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Feb 18

Here Are The Most Dangerous Common Prescription Drugs

While there may remain two fixed camps dividing reliance on pharmaceuticals for health outcomes, those who take meds willingly, and those who will not, it cannot be argued that we are an overmedicated society compared to every other advanced society. Our pharmaceutical industry has an inCREDible amount of power in our country and has no …

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Feb 18

How to Reupholster A Chair 

  Reupholstery is one of those skills that sounds super intimidating, but in reality, is not too difficult a process. It does require a bit of finesse and precision, but a beginner can easily make an old chair into a chic statement piece in no time. Clearly, chair seats are the easiest to do, but …

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Feb 18

How to Grow Dahlias 

Dahlias are really one of my favorite underdog blooms. They are striking and distinct yet somehow, still humble and approachable. (I’m just describing myself right now–haha!) If you’d like to add a splash of color to your garden, adding Dahlias as tubers isn’t all that difficult. The Garden Glove gives a step-by-step on how to …

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Feb 18

11 Ways to Stitch a Wound

  I really had no idea there were so many suturing methods.Apparently, it’s mostly a matter of preference which technique you use, but some stitches are less likely to leave a scar than others. Read the link below for more extensive background and specifics on how to really suture a wound properly if ever you …

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Feb 17

Cool Mason Jar Hack Keeps Produce Fresh For A Week

  This is a really cool use of mason jars to keep your produce fresh for longer. The video gives a step by step tutorial on how to vacuum seal produce to keep it fresh:

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Feb 17

6 Instant Meals-On-The-Go Just Add Boiling Water

Here are 6 nutritious and simple “just add water” meals for backpacking, camping, dorms, travel, office, and emergencies. They all use lightweight dried and freeze-dried ingredients. There are no wet ingredients or heavy cans. These 6 recipes are tried-and-true on the trail. I hope you enjoy them and check out the rest of the website, The Yummy …

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Feb 17

DIY Project: Contemporary Garden Water Feature on a Budget

“Designing a DIY water feature can be a challenge if you are on a tight budget. It can be even more of a challenge if you are looking for a contemporary water feature to fit in with an updated garden space. Here is a great solar powered water feature that combines the beauty of natural …

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Feb 16

How To Make A Diamond Tufted Headboard

This DIY project is one that you have to really want and be committed to for the look! Not the project is terribly difficult, but does seem time-consuming and has a materials list. But the finished product is not only striking but will have saved you a ton of money versus buying an already assembled tufted …

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Feb 16

Essential Oils and Recipes for Anxiety and Depression

rip I happen to be a big fan and believer in essential oils and the different ways they can impact not only your senses, but your health! I use them daily, whether in my vaporizer to help me sleep, as an ingredient in my homemade body butter or as topic first aid, among other things. …

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Feb 16

16 Uses of Sticky Pine Sap for Wilderness Survival and Self-Reliance 

We already know that there are many pine products on the market for cleaning, but the different components of a pine tree can do so much, especially the sap, which is easily harvested. Read on at Survival Sherpa of all the different ways this can come in handy, including first aid, glue, and fire starting: …

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