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How to Use Life Hack

How to Use Life Hack

s Life hacks are quick, relatively easy, and usually fun things that save a bit of time or make your life a little easier. Try some simple hacks when you’re cooking, cleaning, taking care of the kids, or even just relaxing on the beach. You can find endless lists of life hacks online, but always use your best judgment as to whether a hack is both useful and safe. [Edit]Steps [Edit]Cooking and Food Prep Hacks Lay a wooden spoon over the top of a pot to prevent a boil-over. The foaming bubbles created by boiling water are filled with steam....

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Disclaimer: This post discusses weight gain and loss, body image, and other diet/fitness related issues so if you’re someone who is sensitive to this type of content just look at the photos or skip altogether.

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Disclaimer: This post discusses weight gain and loss, body image, and other diet/fitness related issues so if you’re someone who is sensitive to this type of content just look at the photos or skip altogether.

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post over on my blog about how 2020 was a rough year on my body but I was ready to get back in the game fitness-wise. This was in the first few days of the year when my dry January was in full swing, I was working out every morning, and I was eating really well… Cut to the next week when an unprecedented wind storm whipped through my town, toppling tons of trees in my yard, smashing tons of houses, and cutting the power out for more than a week. I spent...

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This fresh, homemade pizza is topped with courgette noodles, rocket and soft goat cheese.

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This fresh, homemade pizza is topped with courgette noodles, rocket and soft goat cheese.

Recipe and words: Michael Van de Elzen Serves: 8 Time: 1 hour This pizza reminds me of the old school deep-pan pizzas. I cook them in a shallow pizza tray, but feel free to use a frying pan. Try adding a little more oil around the edge while cooking for an extra-crispy crust. Dough prep time: 40 minutes INGREDIENTS 200ml warm water 10g dried yeast 9g sugar 115g wholemeal flour 250g high-grade flour 12g salt 20ml oil METHOD 1. Place the warm water in a small bowl and crumble the yeast into it. Add the sugar and leave to ferment...

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There are plenty of ways you can get stuck while on the road – from being stuck in the mud, a vehicle that has slid off the road and down a bank, a vehicle stuck in a snow bank and the most common, probably – stuck in the sand! These will quickly...

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There are plenty of ways you can get stuck while on the road – from being stuck in the mud, a vehicle that has slid off the road and down a bank, a vehicle stuck in a snow bank and the most common, probably – stuck in the sand! These will quickly...

There are plenty of ways you can get stuck while on the road – from being stuck in the mud, a vehicle that has slid off the road and down a bank, a vehicle stuck in a snow bank and the most common, probably – stuck in the sand! These will quickly put a road trip or even worse, an evacuation, to an end. Getting a vehicle out of the mud quickly can be tricky depending on the angle. Often, vehicles veer too close to the edge of the road and the muddy bank gives way and they slide down...

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Recipe Friday: Bread with a Side of Cinnamon Roll

Recipe Friday: Bread with a Side of Cinnamon Roll

s Prep Time: 20 min + overnight Cook Time: 20 – 35 min Although this can be made all at once, instead of fermenting, this recipe is best if the dough is allowed to ferment, as described in the instructions, for 8 hours or overnight. This recipe makes one loaf of bread and 7 – 9 cinnamon rolls (depending on how thick you cut them). After the overnight fermenting, allow three hours from adding the next-morning ingredients to taking them out of the oven. Yield: 1 loaf and 8 rolls Ingredients:             The first day: 4 tablespoons flaxseed 4 tablespoons...

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