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Cameron Chase

On an iPhone

Having a messy home screen can bog you down and make it harder to find the things you're looking for, thus decreasing your productivity.

To organize your home screen on an iPhone or iPad, go to your app screen. Then hold your finger down on any app icon until a toolbar appears. Press "edit home screen". The icons will then start to shake, indicating that they can now be moved.

To move an app, press and hold with your finger and drag it to where you want it to go. You can also drag an app on top of another app to group them together. From there, type whatever you'd like the group's name to be (work, games, banking) to organize even further.

You can also delete apps by pressing the "-" symbol in the corner of each app when you're in editing mode. You can purchase or download new apps in the app store.

Swirl your glass

Swirl your glass

One of the easiest ways to aerate your wine is one most wine drinkers do naturally. If you're drinking an older, more mature wine, it will be able to breathe enough with a simple swirl of your glass. Don't let it breathe too much though; older wines only last about an hour with exposure to the air without turning into vinegar. For younger wines, other techniques may be faster and more effective.

Replace alcohol with other enjoyable activities

Instead of grabbing a beer after a long day at work, consider spending some quality time with your family. If you have a hobby such as playing an instrument, painting, a sport – dedicate an hour or more of your time to pursuing them.

As you consistently incorporate these things in your life, you’ll notice how they’re gradually replacing alcohol. You’ll begin to see how large of a social life exists away from alcohol. Over time, you’ll be able to transition into an alcohol-free, fulfilling life. 

Sign off briefly

The sign-off on any emails you send shouldn't be wordy or high maintenance. There are various phrases that are professional and kind enough for the closing of an email. Some examples of effective signature sign-offs are Best, Warmest Regards, and Thank You. Each of these is professional, to the point, but still kind. Different emails may call for a different energy in the sign-off, but always remember to include one as a way of ending your message.

Eat Less Meat

While there are a lot of complicated elements at play when it comes to producing the food we eat every day, eating less meat has been proven to reduce the production of harmful greenhouse gases that affect Earth's atmosphere.Eat Less Meat Cows actually give off methane emissions which are considered harmful to the environment. The production of meat also involves the use of large quantities of feed, water and land. The best diet for the environment is likely the vegan diet.

Pop a pill

A pain reliever such as ibuprofen can stop coughing which keeps your sore throat from healing. Always remember that ibuprofen must necessarily be taken with food. Also, be sure to adhere to the prescribed dosage that generally appears on the rear of the pack.

Drink Lemonade

On a hot summer day when you feel thirsty, nothing can be better than a fresh and chilled lemonade. In a glass of chilled water, squeeze half of a medium-sized lemon. Add a teaspoon of sugar and a pinch of salt to your lemonade and sip on the lemonade. 

Drink Lemonade

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