While you can live without cable or satellite, you won’t live very long without water.
But don’t think that just because you need water you’re stuck with paying high water bills every month.
Assuming you don’t have a hidden water leak, if you find your water bill going up month after month, there are things you can do to reduce your water consumption (without resorting to bathing once a week).
If you’ve ever had to clean up trash that’s been scattered by some animal – or you’re tired of the smell and visual clutter – you’ve probably wondered if there was an easy way to hide your outdoor trash bin.
Sure, you could hide your trash can(s) in the garage, but who wants to wade through an awful stench just to get to their car?
Research has shown that a lack of sleep can, among other things, impact the immune system and lead to weight gain…and that’s on top of the under-eye circles and sluggishness.
While you can’t add more hours to the day, there are changes you can make to your bedroom to help improve the quality of the sleep you do get.
It’s never the wrong time to start getting organized. No matter what the motivation, bringing order to your life will help facilitate your sense of creativity, relieve feelings of stress and increase your productivity. It is a well known fact that your surroundings go hand-in-hand with your well being. Check out these tips on how to take the plunge into getting organized for the sake of your mental health.
Your regular trip to the gym is probably out of the question right now and if you’re like most people, you probably don’t have a complete gym set up in your home.
So how can you stay on top of your fitness goals until life returns to normal?