Proponents of juicing say it’s a great way to stuff more vitamins and phytonutrients into your diet. Fruit juice has also been criticized as a sugary, fiberless drink no better for you than cola.
It happens to the best of us—one of our coworkers accomplishes something great, and even though we should be happy for their success, we can’t help but wish we were in their shoes. What do you do when you feel envious of others at work? This post originally appeared on the Sandglaz blog.
Sometimes it seems the only exercise options for pregnant women are easy swimming, gentle yoga, and walking carefully in a field of pillows. But if you’re not satisfied with those, you’re in luck: many activities are safer in pregnancy than bystanders and even your doctor may realize.
We already know that dryer sheets can help repel dust. But for a cheap, more versatile solution, use a DIY fabric softener solution and just spray. Just like fabric softener sheets create a barrier for dust, their liquid counterpart will do the trick, too. Reader’s Digest suggests:
When you’re on a diet, it’s not a question of “if” but “when” you’ll be hungry. Here are some ways to keep hunger at bay and continue your progress. Before anything else, make sure you’ve covered the basics. First, you shouldn’t feel hungry at the very start of a well-designed diet.