Summer Grill Safety Moms
Moms

Summer Grill Safety

Moms

It's easy to get caught up in the fun of a cookout. But don't forget about the little ones as…

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Marinated Beef Skewers Food & Recipes
Food & Recipes

Marinated Beef Skewers

Food & Recipes

Steak out your signature barbecue dish with these perfectly marinated beef bites. They're a thrill from the grill!

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Food Safety 101 Quiz Central
Quiz Central

Food Safety 101

Quiz Central

If you're preparing an outdoor feast, then it's important to keep your dishes safe and free from food borne illness.

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Clean Up Your Outdoor Act! Diet & Fitness
Diet & Fitness

Clean Up Your Outdoor Act!

Diet & Fitness

Cabin fever is real, so if you're sick of spring cleaning indoors, why not take your efforts outside? It's good…

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Do You Have Toxic Friends? Love & Relationships
Love & Relationships

Do You Have Toxic Friends?

Love & Relationships

Ending any relationship stinks, but it's particularly tough to know when to end it with a friend. Here are the…

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Working Your Warm-Weather Office Look Style & Beauty
Style & Beauty

Working Your Warm-Weather Office Look

Style & Beauty

As the weather gets warmer, so might your workplace. Here's how to adjust your professional wardrobe when it starts getting…

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The Answer Is Blowing in the Wind New Age
New Age

The Answer Is Blowing in the Wind

New Age

Wind chimes are a relaxing aspect of the outdoors. But do you know how they relate to the ancient art…

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Taking Care of Delicate Eye Skin

The skin around your eyes is some of the most fragile and delicate on your entire body. It's also an area with high visibility, so you want it to look and feel as good as possible. Not taking care of the skin around your eyes can result in crow's feet, puffy eyes and dark circles, among other problems. So give your eyes a little TLC with a few simple tips. First, be careful how you touch the skin around your eyes. Many makeup artists recommend a very light touch, using only your pinky or ring finger as you apply makeup, moisturizer or any other product that goes around your eyes. These tend to be the weakest fingers, exerting the least pressure on that delicate skin. Try tapping on products instead of rubbing, and move your fingers in an upward motion instead of downward, which can encourage wrinkles. To keep your eye skin healthy, get plenty of sleep and avoid excess salt in your diet, which can cause puffiness. After a long night, perk up tired, puffy eyes by putting a spoon in the freezer for 5-10 minutes. Lay the spoon over each eye for a few minutes to reduce swelling.