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Ramona Terry

Be a Gentleman

Women fall for gentlemen hands down. The man who holds the door for her pulls out a chair for her, and offers his help to change the car tire is the one she adores. These small habits and the way you treat women around you matter because women notice them and appreciate them in men. When she goes out with you, open the car door for her, pull the chair for her and escort her to her car. 

Be a Gentleman

Practice self-care

There are a number of effective self-care strategies that you can learn online. The most popular self-care technique is meditation, but you can choose anything else that floats your boat. There are apps that act as self-care guides, too. Try to identify strategies that you believe will bring balance and mindfulness to your life.

Practice self-care

Breaking a long-term habit can feel daunting. Some days, your spirits may run high. While on some days, you might like caving in. It’s best to prepare beforehand for such instances. Sharing your thoughts with a friend or a coach is a good way to deal with the issue, but don’t underestimate what you yourself can do to remedy the situation. It’s important that you be kind to yourself during tough times, and have some self-care strategies at your disposal for when you need it.

Be Honest

Don’t make excuses or lie to your partner. Tell them exactly what the problem is. Be polite when expressing yourself. If you want to break up with a person because they make less money or are unattractive, avoid saying ‘You are poor’ and ‘You are ugly’. 

You don’t want to scar this person for their entire life, you just don’t want to be with them. Express yourself and explain how you can be a better person without them and live happily. 

Take care of your body

There is no one thing you can do to boost your immune system, as it is just that - a system. So to keep your body's systems functioning properly, you must eat a healthy diet of at least three servings of fruit and vegetables per day, and exercise at least 30 minutes a day.

Try to refrain from things such as smoking and excessive drinking, as that can weaken your body's systems and make it harder for your body to fight off disease.

Utilize the Under-Bed Space

Under-bed space can be used in so many ways. To hide the dirty clothes, extra sheets, shoes, and bags that you don’t have space for. Find large baskets that you can fit below your bed and stock all the clutter in these baskets. Make sure to organize the baskets from time to time to keep your room organized.

Radiant heat systems

You can install a radiant heating system under the garage floor or as panels in the garage’s walls or ceiling. Instead of using the air in the room, the system uses infrared radiation to heat a surface itself. There are several types of floor as well as wall or ceiling radiant heat systems, so be sure to do your homework before you choose one for yourself.

Make a drip cake

If you've already mastered the basics of assembling and frosting a cake, then you're ready to move onto the real decorating. Drip cakes have become very popular these days, as they're beautiful and fairly easy to do.

Make a drip cake

Start with an already frosted cake. This can be one you've already made, or one you've bought at the store. Any cake will do as long as its edges run straight downwards.

Take a squeeze bottle and fill with any edible thick liquid of your choosing. Many people use melted chocolate ganache (equal parts chocolate and cream melted together). It's thick enough to drip but not thin enough to ooze everywhere. As a bonus, it's delicious, so ganache is a great place to start.

Starting at the top, run your squeeze bottle's nozzle around the circumference of the cake, turning the cake as you go. Let the chocolate drip down at intervals while you're distributing the chocolate, how far or close they are to each other is entirely up to you.

Once done, squeeze chocolate around the top of your cake and smooth into an even layer.

Then you're done! Decorate with chocolate, sprinkles, or fresh fruit as desired.

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