Sunglasses: The Best Eye Health Accessory

Posted on: 9 June 2016

Many people choose their sunglasses for appearance's sake, and many models are fun and funky. Everyone wants their sunglasses to be a fashion accessory, but the primary concern when choosing your "shades" should be eye health. Fortunately, you don't have to spend much money to get the appropriate level of protection. You do need to look for certain features when you shop for your sunglasses. UV Protection Your eyes can handle some UV rays without being damaged, but the period of exposure should be brief.
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Summer Is Almost Here: 5 Tips For Staying Fashionably Cool

Posted on: 17 May 2016

Summer is almost here, which means your wardrobe is going to need to change with the temperatures. If can be difficult to look fashionable when you're sweating up a storm. Luckily, there are some simple ways for you to stay fashionably cool even during the hottest part of the summer. Here are four fashionably cool ways to avoid sweating. Keep it Loose Summer is the best time of year to set your fashion sense loose.
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Green Up Your Laundromat Trips With These 3 Tips

Posted on: 19 January 2016

When you don't have a washer or dryer at home, you have limited choices about how to do your laundry. Unless you want to hand wash everything, you're stuck with the machines at one of your local laundromats, which may or may not be as environmentally friendly as you would like. However, just because you don't have your own machines doesn't mean that you can't take steps to give your laundry routine an eco-friendly boost.
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6 Laundry Mistakes You Need To Avoid

Posted on: 7 January 2016

Doing your laundry seems like a simple enough task, especially if you have been doing it for many years. However, you can still unknowingly make slip-ups that can potentially ruin your clothes. Here are six common laundry mistakes you need to avoid making: Leaving Zippers Open Do you remember to close the zippers on your clothes before throwing them in the washing machine? If you leave the zippers open, they could tear your clothing and even scratch the washing machine.
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