If you’re like me, mornings require a mug (or two) of coffee. While it’s up in the air whether or not the habit is good for health, it’s pretty certain that drinking dark liquid doesn’t do much for your looks. In fact, when it comes to teeth, a cup of joe may be your pearly whites’ worst enemy.
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I’m not a cook. Don’t get me wrong, I make plenty of healthy and tasty meals for my family, but I don’t particularly get fancy with seasonings and spices in my pantry. I’m more of a back to basics, enjoy the natural flavor of the food type of Bombshell. That’s not to say I don’t enjoy the talents of others, I just don’t have the knack myself. What I am fabulous at, though, is discovering completely out-of-the-box ideas on how I can use all of those exotic herbs, savory seeds and spectacular spices.
Q: How do you keep stains and smells out of your workout clothes?
Amy Marsh answers
A: If you can’t remember the last time you saw the bottom of your laundry basket, you aren’t alone. As athletes we deal with sour-smelling clothes every day, so we’re constantly washing our mile-high loads. The worst part is sweat can soak into your clothes and even remain smelly after washing (gross, right?). Don’t give up and go shopping for all new gear just yet. Our pro tips will help you get rid of those nasty odors.
Tired of lugging that jug of laundry soap home from the grocery store? In addition to being a cumbersome, expensive purchase, conventional laundry soap typically contains a number of chemical ingredients that can seep into your skin and the local water supply.
Keep your clothes (and your conscience) clean by making your own natural laundry soap – we promise it’s easy!
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