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Laurel Wade

Organize Everything

Before you start painting a room, visualize the finished project. Think of everything you might need. You don’t have to paint all four walls the same color. If you like to have an accent wall, choose a different color for the accent wall. The accent wall can be a plain one-color wall or have a print or image. You can also use wallpaper or mural for the accent wall if you like. Find the right tools and gather all your supplies in one place. On the day you plan to paint put on an old T-shirt (and trousers if required) before you start.

Organize Everything

Bend Knees when Sitting Down

When you’re about to sit, bend your knees instead of your back to avoid the pain. Keep your back straight and your chin up, slowly stoop and kneel to sit on a chair. When you can feel the chair against your hips, relax your back against the chair and use support.


Any activity that gets your heart rate up can be a viable way to induce labor. If you are trying to hurry your baby along, try taking a long walk or doing gentle exercises. Even if the exercise does nothing to induce your labor, it is still a great way to relieve stress and get your body moving. It can also help to prepare your body for when your labor does start.

Clean Dirty Hair

When washing your hair, it is vital to clean the scalp too. Oil and dirt on the scalp can be a reason for bad smell. Start with the scalp every time you shampoo and work your way to the ends. Don’t apply all your shampoo at one spot, distribute it all over the scalp, and work with smaller hair sections.

Massage the shampoo gently with your fingers and create lather. The lather helps capture oils and dead skin cells from the scalp. The shampoo should form enough lather to cover the scalp and hair, if the lather is not enough, use more shampoo.

Do Yoga

Yoga is great for fixing your posture, as it is low-impact, and stretches your body while also strengthening it. Here are two stretches that can help to improve posture and back health:

Child's Pose

Child's pose is a great starter position. After years of slouching, your spine naturally wants to compress, so standing up straight will be that much harder. Child's pose will stretch and strengthen the spine.

To do child's pose, sit on your knees and lower your palms down in front of you. Slowly move your hands and torso forwards to give your spine and shoulders a stretch. Lay for at least twenty seconds.

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Another great position for spinal health is the cobra. Cobra is great for the spine, as it gives a deep stretch while opening up the chest and lungs. It can help to ameliorate years of damage done by slouching.

To do cobra, lie on your front with your hands on the ground by your shoulders, and slowly press down into the ground as you lift your chest up. Hold position and breathe deeply.

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Drink Lesss Alcohol

To lose weight, you simply have to consume fewer calories, but that can be difficult when the feeling of hunger begins to appear. A good plan of attack? Get rid of empty calories that don't serve your goals so you can make more room for foods that do. This includes all sugary drinks, like sodas, but alcohol is very important.

Use acetone

If you have some nail polish remover lying around the house, go grab it because it most likely has acetone in it and can be used to erase the stubborn ink from your paper.

To remove the ink, dip a cotton swab into the nail polish remover, and gently rub it over the ink you want to get rid of.

This simple trick works best with blue-colored ballpoint pen ink. 

Big Dots

As a beginner, it can be difficult to splatter paint with a brush because you might add a glop. You need a more manageable approach for splattering paint. Use a large dropper to create dots and lines. The dropper will be mostly under your control and the chances of spilling too much will be highly reduced.

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