Chelsea Attempts to Educate
Too many life hack blogs are about dumb DIY projects that ultimately make you look like your parents just sent you to camp and they ran out of uncooked macaroni. Here are just some things I have learned throughout the years. I am often branded a know it all but I promise I did not come up with these things myself. I have simply just stored in my memory all the things anyone has ever told me is important. These things range from tangible to emotional, I hope they are of service to some. I figured this topic would be interesting for you my fellow mow, since it has popped up on the podcast list more than once!
1. Always wash your face more than once. My dermatologist once told me that the first wash is to get all the gunk clogging your pores but the second wash cleans out all the stuff inside of your little tiny face holes.
2. To save tupperware from unsightly stains spray them with cooking spray first. Courtesy of my step-dad
3. If you can count your good friends on one hand you are doing better than most. Courtesy of my mom
4. Moving sucks, and on one will ever help you unless you have already helped them. Courtesy of my dad
5. Never say “that was my fault” at the scene of an accident. Courtesy of Wawanessa Insurance
6. If your only reason for not doing something is because of how other people would react, you do not have a good reason. Personal experience
7. If you stink up a bathroom at a party fill the toilet with hand soap or shampoo if its available, it works magic. If you are increasingly desperate run the sink with warm water and do the same thing. Regrettably Personal experience
8. If you are extra stinky or want to keep smelling nice all day long put lotion on your hair. I have found that the lotion scent lingers longer than perfume.
9. To avoid cavities take your tooth brush and and dip it in mouthwash after your normal brush, this allows for the antiseptic to rub into those crevices. Also don’t drink anything for 30 minutes after. Courtesy of my Dental Hygenist
10. Going Camping? Bring baby wipes. It is also a useful way to take a quick bird bath in the wilderness.
11. If you have thin/short nails put neosporin on your cuticle line, it is magic. Courtesy of a Family Friend
12. Need to save money? Tithe to yourself, take 10% out of every paycheck and put it into your savings. Also a great way to be a millionaire before you retire. Courtesy of a youth conference from when I was 15.
13. Always clarify to your friends if you want advice or if you want to vent. It saves a lot of time and frustration.
14. Keep an old phone in your glove box. Even unactivated phones can call 911.
15. Leg cramps after working out? A lot of time tis can be from an ineffective cool down, make sure to take at least five minutes of light walking followed by stretching after a work out.
16. 3500 calories in one pound. Simply an important thing to know for us trying to lose weight.
17. Always have tissues. Always. Courtesy of the other mow, Ms. Mern
19. Never ask a question you do not want to know the answer to. Constantly said by my dad
20. Antibiotics have an experiation date. Some can be toxic after they have expired. Courtesy of my nurse friend
21. Only use web md. if you want to scare yourself.
I feel like 21 is a good number to end on! I hope you enjoyed this even if it was repetitive! That is all from this mow this week! Any additions? Comment!