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When you lose a significant amount of weight, a lot more changes than just the numbers on the scale. While the rewards are fantastic, it’s not all roses along the way.
To tip or not to tip? That can be a tough call. Would you tip these people? Or shorten up their bill to make a point?
These bad habits might seem like no big deal, but they can have some pretty serious consequences. Could your guilty pleasure be putting you at risk?
A filthy house is every clean freak’s personal nightmare. Here are all the reactions you have to a home in disarray.
Do you wear your shoes in the house, or leave them at the door? We used to think that a no-shoes in the house rule was just about cultural differences. But these germy statistics are making more people reconsider whether or not guests should be allowed to walk around their home while wearing shoes.
Men and women may get along, but sometimes it really does feel like we’re from different planets. When it comes to these joys and struggles, they come with feelings only women seem to understand.
Did you know that African-Americans use smartphones more than any other group? And now that we finally have black Emojis, we’ll probably never put our cellular devices down. If you know you stay with your phone in hand, here are a few apps that you need to have.
Struggling to fit your diet into your busy day? Eating right and exercising doesn’t have to mean crash diets and hours at the gym. For busy women, losing means finding ways to do it on a busy schedule.
What’s the worst thing about neighbors? Sometimes it feels like there’s too many frustrations to pick from!
There is a negative connotation that people have with talking to themselves. Whenever there’s a problem, people tend to go to others to help figure it out. However, I think that we need to take the negative stigma off of self-conversations and begin asking ourselves questions before we ask other people.
I’m not saying that getting advice from others is wrong. What I’m saying is that by having an open and honest discussion with yourself can help you move closer to a solution, or pinpoint a problem that others might not be privy to.