exercises to help you get the most out of your bedroom time.

Why you shouldn’t buy organic foods based on the Dirty Dozen list

Switching to organic apples because they top the list of foods with the most pesticides? You can reconsider your opinion. It turns out that “dirty” foods are pretty clean, and organic foods are not free of pesticides anyway.

Best Cuisine and Culinary Shortcuts You Actually Use

From removing pomegranate seeds in 10 seconds to separating egg yolks with a water bottle , there are thousands of ways to save time in the kitchen. But how many of these tips really use? Let’s make a list of the best.

When it makes sense to buy quality, not save money

Being thrifty isn’t just about saving money – it means spending money wisely. It also means that some things may be cheap now, but will actually cost you more in the long run, while in other cases it makes sense to spend more now to get a better and longer experience. Let’s see when it makes sense to spend now to save later.

How to care for aging parents

One day, our parents won’t be able to drive a car, climb stairs, or maybe even change clothes or feed themselves. As painful as the thought of it may be, we need to prepare to help them feel comfortable and safe in the later stages of their lives. Here’s what to consider.


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