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Debunking Some Common Misconceptions about Simple Living

People adhere to certain lifestyles that fit their personalities. One of them is simple living or the minimalist lifestyle. In a nutshell, it means putting quality over quantity. Some people shun away from this idea because of the misconceptions surrounding it. What are some of these myths? Myth 1: Simple Living Advocates a Hermit Life

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Four Amazing Cities for Creatives to Move to After the Pandemic

There has been news of Americans wanting to move out of the country to escape the pandemic. Although that doesn’t sound like a good idea at the moment, you can still look forward to moving out when the pandemic is over. If you’re a creative looking for a city that not only fits your lifestyle

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The Economical Life of the Urban Biker

Some people in the city are now switching from cars to motorcycles, and there are a few reasons why. For one, it is more affordable than a car. Visit a dealer, and you will find that the payment terms are lighter. With a little patience, you may even get to afford to pay it in

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Signs It’s Time to Move Out of The City

City life can be exciting and rewarding. Big cities like Sydney usually have everything that you could want. But it can also be very draining. Many aspects of city life can try the patience of a saint. If you end another day looking up at the ceiling of your apartment, feeling exhausted, it might be

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Helping Your Pre-teen Child Cope with Braces

As a parent, it can be grueling to see your child in pain and discomfort after they get braces. And for many kids, the adjustment period is the hardest part of all. Before you take your child to the orthodontist and periodontist, learn how you can help your child cope when they finally get their

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Sports That Showcase Speed and Power

For many, the measure of a person’s fitness lies in their physical abilities. If they are able to display their strength and endurance in an activity, they are considered to be at the prime of their health. There are many sports that can take advantage of this trait, chief among them weightlifting. The whole muscular

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Three Ways People with Disabilities Can Stay Active

Having limited mobility does not mean that you can’t exercise. In fact, you can still play sports and stay active, whether you’re in a wheelchair or crutches. Physical activities provide several benefits. It can help you form social ties. It can be a new healthy habit that you enjoy doing. It can also help improve

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MRI Scan: Explaining it in a Way That Kids Can Easily Understand

When the doctor says someone has to get an MRI scan, a lot of people would immediately give you certain looks of concern. Is MRI really that serious? Or maybe people just don’t understand what an MRI is all about and how it works. So if you’re scheduled for a private MRI scan soon and you’re worried

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Keeping Your Digestive System Healthy

We often assume that gastrointestinal problems are perfectly normal, but they’re an indicator that there’s something wrong with your digestion. Your digestive system is responsible for breaking down the food you eat into vitamin and mineral components your body uses to sustain life function. If you eat or drink something bad, your body sends warning

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How to Make Your House Easier to Clean

Why spend the whole weekend cleaning the house when you could be spending that time doing something more fun? When it comes to keeping your home clean, work smarter, not harder. Use these strategies to make your home easier to clean and keep it that way. 1. Declare a ‘shoes-off’ policy The less dirt that

What Part of Your Home Is Susceptible to Storm Damage?

If you’ve been through the midwest and the southern parts of the United States, it’s mostly flat land. These plains are prime places to settle down, especially for those working in the agricultural industry. However, homes in flat topographical landscapes are also susceptible to storms, heavy rain, and high winds. That is especially true for

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Sneaky Ways Your Bed Affects Your Sleep

We don’t really think too much about our mattress, despite spending a massive portion of our lives on it. Americans get nearly 7 hours of sleep daily – that’s almost one-third of your entire day. If you think about it, our mattress is no less important than the food we eat or the car we

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Some Old-World Charm: The Basics of Shabby Chic

When it comes to home design, many are drawn into the perfect balance of elegance, warmth, comfort, and some old-world charm. The eclectic design may come into mind, but there’s one thing that stands out and endures the passage of time. That is the shabby chic design. You might have already heard of it, but

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Debunking Some Common Misconceptions about Simple Living

People adhere to certain lifestyles that fit their personalities. One of them is simple living or the minimalist lifestyle. In a nutshell, it means putting quality over quantity. Some people shun away from this idea because of the misconceptions surrounding it. What are some of these myths? Myth 1: Simple Living Advocates a Hermit Life

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Can You Wear Your Ski Pants to the Office?

If you haven’t watched some ski champions walk their very own runway, aka the slope, you should educate yourself right now. Ski pants no longer look the way they did 10 years ago when they’re all insulated goodness with nary a thought to being fashion-forward. Today, these pants come in full function and fashionable prints

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Telling Signs of Owning Too Many Items in Your Household

Items are necessary for our daily lives, but our homes can only house so many. We can only use so much, too. That is why we should keep the number of objects in our household in check. When you see these signs in your home, then you might want to start getting rid of some

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