- Packing tape as a duster.
- Polymer-based car wax to prevent toilet-bowl stains.
- Clean marks on upholstery with shaving cream.
- Get rid of crayon marks on your walls with toothpaste.
- Clean your mattress with a spritz of vodka.
If you are trying to eat healthier, cruciferous vegetables like broccoli should be at the very top of your grocery list. But how sure are you that you’re cooking them right?
There are four ways of preparing broccoli (you could use asparagus, green beans, or even sliced zucchini if you prefer). Each method uses the exact same ingredients, so you can really see the differences among them.
Grab a pen and paper or might as well save this for future reference.
HANDS-ON TIME: 45 MINUTES | TOTAL TIME: 45 MINUTES | MAKES 6 SERVINGS
Wash your hands with soap and water, then gather all your equipment and ingredients and put them on a counter.
Cut the stalks from the broccoli, and cut the florets into bite-size pieces.
Use the vegetable peeler to remove some of the tough outer peel from the stalks, then cut the skinny stalks into 2-inch pieces and cut the thick stalks into thin (1/4-inch) slices.
You don’t need to go to the gym and put too much pressure on yourself to do some work out routines just to get significant health improvement.
Simply walk! Walk! And Walk! Yes… you read that right!
Many of us have underestimated the power of walking in our daily lives. What we don’t realize is it is the easiest yet effective way in keeping your mind and body healthy.
Below are just a few of the benefits of daily walking:
Walking between 7500 and 10000 steps a day is one of the keys of fitness.
Now that you have a glimpse of reasons to walk more, why not encourage the whole family?