In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we're sharing the best tips and tricks to ensure that your girls are healthy and happy. Nothing is worse than a complicated outfit or an uncomfortable boobage sitch--which is why we're here to help.
If you're like us, your summer is probably jam packed with outdoor activities. From jogging, swimming, golfing, or simply walking, chances are you're going to sweat. And with skin care, cancer, and anti-aging on everyone's minds you need a sunscreen, a water-resistant sport sunscreen, to handle the summer sun. Luckily you have us, and we've scoured the interwebs, read the reviews and found you the tried-and-true best sport sunscreens.
Showcase your favorite rings, bracelets, necklaces, and more on your very own plaster hand jewelry holder. We'll show you how to make your own!
As if periods weren't bad enough with the bleeding and cramps, now your vagina is sweating, too. Annoying, yes--but is it normal?
What's really in your breakfast cereal?
Look hot and stay cool.
I'm lucky to have mature fruit trees growing in my yard, but the last of my pears have been harvested, my plums have been stewed and frozen, and I realize I'm just two holidays away from winter. I'm dreaming of warm, savory dishes, preferably made with fresh herbs, which means it's time to bring the garden indoors. I like to stick to a few easy-to-grow basics like the ones on the list below, which offers a hierarchy of the easiest herbs to grow indoors organized by difficulty.
Ever catch a whiff of something that's not actually there? Our brains naturally retain scent memories, but sometimes these phantom smells, or phantosmia, can be signs of serious health problems.
If you're sexually active, it's good to have condoms on hand when you need them. Some people may keep condoms in their wallet or even in their shoe. Although you're making the smart choice in wanting to practice safe sex, you also need to be aware of the best and worst places to keep your condoms.